The Sociology of Space
Space emerges in action as a relational arrangement and as such structures action. First of all, the relational arrangement is based on placements of social goods and people (spacing), and secondly it is only actuated in an operation of synthesis as a linked arrangement. Places emerge in spacing as the goals and results of placement. Since, however, both people and social goods are determinable not only by way of their materiality, but also by way of their external effectuality, atmospheres emerge through the effect of social goods and people at places and influence synthesis and spacing by way of perception. Since perception is not an immediate process, but rather selective and structured through habitus, the realization of atmospheres is dependent on structural principles such as gender, class, or ethnicity.
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