CRC 1265/1: Geographic Imaginations: People's Sense of Security and Insecurity in a Cross-Generational Comparison (A01)

The research project examines spatial concepts and emotional challenges posed by the re-figuration of spaces in terms of subjective experiences of security and insecurity. Based on group discussion, photo elicitation and problem-focused interviews with three age cohorts in Vancouver, Berlin and Singapore, their ideal-typical geographic imaginations are traced and analysed. The project pursues the question of whether and how security-related spatial knowledge is influenced by age, status and social background.

Principal Investigators
Helbrecht, Ilse Prof. Dr. (Details) (Cultural and Social Geography)

Participating external organizations

Duration of Project
Start date: 01/2018
End date: 12/2021

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