Moreover, street art gives one a sense of belonging to the city knowing a fellow citizen created this. The inner personalization of a city gives citizens a feeling of not just belonging, but also power. Power in this sense could be described as: not having to fear the government and its restrictions, a sense of comfort with the city knowing it possesses an adaptive culture, and that the city supports the creativity of its citizens, so much so the city is willing to let the public paint on its buildings. Moreover, connection with the city one is living in is important. Some might say it is the most essential component in living in a desired location.
A Piece of Concrete Determines Your Privacy Could, a piece of concrete, that is a sidewalk be a determining factor in how safe you live in a city? How your social life goes on or even your control over your private life? The importance of sidewalks in cultivating public life and balancing privacy in cities is discussed by Jane Jacobs (1961) in her book “The Death and Life of Great American Cities” who opposed the reformers in her city, who wanted to remove sidewalks, who passed the argument which it summary is “If these people [the people in sidewalks] had decent homes and a more private or bosky outdoor place, they wouldn’t be on the street!”(p.72). The reformers thought that the people who loitered in the sidewalks stay there because they
Street art has served the public as a form of expression. Street art is an essential part of today’s culture, giving cities character and a more original feel. In addition to this, street art has provided employment and has become a basis for certain communities (CITE). Within many countries throughout the past several decades, street art has been the only adequate method of communication with the government (CITE). However, street art is not just a form of rebellion against oppression.
Fraser discussed that the public sphere is supposed to be a universal class where everyone is included. Except, public sphere fail to include women in this group. In Fraser view, this black woman, should be allowed to participate at work without being criticized about her work ethic. She should be able to discuss and deliberate with her follow colleague, without her being a women a hinderance. Fraser believe we shouldn't bracket out our private sphere.
Indian culture has one of the most diverse and compelling traditions compared to other religions. In the past, dance and music plays an important aspect in the indian culture. Due to the fact that forms of entertainment was scarce, dance and music seeped into their lives. Dance is a way of expressing oneself when dancing, an art form that consists of sequences which incorporates into a movement series. Dance is not only a form of communication but the opportunities for connections.
As a result, all of the nations around the world created new laws to protect the creatures so they could fade away in peace. Once this change was made, the sidewalk creatures went back to their spots on the sidewalk, leaving humanity to reflect on how they should treat one
Outdoor facilities are also sheltered, even outdoor sidewalks may be sheltered by trees, if not a man-made shelter, consequently preventing direct sunlight from shining onto people. Hence, even though this product may sound feasible in theory, it is not so in
Public Space Observation Rachael Blouw Doctor Henderson World Urban Sociology For this project, I went to the University Center main lobby to observe people’s behavior. In this space, there are many people who were walking around, sitting at tables, and going to classes. This public area can be accessed by anyone for most of the day, except at night. I decided to sit toward the back of the lobby area, so I could watch everyone while they went about their business. I noticed several different behaviors between people.