Bronnenlijst blogs

Bronnenlijst blogs

I am currently exporting the list below to a different page on this blog. 

Voorlopige lijst met bronnen die zijn gebruikt in de blogs. Mochten er foutieve of onvolledige vermeldingen zijn, laat me dat gerust weten.

BRONNEN (bijgewerkt op 10-01-2015)
Albano, Caterina – Displaying lives: the narrative of objects in biographical exhibitions; 1
Allen, Robert Clyde, and Annette Hill. The Television Studies Reader. London: Routledge, 2004. 2
Artur, P and Passini, R – Wayfinding: people, signs and architecture (1992). 4
Begault, D.R.– Preference versus Reference: Listeners as participants in sound reproduction; 9
Bendiner-Viani, Gabrielle – “The big world in the small: layered dynamics of meaning-making in the everyday”; 2013 112
Berveling, Jaco; Schaap, Nina; Storm, Martje – Macht der gewoonte: ‘Meestal doen we, wat we meestal doen’ Kennisinstituut voor mobiliteitsbeleid 10
Beugelsdijk, Tanja & Oyen van, Renk – “” Abonnementen en concepting; 2011 11
Beugelsdijk, Tanja & Oyen van, Renk – “Routes naar vervoering” sociaal- en mobiliteitsconcept Muziekgebouw Eindhoven; 2012 12
Bijl, van der P. ea – Station Centraal: samenbinden v station en stad; 13
Bilda, Zafer – “Designing for audience engagement” 14
Bitgood, Stephen- Social Design in Museums – the psychology of visitor studies -part 1; 15
Blaine, T & Fels, S.S (2003) – Contexts of Collaborative Musical Experiences; 16
Boer, P.F.M van den; 2007 – Het effect van achtergrondmuziek in merkwinkels op de waargenomen merkpersoonlijkheid 113
Bollo, Alessandro; Luca Dal Pozzolo – Analysis of Visitor Behaviour inside the Museum: An Empirical Study; 17
Bourdon, Jérôme, and Cécile Méadel. Television Audiences across the World: Deconstructing the Ratings Machine. 18
Bronner, Kai – What is the sound of citrus? Research on the Correspondences between the Perception of Sound and Flavour 114
Carattin – Wayfinding architectural criteria for the design of complex environments in emergency scenarios; 19
Carpentier N; 2001 – “Managing audience participation: the construction of participation in an audience discussion programme.” 20
Casey, Valerie – The museum effect: gazing from object to performance in the contemporary cultural history museum; 21
Christidou, D., 2012. Does “pointing at” in museum exhibitions make a point? A study of visitors‟ performances in three museums for the use of reference as a medium for initiating and prompting meaning-making. 22
Cobussen, Marcel – Improvisation: Between the Musical and the Social.; 23
Conermann, Stephan – News and Rumor – local sources of knowledge about the world ; 24
Cox, Rosie – House/Work: Home as a Space of Work and Consumption 115
Craane M. 2013 – A lived hermetic of people and place: phenomenology and space syntax; 25
Cronin, A.M. ‘Advertising and the metabolism of the city: urban spaces, commodity rhythms’. 2006 116
Csikszentmihalyi, Mihaly. Flow: The Psychology of Happiness. London: Rider, 1992. 26
Cutti, James E. – Wayfinding on Foot: From Information in Retinal, Not Optical, Flow. 27
Dalmulder, Gerdien (Always On Stage) & Oyen, van Renk (La Clappeye) – 2013 – “Studentlife” Belevingsconcept studentenhuisvesting. 110
De Rijck, Tine; Guldentops, Fred en Vansteelant, Helena – Onomische integratie en sociale uitsluiting: de invloed van de architecturale omgeving in sociale woonwijken. 117
Dennisa, Charles ea (2014) – The effect of digital signage on shoppers’ behavior: The role of the evoked experience; 28
Dormans, Stefan Elisabeth Martinus. Narrating the City: Urban Tales from Tilburg and Almere. S.l.: S.n., 2008. 29
Droguet, Eva – Retrieving the sound from the visual: Sonic experiments and recordings from Land Artworks; 30
Droumeva, M – Mobile Soundscape Mapping; 31
Drury, Dr John; Cocking, Dr. Chris – The mass psychology of disasters and emergency evacuations. 32
Duke, A. C., Judith Pollmann, and Andrew Spicer. Public Opinion and Changing Identities in the Early Modern Netherlands: Essays in Honour of Alastair Duke. Leiden: Brill, 2007. 33
