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Course Name
Turkish Sanayi Alanları Planlaması
English . Industry Location and Dynamics
Course Code
BPL 501 Credit Lecture
Semester 1
3 3 - -
Course Language Turkish
Course Coordinator Mehmet Ali Yüzer
Course Objectives . In this course,
1. Determining the decisions about development strategies in planning studies,
2. Doing sectoral projections and increasing the knowledge of students in the case of industrial sector towards the realization of fiction among industrial areas-residential-recreational areas-transport are aimed.
Course Description . Relations among industrialization and urban regions and changing process, Industrial settlement areas in settlement models and their properties, Industrial location routers in 20th century and classification based on industrial areas quality and need, Industrial land use tendencies and differentiations, Technological change, transition to industrial society to information society, the relationship between technological development - Industrial zones and industrial land use preferences using high-technology, Structural change in industry and deindustrialization, Industrial land use models
Course Outcomes .
Pre-requisite(s) .
Required Facilities
Other References • Carter H., 1995. The Study of Urban Geography, Oxford University Press Inc., New York.
• Freeman, C., 1987. Technology Policy and Economic Performance:Lessons From Japan, London, Francis Pinter
• Hayter R., 1997. The Dynamics of Industrial Location, John Wiley & Sons Inc, England
• Giritlioğlu C., 1985. Sanayi Yerleşme Yeri Etkenleri Sanayi Yerleşmeleri Seçimi ve Düzenlerinin Kurgusunda Kullanılabilecek Bir Yöntem Yaklaşımı, Doçentlik Tezi, İTÜ, İstanbul
• Yüzer A.Ş. 2002, Yerleşmelerde Sanayi Alanları Yer Seçimi Eğilimleri - Alan Tahsisleri Ve Yeni Düzenleme Stratejileri İstanbul Örneği, İTÜ, Fen Bilimleri Enstitüsü, Doktora Tezi,
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