Activity space is a crucial perspective of studying people’s activity locations and their interactions with urban space. Current studies of activity space mainly focus on certain specific social groups or limited to several neighbourhoods. Few research have examined the overall activity space in a city. This study aims to examine activity space from the perspective of urban social areas. By looking into the relationship between urban social areas and activity space, daily activities performed by people from different urban social areas are revealed. More specifically, two research questions are asked:
ABOUT THE SPEAKER
Miss SHI Run is a second-year PhD student in the Department of Urban Planning and Design at the University of Hong Kong. She holds a master’s degree in science at University of Stuttgart and a bachelor’s degree in science at Wuhan University, focusing on remote sensing and Geographic Information Science. Her
research interests are on urban mobility and urban big data in China.
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