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ARCH 271 TEST ONE

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PROXEMICS THE STUDY OF THE AMOUNT OF SPACE A PERSON FINDS NECESSARY TO SET BETWEEN THEMSELVES AND OTHER PEOPLE
PERSONAL SPACE THE SPATIAL DISTANCE THAT PEOPLE ARE CONTINUALLY ADJUSTING TO MAINTAIN A COMFORTABLE DISTANCE BETWEEN THEMSELVES AND OTHERS
INTIMATE SPACE BUBBLE SURROUNDING A PERSON
SOCIAL/CONSULTATIVE SPACE WHERE PEOPLE FEEL COMFORTABLE CONDUCTING ROUTINE SOCIAL INTERACTIONS
PUBLIC SPACE THE AREA IN WHICH PEOPLE PERCEIVE INTERACTIONS AS IMPERSONAL AND RELATIVELY ANONYMOUS
TERRITORIALITY A PATTERN OF BEHAVIOR THAT ASSERTS CONTROL OVER A PHYSICAL SPACE, OBJECT, IDEA
PRIMARY TERRITORY ASSOCIATED WITH A FAMILY OR HOME
PRIMARY TERRITORIALITY SOCIAL-SPATIAL RELATIONSHIPS REGARDING ONE'S HOUSEHOLD/HOME
SECONDARY TERRITORY ASSOCIATED WITH WORK OR SCHOOL
SECONDARY TERRITORIALITY A PATTERN OF BEHAVIOR THAT OCCURS IN SHARED OR PUBLIC SPACES
PREVENTION AVOIDING ANTICIPATED INFRINGEMENT
PUBLIC TERRITORIES OPEN TO ANYONE OF GOOD STANDING IN A COMMUNITY
PRIVACY INVOLVES ALL SENSORY REALMS AND IS NOT SIMPLY ABOUT ALONENESS OR SECLUSION, PER SE
SOLITUDE BEING FREE FROM INTRUSION/OBSERVATION
INTIMACY BEING FREE FROM THE INTRUSION OR OBSERVATION OF OTHERS WITH A CHOSEN OTHER PERSON
ANONYMITY BEING UNKNOWN TO OTHERS
RESERVE THE FREEDOM TO KEEP AWAY UNWANTED INTRUSIONS BY NOT SHARING ONE'S THOUGHTS
COMMUNICATIONS PEOPLE SEEK PRIVACY FOR PROTECTED COMMUNICATIONS
CONTROL/AUTONOMY BEING ABLE TO DO WHAT ONE CHOOSES/HAVE A PLACE OF ONE'S OWN
IDENTITY REINFORCING ONE'S UNDERSTANDING AND SENSE OF SELF
EMOTIONAL RELEASE HAVING THE OPPORTUNITY FOR RELEASE WHEN NOT IN THE PRESENCE OF OTHER PEOPLE
CROWDING A LACK OF CHOICE/CONTROL OVER THE PHYSICAL PRESENCE OF OTHERS
DENSITY THE NUMBER OF PEOPLE OR THINGS IN A GIVEN AMOUNT OF SPACE
FIELD STUDIES SURVEYS/INTERVIEWS
SOCIAL VARIABLES QUANTITY OF PEOPLE/AMOUNT OF GENDER
PHYSICAL VARIABLES QUANTITY OF SPACE/ARCH/LANDSCAPE
VEST POCKET PARK URBAN INFILL WITH GREEN SPACE
SITTABLE SPACE ANY HORIZONTAL SPACE IT IS POSSIBLE TO SIT
100% LOCATION CONVERSATIONS IN OPEN/CIRCULATION SPACES
ACTIVE EDGE INTERACTION BETWEEN ACTIVITY AT THE EDGE OF A PATH AND ACTIVITY ON A PATH
NECESSARY LIFE PEDESTRIAN TRAFFIC
OPTIONAL LIFE RECREATIONAL ACTIVITY
SOCIAL LIFE ENGAGING WITH OTHERS
THEORY DESCRIBES, EXPLAINS, AND PREDICTS PHENOMENON
Created by: Greenday_goddes