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Evolution in regional planning: the Italian path

Show simple item record De Luca, Giuseppe Lingua, Valeria 2016-11-30T09:40:36Z 2016-11-30T09:40:36Z 2014-12-30
dc.identifier.citation Luca, G., Lingua, V. (2014). Evolution in regional planning: the Italian path. Iconarp International Journal of Architecture and Planning, 2(2), 14-33. tr_TR
dc.identifier.issn 2147-9380
dc.description tr_TR
dc.description.abstract Focus of the paper are the models and practices of regional spatial planning activated in Italy in the most recent years, in order to evidence the innovation occurred and the challenges that regional planning institutions are facing. Compared to a theoretical and legislative framework that tends to separate the different types of regional planning (spatial, landscape, development planning), the experimental framework is characterized by pluralistic approaches in which a balance between a normative and a strategic nature of the territorial plan is searched, in order to introduce perspectives of economic and social development. In a continuous process of institutional reflexivity and learning, the regional institutions have now achieved that the notion of 'region' has become more about social interaction than geographical location. For that, interesting experiences of intraregional and interregional cooperation are developing, as called Interregional table of PadanoAlpine-Maritime Macro Area in Northern Italy, a place-based approach generating supra-local shared visions that are of a certain interest. tr_TR
dc.language.iso en tr_TR
dc.publisher Selcuk University Faculty of Architecture tr_TR
dc.subject Regional spatial planning tr_TR
dc.subject Territorial cooperation tr_TR
dc.subject Regional strategies tr_TR
dc.subject Bölgesel stratejiler tr_TR
dc.subject Bölgesel mekansal planlama tr_TR
dc.subject Bölgesel işbirliği tr_TR
dc.title Evolution in regional planning: the Italian path tr_TR
dc.type Article tr_TR
dc.relation.journal Iconarp International Journal of Architecture and Planning
dc.identifier.volume 2
dc.identifier.startpage 14
dc.identifier.endpage 33

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