This study is an initial step in exploring how urban design typologies can help inform community asset research to broaden the definition of physical assets. Asset based community development research identifies specific types of physical assets such as streets, structures, housing or vacant lots. This research argues that a comprehensive look at physical assets is needed, taking into consideration urban typologies such as paths, landmarks, views and districts as well as the spatial relationships that influence their significance.
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- urban planning
- community development
- PHYSICAL ASSETS
- urban design
- Neighborhoods--Arizona--Phoenix--Public opinion--Cross-cultural studies.
- City planning--Arizona--Phoenix--Public opinion--Cross-cultural studies.
- City planning
- Architecture and society--Arizona--Phoenix.
- Architecture and society
- Women, White--Arizona--Phoenix--Attitudes.
- Women, White
- Hispanic American women--Arizona--Phoenix--Attitudes.
- Hispanic American women
- Partial requirement for: Ph. D., Arizona State University, 2011Note typethesis
- Includes bibliographical references (p. 100-103)Note typebibliography
- Field of study: Design, environment and the arts