Edensor, Tim – National Identity, Popular Culture and Everyday Life. 118
Edensor, Tim – Performing tourism, staging tourism; (Re)producing tourist space and practice. 34
Enevold, Jessica – Domesticating Play, Designing Everyday Life: The Practice and Performance of Family, Gender and Gaming; 119
Enevold, Jessica. – Domesticating Play, Designing Everyday Life: The Practice and Performance of Family, Gender and Gaming. 120
Forrest, Regan – Perceived Atmosphere: A novel way for characterizing exhibition environments; 35
Frith, Simon; 1996 – “Music and Identity.” 36
Fruin, John J. – Designing for pedestrians; 37
Galetzka, Mirjam; de Vries, Peter ea. – Motieven, Omgeving, en Gedrag; Wat Beweegt de Mustreiziger? Transfercapaciteit op perrons, stijgpunten, traverseruimtes en halvoorzieningen; 38
Gehl, Jan – Active or passive façades: Studying life in front of open and closed façades. 121
Gehl, Jan – Good places to stand: Studying preferred places to stand at a public square. 122
Gehl, Jan – The importance of front yards: Studying the connection between the design of residential streets and the extent and character of activities. 123
Gehl, Jan – Who walks, how fasstn when? Studying walking speed, categories of people and seasons. 124
Gehl, Jan and Svarre, Birgitte – HOW TO STUDY PUBLIC LIFE 125
Goffman – behavior in public places. 39
Gong, Erin; Maghari, Michelle – Micro-Experiments for Fast, Actionable Data about the Museum Experience 40
Gouvier, L. – Leaders in co creation? 2008; 41
Hamid, Salmiah Abdul – Walking in the City of Signs: Tracking Pedestrians in Glasgow. 42
Hanus, Jord – Mapping Sixteenth-Century ‘s-Hertogenbosch : Towards a Spatial Analysis of Urban Social Structures; University of Antwerp; Centre for Urban History; Fellowship of the Research Foundation – Flanders (FWO-Vlaanderen) 43
Hanus, Jord. Affluence and Inequality in the Low Countries: The City of ‘s-Hertogenbosch in the Long Sixteenth Century, 1500-1650. Antwerpen: S.n., 2007. 44
Harrar, Vanessa & Spence, Charles – The taste of cutlery: how the taste of food is affected by the weight, size, shape, and colour of the cutlery used to eat it; 2013 126
Heerwagen, Judith & Hase, Betty – Building Biophilia: Connecting People to Nature in Building Design. 127
Hook, Jonathan David; 2013 – “Interaction Design for Live Performance” 45
Hull B.; 1993 – Place identity: symbols of self in the urban fabric 46
Hurdley, Rachel – Dismantling Mantelpieces: Narrating Identities and Materializing Culture in the Home; 128
Institute for Volunteering Research – Volunteers in Museums: Key Findings and Issues from the Literature; 47
IPEM Ghent: research to embodied music reocgnition: 48
Jabberwocky mobile/app 49
Joly, Janneke, Stapel,v Diederik, Lindenberg, Siegwart – Silence and Table Manners: When Environments Activate Norms (2008) 129
Jovanovic, Natasa – To whom it may concert: addressee identification in face-to-face meetings; 2007 130
Kahneman, Daniel e.a.- A Survey Method for Characterizing Daily Life Experience: The Day Reconstruction Method. (2013); 131
Kauffman & Lohr: Does Plant Color Affect Emotional and Physiological Responses to Landscapes? 132
Kauffman & Lohr: Does Plant Color Affect Emotional and Physiological Responses to Landscapes? 133
Kaynar, Ipek – Visibility, movement paths and preferences in open plan museums: An observational and descriptive study of the Ann Arbor Hands-on Museum; 50
Kim Ngo, Mary Kim &Spence, Charles – Assessing the shape symbolism of the taste, flavour, and texture of foods and beverages 134
Kirchberg, Volker – Mapping Museums’ Catchment Areas: A Tool for Understanding Museum Visitorship; 51
Kling, Beate & Krüger, Torsten – Signage: Spatial Orientation; 52
Kold, Søren – The Power of Live A Rough Guide to the Concert Experience; 53
Krejčí, Markéta & Hradilová, Iva – Landscape infographic design (Brno, Czech Republic.) 54
Krukar, Jakub – Walk, Look, Remember: The Influence of the Gallery’s Spatial Layout on Human Memory for an Art Exhibition. 55
