Ideas that are considered to be science, but do not actually match the guidelines to be called science.
A general saying that has truth to it.
Synonyms being: proverb, cliche, and motto.
Being involved with others in doing something illegal or wrong.
Similar to being an accomplice.
“Pedestrian & Bicycle Information Center.” Accessed February 24, 2016. http://www.pedbikeinfo.org/planning/facilities_bike_bikelanes.cfm. The article, “Bicycle Lanes”, the author clearly defines the use of bike. Bike lanes offer a, “…sense of comfort and perceived safety…” Bike lanes are away to maintain safety for motorist and bicyclist. The lanes offer a safe area for bicyclists to prevent dooring and […]
In her work Emily Bazelon sheds light on one of the most private and vulnerable places that we all share: the restroom. Many people, including myself, take for granted the simple luxury of walking into our respective toiletries and walking … Continue reading →
college quads/plazas– I am looking for information on how other college quads and plazas are designed in comparison to GSU’s Library plaza aesthetics– what contributes to the overall feel of a college environment (inclusiveness, inviting) landscape– the landscaping of a campus … Continue reading →
the study of the precise laws and specific effects of the geographical environment, whether consciously organized or not, on the emotions and behavior of individuals; consistent with Morton’s study of space
a person who gains sexual pleasure from watching others when they are naked or engaged in sexual activity.
the emotional and behavioral affect a space has on a individual