If we walk through the city and try to capture its hidden symbolic logic and cultural codes we are all influenced by our very own attitudes and perceptions, as well as our professional and social education. 239 more words
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DAY II | MAPPING EXERCISE
The Ethnography in Urban Settings workshop included two mapping exercises; one on each day.
On day one the workshop participants went out to sense the city and to try to map what they experienced, what they imagined in urban space, focusing on using their bodies and their own subjectivities and positionality as the main lenses through which they can experience urban space. 502 more words
Cognitive Mapping Exercise | Day 1
Which spaces/places matter for you the most, and how are they spatially connected?
Mapping (Cognitive Mapping) helps to get access to interpretations of symbolic structures of the city (Greverus 1972, 1994). 117 more words
The exercise for the “fieldwork excursion” for day one was folded and conceptualized by Carolin Genz and Aylin Yildirim Tschoepe.
The first part of the walk was an exercise in learning to observe and sense the city. 290 more words