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Children's play spaces : instances of cricket in multistorey housing in Ahmedabad (Also available on CD)

by Patel, Harini M. (UA1313)
Additional authors: Kashikar, Vishwanath (Guide)
Physical details: 112p.,CD-ROM Year: 2018 List(s) this item appears in: thesis guided by kashikar
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CONTENTS
CHAPTER 1
1.1 Introduction
Premise 8
Research Question 9
Secondary Questions 10
Method 10
Framework of study 11
Scope & Limitations 11
1.2 Children’s play & Affordance of Space
Setting the context 12
Play environment: Children and the event of play 12
Sport of Cricket in the Indian household 13
Rules of cricket- An Overview 14
Literature Review 16
Play and its spatiality: Towards game space 16
Environment & user-centered theory of design: Affordances 17
Play as Behaviour Setting 19
Environment affording Territoriality 20
Cricket as a sport, and as a game among children 21
CHAPTER 2
2.1 Methodology
Conducting the research 26
Framework of study 27
Frame of Analysis 29
2.2 Instances: Representation & Analysis
Instance 1: Indraprasth Towers, Drive In 31
I.i. Situating the activity of play 33
I.ii. Creating the game space 37
I.iii. Defining the play territory 43
Instance 2: Sugam Apartments, Satellite 45
II.i. Situating the activity of play 47
II.ii. Creating the game space 51
II.iii. Defining the play territory 57
Instance 3: B.B. Flats, Navrangpura 59
III.i. Situating the activity of play 61
III.ii. Creating the game space 65
III.iii. Defining the play territory 71
Instance 4: Gopinath Residency, Naranpura 73
IV.i. Situating the activity of play 75
IV.ii. Creating the game space 79
IV.iii. Defining the play territory 85
Summary from instances 86
CHAPTER 3
3.1 Summary
Studying children’s play territories 90
Studying cricket in the household 90
Overview of findings 96
Conclusion from the instances 97
Creation of play territories 98
3.2 Discussion
Notions of play space in housing environments 100
Scope for further study 104
Bibliography 105
Figure Credits 106
List of Instance Images 107
List of Instance Drawings 108
List of Figures 109
List of Charts and Tables 109
Appendix: Field notes & Interviews 110

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