Transformation of tourist places due to the changing meanings of tourism : new definitions of tourism and alternative tourist space formations

Köse, Filiz


Transformation of urban sphere: Hacibayram square and its environment, Ankara
Yardımcı, Sinem; Sargın, Güven Arif; Department of Architecture (2008)
The aim of this thesis is put forward a critical inquiry into the new advent neoliberal publicity and the spatiality which brought forth by this emergent publicity in Ankara thereby interrogating some key concepts such as neoliberalism, neoliberal urbanization, public space and publicity. “The Renovation Project of Ankara Historical City Center” will be assessed owing to constitute a model for understanding the tendencies in the planning of public spaces of Ankara for the last two decades. Considering the v...
Appropriation and allocation in the (RE) production of public spaces: a survey on three cases from Ankara
Özkan, Selcen Özgül; Bilsel, Fatma Cânâ; Department of Architecture (2010)
Public space is one of the most essential components of urban spaces, as the notion refers to the society and its values. Besides, public spaces provide the society with an opportunity of expression and identification; they have the potential of signification and of orientation of citizens‟ daily life. Public spaces are the urban places which are subject to either spontaneous or intentional transformations. In the present thesis, two developments which can be observed in these processes are examined: „appro...
Cultural differencesin the use of public spaces: a case study on coastal park in Mersin
Pişkin, Nazeli; Bilsel, F. Cânâ,; Department of Architecture (2019)
Mersin that was established as a port city in the mid 19th century, has been part of a commercial network that has led to economic, demographic and cultural interactions with Eastern Mediterranean countries. The multicultural structure of the city, which was the result of these interactions, has been preserved even though its content has changed due to different historical circumstances. Today, Kurdish and Alevi populations who migrated from the South-Eastern Anatolia in the 1990s, and Syrian Migrants force...
Mobility and the role of pedestrian in making public space: Mersin Coastal Park
Belge, Züleyha Sara; Akkar Ercan, Zübeyde Müge; Department of City and Regional Planning (2020)
Public space, being an inevitable component of cities, is an evolving space that transforms, expands or shrinks. Public spaces of cities, in general, constitute squares and streets that are open to the use of the whole society freely. Recreative areas, parks, coastal areas, most of the open spaces and public buildings, such as schools, administrative centres, are also other forms of public spaces. Over the last four decades, private or quasi-private public spaces, like shopping malls, and the privatization ...
Increasing walkability in public spaces of city centres: the case of Tunali Hilmi Street, Ankara
Ghadimkhani, Parisa; Akkar Ercan, Zübeyde Müge; Department of City and Regional Planning (2011)
Liveability and walkability have recently become one of the major policy topics in the agenda of many cities all over the world because of the negative effects of car-oriented urban developments that have impoverished physical, social, cultural, economic and environmental values of cities. In Ankara, however, the urban development policies based on the decentralization of the city centre and inner city, the impoverished public transportation services and infrastructure, the increasing car-dependent developm...
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F. Köse, “Transformation of tourist places due to the changing meanings of tourism : new definitions of tourism and alternative tourist space formations,” Ph.D. - Doctoral Program, Middle East Technical University, 2001.