The book is the first attempt to study privacy regulation in multi-cultural environments syntactically, visually and metrically that shed more light on privacy regulation. Moreover, it draws attention to the relationship between culture and space, and the potential of space for fostering the culture of distinct communities. The challenge for architects and urban designers is to facilitate the best spatial conditions for it. The structure of the book can be understood as consisting of three parts (9 chapters). Part one (4 chapters): includes literature about privacy definition, functions, regulating mechanisms, framework within the context of culture ,the interface between private and public spaces. Second part (2 chapters): introduces theory of space syntax and Isovist field, the case study, field survey and observations, the inhabitants lifestyle, and show how they label spaces by function, gender and user identity. Part three (3 chapters): analyses syntactically, and visually the spatial structures for the whole city ,and for the nine selected ethnic communities as embedded within the city and in isolation, conclusions.
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