Rediscovering Mersin city center: walking as an urban design strategy

Bilsel, Fatma Cânâ
Seccı, Claudıo
Demir Mishchenko, Evrim
Zorlu, Fikret
Belge, Sara Züleyha
Lebarbey, Celıa


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More than half of the population are living in cities and the number is increasing. Interactions of urbanization-migration-environment is becoming a great concern since increase in urbanization accelerates migration and environmental problems. Education can be regarded a promising actor to overcome challenges due to these interactions. Accordingly, this study aimed to examine university students’ views on the interactions among urbanization-migration-environment to construct a plan on related educational...
Citation Formats
F. C. Bilsel, C. Seccı, E. Demir Mishchenko, F. Zorlu, S. Z. Belge, and C. Lebarbey, Rediscovering Mersin city center: walking as an urban design strategy. 2016, p. 12.