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  • The changing practice of urban planning in spéc..
  • Die geograaf in die praktyk van stedelike beplanning The geographer in urban planning practice
  • Geographers in planning practice in South Africa are restricted in the areas of employment by a lack of training in urban and regional planning. - (AJC)
  • Bunkerology - a case study in the theory and practice of urban exploration
  • Internet ; Site preservation ; Town ; Urban environment
  • The paper reviews existing academic interpretations of urban exploration and argues that focus on identifying the emancipatory dimension of this practice has failed to account for the orientation evident in the study of accounts of exploration
  • of Cold War bunkers posted on urban exploration Internet forums.
  • Bangkok : place, practice and representation
  • Bangkok ; Daily life ; Inner city ; Large city ; Slum ; Thailand ; Urban geography ; Urban practice ; Urban settlement ; Urban society ; Urban structure
  • The book is divided into two parts. 1- Krung to global city : the dynamics of transformation ; 2- Making Bangkok : studies in place, practice and representation. The work is an in-depth study of the institutions and the people who shaped the Thai
  • metropolis. Adopting insights from anthropology, urban studies and human geography, the A. examines the city's variety from the inner-city slums to the rural-urban fringe. He explains the daily life of the city's inhabitants, middle class suburbanites
  • Performing resistance ? Re-reading practices of urban cycling on London's South Bank
  • Cycling ; Daily life ; England ; London ; Mobility ; Neighbourhood ; Public space ; Redevelopment ; United Kingdom ; Urban area ; Urban practice ; Urban regeneration
  • The paper focuses on the urban cycling practices of bike trails and BMX in order to illustrate that these practices are perhaps not as resistant as previous accounts have argued. Using ethnographic methods, it discusses the practice and reception
  • Urban planning practice : piecemeal approaches to the built environment
  • Households and their spatial-energetic practices. Searching for sustainable urban forms
  • Behaviour ; Energy consumption ; Groningen ; Household behaviour ; Netherlands (The) ; Spatial behaviour ; Sustainable development ; Urban morphology ; Urban planning
  • This study aims to obtain more insight into the extent to which the urban form plays a role in the household's spatial-energetic practices in order to broaden our understanding of the opportunities to achieve a more sustainable future. The study
  • The practices and process of neighborhood : the (re)production of Riverwest, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
  • Identity ; Place ; Social movement ; Socio-economic system ; United States of America ; Urban district ; Urban geography ; Urban policy ; Urban practice ; Wisconsin
  • Caring for workers' dependents. Gender, class and local state practice in Melbourne
  • Australia ; Community ; Local government ; Melbourne ; Participation ; Services ; Social relations ; Social service ; Urban society ; Victoria ; Woman
  • Focusing on child-care provision, but with some reference also to services for aged dependents, the paper describes the community-service practice of two Melbourne municipalities and the class and gender biases they incorporate.
  • Not over your dead bodies ! A Lacanian interpretation of urban planning discourse and practice
  • Australia ; Discourse ; Ideology ; Urban planning ; Western Australia
  • Cities within the city : do-it-yourself urbanism and the right to the city
  • Activism ; Appropriation of land ; Australia ; Citizenship ; Creativity ; Local policy ; Right to the city ; Sydney ; Urban area ; Urban policy ; Urbanism
  • The article asks to what extent such practices constitute a new form of urban politics that might give birth to a more just and democratic city. In answering this question, it considers these so-called ‘do-it-yourself urbanisms’ from the perspective
  • of the ‘right to the city’. After critically assessing that concept, it argues that in order for do-it-yourself urbanist practices to generate a wider politics of the city through the appropriation of urban space, they also need to assert new forms of authority
  • in the city based on the equality of urban inhabitants. This claim is illustrated through an analysis of the do-it-yourself practices of Sydney-based activist collective BUGA UP and the New York and Madrid Street Advertising Takeovers.
