A New Paradigm in Architectural Pedagogy: Integrating Environment-Behavior Studies into Architectural Education Teaching Practices
Ashraf Salama (1998)
Published in IAPS 15 Conference Book
Shifting Balances: Changing Roles in Policy, Research, and Design
Jan Tecklenburg, Joost van Andel, Jos Smeets, and Andrew Seidel (editors).
ISBN: 0-88937-282-9 - PP. 128-138
Originally presented and published in the IAPS-15 Conference Proceedings, Eindhoven, the Netherlands.
Download the full paper http://archnet.org/file-storage/download/IAPS-15_1998_Salama.pdf?inode=317450
or visit IAPS Digital Library http://iaps.scix.net/
Architecture-Urbanism is dedicated to a) those who are interested in creating livable and sustainable environments and buildings that meet socio-cultural and socio-behavioral needs of people, environments that are responsive to historical, traditional and physical constraints, b) to those who are interested in finding panacea for the ills of our globalized world, and c) to those who are interested in regaining what cultures and societies have lost by the acts of architects. ____________________________________________________________________________