Social factors are fundamental in building the society and how communities strive for the growth and development of their environment. The city’s architecture and spaces are also affected by these social factors since it addresses the public realm and ideals.
Knowing the important concepts, principles, analytical methods, and tools of social structure can be possible through this [course_title]. You are provided with detailed discussions on public spaces, impersonality, crowds, and density to understand this concept.
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Course Credit: MIT
|lecture2 Center vs. Periphery||00:05:00|
|lecture3 UpDown vs. AboveBelow||00:10:00|
|lecture4 The Homo-Faber Project – R. Sennett||00:05:00|
|lecture5 Stealth Gentrification – Lara Belkind||00:05:00|
|lecture6 Spaces of Knowledge within the New York City Subway||00:10:00|
|lecture7 Theorizing a Center for Universal Design – Nadya Nilina||00:05:00|
|lecture8 The Racial Politics of Urban Celebrations – Annis Whitlow||00:05:00|
|lecture9 Structuring Beyond Architecture – David Foxe||00:10:00|
|lecture10 The Architecture of Repression – Olga Touloumi||00:00:00|
|lecture11 Inventing the Modern Suburb in California and Denmark – Thomas Oles||00:05:00|
|lecture12 Proyecto Cities,The Limit of Place||00:10:00|
|lecture13 Photographs in Urban Planning,Immigrant Spaces in the European City||00:10:00|
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