  • Moving cities : rethinking the materialities of urban geographies
  • Car ; Mobility ; Urban geography ; Urban life ; Urban practice ; Urban sociology ; Urbanity
  • The senses as direct theoreticians in practice
  • Art ; Creativity ; Esthetics ; Marxism ; Social geography ; Urban landscape ; Urban policy
  • In this article, the authors turn to the twofold understanding of aesthetics found within Marx’s cri-tique of political economy, using this as a lens through which to learn from the practices of insurgent artists and anarchitects as they perform
  • ‘relational urban interventions’ in the cities of London and New York. They call for a philosophy of praxis that builds on an understanding of relational sensuousness and a Marxist aesthetics in order to prise open the conditions of possibility for an ur-ban
  • Observing guerrillas in the wild : reinterpreting practices of urban guerrilla gardening
  • Activism ; Built up area ; England ; Gardening ; Project ; Public space ; Social geography ; Social interaction ; Social practice ; United Kingdom ; Urban area ; Urban renewal
  • Using the example of ‘F Troop’—a group of gardeners operating on a site in an English midland city, this paper focuses on the practices of urban guerrilla gardening. It argues that the social backgrounds and motivations of those involved
  • GIS and urban studies: positivism, post-positivism and beyond
  • Epistemology ; Geographical information system ; Geographical thought ; Methodology ; Practice of geography ; Research ; Spatial analysis ; Urban geography
  • practice. A secondary aim is to provoke further discussion on the various methodological issues related to GIS in urban studies.
  • The primary objective of this progress report is to provide urban geographers with an up-to-date review of the innovative applications of GIS in urban studies and to summarize the majors schools of thought concerning the impact of GIS on geographic
  • Urban networks in Europe: policies, practices, outcomes
  • Europe ; European Union ; Network ; Territoriality ; Town ; Urban development ; Urban function ; Urban geography ; Urban network ; Urban policy
  • Over the past twenty years urban “networking” has become a rule of behaviour in the European Union. This article concerns the development of urban networks within the European urban geography. Urban networks have an important role in disseminating
  • a development model for urban areas by bringing together a diverse range of cities around common problems in order to create common understandings of how to address these problems—the new ‘conventional wisdom’. These networks have also developed a range
  • of different methods “to be active” in order to achieve different territorial outcomes. In that sense, which are the outcomes of those cities that have shown a strong “ aptitude in urban networking ” ? - (BJ)
  • Shopping, space, and practice
  • Activity space ; Behaviour ; Consumption ; England ; Retail trade ; Shopping behaviour ; United Kingdom ; Urban practice
  • The AA. address questions of shopping as practised and its relation to shopping space. They argue that modes of shopping, which comprise distinctive sets of shopping practices involving relations to goods, relations of looking, the place of shopping
  • Practicing GIS as mixed method : affordances and limitations in an urban gardening study
  • This article examines the affordances and limitations of GIS practicing as a mixed method in an urban gardening study. It traces how qualitative GIS methods uniquely enable multiple narratives to change the ways in which GIS is practiced
  • . To illustrate this process, it presents findings from the use of qualitative GIS to study urban gardening in Muncie, Indiana, a postindustrial, Midwestern city.
  • Urban theory and the treatment of differences : administrative practices, social sciences and the difficulties of specifics
  • Administration ; City;Town ; Concept ; Ideology ; Social change ; Social sciences ; Urban society ; Urban sociology ; Urban theory
  • Global competition, sustainable development and civil society : three major chellenges for contemporary urban governance and their reflection in local development practices in Prague
  • Competition ; Czech Republic ; Local development ; Prague ; Sustainable development ; Town ; Urban planning
  • The general discussion serves as a background for the contemporary urban planning in Prague. The strengths and weaknesses of urban planning are assessed from the perspective of city competition sustainable development and civil society challenges
  • Ethnic segmentation of real estate agent practice in the urban housing market
  • Teaching American students about urbanization in developing countries : the rise of role-playing
  • Pedagogy ; Practical work ; Teaching of geography ; Third World ; United States of America ; Urbanization
  • Geographical information system ; Land use ; United States of America ; Urban administration ; Urban development ; Urban environment ; Urban geography ; Urban planning
  • In the United States, the work of the planning profession goes on within a changing environment of intellectual and practical understanding, continually reshaped by political and social forces within and beyond planning.
