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Dersin Bilgileri

Dersin Adı
Türkçe Arazi Kullanım Planlaması
İngilizce Land Use Planning
Dersin Kodu
SBP 221E Kredi Ders
(saat/hafta)
Uygulama
(saat/hafta)
Labratuvar
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Dönem -
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Dersin Dili İngilizce
Dersin Koordinatörü Azime Tezer
Dersin Amaçları Şehir ve Bölge Planlaması öğrencilerine, şehir ve bölge planlaması disiplininde arazi kullanım ilkeleri ile yerleşmelerde dengeli ve sürdürülebilir gelişim süreçleri konusunda temel bilgi ve becerilerin aktarılması hedeflenmektedir.
Dersin Tanımı Yerleşme tanımları, Şehirleşme ve Şehir planlamada yaklaşımlar, Modern planlama sürecinin gelişmesi, Endüstrileşmenin yerleşmelere etkisi, Doğa ve yerleşme etkileşimi, Yerleşmeler ve sürdürülebilirlik, Bölgesel analizler, Bölgesel ölçekte arazi kullanım planlaması ilkeleri, Metropoliten ve şehir ölçeğinde arazi kullanım planlaması, Şehir merkezlerinde arazi kullanım özellikleri ve planlama ilkeleri, Konut alanlarında arazi kullanım planlaması ilkeleri, Rekreasyon alanlarında arazi kullanım planlaması ilkeleri, Çalışma alanları ve ulaşım kademelenmesi, Bölgeleme ve arazi kullanım kontrolü ölçütleri.
Dersin Çıktıları 1) Şehirlerin evrimi ve Şehircilik tarihi
2) Metropoliten kent, büyük şehir ve diğer farklı boyuttaki şehirler arasında sistem farklılıkları, yapısal farklılıklar, planlama anlayışı ve yöntemi
3) Konut alanları, yer seçimi ve tasarım kriterleri, yapılaşma yoğunlukları, teknik servislerle tasarım ilişkileri, planlı-plansız gelişmeler, yasadışı gelişim süreçleri, kaçak yapılaşma, gecekondu olgusu
4) Şehir merkezleri ve alt kademe merkezler, sanayi alanları, hizmet alanları, MIA vd.
5) Doğal verilerin yerleşme formlarına ve dokularına etkileri ve planlamaya yansımaları
6) Yerleşmelerde sistemler, standartlar ve ihtiyaçlara yönelik hizmet alanları, teknik altyapı alanları organizasyonunu belirleme ve bu alanlara yönelik alan tahsisi ve tasarımı geliştirme
7) Planlama ve tasarım sürecinde doğaya, insana ve topluma saygılı, yaşam kalite düzeyi yüksek mekanlar üretebilme
8) Şehirsel alanların mevcut durumunu dikkate alabilme, planlı ya da plansız gelişmeler hakkında bilgi sahibi olma, yorumlayabilme, planlı olarak başkaları tarafından geliştirilen ve uygulanan mekansal organizasyonları değerlendirebilme
9) Plan ve tasarım kararlarının geliştirilmesinde ve bu kararların alt ölçekteki yansımaları, mekansal organizasyonlar ve çözümlemelerin ne şekilde olabileceği yönünde fikir üretebilme ve ifadelendirme
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Diğer
Ders Kitabı Land use change : science, policy, and management / Richard J. Aspinall and
Michael J. Hill [editors]. 2008 by Taylor & Francis Group, LLC
Diğer Referanslar Thomas, June. "Neighborhood Planning: Uses of Oral History." Journal of Planning History 2, no. 1 (February 2004): 50-70.
Salvesen, David. "The Making of Place." Urban Land 61, no. 7 (July 2002): 36-41. Do these principles apply to our project context?
Smith, Mark Rodman. "Planning Densification." Urban Land 68, no. 6 (June 2009): 80-83.

Klein, Bill. "Citizen Participation: Whose Vision is It?" Agenda for America's Communities. American Planning Association. May 1993, pp. 1-12.
Snyder, Ken. "Putting Democracy Front and Center." Planning (July 2006): 24-29.
Shipley, Robert, and Ross Newkirk. "Visioning: Did Anybody See Where it Came From?" Journal of Planning Literature 12, no. 4 (May 1998): 407-414. Useful cautions and questions.
Papsidero, Vince, and Linda LaCloche. "Thinking and Acting Outside the Box." Planning (May 2008): 43-46.

