Land, Custom and Landownership



Property Rights as a Source for Identifying and Conserving the Spirit of Place
Rifaioğlu, Mert Nezih; Şahin Güçhan, Neriman (2013-03-01)
Urban conservation has recently been held to possess a wide perspective for explicitly identifying and assessing the combination of tangible and intangible values of historic urban contexts and implicitly defining and conserving authenticity, local identity and spirit of place through the developments in assessment of values. Nevertheless, this new way of understanding and appreciating historic urban context brings new questions into the urban conservation discipline. Discourses focus on the importance of d...
Land use, peasants and the republic: debates on land reform in Turkey, 1923-1945 /
Kaya, Safiye Yelda; Aytekin, Erden Attila; Department of Political Science and Public Administration (2014)
This dissertation examines debates over land reform in the single-party period of the Republic of Turkey. It commences with a lengthy background discussion of tenurial relations in Ottoman and early Republican Anatolia. This part builds on secondary literature and revolves around the question as to whether commercialization of agricultural production altered patterns of land use and ownership in Anatolia. Therefore, the discussion starts off from nineteenth-century when Ottoman countryside was integrated to...
Land Art: A Creative Ground for Site Analysis
Baş Bütüner, Funda (2019-09-15)
Thoughts and ideas that derive from a specific context are different from abstract concepts that don’t derive from the experience of the particularities of a place: you have to make connections while evaluating your experience within the specifics of the context: thinking on your feet, so to speak.
Land use / land cover change detection and the impacts of territorial development plans on the change in muğla
Ertunç, Övünç; Severcan, Yücel Can; Abdikan, Saygın; Department of Geodetic and Geographical Information Technologies (2022-2-09)
Forests play a vital role in balancing atmospheric carbon dioxide and thereby diminish the pace of global climate change. Agriculture fights against extreme poverty and feeds a projected 9.7 billion people world population by 2050. Although these natural and agricultural lands are so important for now and the future, they have been shrinking all around the world, especially in developing countries. As in some other developing countries, many metropolitan cities face Land Use (LU)/Land Cover (LC) change in T...
use-reuse-misuse-disuse and refuse of modern heritage buildings
Zelef, Mustafa Haluk (null; 2018-11-03)
Citation Formats
S. T. Jassal, Land, Custom and Landownership. 2001.