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Designing "Community" in the Cherry Hill Mall: The Social Production of a Consumer Space
Perspectives in Vernacular Architecture
Vol. 9, Constructing Image, Identity, and Place (2003), pp. 263-275
Published by: Vernacular Architecture Forum
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/3514438
Page Count: 13
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