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Paper eres2008_240:
TRADITIONAL AND NON-TRADITIONAL TOOLS FOR THE DESCRIPTION OF SPACE AND PLACE

id eres2008_240
authors Sahk, Kaarel; Peeter Torop
year 2008
title TRADITIONAL AND NON-TRADITIONAL TOOLS FOR THE DESCRIPTION OF SPACE AND PLACE
source Book of Abstracts: 15th Annual European Real Estate Society Conference in Kraków, Poland
summary In the contest of description of the real estate is very important to refresh the understandings of market professionals in terms of traditional and non-traditional tools used for the description of space and place. In this case the traditional tools are known for a long time and their origin location is the classical record of different geographic markers. On the other hand these markers were used for describing absolute space (mathematical space), relative space as a socioeconomic space, relative space named experiential or cultural space, etc. Lastly named introduction of the broad variety of the spaces provide us with the new final destination where we may monitor and observe the connection of human being with the place and space. This monitoring also pays our attention to the two terms used Tuan to describe the human emotions towards the place: topophilia and topophobia. For better and more clear argumentation of these emotions are used some basic approaches from chronot opical cultural theory, first of all considering it’s synchronically and diachronically built up. Named explanations helps us to build up the chronotopical theory of property and to return to the some incorporation of traditional and non-traditional time-space approaches initiated in early 20-ties of last century by Mikhail Bahtin.
keywords Geographic markers, chronotopical theory of property, topophilia and topophobia Tuan, chronotopical cultural theory, time-space approaches, Bahtin
series ERES:conference
email Kaarel.Sahk@emu.ee
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