Preserving and constructing place attachment in Europe / Oana-Ramona Ilovan, Iwona Markuszewska, editors.

This book offers a variety of theoretical and methodological approaches to place attachment from a European perspective. Starting from a dynamic, relational, and participatory concept of place attachment, the book discusses place making and place attachment processes through place-based development...

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Other Authors: Ilovan, Oana-Ramona (Editor), Markuszewska, Iwona (Editor)
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: Cham, Switzerland : Springer, 2022.
Series:GeoJournal library ; v. 131.
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Table of Contents:
  • Chapter 1. Introduction: Place Attachment Theory and Practice
  • Part I: Place Making and Place Attachment Through Place-Based Development and Community Place-Driven Actions
  • Chapter 2. Between Knowledge and Feelings. How Place Attachment Can Strengthen the Sensitive Planning of Landscapes
  • Chapter 3. The Role of Place Attachment and the Moderating Factors in Shaping the Future Second-Home Usage Pattern: Evidence from the Polish Mountains
  • Chapter 4. Place Attached Entrepreneurs as Place-Based Leaders
  • Chapter 5. Gentrification as Discourse and Practice When Building Territorial Identities and Place Attachment
  • Chapter 6. Constructing Place Attachment and Planning the Future of the Neighbourhood. Case Study: Manastur
  • Part II: Nature- and Culture-Based Place Attachment
  • Chapter 7. Place Attachment Through Negotiation. How Citizens and Materiality Co-Create Urban Spaces in Darmstadt, Germany
  • Chapter 8. Places of Wander: The Value of Community Attachment for Coastal Tourism
  • Chapter 9. Methodology for Identifying Urban Types: A Tool for Assessing Urban Place Attachment
  • Chapter 10. Gender and Age Differences for Perceptual Qualities of a Forest Landscape in Relation to Dramatic Landscape Change Processes: Implications for Connections to Place
  • Part III: Sustainable Planning and Territorial Identities Enhancing Place Attachment
  • Chapter 11. Urban and Rural Dynamics between Economy and Place Attachment. The Case Study of the Region of Sardinia (Italy)
  • 12. The Role of Sense of Place in the Recovery of Local Food Systems in Bioregional Contexts. Challenges and Opportunities
  • Chapter 13. Syrmia - Rethinking the Regional Identity of a (Trans)Border Region: Perception, Self-Identification, and Place Attachment
  • Chapter 14. From Place Attachment to Toponymic Attachment: Can Geographical Names Foster Social Cohesion and Regional Development? The Case of South Carinthia (Austria)
  • PART IV: (Re)Constructing Place Attachment: Regeneration of (Post)Industrial Areas and Urban Recovery
  • Chapter 15. Reclaiming the Face of the City. Can Third-places Change Place Attachment? Craiova as Case Study
  • Chapter 16. Rediscovering the Space Beyond Our Doorstep. Place Attachment and Participatory Regeneration within Urban Courtyards in Poland
  • Chapter 17. Reshaping Territorial Identities and Creating Place Attachment through Transport Infrastructure. Case Studies: The Metros in Almada, Lisbon and Porto
  • Chapter 18. Sustainable Brownfield Regeneration in Baia Mare, Romania. Constructing Place Attachment through Co-Creation and Co-Development
  • Chapter 19. Restoring Place Attachment in a Ruined Post-industrial Landscape: Change, Sense of Community and Aesthetics in Barreiro, Portugal
  • Chapter 20. Conclusions: Reshaping Place Attachment Research.