The article examines how sociological theories e. Various sociological subfields, such as sociology of culture, community and urban sociology, environmental sociology, and sociology of space and place also have close connections to architectural sociology. Architectural sociology focuses on how architecture influences and is influenced by society and its organizations, as well as by human behavior.
Cultural sociology[ edit ] Architecture is the visual shape "Gestalt" of society.
And within that, all the various building types architecture of consumption, of mobility, of the political and religious, as well as factories, prisons, cinema buildings, etc. Sociology of architectonic artifacts[ edit ] The sociology of technology offers approaches to a sociology of architectonic artifacts.
Initially, this sociology is interested in technical matters. While buildings as art and technic are not in the core of this discipline.
The perspective of architecture as artifact would be the question of 'interactions' between architecture and subject: Urban sociology and sociology of space[ edit ] The term " social space " is used by Pierre Bourdieu and others in contrast to architecture or built environment in a more abstract sense: Georg Simmel founded such a sociology of space and always watched the architecture of society.
Simmel unfolded also an urban sociology his articles were read in Chicago school: Urban sociology primarily deals with social structures within the city: Recently, there is a research focus on "differences of cities", which will be more associated with a sociology of architecture.
Ronald Daus is introducing new concepts in this area, studying the history of extra- European Megacities. Paul Jones, The Sociology of Architecture: Constructing Identities, Liverpool University Press in print.
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Chadoin Olivier, Grudet Isabelle Dir.Relevance of sociology to architecture 1. ARC/13/01/ Relevance of Sociology to Architecture Architecture and urban space play an important role among the sociological and psychological factors that influence humans and their wellbeing.
Architectural sociology, the sociology of architecture, a little known discipline, studies how our physical environment influences how we live together and behave toward one another in social. Relationship Between Sociology And Architecture.
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THE INTERTWINED RELATIONSHIP BETWEEM SOCIOLOGY AND ARCHITECTURE: Sociology is the scientific study of human behavior while architecture is defined as the planning, designing and oversight of the construction of buildings.