John Gøtze's PhD-thesis
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    Author: John Gøtze
    Title: Participatory Design in an Urban Context

    PhD-thesis
    Department of Technology and Social Sciences
    Technical University of Denmark.

    Supervisor Assistant Professor Lauge Baungaard Rasmussen
    Co-supervisor Professor Masao Hijikata, School of Social Sciences, Waseda University, Tokyo.

    Submitted March 1997
    Accepted June 1997

    Published in print by the department.
    Published electronically by John Gotze.

    Summary:
    The general theme is democratic urban innovation and participatory design processes. The project aims at examining and assessing the possibi-lities for increa-sing public participation and citizenship in the urban development. Furthermore, the project aims at strengthening the understanding of the conditions necessary for estab-lishing urban social networks, and different methodologies for doing so are examined. As part of this, a study is done on electronic democracy, i.e., different forms of information and communi-cation technologies (IT/ICT, Internet) that are actually and potentially applicable to innovative urban community development. The project combines theories of communication, dialogue and innovation with theories of systems, information, media and decision making. The project involves a comparative study of selected projects in the capital regions of Den-mark (Copenhagen) and Japan (Tokyo). Theoretical inspiration comes from, e.g., Richard Sennett, Raymond Williams, Iris Marion Young, Johan Asplund, Oskar Negt, Hannah Arendt, Carole Pateman, Donald Schön, and Peter Checkland.


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    Dublin Core attributeScheme (if any)Value
    DC.TitleParticipatory Design in an Urban Context
    DC.Title.AlternativeJohn Gøtze's PhD thesis
    DC.CreatorJohn Gøtze
    DC.Creator.Addressjohn@gotzespace.dk
    DC.SubjectCitizen participation
    DC.SubjectDemocracy
    DC.SubjectUrban sociology
    DC.SubjectInformation- and Communication Technology
    DC.SubjectAATcommunity design centers
    DC.SubjectOECDDEMOCRACY
    DC.SubjectOECDINFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
    DC.SubjectLCCSHT51-65
    DC.SubjectCCSK.4
    DC.DescriptionThe general theme is democratic urban innovation and participatory design processes. The project aims at examining and assessing the possibi-lities for increa-sing public participation and citizenship in the urban development. Furthermore, the project aims at strengthening the understanding of the conditions necessary for estab-lishing urban social networks, and different methodologies for doing so are examined. As part of this, a study is done on electronic democracy, i.e., different forms of information and communi-cation technologies (IT/ICT, Internet) that are actually and potentially applicable to innovative urban community development. The project combines theories of communication, dialogue and innovation with theories of systems, information, media and decision making. The project involves a comparative study of selected projects in the capital regions of Den-mark (Copenhagen) and Japan (Tokyo). Theoretical inspiration comes from, e.g., Richard Sennett, Raymond Williams, Iris Marion Young, Johan Asplund, Oskar Negt, Hannah Arendt, Carole Pateman, Donald Schön, and Peter Checkland.
    DC.PublisherGotzespace
    DC.Publisher.Addressjohn@gotzespace.dk
    DC.DateISO86011998-05-01
    DC.TypeText.Thesis.Doctoral
    DC.FormatIMTtext/html
    DC.Identifierhttp://www.gotzespace.dk/phd/
    DC.IdentifierISBN87-89551-27-3
    DC.SourceISBN87-89551-27-3
    DC.LanguageISO639-1en
    DC.RelationURLhttp://www.gotzespace.dk/
    DC.Date.X-MetadataLastModifiedISO86011998-05-31

    Kolofon

    Titel
    Participatory design in an urban context
    Undertitel
    John Gøtze's PhD thesis
    Udgiver
    Gotzespace
    Ansvarlige institutioner
    Danmarks Tekniske Universitet
    Institut for Teknologi og Samfund
    Copyright
    John Gøtze
    Noter og andre oplysninger
    Denne PhD-afhandling blev indleveret til bedømmelse d 31 marts 1997 og blev forsvaret og godkendt i juni 1997.
    Emneord
    Medborgerdeltagelse. Demokrati. Bysociologi, Informationssamfundet.
    Resumé
    Afhandlingens overordnede formål er med udgangspunkt i udvalgte samfundsvidenskabelige teorier at undersøge og vurdere mulighederne for at fremme den folkelige deltagelse i lokalsamfundsud-viklingen i større byer. Projektet sigter nærmere bestemt mod at: beskrive forskellige former for sociale kommunikationsmønstre i forbindelse med deltagelse i lokalsamfundsudviklingen; beskrive forskellige former for informationsteknologiske kommunikationssystemer (Internet, IT), som kan tænkes eller har været anvendt i forbindelse med lokalsamfundsudvikling, samt erfaringer med disse indenfor udvalgte projekter og initiativer; analysere om og i hvilket omfang udvalgte teorier om offentlighedsdannelse i forbindelse med byudvikling kan anvendes som forståelsesramme for sociale og teknologiske kommunikationsmønstre i forbindelse med byudvikling; formulere retningslinier for hvorledes deltagelsesprocesser i forbindelse med lokal samfunds udvikling kan organiseres således at den lokale befolknings særlige interesser inddrages i udviklingsprocessen samtidig med at overordnede samfundsmæssige hensyn tilgodeses indenfor det pågældende lokalområde. Teoretiske kilder er bl.a. Richard Sennett, Raymond Williams, Iris Marion Young, Johan Asplund, Oskar Negt, Hannah Arendt, Carole Pateman, Donald Schön, og Peter Checkland.
    Summary in English
    The general theme is democratic urban innovation and participatory design processes. The project aims at examining and assessing the possibi-lities for increa-sing public participation and citizenship in the urban development. Furthermore, the project aims at strengthening the understanding of the conditions necessary for estab-lishing urban social networks, and different methodologies for doing so are examined. As part of this, a study is done on electronic democracy, i.e., different forms of information and communi-cation technologies (IT/ICT, Internet) that are actually and potentially applicable to innovative urban community development. The project combines theories of communication, dialogue and innovation with theories of systems, information, media and decision making. The project involves a comparative study of selected projects in the capital regions of Den-mark (Copenhagen) and Japan (Tokyo). Theoretical inspiration comes from, e.g., Richard Sennett, Raymond Williams, Iris Marion Young, Johan Asplund, Oskar Negt, Hannah Arendt, Carole Pateman, Donald Schön, and Peter Checkland.
    Sprog
    Engelsk
    ISBN
    87-89551-27-3
    Pris
    Gratis (on-line)
    200,- DKK (trykt)
    URL
    http://www.gotzespace.dk/phd/
    Version
    1.0
    Versionsdato
    1. maj 1998
    Filformater
    HTML (text/html), GIF (image/gif), Word 7.0 (application/msword)
    Inventarliste (filliste)
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    Den trykte udgaves ISBN
    87-89551-27-3

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