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Polycentrism som planeringsstrategi

Sjöholm, Mattias LU (2012) SGEL16 20121
Department of Human Geography
Abstract
The purpose of this thesis is to discuss polycentrism to better understand it and its function in todays planning. To achieve this are this thesis based upon three different parts. First there is a compilation of the most important and available theory on this matter. Among others is Walter Christaller one of the scientists that are described here. His Central place theory had a great impact on how we think about polycentrism today. The next part is based on official documents from various instances connected to either planning as such or to polycentrism in specific. The primary documents for this part are from Region Skåne and foremost the report called Flerkärnighet i Skåne. In this document their thoughts on polycentrism very well... (More)
The purpose of this thesis is to discuss polycentrism to better understand it and its function in todays planning. To achieve this are this thesis based upon three different parts. First there is a compilation of the most important and available theory on this matter. Among others is Walter Christaller one of the scientists that are described here. His Central place theory had a great impact on how we think about polycentrism today. The next part is based on official documents from various instances connected to either planning as such or to polycentrism in specific. The primary documents for this part are from Region Skåne and foremost the report called Flerkärnighet i Skåne. In this document their thoughts on polycentrism very well described. At the end of the thesis the conclusion lies which contains the main discussion. The theory and the empirical data is combined to revel the answers to the question formulation that been made. Polycentrism is often very present in todays planning, however not always completely acknowledged by the planners. So how much does actually our awareness affect the outcome? (Less)
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Sjöholm, Mattias LU
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SGEL16 20121
year
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M2 - Bachelor Degree
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keywords
Availability, Central place theory, Christaller, ESPON, Polycentrism, Planning, Region Skåne, Sustainability
language
Swedish
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2545150
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2012-11-05 14:52:08
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2012-11-05 14:52:08
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  abstract     = {The purpose of this thesis is to discuss polycentrism to better understand it and its function in todays planning. To achieve this are this thesis based upon three different parts. First there is a compilation of the most important and available theory on this matter. Among others is Walter Christaller one of the scientists that are described here. His Central place theory had a great impact on how we think about polycentrism today. The next part is based on official documents from various instances connected to either planning as such or to polycentrism in specific. The primary documents for this part are from Region Skåne and foremost the report called Flerkärnighet i Skåne. In this document their thoughts on polycentrism very well described. At the end of the thesis the conclusion lies which contains the main discussion. The theory and the empirical data is combined to revel the answers to the question formulation that been made. Polycentrism is often very present in todays planning, however not always completely acknowledged by the planners. So how much does actually our awareness affect the outcome?},
  author       = {Sjöholm, Mattias},
  keyword      = {Availability,Central place theory,Christaller,ESPON,Polycentrism,Planning,Region Skåne,Sustainability},
  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Polycentrism som planeringsstrategi},
  year         = {2012},
}