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Perceptual spatial differentiation of Ljubljana

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Author(s): Marko Krevs

Journal: Dela
ISSN 0354-0596

Issue: 21;
Start page: 371;
Date: 2004;
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Keywords: settlement geography | urban geography | urban population | Slovenia

ABSTRACT
Geographical studies of human perception of places at local scale are usually aimed at betterunderstanding of human spatial perception and knowledge about the places, and of usingthis knowledge in spatial decision-making or spatial behaviour. Our focus on the first partof these general research aims is presented based on a case study, revealing how residentsof the Municipality of Ljubljana perceive and value neighbourhoods of “their” municipalityat the beginning of the century. Questionnaire survey has been carried out in 2001 by the 3rd year students of geography at Department ofGeography, Faculty of Arts, University of Ljubljana (Atelšek et al., 2001).
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