Neuman, Michael. "Does Planning Need the Plan?" Journal of the American Planning Association 64, no. 2 (Spring 1998): 208-220.
Baer, William C. "General Plan Evaluation Criteria: An Approach to Making Better Plans." Journal of the American Planning Association 63, no. 3 (Summer 1997): 329-344. Would you know a good plan if you saw one?
Talen, Emily, and Cliff Ellis. "Beyond Relativism: Reclaiming the Search for Good City Form." Journal of Planning Education and Research 22, no. 1 (2002): 36-49. Should planners embrace quality and excellence in the form of a city as well as in the built environment and in the content of plans?
Punter, John. "Developing Urban Design as Public Policy: Best Practice Principles for Design Review and Development Management." Journal of Urban Design 12, no. 2 (2007): 167-202.

Lynch, Kevin. "The Image of the Environment." In Image of the City. The MIT Press, 1960, pp. 1-13. ISBN: 9780262620017.

Jacobs, Allan B. "Making Great Streets." Chapter 4 in Great Streets. MIT Press, 1993, pp. 269-308. ISBN: 9780262600231.

So, Frank S., and Judith Getzels. "Zoning." Chapter 15 in The Practice of Local Government Planning. International City Management Association in cooperation with the American Planning Association, 2000. pp. 416-443. ISBN: 9780873261715. Richard Babcock's concise look at the evolution of zoning.

Garvin, Alexander. "Land Use Regulations." Chapter 16 in The American City: What Works, What Doesn't. McGraw-Hill, 2002, pp. 356-372. ISBN: 9780071373678.

Ritzdorf, Marsha. "Locked Out of Paradise: Contemporary Exclusionary Zoning, the Supreme Court, African Americans, 1970 to the Present." In Urban Planning and the African American Community: In the Shadows. Edited by June Manning Thomas, and Marsha Ritzdorf. Sage Publications, 1996, pp. 43-57. ISBN: 9780803972346.

Kaiser, Edward J., and David R. Godschalk. "Twentieth Century Land Use Planning: A Stalwart Family Tree." Journal of the American Planning Association 61, no. 3 (Summer 1995): 365-384.

Godschalk, David. "Land Use Planning Challenges: Coping With Conflicts in Visions of Sustainable Development and Livable Communities." Journal of the American Planning Association 70, no. 1 (Winter 2004): 5-13.

Jacobs, Harvey M., and Kurt Paulsen. "Property Rights: The Neglected Theme of 20th-Century American Planning." Journal of the American Planning Association 75, no. 2 (Spring 2009): 134-143.

Teitz, Michael B. "Reflections and Research on the U.S. Experience." In The Profession of City Planning: Changes, Images, and Challenges 1950-2000. Edited by Lloyd Rodwin, and Bish Sanyal. Center for Urban Policy Research, 2000, pp. 275-304. ISBN: 9780882851655.

Downs, Anthony. "Smart Growth: Why We Discuss It More Than We Do It." Journal of the American Planning Association 71, no. 4 (Autumn 2005): 367-378.
Neuman, Michael. "The Compact City Fallacy." Journal of Planning Education and Research 25, no. 1 (2005): 11-26.
Lewis, Paul G., and Mark Baldassare. "The Complexity of Public Attitudes Toward Compact Development." Journal of the American Planning Association 76, no. 2 (Spring 2010): 219-237.

Downs, Anthony. "Break Down Those Barriers." Planning (October 2005): 20-23.
Porter, Douglas R. "Inclusionary Zoning." Urban Land 63, no. 1 (January 2004): 27-31. Legal issues and beyond.
Berkowitz, Ellen. "Toward a New Discourse on Mixed-Use Development." Urban Land 65, no. 1 (January 2006): 99-101. Removing barriers to creating mixed use projects.
White, S. Mark. "Affirmative Measures: Using Land-Use Controls to Provide Affordable Housing." Affordable Housing. Planners Advisory Service, Report no. 441, American Planning Association, Chicago, IL, 1992, pp. 17-39. These measures deserve serious consideration as devices to broaden affordability.
Baker, Brian. "Affordable Housing Conundrum." Urban Land 65, no. 5 (May 2006): 54-58. Strategies for affordability and new projects.
Mukhija, Vinit, Lara Regus, Sara Slovin, and Ashok Das. "Can Inclusionary Zoning be an Effective and Efficient Housing Policy? Evidence from Los Angeles and Orange Counties." Journal of Urban Affairs 32, no. 2 (2010): 229-252

Porter, Douglas R., Patrick L. Phillips, and Terry J. Lassar. "Introduction to Flexible Zoning." In Flexible Zoning and How It Works. The Urban Land Institute, Washington, 1988, pp. 3-14. An overview and model application of performance zoning. ISBN: 9780874206869.
Schuetz, Jenny, Rachel Meltzer, and Vicki Been. "31 Flavors of Inclusionary Zoning: Comparing Policies from San Francisco, Washington, DC, and Suburban Boston." Journal of the American Planning Association 75, no. 4 (Autumn 2009): 441-456. Includes Newton as part of survey/case study.

