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Asquith, LA 2010, Space Use and Claim: An Evaluation of the Domestic Spatial Arrangement in Family Homes, First, Lambert Academic Publishing, Germany.
Publication based on the authors PhD
This special issue of Crime Prevention and Community Safety: An International Journal comprises select papers presented at the First International Design+Crime Conference and Exhibition held at the University of Technology, Sydney, Australia in December 2012. Design+Crime provided a transdisciplinary forum for discussion on how the disciplines of design and criminology are becoming interlinked in crime prevention practice and academia. Academics and practitioners from design, urban planning, architecture, as well as criminology, law enforcement, social geography and policy development shared in this unique discussion and showcased a growing collection of innovative approaches to crime prevention.
Asquith, LA 2012, 'Innovative and Cost effective design solutions to help tackle ATM Crime', Security Insider, vol. Feb/Mar, pp. 18-21.
Asquith, LA 2012, 'Safety by Design: A look into an alternative plan to combat forecourt crime', Australian Convenience and Petroleum Marketers Association Magazine, vol. Nov, pp. 26-28.
Asquith, LA 2012, 'The Role of Security in Designing Out Crime', Security Insider, vol. Oct/Nov, pp. 35-36.
Asquith, LA 2008, 'Review of DJM van der Voordt and HBR van Wegen, Architecture in Use', Architectural Science Review, vol. 51, no. 1.
Asquith, LA 2007, 'Researching Domestic Space Use: Creating and Adapting Methods for Housing Studies', International Journal of Interdisciplinary Social Sciences, vol. 2, no. 2, pp. 11-18.
Research on domestic space use usually either concentrates on spatial type, the physical boundaries that frame the spaces we use, or on the cultural and behavioural codes that determine the way space is used and claimed within the home. Little research has been done which integrates approaches from architecture, anthropology, sociology and behavioural studies. These approaches and the methods that can be adapted or developed from them are integral to any understanding of domestic space use.The family as a unit, which embodies many relationships, not only between men and women, adults and children, but also between siblings, can best illustrate the complex nature of space itself and the meaning attached to it by individuals from within the family. The houses we live in are not simply physical structures containing our daily lives and routines. They are an integral part of our culture system and the study of families within the home is important not only in assessing or re-assessing the design process, but in relation to the wider cultural, anthropological and sociological aspects of life itself. This paper illustrates the validity of integrated approaches and methods to assessing space use contributing to knowledge and understanding to spatial and social practices within the home.
Asquith, LA 1998, 'Review of S.C Aitken Family Fantasies and Community Space', Urban Design International, vol. 3, no. 2, pp. 79-79.
Asquith, LA & Kaldor, LJ 2012, 'Design+Crime Conference: Abstracts and Select Proceedings', Design+Crime Conference: Abstracts and Select Proceedings, Design+Crime International Conference, DOC documents, Sydney, Australia, pp. 1-109.
Asquith, LA 2008, 'The Multi-Generational Workplace: A Two Phase Research Project', Core-Net Global Auckland Symposium, Auckland.
Asquith, LA 2008, 'The Multi-Generational Workplace: A Two Phase Research Project', Core-Net Global Annual Conference, Auckland, New Zealand.
Asquith, LA 2008, 'The Multi-Generational Workplace: Supporting Talent with Strategic Workplace Design', Core-Net Global Sydney Symposium, Sydney.
Asquith, LA 2006, 'Evaluating and Illusytrating Domestic Space Use: Collecting and Analysing Behavioual data for Space Syntax Analysis', Space Syntax and Spatial Cognition Workshop, Universitat Bremen, Germany.
Asquith, LA Designing out Crime, UTS 2013, Barangaroo Headland Park Design and Operations Review, pp. 1-34, UTS Sydney.
Asquith, LA Designing out Crime,UTS 2013, Service Station Design Review, pp. 1-23, UTS, Sydney.
Rayment, M, Asquith, LA & Kaldor, L Designing out Crime UTS 2013, Circular Quay revisited, pp. 1-41, Sydney.
Report on Winter School
Wan, K, Asquith, LA, Wong, J & Klippan, L Designing out Crime 2013, BWS Armed Robbery Mitigation: Phase 1 Report, pp. 1-33, UTS.
Asquith, LA Designing out Crime, UTS 2012, Copper Theft Research Report, pp. 1-21, UTS, Sydney.
Asquith, LA DOCR Issues Brief 2011, Number Plate Recognition Technology(ANPR) : service station installation, pp. 1-4, UTS Sdney.
Asquith, LA Designing out Crime, UTS 2011, Report on Crime Preventative Design and Management of Sydney Parks, pp. 1-70, UTS, Sydney.