  • The academic-policy interface in post-apartheid urban research
  • Post-apartheid ; Practice of geography ; Research ; South Africa ; Urban change ; Urban geography
  • is explored within the context of the imperatives of post-apartheid urban restructuring. - (AJC)
  • Biogeography ; Cultural landscape ; Fauna ; Town ; Urban ecology ; Urban environment ; Zoogeography
  • Geographers have begun to consider animals and the urban moral landscape, and assess competing rubrics of planning practice as they relate to animals in the city. Together, these efforts suggest a research agenda for urban geographers interested
  • in human-animal relations, that may help bridge gaps between human and physical geography, and propel the study of nature-society relations to the fore in urban geography.
  • Germany ; Inter-community cooperation ; Regional policy ; Urban construction ; Urban development ; Urban network ; Urbanism
  • ) needs to be examined in practice. This explanation is based on the regional policy objective of extending and developing urban networks. It is exemplary description of current urban interdependences and inter-urban co-operation. - (MT)
  • The paper explains why and in which way urban networks are examined: they are able to improve locational advantages in Germany (poly-central structures), and the instrument for developing spatial and functional networks (inter-urban co-operation
  • Monitoring and review in the planning process: some practical problems in New trends in urban planning. Studies in housing, urban design and planning.
  • The Malaysian urban development authority: a case study in Urban planning practice in developing countries.
  • Health programmes directed to urban squatter populations in Urban planning practice in developing countries.
  • Popular cultural practices in the postmodern city
  • Special Issue: Urban geography and cultural studies
  • Consumption ; Cultural studies ; Post-modernism ; Town ; United States of America ; Urban landscape ; Urban park
  • expression of the postmodern city, Disneyland, demonstrates that contemporary urban landscapes are complicated and contradictory sites that embed dominant cultural relations and creative resistance to them.
  • Beijing ; Centrality ; China ; Perception of the urban environment ; Policy ; Political geography ; Power ; Semiotics of space ; Social practice ; Urban area ; Urban landscape ; Urban morphology
  • The paper reviews the relevant geographical literature on space, place and politics, then sketches the morphological evolution of the Square and the multiplicity of political meanings concretized in it. It examines the spatial practice of 20th
  • Undertaking recreational trespass : urban exploration and infiltration
  • Community ; England ; Exploration ; Infiltration ; Infrastructure ; London ; Motivation ; Social geography ; Social practice ; United Kingdom ; Urban area ; Urban practice
  • This article analyses recreational trespass through urban exploration and infiltration in London. It explains that urban explorers are one of many groups reacting to increased surveillance and control over urban space, playfully probing boundaries
  • and weaknesses in urban security in a search for bizarre, beautiful and unregulated areas where they can build personal relationships to places. The results both complement and complicate recent work within geography around issues of surveillance, subversion
  • , urban community building and critical engagement with cities.
  • Digitizing the dragon head, geo-coding the urban landscape. GIS and the transformation of China’s urban governance
  • China ; Geographical information system ; Governance ; Guangdong ; Knowledge ; Shenzhen ; Urban area ; Urban change ; Urban landscape
  • Through an in-depth case study of Shenzhen, this article analyzes how urban GIS has been transformed from a practice involving internal organizational workflow automation, into a more active dimension of the governance of urban spaces-reflected
  • in the expanding practice of “geo-coding” the urban landscape. It demonstrates that GIS practices constitute a particular form of geographic rationality that seeks to govern at a distance while simultaneously regulating the urban environment, intersecting
  • with the broader transformations of China’s urban governance. It concludes that these developments have been largely government-centric rather than citizencentric, yet they provide possibilities for new forms of spatial knowledge production for citizen
  • participation in urban governance.
