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Master of Landscape Architecture (MLA)
Elizabeth Dean Hermann
This thesis aims to investigate the relationship between the public space and protest events from a spatial point of view. It will employ selected concepts from phenomenological and spatial theories to evaluate how the protest is affected by built environment and subsequently propose how the public space can be adapted to create a more vibrant social-political life.
Wang, Ziyu, "Landscape of resistance: reimagining public space for a vibrant socio-political life" (2022). Masters Theses. 951.
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