PRODUCTION OF SPACE AND AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION UNDER METROPOLITAN MUNICIPALITY SYSTEM: THE CASE OF KONYA

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2022-9
Yaşar, Ceren Gamze
Agricultural production and production of space are colliding into each other on a larger scale and more than ever today. This encounter is not only geographical but also economic, social and political. The form of the produced space, urban form and the distribution of these spaces and populations in the geography, the settlement patterns are two significant elements of the encounter of agricultural production and production of space. The legal framework of urban policy, land use policy and local governments, in Turkey, is a significant variable in this encounter. Metropolitan Municipality System, with expanded borders to a provincial scale with the 6360 Law is the point of departure for this study and within this context, the impacts of the Metropolitan Municipality System (MMS) on agricultural production, settlement patterns and urban forms in time, in relation to each other will be the focus of interest. The methodological cityist urban policy making of local governments within the metropolitan municipal system and the impact over the urban semi-periphery of cities and rural periphery of provinces is what this study will revolve around and within this frame, the three pillars of the settlement pattern, the geographical distribution of the population; the urban form, the form of the settlement area, the agricultural production will be under inspection with reference to core-periphery. With quantitative, spatial and qualitative data, the Konya Province, Konya City and the Metropolitan Municipality of Konya are where the hypotheses tested

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C. G. Yaşar, “PRODUCTION OF SPACE AND AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION UNDER METROPOLITAN MUNICIPALITY SYSTEM: THE CASE OF KONYA,” Ph.D. - Doctoral Program, Middle East Technical University, 2022.