  • Who's Participation? Who's Sustainability ? A Critical Analysis of Initiatives for Urban Sustainability inIndia
  • Environment ; Environmental justice ; India ; Madras ; Participation ; Political ecology ; Stream ; Sustainable development ; Tamil Nadu ; Town planning ; Urban landscape ; Urban park ; Urbanization
  • and economic development compatible. Second, conflicts surrounding urban environments are ostensibly ‘depoliticized’ through highly selective practices of ‘participation’. Generalized in this way, the discourse and practice of participation gloss over the power
  • asymmetries that characterize the civic sphere in urban India. As environmental best practice is being actively formulated and replicated through projects like the Adyar Poonga, it becomes ever more urgent, to interrogate the mechanisms of political inclusions
  • This paper considers urban environmental sustainability in cities of the global South. Drawing on the insights of urban political ecology and a critique of participatory development, the author argues that environmental sustainability initiatives
  • mask the political economy of environmental injustice and uneven urban development. This argument is fleshed out through a case study of the Adyar Poonga river restoration project in Chennai, India. The case study highlights two key dimensions of what
  • is termed the ‘depoliticisation’ of the production of urban nature. First, the political conflicts that surround urban environmental projects are neutralized through a definition of sustainability that is primarily concerned with making environmentalism
  • /exclusion and to question who benefits from urban environmental change.
  • On the role of affect and practice in the production of place
  • Pedestrians ; Perception ; Place ; Production of space ; Sense of belonging ; Urban life ; Vancouver ; Young people
  • might be identified. The paper takes up this challenge in an attempt to clarify the role of affect and practice in the production of place. It is then turning to an ethnographic account of young people, place, and urban life in Vancouver. The study
  • explores the ways young people negotiate and transform place and the impact these practices have on the characteristic orientations of self and belonging.
  • Development of private sports facilities as a side business of urban farmers
  • The response of farmers to urbanization under the influence of the opening of the shin-Ome highway, west of Tokyo. The A. focuses attention on the operation of such sports facilities as golf practice on urban farms located in the former shinden land
  • Since Megalopolis : the urban writtings of Jean Gottmann
  • Geographic school ; Practice of geography ; Town ; Urban geography
  • Seventeen essays by Gottmann on cities past and present of which 15 have been previously published, 11 of them in the Journal Ekistics. A list of his urban publications between 1949 and 1987 is included. - (DWG)
  • Community business and urban regeneration
  • Association ; Community ; Cooperative ; Employment ; Enterprise creation ; Entrepreneurship;Spirit of enterprise ; Job creation ; Local economy ; Organization ; Urban economy ; Urban practice
  • Coordination of urban economic development policies in the Netherlands in The urban agglomeration as a political arena.
  • This article examines whether a province can achieve consensus among municipalities that usually practice conflict avoidance. This occurs in exceptional circumstances, related to the fact that municipalities acquire resources for economic
  • A tripartite conceptualisation of urban public space as site for play : evidence from South Bank, London
  • Children ; England ; Family ; London ; Public space ; Recreational space ; Social geography ; Social practice ; United Kingdom ; Urban area
  • This article analyses a tripartite conceptualisation of urban public space as site for play through evidence from South Bank, London. It draws on ethnographic data to argue that play is a recurrent trait of sociospatial practices enacted in public
  • space. Three interrelated typologies of playful practices in public space are discussed : child's play, plays on meaning, and play as a simulation.
  • The city region as concept, object, and practice
  • Concept ; Institution ; Mobility ; Norway ; Research ; Urban geography ; Urban migration ; Urban practice ; Urban region
  • Cultivated plants ; Family ; Garden ; Gardening ; Informality ; Minnesota ; Neighbourhood ; Social geography ; United States of America ; Urban area
  • Building on research that considers commons through the practices which produce and maintain them—commoning—this article analyzes how privately owned front and backyards participate in urban commons. Through ethnographic research in three
  • and the everyday practices which take place in and through them constitute one nodal point in the making of urban commons. In so doing, logics of private property come to be interwoven with logics of commoning. By finding a diverse range of common lives of yards
  • neighborhoods of Minneapolis, Minnesota, the article shows how these commons are made in two key registers: through yards as shared territories and through everyday practices of sharing plants across individual yards. The article’s central claim is that yards
  • , this article adds to emerging conversations about the nature of urban commons.
