By Edward Denison
The 50 most vital ideas and kinds in structure, every one defined in part a minute. The bestselling 30-Second sequence deals a brand new method of studying approximately these topics you are feeling you need to relatively comprehend. each identify takes a favored subject and dissects it into the 50 most important principles at its center. every one notion, regardless of how complicated, is defined utilizing an insignificant pages, three hundred phrases, and one photograph: all simply digested in just part a minute. 30-Second structure provides you with the rules of architectural wisdom. professional authors are challenged to outline and describe either the rules upon which architects rely, and the kinds with which they placed these rules into perform. So, which will comprehend your arch out of your elevation, and your Baroque out of your Brutalism, otherwise you desire to replenish your subsequent banquet with a stirring speech on how shape follows functionality, this can be the fastest approach to construct your argument.
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Bullying Children’s social life isn’t automatically harmonious. Shyness, possessive ownership, dog-in-the-mangerism aren’t uncommon. 3 Whether verbal or physical, this can scar for life. 5 Such environmental factors are avoidable. Most bullying takes place at or near school – usually in public spaces, such as toilets, cloakrooms, corridors, playgrounds and their hidden edges. But bullying isn’t just opportunistic. It has multiple roots. These include animal behaviour6 (hens in confined spaces ‘hen-peck’ the weakest to death), competitive dominance,7 violence at home8 and compensation for insecurity: animal, social, cultural and individual-spirit levels.
2 Lecture by child psychologist Amons, Christie (2005) at The Integrity of the Child conference. Anthroposophy Worldwide, No. 3. 3 Riscke, Elke-Maria (1985) Pedagogical aspects of kindergarten architecture. In Flinspach, Jürgen (1985) Waldorfkindergärten Bauen. Unpublished translation by Luborsky, Peter (1988). 4 Skantze, Ann, in Lundahl, Gunilla, ed. (1995) Hus och Rum för Små Barn. Arkus. 5 Meyerkort, Margaret Kindergarten architecture and equipment. Compiled by Elvira Rychlak. Unpublished. 6 Nordström, Maria (1990) Barns boendeförställningar i ett 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 utvecklinspsykologiskt perspektiv.
42 Dubos, Rene (1973) the Biological Basis of Urban Design. Ekistics April 1973, quoted in Venolia, C. (1988) Healing Environments. Celestial Arts. This page intentionally left blank PART II Health: physical, developmental and social This page intentionally left blank CHAPTER 4 Social relationships and place School society Children’s social horizons normally expand slowly. Until playgroup or kindergarten, most live in a home-based society – unchallenging and securely small. This makes the unfamiliar social exposure a sudden jolt.
30-Second Architecture: The 50 Most Signicant Principles and Styles in Architecture, Each Explained in Half a Minute by Edward Denison