The growth of a field of research and scholarship is signaled by many events, including an outpouring of research, theory, and methodological contributions. But the establishment of a field is also reflected in institutional events, such as the founding of new organizations, the convening of conferences, the appearance of books and journals, and the formation of professional societies. So it is that we have witnessed in recent years the birth and growth of research on comparative or cross-cultural aspects of human behavior.
KeywordsUrban Form Personal Spacing Institutional Event Perceptual Style Environmental Aesthetics
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