Kendig, Lane, with Susan Connor, Cranston Byrd, and Judy Heyman. "The Concept of Performance Zoning." In Performance Zoning. Planners Press, American Planning Association, Washington, D.C., 1980, pp. 3-50. ISBN: 9780918286185. If you have any free time, perusal of this book in its entirety is worthwhile.

Culbertson, Kurt. "Fixing the Strip." Planning. (May/June 2010): 38-41.
Currid, Elizabeth. "How Art and Culture Happen in New York." Journal of the American Planning Association 73, no. 4, (Autumn 2007): 454-467.
Hinshaw, Mark, and Brian Vanneman. "The Supermarket as a Neighborhood Building Block." Planning (March 2010): 28-31.

Duany, Andrés, and David Brain. "Regulating as if Humans Matter: The Transect and Post-Suburban Planning." In Regulating Place: Standards and the Shaping of Urban America. Edited by Eran Ben-Joseph, and Terry S. Szold. NY: Rutledge 2004. ISBN: 9780415948746.
Lopez, Guillermo. "Public Space Design." Urban Land 65, no. 3 (March 2006): 60-64. The design/public space connection.
Nyren, Ron. "Creating Temporary Landscapes on Empty Sites." Urban Land 66, no. 4 (April 2007): 140-141. An interesting take on making lively places on unused sites.
Talen, Emily. "Design by the Rules: The Historical Underpinnings of Form-Based Codes." Journal of the American Planning Association 75, no. 2 (Spring 2009): 144-160.
Cable, Faith. "Design First, Codify Second: Germany Offers Lessons for U.S. Planners." Planning (July 2009): 24-29

Nasar, Jack L. "Does Neotraditional Development Build Community?" Journal of Planning Education and Research 23, no. 1 (Fall 2003): 58-68.

Rishbeth, Clare. "Ethnic Minority Groups and the Design of Public Open Space: An Inclusive Landscape?" Landscape Research 26, no. 4 (2001): 351-366.
Tarnay, Stella, and Ed McMahon. "Toward Green Urbanism." Urban Land 64, no. 6 (June 2005): 54-59.

Enlow, Clair. "Planning—Rethinking Streets as Parks—Seattle's Open Space Strategy Shifts its Emphasis Away from Traditional Parks to an Evolving 'Urban Ecosystem' that Focuses on City Streets." Landscape Architecture 92 (2002): 52-58.

Dinola, Ralph, and Shum-Miller, Katrina. "Getting Behind the Wheel." Urban Land, no. 6 (June 2006): 70-75. Green buildings and sustainability create market advantage.
Kreisler, Barbara. "Moving Beyond Green." Urban Land 65, no. 6 (June 2006): 76-81. A more holistic approach.
Groc, Isabelle. "Keep Your Footprint Out of My Backyard." Planning (January 2007): 32- 35. Vancouver's eco-density initiative described.

Taylor, Brian D. "Putting a Price on Mobility: Cars and Contradictions in Planning." Journal of the American Planning Association 72, no. 3 (Summer 2006): 279-284.
Handy, Susan. "The Road Less Driven." Journal of the American Planning Association 72, no. 3 (Summer 2006): 274-278. (PDF)
Tumlin, Jeffery, and Adam Millard-Ball. "How to Make Transit-Oriented Development Work." Planning (May 2003): 14-19. (PDF)
Strauss, Mark E., and Lawrence M. Rosenbloom. "Making TOD Real." Urban Land 63, no. 5 (May, 2004): 14; 17.
McCann, Barbara. "Complete the Streets!" Planning (May 2005): 18-23. Pedestrians and cyclists are integral parts of complete streets.
Schellinger, David, and Sharon Priest. "Getting Streetscape Design Right." Planning (June 2006): 44-49. Some basic tools and approaches.

Szold, Terry. "Merging Place-Making and Process in Local Practice." In The Profession of City Planning: Changes, Images, and Challenges 1950-2000. Edited by Lloyd Rodwin, and Bish Sanyal. Center for Urban Policy Research, Rutgers, New Brunswick, N.J., 2000, pp. 36-42. ISBN: 9780882851655.
Ben-Joseph, Eran. "The Future of Standards and Rules in Shaping Place: Re-engineering the Urban Genetic Code." ASCE Journal of Urban Planning and Development, June 2004.

Glazer, Nathan. "The Public's Image of the Profession." In The Profession of City Planning: Changes, Images, and Challenges 1950-2000. Edited by Lloyd Rodwin, and Bish Sanyal. Center for Urban Policy Research, Rutgers, New Brunswick, N.J., 2000, pp. 224-230. ISBN: 9780882851655.
 
 
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