Zhigaltsova Tatiana

Zhigaltsova Tatiana
Northern Arctic Federal University · Culture and Religious Studies

Doctor of Philosophy
http://emogeography.com https://www.instagram.com/zhigaltsova.t/

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The paper investigates the emotional foundation of sense of place in small urban environments. The study was based on an anonymous questionnaire exploring various emotions in relation to urban environments in two small northern cities Haparanda (Sweden) and Tornio (Finland). The study revealed that senior citizens mentioned emotions connected to th...
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The article is devoted to the architecture of one of the outstanding monuments of wooden architecture of the XVII century – the Ascension Church in the village of Kushereka, vividly and distinctly representing the architectural traditions of the White Sea. The research is aimed at identifying the interrelationships of all-Russian architectural infl...
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The paper analyzes the architectural and spatial design and toponymic structure of Pomor settlements based on authors archival and field data. It also updates structure and elements of cultural landscape, identifies and describes regional features of the architectural and spatial organization of the settlement and the type of its spatial perception...
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The paper deals with the history and architecture of the wooden architecture complex, situated in Maloshuyka (modern name — Abramovskaya village) in Onega District, Arkhangelsk Region. It describes the construction history of the Sretenskaya (Meeting of the Lord) Church (1873) and the bell tower (1807) in detail on the basis of the field research a...
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Introduction. The Saint Nicholas Church in Maloshuyka, dated 1638, is notable for being one of the earliest known examples of a widely spread type of wooden temple. Despite its historical and cultural significance, this object remains largely unstudied. To better understand the development of Russian wooden church construction and set up a typology...
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The article gives an overview of the concepts of “feeling of place”, “place attachment” and “sense of security” in phenomenological tradition in the fields of geography, psychology, and culture studies. The author demonstrates the utility ofthe drawing method in the interpretation of "sense of security" in relation not only to specific places, but...
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The article describes three stages of constructing the Church of the Theotokos of Tikhvin in the village of Yudmozero located in the Onega district of the Arkhangelsk region, which were discovered through the analysis of data retrieved from the State Archive of the Arkhangelsk Region, and the architectural features of these stages. The construction...
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Recent urban studies give particular attention to the concept of place attachment. A modern settlement, first and foremost, represents a space that is emotionally comfortable for the local residents. The goal of this research consists in the analysis of emotional attachment and/or rejection to specific places in a small rural locality of Komsomolsk...
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In the article, within the framework of emotional geography, the “unloved places” of the children of a provincial city are identified and investigated, the types of “unloved places” - “open” and “closed”, are distinguished. At the center of the work is the concept of "heterotopy", introduced into scientific circulation by the French philosopher Mic...
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The article presents a study of the image of a small Arctic city and the architectural-spatial environment based on the results of a survey of residents of the Far North. The city of Nikel in the Murmansk region, located in the Arctic zone of the Russian Federation, is taken as an example. Purpose of the work: study of the image of the place of res...
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The aim of the study was to identify the architec- tural and structural features of the cult ensemble (“church triplet”) and its location in the cultural landscape of the Pomor settlement (Vorzogory vil- lage, Onega District, Arkhangelsk region). Biblio- graphical, historical and archival methods were used, the architectural and ethnographic examin...
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Contemporary urban studies deal with emotional connection between the inhabitants and their places of living. It is important for residents to experience place attachment and security in order to prevent migration. The author hypothesizes that the city must satisfy the residents’ need for comfort, security, beauty, cleanliness, and feeling of uniqu...
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This article is the preliminary result of research “The image of the provincial town”. The author presents a definition and justification of the «mental map» to the local urban studies. The author identifies the places of disquiet which allow for the survey of transformation that men- tal values by children and teenagers in the provincial town to t...

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The project “Emotional Geography” is aimed at the study of the emotional connection of the people with their places of residence http://emogeography.com.