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Course Name
Turkish Kentsel Dönüşüm Mod. & Uyg.
English Urban Regeneration Models and Practices
Course Code
SBP 450 Credit Lecture
(hour/week)
Recitation
(hour/week)
Laboratory
(hour/week)
Semester 8
3 3 - -
Course Language Turkish
Course Coordinator Özlem Özçevik
Course Objectives Urban Regeneration Models and Practices provides students with a comprehensive overview of the purpose, scope, means and effectiveness of urban regeneration planning system in evaluating and controlling the design of development and the quality of wider built environments. Urban Regeneration Models and Practices introduce students to some of the central issues and debates in urban regeneration. Using real world examples, students will be encouraged to place regeneration in its historical and theoretical context. Seminars and lectures will link the themes of participation, physical environment and the module will form the basis of later core modules concentrating on those themes. The module is intended as an introduction to the three dimensions of regeneration, the economic, social, physical and legal concentrating in particular on the inter-relationships between them. It aims to develop students’ critical skills in asking them to look at different ways of assessing policy initiatives. Through workshops and group work, students will develop skills in debate and presentation, and an appreciation of the causes and consequences of policy initiatives and the multiple perspectives that can be taken in considering them.
Course Description Tools and models of urban regeneration; International and local implementations; analysing of specific urban problems; defining of regeneration problems; Urban regeneration project design; Urban regeneration project management; Regeneration project monitoring and evaluation.
Course Outcomes Interpret and analyze theory related to the principles of sustainable urban regeneration and community development, environment; evaluate the effects of sustainable design for the development of sustainable communities and urban regeneration; select and employ a range of design strategies appropriate for application in a specific urban study.
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Textbook
Other References Hill,D (2000) Urban Policy and Politics, Macmillan Roberts.
P and Sykes, H (2000) Urban Regeneration - a Handbook, London: Sage Indicative Basic Reading List
Baron, S., Field, J. & Schuller, T. eds (2000) Social Capital: Critical Perspectives . Oxford, OUP.
Barton, H. (Ed) (2000) Sustainable Communities: The Potential for Eco-neighbourhoods. London, Earthscan.
Carley, M. et al. (2000) Urban Regeneration Through Partnership. Bristol, Polity Press.
Coare, P. & Johnston, R. eds (2003) Adult Learning, Citizenship and Community Voices: Exploring Community Based Practice .Leicester, NIACE
Forester, J. (1999) The Deliberative Practitioner: Encouraging Participatory Planning Processes. Mass, MIT Press.
Gittel, R. & Vidal, A. (998) Community Organising: Building Social Capital as a Development Strategy. London, Sage
Harris, M. & Rochester, C. Ed (2000) Voluntary Organisations and Social Policy in Britain. London, Palgrave
Henderson, P (2001) Skills in Neighbourhood Work . London, Routledge.
James, S. & Lahti, T. (2004) The Natural Step for Communities: How Cities and Towns can Change to Sustainable Practices . Gabriola Island, New Society Publishers
Megginson, D. (2003) Continuing Professional Development. London, CIPD
Shucksmith, M. (2000) Exclusive Countryside: Social Inclusion and Regeneration in Rural Areas. York, JRF.
Warburton, D. Ed (1998) Community and Sustainable Development: Participation in the Future. London, Earthscan.
Wates, N. (2000) The Community Planning Handboo. London, Earthscan. Barton, H. (Ed) (2000) Sustainable Communities: The Potential for Eco-neighbourhoods. London, Earthscan.
Carley, M. et al. (2000) Urban Regeneration Through Partnership. Bristol, Polity Press.
Coare, P. & Johnston, R. eds (2003) Adult Learning, Citizenship and Community Voices: Exploring Community Based Practice. Leicester, NIACE.
Doppelt, B. (2003) Leading Change for Sustainability: A Change-Management Guide for Business, Government and Civil Society. Sheffield, Greenleaf Publishing.
Forester, J. (1999) The Deliberative Practitioner: Encouraging Participatory Planning Processes. Mass, MIT Press.
Gittel, R. & Vidal, A. (1998) Community Organising: Building Social Capital as a Development Strategy. London, Sage.
Harris, M. & Rochester, C. Ed (2000) Voluntary Organisations and Social Policy in Britain. London, Palgrave.
Henderson, P (2001) Skills in Neighbourhood Work. London, Routledge.
James, S. & Lahti, T. (2004) The Natural Step for Communities: How Cities and Towns can Change to Sustainable Practices. Gabriola Island, New Society Publishers.
Megginson, D. (2003) Continuing Professional Development. London, CIPD.
ODPM (2004) The Egan Review: Skills for Sustainable Communities. ODPM. www.odpm.gov.uk
Warburton, D. Ed (1998) Community and Sustainable Development: Participation in the Future. London, Earthscan.
Wates, N. (2000) The Community Planning Handbook. London, Earthscan.
Web Siteleri
Community Development Foundation
www.cdf.org.uk
Development Trusts Association
www.dta.org.uk
New Economics Foundation
www.neweconomics.org
Office of the Deputy Prime Minister
www.odpm.gov.uk
 
 
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