  • Bordering on the modern : power, practice and exclusion in Astana
  • Architecture ; Geographical imagination ; Kazakhstan ; Modernity ; Modernization ; Power ; Role of the State ; Social class ; Social exclusion ; Social geography ; Urbanism
  • the exclusionary practices of elites and non-elites alike. Taking the case of Kazakhstan's new capital city, Astana, it examines how the state-led urban modernisation agenda simultaneously draws upon and re-inscribes a set of interlocking popular geographic
  • This article jointly considers elite and non-elite narratives, through an analysis of discourses of modernity as enacted in and through these statist urban projects. It explores how notions of ‘modernity’ are performed and enacted through
  • imaginaries (Soviet/modern, urban/rural, north/south), and demonstrate how ordinary citizens are not just passive spectators, but active participants in the political drama of state- and city-building.
  • The politics and practice of community policing in Boston
  • Boston ; Community ; Massachusetts ; Police ; Security ; Town ; United States of America ; Urban district
  • Behaviour ; Family ; Feminism ; Household ; Ideology ; Societal relations ; Urban practice ; Woman
  • The AA. filter this report on recent geographical writing through the metaphor of home, to explore attempts to dissolve conventional analytical categories and rethink gendered urban spaces.
  • Architecture ; Ethics ; Gender ; Semiotics of space ; Social life ; Town ; Urban practice
  • The article is a study of the link between the house and the city, based on a close reading of three historical statements from Western urban theory by Leone Batisti Alberti, Le Corbusier, and Paul Virilio.
  • Urban community gardens as spaces of citizenship
  • Blacks ; Citizenship ; Community ; Garden ; Inner city ; Neo liberalism ; Social geography ; United States of America ; Urban area ; Urbanization ; Wisconsin
  • This paper investigates urban community gardens as spaces of citizenship through a case study of Milwaukee, Wisconsin. It examines the impacts of community gardens on citizenship practice and the effects of volunteerism on the development
  • of community gardens. It explores how grassroots community gardens simultaneously contest and reinforce local neoliberal policies. This research contributes empirically and theoretically to scholarship on urban food movements, neoliberal urbanization
  • , collaborative governance, and citizenship practice.
  • Planning practice
  • High street adaptations : ethnicity, independent retail practices, and Localism in London's urban margins
  • Adaptation ; England ; Ethnicity ; Localism ; London ; Marginality ; Minority ; Regulation ; Retail trade ; Self-employment ; Social interaction ; United Kingdom ; Urban area
  • the adaptive practices of the ethnically diverse, independent retailers on the Walworth Road. Adaptation is conceptualised by adjustments in recognition of large-scale economic forces, regulatory frameworks, and local cultural nuances.
  • Horse keeping in urban and peri-urban areas: new conditions for physical planning in Sweden
  • practice and policy in a peri-urban context.
  • The disturbances and benefits arising from horses experienced by residents in two different areas of Sweden are investigated. The results from the study find few conflicts between residents and horse keeping but reveal diverging practice and policy
  • between municipalities, which may create a legal insecurity for the involved stakeholders. The study illustrates a planning problem where the planning tools for managing this issue have been built on the urban-rural dichotomy, providing unclear planning
  • Heritage in the dynamic city : the politics and practice of urban conservation on the Swahili coast
  • Africa ; Architectural legacy ; Kenya ; Site preservation ; Urban area ; Urban landscape ; Urban policy ; Zanzibar
  • [b1] Dept. of urban Studies, The New School, New York, Etats-Unis
  • Capitalism ; Epistemology ; Ideology ; Post-modernism ; Radical geography ; Urban environment ; Urban geography ; Urban practice ; Urban society
  • Tha A. proposes to explore in more depth one strand of the tradition within geography: the geographical expedition program, an initiative that was linked with the development of radical approaches to urban phenomena in the late 1960s and early 1970s
  • . A critical engagement with the legacy of expeditions can contribute toward the methodological and epistemological discussions. A redefinition can inform the development of a more sophisticated critical urban geography.
