The Popular Meaning of a View – An exploratory study

Asking people what they like about visual characteristics of the environment is a well-established method of enquiry used in a range of disciplines from town planning to sociology. While different academic groups recognise the validity of this approach, there is considerable conjecture about
the contemporary significance of popular opinion for the visual appraisals of cities, towns and the countryside. This paper explores these popular opinions.

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Paper

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Queensland

Authors

Preston, Robert (Author)

Source

University of Queensland: 2005

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