Urban Transformation In The Eighteenth Century Ottoman City

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1975
Tankut, Gönül
Kentsel değişim yapısal değişimleri gerektirir. Bu nedenle de, tüm kentlerde onsekizinci yüzyılda böyle bir değişimden söz edilemez. Ayrıca, bu konuyu içeren kuramlar henüz tam gelişmemiştir. Bu nokta gözetildiğinde yapılan araştırmayı kuramsal bir tabana oturtmak amacı ile değişim(transforraation) ile yayilim(diffusion) olguları arasında bir analoji kurmak yoluna gidilmiştir. Üstelik, değişim matematik kavram olarak böyle bir benzetmeye olanak sağlamaktadır. Böylece, yayılım kuramından yararlanmak geçerli olmaktadır. İstanbul'un onsekizinci yüzyıldaki mekansal yayılımı 100 yıllık bir zaman süreci içinde ele alınarak fizik çevreye yansıtılmıştır. Yayılımı iten ve köstekleyen etmenler birer birer tartışılmakta ve o çağın politik, toplumsal ve ekonomik özelliklerinin ışığı altında eleştirilmektedir. Bu yöntemi izlerken araştırmanın amacı yayılım örüntüsünün (diffusion pattern) tarafsız bir değerlendirmesini yaparak hareket noktalarındaki değişimleri ve varış noktasındaki yayılımları inceleyip yorumlamaktır.

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G. Tankut, “Urban Transformation In The Eighteenth Century Ottoman City,” ODTÜ Mimarlık Fakültesi Dergisi, vol. 1, no. 2, pp. 247–262, 1975, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: http://jfa.arch.metu.edu.tr/archive/0258-5316/1975/cilt01/sayi_2/247-262.pdf.