  • Algeria ; Arab city ; Decision making process ; Middle East ; Northern Africa ; Urban administration ; Urban area ; Urban geography ; Urban practice ; Urban settlement ; Urban society
  • Brazil ; Housing ; Rio de Janeiro ; Semiotics of space ; Social space ; Urban area ; Urban practice ; Urban settlement ; Urban society ; Urban structure ; Urbanity
  • The impact of changing marketing practices on the urban environment in Development of settlement systems.
  • The ecology of risk and the geography of intervention: from research to practice for the health and well-being of urban children
  • The preservation of historic buildings in urban New Zealand: precedent, practice and policy
  • Urban planning practice in developing countries.
  • The Karachi development programme: 1976-1985: an interim appraisal in Urban planning practice in developing countries.
  • Upgrading of low-income, residential areas in Jakarta and Manila in Urban planning practice in developing countries.
  • Public housing in the city states of Hong Kong and Singapore in Urban planning practice in developing countries.
  • Economic restructuring ; Investment ; Local development ; Local policy ; North America ; United States ; Urban economy ; Urban policy
  • The A. notes trends and conditions influencing local economic development practices in American cities but focuses primarily on scholarly interpretations of local practices published in the last two years. The concern is for understanding local
  • Population forecasting and urban planning practice : a case study in Special issue on quantitative methods and policy analysis.
  • Drinking water in Africa : political, technical and practical aspects of urban and rural waterscapes .
  • Appropriation of land ; Consumption ; Cultural identity ; Food trade ; Location choice ; Retail trade ; Social practice ; Territorial identity ; Urban landscape ; Urban practice
  • Handbook ; Spain ; Town ; Urban area ; Urban development ; Urban economy ; Urban environment ; Urban landscape ; Urban network ; Urban practice ; Urban settlement ; Urban structure ; Urbanism ; Urbanization
  • Geomorphology and the urban tropics : building an interface between research and usage
  • Applied geomorphology ; Developing countries ; Environmental management ; Floodplain ; Geotechnics ; Natural hazards ; Subsidence ; Tropical zone ; Urban planning ; Urbanization
  • for city maintenance. Management requires interfacing geomorphology with engineering practices and urban planning. They present case studies of cities ranging from those with limited problems and possible engineering and land-zoning solutions (Singapore
  • ) to cities where the hazards are so acute that a practical solution is difficult to achieve (Kingston, Bangkok).
  • At street level : bureaucratic practice in the management of urban neighborhood change
  • British Columbia ; Bureaucracy ; Canada ; Governance ; Institution ; Regulation ; Street ; Town ; Urban administration ; Urban change ; Urban district ; Vancouver
  • Lightness and weight : (re)reading urban potentialities through photographs
  • Cork ; Ireland ; Perception of the urban environment ; Photography ; Redevelopment ; Urban change ; Urban geography ; Urban landscape ; Waterfront
  • Capturing images is entwined in a complex web of associations, linking the epistemology of research practice with the perceived nature of evolving spatial processes. One example of this is the way urban geographers use images to document
  • the transformation of urban landscape. The discourses of post-industrial entrepreneurial urbanism that stimulated the development of Irish cities during the Celtic Tiger offer a clear case in point. Taking the Celtic Tiger as a starting point, the article explores
  • one image taken during fieldwork researching urban change in Cork.
  • The process of commercialisation of urban housing in China
  • China ; Economic reform ; Economic system ; Housing ; Housing cost ; Housing market ; Housing policy ; Investment ; Urban planning
  • process. The focus is on the attempts to privatise public-sector housing in urban areas in the context of the characteristics and problems of the urban housing system, the development of reform policies and legislation and current reform practice.
