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Assessing the sustainability of urban agriculture: the case of Çankaya municipality
Doğan, Şeyma Başak; Kayasü, Serap; Department of City and Regional Planning (2022-1-14)
Agriculture, as the basic economic activity carried out inside the city, has had both economic and social meaning for people since ancient times. However, industrialization caused an increase in the priority of non-agricul...
A post-pandemic reassessment of the New Urbanism principles
Kaya, Yasin Yağız; Akkar Ercan, Z. Müge; Department of City and Regional Planning (2021-12-09)
To live and take shelter, creating a physical environment for human beings first started with carving and then continued with the learning of constructing and building. These constructed physical environments expanded over...
AN EVALUATION OF THE REGION APPROACH IN TURKEY IN THE LIGHT OF THE FUNCTIONAL REGION
Yıldırım Acar, Merve Nur; Özdemir Sarı, Özgül Burcu; Department of City and Regional Planning (2021-12)
Cities and regions are evolving primarily as a result of population increase. Thus, they need more complicated approaches and more functional solutions for the development process. In this respect, the functional region ap...
Evaluation of regional railway investment with urban development dynamics: The case of IZBAN in Izmir
Kul, Fahrettin; Yetişkul Şenbil, Emine; Department of City and Regional Planning (2021-11-29)
With the technological developments, railway transportation has become an important part of urban transport. Besides increasing the accessibility in the city, the railway creates demographic, economic, and spatial effects....
Determinants of Regional Innovation in Turkish NUTS 3 Regions from the Spatial Dependence Perspective
Varış, Sıla Ceren; Özdemir Sarı, Özgül Burcu; Department of City and Regional Planning (2021-11-3)
Combining the existing knowledge in different ways, production, and absorption of the new knowledge, and transformation of all these into innovation in a region are the main driving forces of regional economic performance ...
DEVELOPING URBAN DESIGN INPUTS TO ENHANCE THE FUNCTIONALITY OF THE GREEN AREAS IN CITIES FROM ECOSYSTEM SERVICES PERSPECTIVE: THE CASE OF ÇANKAYA DISTRICT IN ANKARA
arslantaş, fethiye; Akkar Ercan, Zübeyde Müge; Zeydanlı, Uğur Siyami; Department of City and Regional Planning (2021-9-10)
The quality of urban environments and the health of citizens have an essential connection with urban green areas through ecosystem services (ES). However, the rapid urbanization in cities has threatened ES provision and ca...
Urban stigma: a morphological investigation of the marginality in the city
İnce, Büşra; Çalışkan, Olgu; Urban Design in City and Regional Planning Department (2021-9-09)
City is one of the most complex and sophisticated artifacts shaped by numerous inputs and many different programmatic layers that eventually form the urban fabric. In modern cities, the fabric is reproduced through standar...
Timbre of the place: Emerging affective assemblages through the association of place and music
Gölgelioğlu, Can; Ataöv Demirkan, Anlı; Tekeli, İlhan; Department of City and Regional Planning (2021-9)
The singular and deterministic approach of contemporary urban design practice conveys the risk of becoming a graphical and top-down domain. It often relies on a single sensory approach seeking visual perfectionism and aims...
Energy Performance Analysis with Relevance to Urban Form
Işık Demirci, Bircan; Barlas, Mehmet Adnan; Urban Design in City and Regional Planning Department (2021-9)
Urban areas have become the nodal points of the energy problem. Overcoming such points, thus, is essential for responding to the urgent call for the energy transition. This problem manifests itself especially in the buil...
CHANGING WORKSPACES AND URBAN EXPERIENCES OF CREATIVE LABOR: THE CASE OF ISTANBUL
Güner, Gizem; Kayasü, Serap; Department of City and Regional Planning (2021-9)
The economic and spatial vacancy after de-industrialization triggered the cities to capitalize on creative industries, which challenged the conventional dynamics of work and life in the urban sphere. Co-working spaces, hom...
