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场景理论研究起源于20世纪80年代,以特里?克拉克和丹尼尔?西尔为首的新芝加哥学派,对美国1200多个城市和国际38个国际性大都市成千上万种的舒适物设施与活动进行分类统计、整理与比较研究,形成了一系列重大学术成果。本书通过大量的数据与案例分析,整合前人的研究成果,构建出国际上首个分析城市的文化风格和美学特征对城市发展作用的理论工具……这里的“发展”意义比较广泛,从经济增长到居住地选择,再到选举和新社会运动,涵盖了社会生活的方方面面。
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  • 文前辅文
  • 中文版序言
  • 致谢
  • 译者序
  • 1 设置场景
    1. “场景”作为地点(Place)的美学视角
    2. 感知及参与场景的简单能力包含了不同寻常的复杂性
    3. 日常知识结束之处,社会科学开始
  • 2 场景理论
    1. 作为一种多维复杂体的场景
    2. 一个场景的多重意义
    3. 场景的组合逻辑
    4. 场景定位
  • 3 城市“闲逛者”:如何测量场景
    1. 透过舒适物设施数据看场景
    2. 舒适物设施数据显示了看似合理的文化模式
    3. 从舒适物设施到场景
    4. 采取场景路线
    5. 表现得分揭示空间文化关系
    6. 结论:每个场景都有不同,但这些不同是否有意义呢?
  • 4 回归土地,归因场景:场景如何促进经济发展
    1. 土地的消失、再现和转化
    2. 场景提升经济绩效的六个假设
    3. 场景是增长要素
    4. 场景差异真的能带来不同吗?
    5. 结论——“每个人都是音乐家”:打开阁楼之门
  • 5 家,场景中的家:场景如何塑造居住模式
    1. 新芝加哥学派
    2. 家就是场景所在的地方
    3. 一个巨大的分歧?
  • 6 场景力量:场景如何影响投票,激发新社会运动,产生政治资源
    1. 文化的兴起和城市政治的转变
    2. 多伦多伍兹伍德车库(Wychwood Barns):对一个引发争议的本土场景的案例详解
    3. 场景与新社会运动
    4. 场景和国家政治
    5. 结论
  • 7 创造一个场景:如何将场景整合到公共政策里
    1. 城市政策面临的新挑战
    2. 城市政策的新方向
    3. 一个多伦多的例子,说明如何将场景整合到政策工具包中
  • 8 场景的科学
    1. 从理论到数据
    2. 测量场景
    3. 分析方法:一般分析方法、标准分析方法和建模背景
    4. 在国际背景下的场景
  • 中国有关“场景”研究的主要文献
  • 关键词解释
  • 名词索引
  • 人名索引
  • 译者简介
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