  • A framework for estimating urban housing stock in a developing country : lessons from Kumasi, Ghana
  • Developing countries ; Ghana ; House building ; Housing ; Methodology ; Urban population ; Urban settlement ; Urbanization
  • This paper is intended to outline a methodology in the cities of developing countries. The method, designated Grid Areal Stratification Technique (GAST) has been applied to Kumasi to demonstrate its practical reality. This application
  • Cooperation ; Financing ; Germany ; Urban development ; Urban planning ; Urban policy ; Urbanism
  • The fundamental urban-development problems which, in municipal practice, warrant the use of development law are presented first of all. The legal prerequisites for and the limits of application are listed after an account of the distinctiçve
  • Bogotá ; Collective transport ; Colombia ; Urban area ; Urban development ; Urban policy ; Urban practice ; Urban transport
  • The multiple sites of urban governance : insights from an African city
  • Decision making process ; Deregulation ; Governance ; Mozambique ; Power ; Scale ; Trade ; Urban administration ; Urban policy ; Urban practice
  • Former USSR ; Planning ; Regional planning ; Russia ; Settlement ; Spatial differentiation ; Urban growth ; Urban network ; Urbanization
  • This paper provides an overview about the practice of regional and settlement planning in the former USSR and present-day Russia. In addition to that, problems attached to urban growth are discussed and the mean features of the differentiation
  • of urban network are highlighted. - (JS)
  • Engineers of the human machine : the social practice of council housing management in Glasgow, 1895-1939
  • Association ; Glasgow ; Historical geography ; Housing ; Public sector ; Sanitation improvement ; Scotland ; Social practice ; United Kingdom ; Urban administration ; Urban sociology
  • Citizenship ; Housing ; Informality ; Israel ; Jerusalem ; Legislation ; Owner-occupier ; Palestinians ; Urban planning ; Urban policy ; Zoning
  • This article analyses the current state of affairs in East Jerusalem in terms of building and planning. It goes go on to examine the causes and consequences of the consolidation of the spot-zoning practice in the Israeli planning system
  • . It then highlights this practice, which it refers to independent planning. It concludes by reflecting on the possibilities and limitations this practice offers to the transformation of planning paradigms, as well as to our understanding of the relationship between
  • Belaboring gender : the spatial practice of work and the politics of making do in Istanbul
  • Gender ; Identity ; Istanbul ; Labour ; Societal relations ; Status of women ; Turkey ; Urban practice ; Urban society ; Woman
  • Cultural landscape ; Cultural studies ; Israel ; Jerusalem ; Jews ; Religion ; Religious practice ; Urban landscape
  • Oregon ; Practice of geography ; Research ; Research programme ; United States of America ; University
  • Growth of the geography program at this post World War II urban institution in Portland, Oregon. Its present success owes much to restructuring in order to adapt to changing situations in the university. - (DWG)
  • Race, urban policy and urban problems : a critique on current UK practice
  • Social balance and mixed neighbourhoods in Britain since 1979 : a review of discourse and practice in social housing
  • Discourse ; Ideology ; Quality of life ; Segregation ; Social housing ; Socio-economic system ; United Kingdom ; Urban district ; Urban planning ; Urban policy ; Urban society
  • The encroachment of value pragmatism on pluralism : the practice of the valuation of urban green space using stated-preference approaches
  • Economic value ; Green space ; Perception ; Preference ; Urban area ; Urban environment ; Value system
  • Practices, programs and projects of urban carbon governance : perspectives from the Australian city
  • Australia ; Carbon economy ; Governmentality ; Political ecology ; Project ; Urban administration ; Urban economy
  • Enquiry ; Gardening ; Island ; Kiribati ; Management ; Pacific Region ; Sustainable development ; Urban area ; Waste
  • This paper examines the practice of homegardening in urban centres in Kiribati and explores reasons why change has or has not occurred through interviews with homegardeners and government/donor representatives.
