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The normalization principle and some major implications to architectural-environmental design

Barrier Free Environments

Author: Wolfensberger, Wolf
Type: Book Section
Year: 1977


This chapter deals with those interior and exterior aspects of a human service facility that have social or physical implications to a citizen's skill development, personal growth, self image, public image or social integration. The theoretical base for this chapter consists of an orientation to the research and theory concerned with the processes by which people value or devalue other people.

Further Details

Author: Bednar, M. J.
Pages: 135-169
Section: 8
Publish Location: Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania
Accession Number: October, 2011
Notes: Various photocopied chapters of this book. Complete book available at Level 9, Main Library (P 720/77 A)
Keywords: North America, cognitive, mobility, design
Reads: 249