Lane, Cathy – Space, sound, and music: using embodied experiences; 56
LaTulipe ea. 2011; – “Love, hate, arousal and engagement: exploring audience responses to performing arts”. 57
Law, Edith e.a. – Curio: A Platform for Supporting Mixed-Expertise Crowdsourcing. 58
Leadbeater, C – The London Recipe: How Systems and Empathy Make the City (2014) 59
Leinhardt, Gaea e.a – Talking to Oneself: Diaries of Museum Visits. 60
Leman, Marc e.a. – The coupling of action and perception in musical meaning formation; UGent; 61
Leshchenko, Anna – A visitor-centered approach: enhancing museology with perceptual theory; 62
Levent, Nina; Pascual-Leone, Alvaro – The Multisensory Museum: Cross-Disciplinary Perspectives on Touch, Sound, Smell, Memory, and Space 63
Lievois, Els – De geografie van het toerisme in de stad: Bepaling van toeristiciteits‐indicatoren en methodiek voor interactie‐analyse; 2006; 64
LO, K. P.-Y., 2008. Hotel stay scenarios based on emotional design research. 65
Lobbes, Marjolein – De invloed van kleur op het dranktempo van gasten in een restaurant; 2011 135
Loeseke, Anette – Conference paper: Building Capacity through Interdisciplinary Cooperation: Experimental Research on Reception Practice; 66
MacAllister, J -Het station en het museum: Netwerken in techniek en cultuur; 67
Maes, Pieter-Jan – Dance-the-music: an educational platform for the modeling, recognition and audiovisual monitoring of dance steps using spatiotemporal motion templates; 68
Malekshahi, Armita – Investigation on Restaurant Layout Design; 2013 136
Mehl, Matthias R, Conner, Tamlin S. – Handbook of Research Methods for Studying Daily life; 137
Meijerink, M. – De maakbaarheid van kwaliteit. De veranderingen voor culturele instellingen door de invoering van vraaggestuurde cultuureducatie; 2014. 69
Meschiari, M. – Amsterdam zuid station: Place of transitional momevements of life (2014); 70
Miller J, Carlson L.- Selecting landmarks in novel environments. 71
Mollerup, Per – Wayshowing in Hospital (artikel); 72
Money, Annemarie – Material Culture and the Living Room The appropriation and use of goods in everyday life 138
Moreno, Sergio; Gil; Brent Ritchie, J. R – Understanding the Museum Image Formation Process : A Comparison of Residents and Tourists; 73
Myers, Misha – Walk with me, talk with me. The art of conversive wayfinding. 74
O’Connor, Justin – A Special Kind of City Knowledge”: Innovative Clusters, Tacit Knowledge and the ‘Creative City’; 2004 75
Olsen, Björnar – Material Culture after Text: Re-Membering Things 139
onbekend – Gedrag in beleid: Met psychologie en gedragseconomie het mobiliteitsbeleid versterken. 76
Oral History Project – 77
Ou L-C, Luo MR, Woodcock A, Wright A (2004) – A study of colour emotion and colour preference. Part 1: Colour emotions for single colors. 140
Oyen van, Renk -2013 – Gastcollege experience design, AVANS hoge school; Marketing, 4e jaars studenten. 108
Oyen van, Renk -2014 – Designing Lucy – concept, projectorganisatie, programmering; 141
Oyen van, Renk -2014 – Muziekcentrum De Toonzaal, concepten voor grenzen & acoustic community; Belevingsconcept Toonzaal 78
Oyen van, Renk -2014 – Reizen in je hoofd: De smaak van cirkels, de vorm van zuur; essay. 79
Oyen van, Renk -2014 – Virtually Yours – MoJo network for UGC television (multimediaconcept) 80
Oyen van, Renk -2014 – Yo-MoJo: televisie-sjabloonprogramma jongeren en mobile journalism; 81
Palmer, Stephen E; Schloss, Karen B. : An ecological valence theory of human color preference. 142
Paquette & McCartney Soundwalking and the Bodily Exploration of Places; 82
Paulos, Eric. Goodman, Elizabeth – The Familiar Stranger: Anxiety, Comfort, and Play in Public Places 83
Pierroux – Guiding meaning on guided tours – narratives of art and learning in museums; 84
Pink, Sarah – Home Truths: Gender, Domestic Objects and Everyday Life. 143
Platz F. & Kopiez R; 2013. “When the first impression counts: Music performers, audience and evaluation of stage entrance behaviour – Performers impression-management with regard to the audiences impression-formation”. 85
