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Time policies, urban policies and planning

Fernandes, José; Chamusca, Pedro; Frago, Lluís; Gasnier, Arnaud; Kärrholm, Mattias LU and Pujol, Charlotte (2015) In Revista de Geografia e Ordenamento do Território (Journal of Geography and Spatial Planning) 4(7). p.129-157
Abstract
Over the past few decades, significant social and economic transformations had a relevant correspondence in processes of territorial complexification, urban fragmentation and spatial injustice. Literature and research shows that these processes have also a very important temporal dimension, associated to a transition from an industrial society of synchronized rhythms to more heterogeneous everyday experiences where more individualized time-space associations of a growing number of people are based on atypical agendas and working hours. This article, that is associated with the Urban-Net project Chronotope, profiting from its discussions and results, takes as central the relation between time policies, urban policies and planning, analyzing... (More)
Over the past few decades, significant social and economic transformations had a relevant correspondence in processes of territorial complexification, urban fragmentation and spatial injustice. Literature and research shows that these processes have also a very important temporal dimension, associated to a transition from an industrial society of synchronized rhythms to more heterogeneous everyday experiences where more individualized time-space associations of a growing number of people are based on atypical agendas and working hours. This article, that is associated with the Urban-Net project Chronotope, profiting from its discussions and results, takes as central the relation between time policies, urban policies and planning, analyzing differences between Oporto/Portugal, Barcelona/Spain, Malmoe/Sweden and Toulouse/France. (Less)
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Revista de Geografia e Ordenamento do Território (Journal of Geography and Spatial Planning)
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  abstract     = {Over the past few decades, significant social and economic transformations had a relevant correspondence in processes of territorial complexification, urban fragmentation and spatial injustice. Literature and research shows that these processes have also a very important temporal dimension, associated to a transition from an industrial society of synchronized rhythms to more heterogeneous everyday experiences where more individualized time-space associations of a growing number of people are based on atypical agendas and working hours. This article, that is associated with the Urban-Net project Chronotope, profiting from its discussions and results, takes as central the relation between time policies, urban policies and planning, analyzing differences between Oporto/Portugal, Barcelona/Spain, Malmoe/Sweden and Toulouse/France.},
  author       = {Fernandes, José and Chamusca, Pedro and Frago, Lluís and Gasnier, Arnaud and Kärrholm, Mattias and Pujol, Charlotte},
  issn         = {2182-1267},
  keyword      = {urban planning},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {7},
  pages        = {129--157},
  publisher    = {CEGOT},
  series       = {Revista de Geografia e Ordenamento do Território (Journal of Geography and Spatial Planning)},
  title        = {Time policies, urban policies and planning},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.17127/got/2015.7.006},
  volume       = {4},
  year         = {2015},
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