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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...
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 ...
An evaluation on adoption factors of spatial decision support systems in planning
Erken, Şeyma; Pınarcıoğlu, Mehmet Melih; Department of Regional Planning (2021-6)
Changes in production and consumption patterns as a result of globalization are leading to ever-increasing carbon dioxide emissions and environmental problems. As a result of this situation, climate change and global warmi...
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...
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...
A Macrolevel tabu-search based approach to determine the major factors in built environment-traffic safety relationship
Alişan, Onur; Babalık, Ela; Department of City and Regional Planning (2021-3-05)
Traffic crashes are a significant contributing factor to fatalities globally, with an increasing pace of crashes occurring in urban areas. Thus, this study aims to analyze the relationship between urban built environment a...
Economic, social and environmental impacts of urban energy systems: the case of izmir natural gas network
Zengin, Beyda Nur; Şenyel Kürkçüoğlu, Müzeyyen Anıl; Department of City Planning (2021-2-15)
Urban infrastructure systems are high-cost urban components that provide physical and socio-economic functioning in daily life and affect livability and modernization processes. Infrastructure systems, which directly ...
Evokıng the cıty’s past, recollectıng the cıtızen’s memory ın a post-conflıct urban settıng: the case of Suriçi, Diyarbakır
Kaya, Berçem; Severcan, Yücel Can; Department of City and Regional Planning (2021-1-06)
In different historical period of times, cities are the subject of the dialectic between destruction and reconstruction. This destruction is threatening the socio-spatial, socio-political character of cities and daily life...
Failing promises of homeownership in Turkey
Aksoy Khurami, Esma; Özdemir Sarı, Özgül Burcu; Department of City and Regional Planning (2020-12-23)
Homeownership is not a new agenda of housing policy in Turkey. During the last 20 years, policies promoting homeownership have been executed, and planning has been used as a pair of tongs. Through new house building, the i...
A research on resilience of urban public spaces: the case of Güvenpark, Ankara
Tümer Ergün, Ece; Büyükcivelek, Ahmet Burak; Department of City Planning (2020-10-23)
Cities are constantly changing and developing within the framework of social, economic, technological and political contexts. Therefore, it is increasingly common to accept cities as dynamic and complex systems instead of ...
Application of the ‘smart’ to the city a critical evaluation: The case of Turkey
Bayramoğlu Barman, Gülnar; Babalık, Ela; Department of City and Regional Planning (2020-9)
For decades cities have brought various concepts in order to create self-sustaining natural urban environments for future generations. Rapidly developing technologies have always been involved in this process and evolved t...
(Re)production of industrial terrain vague: The case of the national textile factory in Adana
Güldal, Gözde; Uzun, Cemile Nil; Department of City and Regional Planning (2020-7)
In this thesis it is aimed to reveal a value model that can be referred to be able to reevaluation of the abandoned industrial assets which are industrial heritage, in the urban context. The main purpose is to construct a ...
Questioning the spatial boundaries in suburban residential sites in Ankara: the case of Koru neighborhood
Bilir, Zeliha Irmak; Akkar Ercan, Zübeyde Müge; Urban Design in City and Regional Planning Department (2020)
As in many other professional disciplines, ‘spatial boundaries’ has been one of the current critically important research topics in the field of urban design. With the fast increase in population, urban areas which have ra...
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 soc...
Multimodal integration in transit system based on CBD accessibility: the case of Ankara
Ayar Turan, Şeymanur; Yetişkul Şenbil, Emine; Department of City and Regional Planning (2020)
Individual automobile use appears as an attractive urban transport mode because it provides door-to-door travel regardless of how the origin-destination patterns or time variability of travel demand are complicated. Furthe...
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