By M. Pearson
Structure is a robust medium for representing, ordering and classifying the area; that means should be created and transformed by means of defining symbolic obstacles, analogues and metaphors. For over a decade archaeologists were utilizing innovations of the symbolic use of house. Contributions to "Architecture and Order" diversity from reviews of hunter-gatherer camp association to using house in classical and medieval worlds. in addition to archaeological case stories, there are contributions exploring elements of anthropological, social, psychiatric and architectural thought.
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An interesting proposal on the ritual marking of physical boundaries and transitions is Architecture and Order 24 that such zones may be elaborated or decorated. Braithwaite (1982) suggested that decoration may be used as a ritual marker for ambiguities in the social order where hidden meanings are necessary for group interests. She showed that, among the Azande, decoration was used to mark transactions between women and men (which also included transformations between raw and cooked, and mixing of other conceptual categories).
Architecture and Order: Approaches to Social Space (Material Cultures) by M. Pearson