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Evoking a sense of place
|Statement||edited by Joann P. Krieg ; with an introduction by Natalie A. Naylor.|
|Series||Long Island studies|
|Contributions||Krieg, Joann P., Long Island Studies Institute., Long Island Studies Conference (1986 : Hofstra University)|
|LC Classifications||F127.L8 E95 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||186 p. :|
|Number of Pages||186|
|LC Control Number||88000570|
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Sense of place—the way we perceive places such as streets, communities, cities or ecoregions—influences our well-being, how we describe and interact with a place, what we value in a place, our respect for ecosystems and other species, how we perceive the.
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