topophilia


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topophilia

(ˌtɒpəˈfɪlɪə)
n
(Psychology) the love of or emotional connections with place or physical environment
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Having spent years in the South Seas, Wong has "the sense of place" or 'topophilia' (all are Yi-Fu Tuan's terms).
Topophilia: A Study of Environmental Perception, Attitudes, and Values.
The volume presents many original visualizations of Singapore, but it leaves one to wonder whether more experimental ways of mapping and analysing a community's topophilia are not possible.
He spoke to me of topophilia, a strong sense of place that is tied to cultural identity.
These carefully curated and captioned cartographic represent the rapid territorial and environmental transformations, which have the political effect of weakening the population's emotional and cultural bonds, or sense of topophilia, with local landscapes.
"Topophilia and Other Roman Perversions."Rome, Postmodern Narratives of a Cityscape.
Topophilia, informed by memory, gives the poet a subdued sense of cultural identity.
"Agi Morato's Garden as Heterotopian Place in Cervantes's Los banos de Argel!' Spectacle and Topophilia: Reading Early Modern and Postmodern Hispanic Cultures.
According to Eckstein (2006), New Orleans "elicits in its human inhabitants and even visitors a distinctive somatic and affective response to the place, a relation that Yi-Fu Tuan has labeled topophilia" (2).
No 'glocalisation' nor 'topophilia' in the work of Doreen Massey She will create remarkable effects by merely combining everyday words making us reconsider their meaning.
(1) Pvz., Boleslovo Buikos pieUinys ,,Gedimino pilis Vilniuje" (Vilnius Topophilia 2014).