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ENVD&S Set 1
1st exam in environmental and society
Terms in this set (14)
Vitruvius definition of Architecture
Firmness, delight, commodity.
Practical needs building is meant to satisfy.
Interdisciplinary field studying the relationship between the physical environment and human behavior & experience
Non-human environment. Natural and human-made. Nested quality (furnishings in room, in building, in neighborhood, in city, in region.)
Any form of activity that is observable. (Can be recorded.)
Any situation personally lived through. (Explained in artistic means.)
Theory that a set of environmental factors account for human behavior, Such as climate or architectural design.
People < Envrnt
Theory that people are initiator in physical environment. All things are possible.
People > Envrnt
Theory that people and the environment are intimately interconnected, and each affects the other.
People <> Envrnt
Science that studies the total relationships among organisms and their environments. Study of dwelling. (Oikos is greek for house or dwelling place.) Among individuals, different groups of individuals, and between individuals and physical environment.
Behavioral Perspective Approach
Environmental behavior understood by people's (inner worlds) values, images, preferences, feelings, and subjective knowledge.
People <> Inner world <> Envrnt
Real world> information> 5 senses> value system> image (of world)> decision> behavior> Real world
Underlying set of beliefs that person holds of his or her world
Determined by Characteristics of person & characteristics of his or her world
One's world view & subject knowledge; values, opinions, preferences, feelings, perceptions, beliefs, etc.
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