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Heterotopia is a term coined by Michel Foucault and literally means “other space.” The term is used to refer to spaces that constitute a break with normal spaces and can accommodate practices that cannot exist in these normalized situations. The exact interpretation is contested. Discussions typically include the relationship to utopia; the nature of what makes these spaces other; the interpretation of space; and the relative position of other spaces to normalized space. The term is particularly popular in the field of urban studies. It offers a site and interpretative framework to a broad range of interdisciplinary discussions.
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cultural geography, modernization, networks, public–private distinction, space‐time spatial thinking, urbanization

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Dehaene, Michiel. “Heterotopia.” The Wiley Blackwell Encyclopedia of Urban and Regional Studies. Wiley, 2019. 1–4. Print.
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Dehaene, M. (2019). Heterotopia. The Wiley Blackwell encyclopedia of urban and regional studies (pp. 1–4). Wiley.
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Dehaene, Michiel. 2019. “Heterotopia.” In The Wiley Blackwell Encyclopedia of Urban and Regional Studies, 1–4. Wiley.
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Dehaene, Michiel. 2019. “Heterotopia.” In The Wiley Blackwell Encyclopedia of Urban and Regional Studies, 1–4. Wiley.
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Dehaene M. Heterotopia. The Wiley Blackwell encyclopedia of urban and regional studies. Wiley; 2019. p. 1–4.
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M. Dehaene, “Heterotopia,” in The Wiley Blackwell encyclopedia of urban and regional studies, Wiley, 2019, pp. 1–4.
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  abstract     = {Heterotopia is a term coined by Michel Foucault and literally means “other space.” The term is used to refer to spaces that constitute a break with normal spaces and can accommodate practices that cannot exist in these normalized situations. The exact interpretation is contested. Discussions typically include the relationship to utopia; the nature of what makes these spaces other; the interpretation of space; and the relative position of other spaces to normalized space. The term is particularly popular in the field of urban studies. It offers a site and interpretative framework to a broad range of interdisciplinary discussions.},
  author       = {Dehaene, Michiel},
  booktitle    = {The Wiley Blackwell encyclopedia of urban and regional studies},
  isbn         = {9781118568453},
  keywords     = {cultural geography,modernization,networks,public–private distinction,space‐time spatial thinking,urbanization},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {1--4},
  publisher    = {Wiley},
  title        = {Heterotopia},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/9781118568446.eurs0134},
  year         = {2019},
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