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  • ...b systems, computational intelligence, human-computer interaction, digital theory, Web sociology, and well as interactive and digital arts. We also encourage • System architecture
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  • History & Theory: Goodbye Supermodernism Architecture
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  • *209 Theory Seminar [[Cities and Cyborgs: Computing and the Metropolis, 1860-2010]] | U *MAS.962 [[Autism Theory and Technology]] Spring 2006
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  • Guy Debord, "[[Theory of the Derive]]," International Situationiste #2, 1958 Malcolm McCullough, Digital Ground: Architecture, Pervasive Computing, and Environmental Knowing, MIT Press, 2004
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  • ...t works. He has also written extensively on other aspects of the theory of architecture. Present Appointments: Professor of Architectural and [[Urban Morphology]]
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  • ...and design applications. It has been extensively applied in the fields of architecture, urban design, planning, transportation and interior design. Over the past The Space Syntax Theory rests on three basic conceptions of space:
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  • ...b/SpaceIsTheMachine.pdf Space is the machine - A configurational theory of architecture] by Bill Hillier, p. 188.</ref>
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  • ...the concepts elaborated on in this site, including the second self, panic architecture and how technology is changing humanity.</span> ;[[Actor Network Theory]]
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  • The category of the everyday has designated in social theory the remainder, what is left over after the important regions of politics an [[Category:Architecture]]
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  • [[Category:Architecture]] [[Category:Postmodern Theory]]
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  • =====Facebook and ANT ([[Actor Network Theory]]) and the agency of nonhumans===== *[[Panic Architecture]]
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  • [[Category:Postmodern Theory]] [[Category:Architecture]]
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  • ...the architecture of rude interfaces us not being dnstructef by traditional architecture any longer --- buy rather programmers, interaction designers, software arch In short, the architecture of the system had to be altered.
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  • ====Information Architecture for the World Wide Web: Designing Large-Scale Web Sites, by Peter Morville, ...tion-architecture-for-the-world-wide-web.jpg|300px|thumb|right|Information Architecture for the World Wide Web]]
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  • ...h her digitally. There is a dichotomy of identity present in her life. The architecture of the online space allows her different movement than what is possible in ...h her digitally. There is a dichotomy of identity present in her life. The architecture of the online space allows different movement than what is possible in real
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  • ...foraging theory to understand how human users search for information. The theory is based on the assumption that, when searching for information, humans use In the 1970s optimal foraging theory was developed by anthropologists and ecologists to explain how animals hunt
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  • ===[http://journalofia.org/focus/ Journal of Information Architecture]=== ...evelopment of the scientific body of knowledge in the field of information architecture.
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  • [[The Theory of the Leisure Class]] by Thorstein Veblen (Author), C. Wright Mills (Intro [[Architecture or Techno-Utopia: Politics after Modernism]] by Felicity Dale Elliston Scot
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  • ===Actor Network Theory=== [[Reassembling the Social: An Introduction to Actor-Network-Theory]] by [[Bruno Latour]]
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  • ...an architecture inflences how people move, and people affect how a digital architecture is created. we're dealing with soft architectures online that can be more e ...ed architecture of our time is clearly giving rise to a quest for a haptic architecture". (Translation - We see most things now (computer monitors, ect) - we don't
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  • ...of the architectural experience and to develop a new field of neuromorphic architecture, "brains for buildings". *Schema theory
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  • ...e (or complicating it). The iPhone is a piece of what we might call "power architecture". That is, it makes us more of a God than almost any other object. The iPho ...les.aspx?id=492 Infomobility and Technics: some travel notes. 1000 Days of Theory Belinda Barnet
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  • ...r to her position at Steinhardt she was a Research Fellow in New Media and Architecture in joint affiliation with the Department of Culture and Media and the Human *Architecture as Media (Graduate)
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  • ...pace in a postcivil society] by Lieven de Cauter, Psychology Press, 2008 - Architecture - 345 pages [[Category:Architecture Theory]]
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  • Professor: Nicholas de Monchaux, Assistant Professor of Architecture and Urban Design, University of California The course will fulfill requirements in urban studies and architectural theory.
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  • Guy Debord, "[[Theory of the Derive]]," International Situationiste #2, 1958 Malcolm McCullough, Digital Ground: Architecture, Pervasive Computing, and Environmental Knowing, MIT Press, 2004
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  • ...permutations. Informed by urban theory, postmodernist criticism in art and architecture, and debates concerning identity politics and the public sphere, the book a
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  • ...history and theory that is rarely produced. The rapid evolution of modern architecture from Le Corbusier to Brazil to Miami to the roadside motel in a brief 40-ye ...hed," a generalization from the findings of the first part on symbolism in architecture and the iconography of urban sprawl. (The final part of the first edition,
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  • [[Reassembling the Social: An Introduction to Actor-Network-Theory]] by [[Bruno Latour]] == Critical Theory==
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  • [[Category:Postmodern Theory]] [[Category:Architecture]]
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  • "Social architecture is a field which looks at how to engineer social systems and media tools (s ...architecture of one situation might be very different from another.Social architecture looks at why that is. Social architectures are created during software and
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  • ...hine Hybrids from Sylphide to Science Fiction,” intertwined research and theory from the disciplines of film, dance, television, art history, critical medi ...examines the relationships between performers and space, choreography and architecture, audiences and perceptions of place. As a scholar, she’s interested in ex
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  • ...tion. It is also an effort to contribute to socialist-feminist culture and theory in a postmodernist, non-naturalist mode and in the utopian tradition of ima ...oss the discredited breach of nature and culture. Biology and evolutionary theory over the last two centuries have simultaneously produced modern organisms a
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  • 9 Actor Network Theory ...l, traffic jams, physical and mental isolation, elevator music, and boring architecture. The only way out of this isolation is through reconnecting to culture and
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