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Landscape Meanings and Values



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ISBN 9781032218373
March 15, 2022 Forthcoming by Routledge
164 Pages

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Book Description

First published in 1986, Landscape Meanings and Values presents a major contribution to the debate concerning the relationship between theory and practice in landscape analysis and planning. It brings together a number of the most eminent researchers, commentators and practitioners from both the United States of America and Britain to pursue the fundamental meanings and values in landscape. The insights into the theory behind landscape management will force a fundamental rethink of the role of landscape architect and land management. Academic researchers will find the feedback from eminent practitioners a stimulation for more practical research. The collection of ideas in the last chapter provides a unique synthesis of the need for an expansion of study into the fundamental significance of landscape today. This book will be of value to students of geography, environmental studies, landscape architecture and land management.

Table of Contents

New Preface Edmund C. Penning-Rowsell Foreword and acknowledgement Editor’s Preface List of contents List of tables List of figures List of plates 1. Introduction David Lowenthal 2. An ecological and evolutionary approach to landscape aesthetics Gordon H. Orians 3. The role of the Arts in landscape research Jay Appleton 4. Psychological reflections on landscape Kenneth H. Craik 5. The vernacular landscape J.B. Jackson 6. Spotting, squatting, sitting or setting: some public images of landscapes Brian Goodey 7. The delights and problems of practice Hal Moggridge 8. Themes, speculation and an agenda for landscape research Edmund C. Penning-Rowsell Appendix: workshop participants Contributors Index

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Edmund C. Penning-Rowsell and David Lowenthal