Spaces and Flows Journal

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Transformation towards Sustainable Mobility: Putting Principles of Sustainability into Practice of Policy and Planning

The paper presents a Multi-Criteria Assessment method. It is aimed to compare technological solutions and policy options supporting sustainable mobility and co-modality, according to the economic, environmental and social dimension.

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Published online: April 4, 2014

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Geographically and Critically Informed Architecture versus Kaleidoscopic Parametricism

New postmodern subfields of geography and information management techniques have broadened architectural explorations while seemingly related parametric techniques have trivialized design processes for aesthetic reasons.

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Published online: April 4, 2014

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Negotiating Green Space for Capital Accumulation: The Case of North Port Quay

This paper will present a study of ecological threat representation in the social negotiation of meanings of green-built environment around a proposed coastal property development in Fremantle, Western Australia.

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Published online: April 4, 2014

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A Concept Analysis of Registered Nurse Workforce Sustainability

This paper seeks to further investigate the concept of registered nurse workforce sustainability while providing a greater understanding of the tangible and intangible elements affecting nursing workforce sustainability.

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Published online: April 4, 2014

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Using Bayesian Belief Network Techniques and Geographical Information Systems to Predict Highway Crashes in Albania

This paper proposes a prediction model using Bayesian Belief Network techniques and Geographical Information Systems as part of the efforts to enhance traffic safety data analysis in Albania.

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Published online: April 4, 2014

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Gendered Spaces and Participation in the Public Realm

This essay examines how contemporary public spaces exhibit characteristics of gendering and explores how public participation in the architectural process potentially influences the essence and form of public places.

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Published online: April 4, 2014

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Sustainable Retail Spaces: Establishing the Profile of a "Green Population"

This paper describes the "green" population – those who by their attitudes and/or behaviour, align with a sustainable social agenda. It reveals their expectations in relation to sustainable retail environments.

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Published online: March 3, 2014

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Urban Runoff Estimation Using Relief Attributes from Topodata Project: A Case Study in Ilha Solteira, Brazil

Survey for urban runoff estimation usually demands costs incompatible with small communities’ material and economic resources. The paper presents the use of Shuttle Radar Topography Mission data solving this problem.

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Published online: March 3, 2014

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An Interdisciplinary Design Approach: Designing Dicle Valley with Locally Based Landscape Strategies

This paper aims to discuss a proposal on Dicle Valley’s transformation into a dynamic open space system along Dicle River as a future development site for the city of Diyarbakır.

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Published online: January 9, 2014

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Redefining the UGB: Melbourne’s Urban Growth Boundary and the Potential of the Threshold

An Urban Growth Boundary signifies a shared threshold zone between urban and non-urban. This design research, through a site-specific installation, considers questions relating to its meaning and potential.

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Published online: January 9, 2014

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