Structure of Information Streams as Social-Psychological Factor of Territories Development


  • Konstantin Lidin Irkutsk State Railway University



information flow structure, social-psychology atmosphere, territory development


The structure of information streams defines the social-psychological atmosphere in a district, a city or a region. The main data carrier are people. Thus, the structure and intensity of flows of people is a defining factor of a social-psychological background for development of territories. A set of historical examples prove it. Will depression, or growth and development reign in the territory? Will the development have a sequenced character, or will criminal tendencies start to prevail? The nature of development of territories depends considerably on how flows of information will be organized..


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Author Biography

Konstantin Lidin, Irkutsk State Railway University

Konstantin Lidin, PhD, docent of Irkutsk State Railway University. Konstantin Lidin (born in 1961), the first diploma and a PhD degree in Technical Chemistry. Twenty years’ experience in ore dressing and production of paintwork materials. The second diploma in practical psychology. More than twenty years’ experience as psychotherapist (frustration of the emotional sphere, psychosomatic frustration, neurosises). At the same time he worked as the consultant in architectural and design projects. Co-author and participant in more than fifteen projects. The winner of the “Crystal Dedal” (the highest architectural award of Russia) in 2011 for the participation in the “Historical Quarter in the City of Irkutsk” project. Author of four books and seventy articles. Area of scientific interests: psychology of emotions, economy of emotions, perception of territories, cultural geography


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How to Cite

Lidin, K. (2013). Structure of Information Streams as Social-Psychological Factor of Territories Development. Studies of the Industrial Geography Commission of the Polish Geographical Society, 22, 109–119.