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The sociology of architecture : constructing identities

Paul Jones

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タイトル The sociology of architecture : constructing identities
著者 Paul Jones
出版地(国名コード) GB
出版地Liverpool
出版社Liverpool University Press
出版年月日等 2011
大きさ、容量等 viii, 195 p. : ill. ; 24 cm
注記 ISBN : 9781846310775 (pbk.), 1846310776 (pbk.), 9781846310768 (hbk.), 1846310768 (hbk.)
注記 Includes bibliographical references (p. 171-191) and index
ISBN 9781846310775
ISBN 1846310776
ISBN 9781846310768
ISBN 1846310768
OCLC番号 503650329
部分タイトル Introduction ---- 1. Architecture, Power and Identities: Surveying the Field --- 2. The Public Discourse of Architecture: Socializing Identities --- 3. Architecture and the Nation: Building an "Us" --- 4. Modernity and Mega-Events: Architecturing a Future --- 5. Architecture and Commemoration: The Construction of Memorialization --- 6. Iconic Architecture and Regeneration: The Form is the Function --- 7. "European" Architecture: Politics in Search of Form and Meaning --- 8. Conclusion: Sociology, Architecture and the Politics of Building
出版年(W3CDTF) 2011
件名(キーワード) Architecture and society
件名(キーワード) Architecture--Human factors
NDLC KA21
LCC NA2543.S6
DDC 720.103
要約・抄録 A central objective of The Sociology of Architecture is to position architecture as a research agenda for sociologists and others interested in the relationship between power, culture and collective identities. Adopting a critical approach to such questions, this book frames architecture as a field of symbolic and material conflict over collective identities. These arguments are developed with reference to some notable architectural projects past and present in the European and North American contexts. The powerful have historically sought to give material, built form to their power. Viewed from the vantage point of sociology, architecture is thus one aspect of the cultural sphere that contributes to the construction and maintenance of collective identities, and a way in which those with power both legitimate and mark their position in the world. Because of this backdrop, architecture is far from an autonomous or apolitical endeavour. Drawing on sociological theories to assist an understanding of how political power operates in the cultural sphere, The Sociology of Architecture suggests that major architectural projects can act as tangible, "concrete" expressions of the ultimately contested nature of collective identities, and that as such provide a focus for questioning the processes through which identities are constructed and maintained by politically powerful actors through the cultural sphere. -- Publisher description
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資料の種別 図書
言語(ISO639-2形式) eng : English

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