Digital Social Networks and the Temporary Reconciliation of Abandoned Urban land
This is an example MA dissertation uploaded by Chartered Landscape Architect Benjamin Brace.
Digital Social Networks and the reconciliation of abandoned urban land - the formulation of a process model for urban change
A written dissertation submitted in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Arts in Landscape Architecture at Writtle School of Design, Writtle College. October 2012.
Click on the links below to open the PDFs:
- Research proposal.
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