UNDERSTANDING AND MEASURING NEIGHBORHOOD ATTACHMENT AND KNOWLEDGE OF CHILDREN IN İSTANBUL
DEMİRKOL ÇAKAL, GİZEM; Severcan, Yücel Can; Urban Design in City and Regional Planning Department (2021-8-04)
The notion of place attachment starts to develop in childhood. However, the rapid urbanization processes endanger neighborhood knowledge of children and hence their attachment to their environments. The places are transfor...
Investigating Complexity of İzmir Region by Fractal Analysis
Özdemir, Sıla; Yetişkul Şenbil, Emine; Department of City and Regional Planning (2021-8)
Application of fractal analysis under complexity sciences to cities and regions have become a research area. This study aims to analyze the relationship between complexity patterns of regional road network with growth dyna...
An Exploration On How Hegemony Exercises Through Urban Space​​
Kimyon, Deniz; Keskinok, Hüseyin Çağatay; Department of City and Regional Planning (2021-7-30)
Hegemonic exercises are intertwined in everyday life by overt and/or latent forms. Everyday practices in capitalist urban space organizations, which are materialized by pleasure or overwhelming, inherently produce and are ...
THE EVALUATION OF URBAN TRANSPORT MASTER PLANS IN TURKISH CITIES FROM THE PERSPECTIVE OF CLIMATE CHANGE MITIGATION
Kocakuşak, Ayça; Babalık, Ela; Department of City Planning (2021-7-28)
Climate change is a global challenge that many nations deal with. Consumption patterns and greenhouse gas emission levels indicate that activities in urban areas are one of the main reasons for the climate change problem. ...
A generative typology for critical regionalism: An urban design perspective
Kar, Zeynep Elif; Çalışkan, Olgu; Urban Design in City and Regional Planning Department (2021-7-09)
Traditional cities have evolved through a series of local codes from material use and architecture of the buildings to the syntactic structure of settlement pattern. The building rules embedded within the multi-layered nat...
How do institutions matter for innovative entrepreneurship? An investigation at the regional scale
demirdağ, ismail; Eraydın, Ayda; Department of City and Regional Planning (2021-7-2)
Entrepreneurship, which is widely regarded as the primary source of employment, technological progress, innovation and sustainable economic growth and development, differs significantly in terms of level and type across co...
CROWD ORIENTED PUBLIC SPACE APPROACH ON THE ISTIKLAL STREET, ISTANBUL: MANY PEOPLE, IN THE SAME PLACE, AT THE SAME TIME
Kesici, Neslişah; Ataöv Demirkan, Anlı; Urban Design in City and Regional Planning Department (2021-7)
The concepts of public space and crowd have been in a close relationship in every period of history. Especially in today's metropolises, this relationship leads to significant changes and transformations in urban dynamics....
THE FACTORS AFFECTING THE URBAN CREATIVE MOBILITY IN TURKEY: A CASE PERSPECTIVE OF ACADEMICIANS OF ÖYP
Sezgin, Gürel; Büyükcivelek, Ahmet Burak; Department of City Planning (2021-6-23)
In recent decades, the cities of the economically advanced nations have turned their faces to the sectors that input creative production and development for further economic growth and accumulation. The critical component ...
Urban Oblivion: An Evaluation of Urban Conservation Approaches in terms of Geo-cultural Identity in the Case of Jewish Quarter of Ankara
Nalçakar, Elif Merve; Büyükcivelek, Ahmet Burak; Department of City Planning (2021-6)
Cultural identity, whether it is physical or not, whether it is concerning a relatively specific community or the society as a whole, is worth protecting for future generations. Planning as a primary tool for conserving an...
The effects of land policy on urban redevelopment: tracing changing property rights in Yenimahalle
Aycan, Başak; Özdemir Sarı, Özgül Burcu; Department of City Planning (2021-6)
Redevelopment of urban areas means reorganization of property rights through land policies and policy tools. This study is built on the argument that the earliest property pattern established in an area by land policies ha...
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