Browse College of Fine and Applied Arts by Contributor "Anthony, Kathryn H."
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(Challenge, California State Polytechnic University Alumni Magazine, 1983)
Breaking the wall, preserving the barrier: gender, space, and power in contemporary mosque architecture in Yogyakarta, Indonesia (2013-08-22)Sex segregation, particularly one that is reinforced in the name of religion, is often blamed for fortifying gender discrimination in society as a whole. This dissertation examines this assumption in Islamic society and ...
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The clinic and the community: exploring the role of the designed environment in the creation of social value (2015-07-14)This study proposes that nonprofit healthcare organizations can function as social entrepreneurs, using the designed environment as a critical resource to address health and wellness issues within the community beyond their ...
Evidence-based design for childbirth environments: the impacts of window view and daylight exposure on the health of post-cesarean section women (2015-04-23)Hospital caesarean rates in the U.S. have soared to a record high of over 32.9% in 2009, making Cesarean Section a significant issue for women’s health. Prior studies have shown that natural and physical environments have ...
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Space sharing, territoriality, and situational environments in Shanghai's high-rise gated developments (2013-05-24)The exponential growth of gated developments in many major Chinese cities has spawned a profound and far-reaching transformation of China’s urban spaces. Incorporating real physical barriers, defensive technologies, and ...