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Socio-technical urbanization

01SDGRS

A.A. 2019/20

Course Language

Inglese

Course degree

Doctorate Research in Urban And Regional Development - Torino

Course structure
Teaching Hours
Lezioni 16
Teachers
Teacher Status SSD h.Les h.Ex h.Lab h.Tut Years teaching
Governa Francesca Professore Ordinario M-GGR/02 8 0 0 0 3
Teaching assistant
Espandi

Context
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Valutazione CPD /
2019/20
PERIOD: JANUARY - FEBRUARY The aim of the course is to present the socio-technical approach to urbanization processes, with special attention to socio-economic issues and on inequalities in the urban realm which contribute to marginalization. The course builds on the activities of the new inter-department research center FULL, that aims to provide knowledge in the field of urban studies, to design socio-technic innovation scenarios for relevant global urban challenges and to support local decision-making processes. It is also related to the course “Socio-technical design for transformative urbanisme" (DASP PhD programme).
PERIOD: JANUARY - FEBRUARY The aim of the course is to present the socio-technical approach to urbanization processes, with special attention to socio-economic issues and on inequalities in the urban realm which contribute to marginalization. The course builds on the activities of the new inter-department research center FULL, that aims to provide knowledge in the field of urban studies, to design socio-technic innovation scenarios for relevant global urban challenges and to support local decision-making processes. It is also related to the course “Socio-technical design for transformative urbanisme" (DASP PhD programme).
he course can be divided into four parts. Part 1 and 3 provides the student with a basic understanding of the prevailing disciplinary approaches. Part 2 and 4 are organized as discussions and seminars of the arguments proposed in the lectures of part 1 and 3 respectively. In particular, part 1 is devoted to general approaches to the study of the city, including planetary urbanization studies and post-colonial approaches together with microeconomic fundaments of urban development. Part 2 deals with a relevant specific theme at the center of academic discussion: difference, inequality and marginality
he course can be divided into four parts. Part 1 and 3 provides the student with a basic understanding of the prevailing disciplinary approaches. Part 2 and 4 are organized as discussions and seminars of the arguments proposed in the lectures of part 1 and 3 respectively. In particular, part 1 is devoted to general approaches to the study of the city, including planetary urbanization studies and post-colonial approaches together with microeconomic fundaments of urban development. Part 2 deals with a relevant specific theme at the center of academic discussion: difference, inequality and marginality
Date: 21, 23 and 28.01.20 - h 9.30-12.30 18 and 19.02.20 - h 9.30-12.30 Teacher: Luigi BUZZACCHI, Francesca GOVERNA Location: Sala Vigliano
Date: 21, 23 and 28.01.20 - h 9.30-12.30 18 and 19.02.20 - h 9.30-12.30 Teacher: Luigi BUZZACCHI, Francesca GOVERNA Location: Sala Vigliano
Modalità di esame:
Exam:
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Exam:
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