Changes in the City
|Title:||Changes in the City||Permanent link:||http://hdl.handle.net/10197/5156||Date:||Jul-2012||Online since:||2013-12-11T10:20:32Z||Abstract:||Used inevitable every single day, by all people, despite the age, social class, economic status of ethnicity, public space represents a great deal in our wellbeing and in the image of the city. In particularly, residential public spaces do have a high economic, social and emotional importance. The present empirical study aims to highlight the first step in a complex process of planning. The observation of the most important issues of the residential public spaces in Bucharest represents the foundation of future researches themes like urban planning, social wellbeing and segregation, urban image and urban identity. Considering the recent history of the city the main focus is set on the elementary challenge to adapt the democratic modern life style and expectation to a predominantly socialist urban structure.||Type of material:||Book||Publisher:||IDEGA, USC and IGU Urban Commission||Series/Report no.:||Young Scholars Book • 2 Geography||Keywords:||Public space; Bucharest; Residential areas; Planning||Other versions:||http://www.unil.ch/webdav/site/igu-urban/shared/geography_2.pdf||Language:||en||Status of Item:||Peer reviewed|
|Appears in Collections:||Geography Research Collection|
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