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张中华   社会科学文献出版社  2020-07 出版
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近年来,人本主义与行为主义的“微区位”已成为多学科交叉的研究领域。微区位所涉及的“区位感知”“区位行为”“区位价值”“区位公平”“区位可获”“区位剥夺”等理论单元在城市与区域经济领域具有极其重要的现实意义。本书从多个不同视角切入,通过对国内外文献的挖掘和案例分析,从不同学科中提炼微区位原理的核心主张,并以特定的方式阐释微区位的概念、内涵及其构成,并以西安为例进行实证分析,旨在发掘区位的“微”属性,重构区位的“微”框架,推进微区位的活化应用,不断深化微区位研究的理论与实践创新。
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