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David Seamon

Bio

David Seamon (PhD, 1977, Clark University, Worcester, MA) is a Professor of Environment-Behavior and Place Studies in the Department of Architecture at Kansas State University. His research focuses on a phenomenological approach to environmental and architectural topics. His books include A GEOGRAPHY OF THE LIFEWORLD (1979/2015), DWELLING, PLACE, AND ENVIRONMENT (1985 and co-edited with Robert Mugerauer), DWELLING, SEEING, AND DESIGNING (1993), and GOETHE'S WAY OF SCIENCE: A PHENOMENOLOGY OF NATURE (1998 and co-edited with Arthur Zajonc). His most recent book is LIFE TAKES PLACE: PHENOMENOLOGY, LIFEWORLDS AND PLACE MAKING (Routledge, 2018). He is editor of ENVIRONMENTAL & ARCHITECTURAL PHENOMENOLOGY, which celebrated 25 years of publication in 2014. Seamon's articles and other writings are available at academia.edu.

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Reviews

73

Reviews (last 12 months)

6

Reviews (average per year)

8

Merit

219

Openness

0.0%

Review to Publication ratio

2:1


Journal Impact Factors of journals reviewed for

The distribution of the Journal Impact Factors of journals David Seamon has reviewed for.

David Seamon

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Total reviews over time

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Reviews per month

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Average review length

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Weekly review punchcard

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