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Varför Lund? En analys av fem urbana orter i tusentalets Skåne och jämförelser av förutsättningar för urbanisering

Sjöbeck, Amanda LU (2012) ARKH04 20121
Historical Archaeology
Abstract
The urbanization term is widely used in contexts, when discussing urban emergence. However, the term linked to processes multidimensional which requires a wide perspective on what forms the basis for changes in the landscape. It is not only the origin that is essential in urban development matters, but also how the multi-dimensional processes vary with different factors in the landscape over time, that is, how and why an urban environment continues to be continuous. What conditions in the landscape can be seen as best suited for an urban process? What has promoted continuity in some urban environments, and why have others faded? With these questions, I have investigated the west Scanian town Lund and the surrounding towns Lomma,... (More)
The urbanization term is widely used in contexts, when discussing urban emergence. However, the term linked to processes multidimensional which requires a wide perspective on what forms the basis for changes in the landscape. It is not only the origin that is essential in urban development matters, but also how the multi-dimensional processes vary with different factors in the landscape over time, that is, how and why an urban environment continues to be continuous. What conditions in the landscape can be seen as best suited for an urban process? What has promoted continuity in some urban environments, and why have others faded? With these questions, I have investigated the west Scanian town Lund and the surrounding towns Lomma, Löddeköpinge, Dalby and Uppåkra, during the 1000's with the aim to obtain a clearer insight into why Lund, has a history of continuity. (Less)
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Sjöbeck, Amanda LU
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ARKH04 20121
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M2 - Bachelor Degree
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Swedish
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2541604
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  abstract     = {The urbanization term is widely used in contexts, when discussing urban emergence. However, the term linked to processes multidimensional which requires a wide perspective on what forms the basis for changes in the landscape. It is not only the origin that is essential in urban development matters, but also how the multi-dimensional processes vary with different factors in the landscape over time, that is, how and why an urban environment continues to be continuous. What conditions in the landscape can be seen as best suited for an urban process? What has promoted continuity in some urban environments, and why have others faded? With these questions, I have investigated the west Scanian town Lund and the surrounding towns Lomma, Löddeköpinge, Dalby and Uppåkra, during the 1000's with the aim to obtain a clearer insight into why Lund, has a history of continuity.},
  author       = {Sjöbeck, Amanda},
  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Varför Lund? En analys av fem urbana orter i tusentalets Skåne och jämförelser av förutsättningar för urbanisering},
  year         = {2012},
}