2009

Access for All

Approaches to the Built Environment

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ISBN: 978-3-0346-0081-1 (Print) 978-3-0346-0379-9 (Online)

Table of contents (13 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages 1-9

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    Pages 10-15

    Introduction

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    Pages 16-29

    Elevation — A cultural history of the elevator

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    Pages 30-43

    Megamobility — Technology for the individual in the urbanised world

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    Pages 44-61

    Cooperation — Urban planning is a community project

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    Pages 62-77

    Variety — The Südstadt in Tübingen as a model for the city

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    Pages 78-93

    Syntax — Planning urban accessibility

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    Pages 94-111

    Image — The imaginary as an instrument of urban and regional planning

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    Pages 112-119

    Practice — Reducing barriers

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    Pages 120-133

    Everyday life — Normalisation breeds discrimination

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    Pages 134-143

    Public utility — Car sharing as a complementary means of urban mobility

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    Pages 144-157

    Reflection — Philosophy for everyone?

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    Pages 158-169

    Internet — Digital inclusion for everyone regardless of their abilities

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    Pages 170-180

    Competition — The Schindler Award and the culture of education

  15. Back Matter

    Pages 181-184