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Social hållbarhet, offentliga platser och segregering - Tillämpade strategier och metoder i Göteborgs Jubileumspark

Joo, Julia LU (2016) SGEL36 20161
Department of Human Geography
Abstract
Segregation is a counteracting process for social sustainability. Planning practice and the pertinence of social aspects raise public participation as important. Public space, as a meeting place for people to interact, play great significance in exclusionary and inclusionary processes, with relational impacts regarding access and the right to develop the city and themselves. Gothenburg, facing complex problems with segregation, implements various planning strategies to meet these aspects. The strategies include bridging barriers, mixing functions in the urban environment and engaging the public in planning. Planning methods used are public participation and platsbyggnad, a method used to communicate and engage the public, throughout a... (More)
Segregation is a counteracting process for social sustainability. Planning practice and the pertinence of social aspects raise public participation as important. Public space, as a meeting place for people to interact, play great significance in exclusionary and inclusionary processes, with relational impacts regarding access and the right to develop the city and themselves. Gothenburg, facing complex problems with segregation, implements various planning strategies to meet these aspects. The strategies include bridging barriers, mixing functions in the urban environment and engaging the public in planning. Planning methods used are public participation and platsbyggnad, a method used to communicate and engage the public, throughout a building process stretching over seven years. With Gothenburg and the Jubileepark, Jubileumsparken, as a case these strategies and methods elucidates via literature studies, a group interview with officials and observation of the park. (Less)
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author
Joo, Julia LU
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SGEL36 20161
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M2 - Bachelor Degree
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social sustainability, relational impacts, segregation, public place, public participation, Gothenburg, Göteborg
language
Swedish
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8875175
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2016-06-16 09:36:45
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2016-06-16 09:36:45
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  abstract     = {Segregation is a counteracting process for social sustainability. Planning practice and the pertinence of social aspects raise public participation as important. Public space, as a meeting place for people to interact, play great significance in exclusionary and inclusionary processes, with relational impacts regarding access and the right to develop the city and themselves. Gothenburg, facing complex problems with segregation, implements various planning strategies to meet these aspects. The strategies include bridging barriers, mixing functions in the urban environment and engaging the public in planning. Planning methods used are public participation and platsbyggnad, a method used to communicate and engage the public, throughout a building process stretching over seven years. With Gothenburg and the Jubileepark, Jubileumsparken, as a case these strategies and methods elucidates via literature studies, a group interview with officials and observation of the park.},
  author       = {Joo, Julia},
  keyword      = {social sustainability,relational impacts,segregation,public place,public participation,Gothenburg,Göteborg},
  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Social hållbarhet, offentliga platser och segregering - Tillämpade strategier och metoder i Göteborgs Jubileumspark},
  year         = {2016},
}