Published March 26, 2001
by Physica-Verlag Heidelberg .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||235|
The book aims at creating the foundations for a broad framework of a "theory of mobility in space and time". Starting from a confrontation between mainstream international economics and empirical observation, the approach takes into account the heterogeneity of more or less mobile agents, forms of interaction that go beyond price interaction as well as the dimensions of space and : Physica-Verlag Heidelberg. The book aims at creating the foundations for a broad framework of a "theory of mobility in space and time". Starting from a confrontation between mainstream international economics and empirical observation, the approach takes into account the heterogeneity of more or less mobile agents, forms of interaction that go beyond price interaction as well as the dimensions of space and time. In Mobility, Space and Culture, Peter Merriman provides an important and timely contribution to the mobilities turn in the social sciences, encouraging academics to rethink the relationship between movement, embodied practices, space and place. The book takes an interdisciplinary approach, drawing upon theoretical. Book Description An interesting fact in nature is that if we observe agents (neurons, particles, animals, humans) behaving,or more precisely moving, inside their environment, we can recognize – tough at different space or time scales – very specific : Lorenzo Valerio.
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Re-centring Periphery: Negotiating Identities in Time and Space Gry Paulgaard This chapter addresses the process of place enactment in relation to a particular tourism development project carried out in the village of Thingeyri, : Jørgen Ole Bærenholdt, Brynhild Granås. A concept of mobility in space and time. 2. Mobility in the 21st century: some empirical observations. 3. Mobility in space and time --structuring a complex phenomenon --pt. B. Mobility in the theory of international economics. 4. General possibilities and restrictions of theoretical modelling. 5. Stochastic mobility models in space and time Settori scientiﬁco-disciplinari: MAT /06 - INF /01 Author Lorenzo VALERIO Supervisor Prof. Bruno APOLLONI PhD Programme Coordinator Prof. Giovanni NALDI Academic Year / Critical Concepts in M-Health Technology Development: Time, Space, and Mobility: /ch This chapter is a theoretical in-depth review of three conceptual groups that serve as the fundamental basis for m-health technology development—both atCited by: 1.