Most environmental psychology researchers now agree that particular locations within the environment harbour rich significance for individuals and groups. There is a great deal of productive debate about the cognitive and affective processes that give rise to this significance; it is clear, however, that the significance of places can include both deep emotional attachment and more abstract aesthetic enjoyment. "Giving Places Meaning" shows the value of studying meanings in context and the ways in which they give our world significance.
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