Radicche, A – Emotional Geography and soundscape studies, beyond the cognitive approach in soundmapping urban spaces. 86
Redbourne, e.a. (2009) – The audience experience: measuring quality in the performing arts; 87
Revill, George – El Tren Fantasma: arcs of sound and the acoustic spaces of landscape. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers; 2014; 88
Robinson, Mark – Understanding Crowd Behaviours Volume 1 – Practical Guidance and Lessons 89
Robinson, Mark – Understanding Crowd Behaviours Volume 2 – Supporting theory and evidence 90
Robson Stephani ea – Consumers’ Responses to Table Spacing in Restaurants 144
Rose, Alice. The Storyteller’s Journey. Carpinteria, CA: Pacifica Graduate Institute, 2001. 91
Sharp, David – Using plate mapping to examine portion size and plate composition for large and small divided plates 145
Shaw, Robert – Controlling Darkness: Self, Dark and the Domestic Night. 146
Shove, Elizabeth ea – Time, Consumption and Everyday Life: Practice, Materiality and Culture. 147
Shove, Elizabeth & Walker, Gordon /-  Governing transitions in the sustainability of everyday life. 148
Slone, Edward e.a. – Floor Plan Connectivity Influences Wayfinding Performance in Virtual Environments; 92
Smith, Mark Michael – Sensing the Past: Seeing, Hearing, Smelling, Tasting, and Touching in History; 93
Southerton, Dale; Shove, Elizabeth & Warde, Alan – Harried and Hurried’: time shortage and the co-ordination of everyday life 149
Souza e Silva de, Adriana – From Cyber to Hybrid: Mobile Technologies as Interfaces of Hybrid Spaces (Space and Culture 2006); 94
Sparacino, Flavia – Sensing Places – Museum intelligence: using interactive technologies for effective communication and storytelling in the Puccini set designer- exhibit; 95
Spence, Charles – Looking for crossmodal correspondences between classical music and fine wine 150
Spence, Charles – Unraveling the mystery of the rounder, sweeter chocolate bar 151
Spence, Charles and Ngo, Mary Kim – Assessing the shape symbolism of the taste, flavour, and texture of foods and beverages 152
Spence, Charles ea – Looking for crossmodal correspondences between classical music and fine wine 153
Sternberg, Robert J., and Joseph Horvath A. Tacit Knowledge in Professional Practice: Researcher and Practitioner Perspectives. Mahwah, NJ: L. Erlbaum, 1999. 96
Stoop, A.; 2013 – ” De live-stream van het Concertgebouw.” 97
Tapia, Andrea H.; LaLone, Nicolas – Crowdsourcing Rare Events: Using Curiosity to Draw Participants into Science and Early Warning Systems. 98
Tuuri, Kai – Choreographies at Home as Objects of Design. 154
Tzortzi, Kali – An approach of the microstructure of the gallery space: The case of the Sainsbury Wing. 99
Veen, Sabine – Beleefdheid in reclames: Een cross-linguïstisch onderzoek naar beleefdheid in reclames uit Engeland en Nederland 155
Vestergaard, Line e.a – The museum lobby as a transformative space; 100
Vilar Rosales, Marta – The domestic work of consumption: materiality, migration and home-making. 156
Vilar, Elisângela e.a. – Effects of competing environmental variables and signage on route-choices in simulated everyday and emergency wayfinding situations; 101
Vos, Laura – The effects of lighting and disorder on the perception of social safety of waiting passengers at a railway station platform; (2013) 157
Wansink, Brian & Sobal, Jeffery; 2007 – Mindless Eating : The 200 Daily Food Decisions We Overlook 158
Weiss, Ali – Museum Signage Design and Implementation; 102
Ytreberg – “Working notions of active audiences” 103
Ytreberg; 2004 – “Formatting participation within broadcast media production” 104
Ytreberg; 2005 -“Scripts and mediated communication” 105
Ytreberg: – “Extended liveness and eventfulness in multi-platform reality formats” 106
Ytreberg: – “Premeditations of performance in recent live television: a scripting approach to media production studies” 107

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