  • Choice and constraint in the location of urban retail activities
  • Decision ; Location choice ; Practical work ; Research technique ; Retail trade ; Teaching of geography
  • Decision making process ; Local administration ; Regional development ; Regional disparities ; Regional policy ; Slovenia ; Urbanization
  • , looking at the territorial administration, regional policies, processes of urbanization and local development practices. - (MT)
  • Boundary ; Place ; Public space ; Social space ; Urban area ; Urban practice
  • The daily activities of metropolitan suburbanities and the urban daily rythm; the case study of Kawagoe, a suburb of Tokyo, and Nisshin, a suburb of Nagoya
  • Daily life ; Honshu ; Japan ; Nagoya ; Suburbs ; Tokyo ; Urban practice ; Way of life ; Woman
  • This paper aims to examine the relationship between the daily activities of metropolitan suburbanities and the urban dialy rhythm. The A. choosed two cities in big metropolitan area and he analyzed behavioral patterns of women.
  • Community ; United Kingdom ; Urban area ; Urban district ; Urban practice ; Urban society ; Woman
  • Europe ; Residential segregation ; Sustainable development ; Transport ; Urban area ; Urban district
  • The article presents the results of a good practice collection, which shows how the mobility in urban neighbourhoods can be improved with an integrated planning approach without impeding a sustainable development of traffic in the entire city
  • and region, special for disadvantaged urban areas. For this purpose, the social, economic and ecological dimensions of sustainable traffic development in cities were considered. The article is a summary of a study which served as a specific background
  • The streets of Beograd. Urban space and protest identities in Serbia
  • Belgrade ; Conflict ; Discourse ; Identity ; Policy ; Semiotics of space ; Territorial strategy ; Urban area ; Urban practice ; Yougoslavia
  • A településhalozat és a kornyezet kolcsonhatasanak néhany elméleti és gyakorlati kérdése. (Some theoretical and practical problems of the interrelationship between the settlement network and the environment)
  • After clarifying the terms of settlement, environment, and urbanization, the author proceeds to characterize generally and specifically /for Hungary/ the interrelationship between the settlement network and the environment which operates between two
  • Multiregional demographic projections in practice : a metropolitan example
  • Employment ; England ; Fertility ; Greater London ; Housing ; Internal migration ; Mortality ; Population projection ; United Kingdom ; Urban population
  • Visioning in planning : is the practice based on sound theory ?
  • Community ; Decision aid ; Enquiry ; Participation ; Planning ; Source of documentation ; Urban planning
  • Discourse, displacement, and retail practice : some pointers from the charity retail project
  • Consumer behaviour ; Consumption ; England ; Organization ; Project ; Retail trade ; United Kingdom ; Urban area
  • Urban consumption. Review Issue
  • Consumer behaviour ; Consumption ; Cultural studies ; Modernism ; Post-modernism ; Retail trade ; Urban area ; Urban geography ; Urban life ; Urban planning ; Urban practice ; Urban sociology
  • Upgrading the Physical Environment in Deprived Urban Areas : Lessons from Integrated Policies
  • Economic restructuring ; Europe ; European integration ; International cooperation ; Peripheral region ; Urban area ; Urban development ; Urban policy
  • The article gives an overview of determinants of success of urban restructuring policies in European cities, with a specific focus on the organization of these kinds of policies. On the basis of an inventory of 50 practices in 25 European countries
  • , it concludes that organizational issues may be key to sucess of urban restructuring processes. Because collaborations, or partnerships, are seen as necessary to reach goals within the process of urban restructuring, the process of working together has
  • The semantic production of space : pervasive computing and the urban landscape
  • Computing ; Information ; Social practice ; Technology ; Urban area ; Urban landscape ; Urban life
  • This paper suggests that as pervasive computing technologies have gained purchase in urban space they have also become more implicitly blended with everyday life and more contingent on information that is inductively compiled from Internet-based
  • data services. Drawing on examples of ongoing pervasive computing projects, implicit computing procedures are explored in relation to the mediation of everyday urban life. Literatures from computing science and geographical theory are brought
  • [b1] Dept. of Urban Studies, Univ. of Washington, Tacoma, Etats-Unis
  • Urban circulation and the everyday politics of African urban youth : the case of Douala, Cameroon
  • Africa ; Cameroon ; Daily life ; Douala ; Living conditions ; Mobility ; Social reproduction ; Social space ; Urban life ; Urban practice ; Urban society ; Urban transport ; Way of life ; Young people