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03 MARCH 2015

William Barak apartment tower portrait revealed

"After six months under wraps, a 31–storey portrait of indigenous leader William Barak was momentarily revealed to the world on Monday. The 85–metre face has been created in the balconies of a new Grocon apartment building at the former Carlton United and Brewery site on Swanston Street. ...

William Barak was an elder of Melbourne's Wurundjeri tribe, an artist and social justice leader, credited with 'building a bridge between black and white culture'. He died in 1903."

(Aisha Dow, 3 March 2015, The Age)

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19032015apartment block • apartment building • apartment project • apartment tower • architectural facade • Ashton Raggatt McDougall (architects) • Australia • balcony • beardblock printing • Carlton United and Breweries • concrete balconies • Coranderrk • Daniel Grollo • David Waldren • dead indigenous people • facadeface • facial features • Grocon apartment building • Howard Raggatt • Indigenous elder • indigenous leader • Indigenous people • line of sight • Lonsdale Street • Melbourne • moustache • optical effectperceptual organisation • portrait building • Shine of Remembrance • social justice leader • Swanston Street • The Age (newspaper) • tribal chief • vantage pointvisual likeness • William Barak • Wurundjeri community • Wurundjeri elders • Wurundjeri tribe

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Simon Perkins
18 MAY 2014

Gabriel Tarde: The Laws of Imitation

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1903adaptation • beliefs and desires • biological conflict • changing environmentCharles Darwin • civic opinion • collective behaviour • creative associations • cultural innovations • diffusion of innovations • environmentally adaptive inventions • evolution of the species • extralogical factors • extralogical social factors • Francis GaltonGabriel Tarde • human innovation • imitation • intermental activity • international political • inventioninventiveness • mass communications • mass society theory • microsociologymorality • opposing ideas • opposing motivations • opposition • paths of imitation • pattern of activity • physical conflict • prestige hierarchy structures • psychological conflict • public opinion research • rational aspects of a culture • rational development • receptivity • social adjustments • social conflict • social consequencessocial interactionsocial invention • social patterns • social psychology • social system • social variables • societal change • sociologytechnical innovation • The Laws of Imitation

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Simon Perkins
28 JUNE 2006

Charles Booth: London poverty classification maps

"The Maps Descriptive of London Poverty are perhaps the most distinctive product of Charles Booth's Inquiry into Life and Labour in London (1886–1903). An early example of social cartography, each street is coloured to indicate the income and social class of its inhabitants."

(Charles Booth Online Archive)

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1903cartography • Charles Booth • classificationdemographygeographygovernance • house by house • human geography • labour survey • London • Londoners • mapmap of Londonmapping • policy research • poverty • public administration • qualitative descriptionsquantitative dataslumsocial classsocial geographysocial science • social surveys • sociologystatisticsUKurban studies
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