Examining the Characteristics of Science Centres in Ankara



Examining the characteristics of science centres in Ankara
Kaya, Mine; Çakıroğlu, Jale (2015-04-26)
Investigating the publicness of administrative spaces and a case study in Bakanlıklar District : Ankara
Kelleci, Semih; Barlas, Mehmet Adnan; Department of City and Regional Planning (2012)
Public spaces are the core elements of shaping the social life in the cities, and design of public spaces is a key component of urban design. As tools of inclusive or exclusive design methods of public space vary, user group’s publicness increase or decrease relatively. So, who is defined as public for the design of public space is the main concern shaping the built environment. Centers are the peak points of publicness in cities and as a central activity administration is indispensible for every settlement...
Examining religious beliefs among university students in Ankara
Mutlu, K (JSTOR, 1996-06-01)
At present, one important issue under discussion is whether Turkey will join the European Community, despite her being a Moslem country. This study shows that religious socialization among university students (N = 1099) is increasing, but not at the expense of democratic values. Although, religious socialization appears to increase, subjects overwhelmingly reject religious discrimination and fundamentalism. The data were collected in 1978 (N = 536) and in 1991 (N = 563), from groups at universities, in Anka...
Nemati, Parnian; Aykaç Leıdholm, Pınar; Rifaioğlu, Mert Nezih; Conservation of Cultural Heritage in Department of Architecture (2022-12-13)
The worldwide phenomenon of heritage-led regeneration has been considered a panacea for dilapidated historic urban tissues to regenerate them through their cultural heritage. However, the promotion of the heritage through development plans and projects affects the physical and social aspects of historic urban tissues substantially. Therefore, it is necessary to assess the precise impacts of heritage-led regeneration due to its extensive effects on historic cities and residents. Antakya, or ancient Antioch, ...
Investigating the applicability of water sensitive urban design techniques for Güzelyurt, Northern Cyprus
Elham, Jahani; Akıntuğ, Bertuğ; Sustainable Environment and Energy Systems (2017-2)
Water Sensitive Urban Design (WSUD) is a method used to mitigate the negative effect of urbanization on the water cycle. Due to a high percentage of impervious surfaces in urban area and reduction in the share of infiltration and evaporation, a considerable amount of rainfall is converted to runoff. This increase in runoff portion in urban areas causes serious problems for public and private properties. Moreover, the impact of climate change on more intensive rainfall events would cause serious problems tha...
Citation Formats
M. Tanrısevdi and J. Çakıroğlu, “Examining the Characteristics of Science Centres in Ankara,” 2015, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/79398.