FACULTY OF ARCHITECTURE
CITY AND REGIONAL PLANNING
Course Name   PLANNING STUDIO 6
Semester Course Code Theoretical / Practice time ECTS
6 3503664 4 / 4 8
Course Degree Bachelor's degree
Course Language Turkish
Format of Delivery: Face to Face
Course Coordinator Assist. Prof. Dr. Arzu TAYLAN
Coordinator e-mail ataylan selcuk.edu.tr
Instructors
Yrd. Doç. Dr. Arzu TAYLAN
Asistant Instructors
Course Objectives To increase the knowledge and understanding on urban form, spatial pattern and organization of urban structural elements within the framework of historical process and theoretical background in addition to the planning instruments and techniques for controlling of urban growth.
Basic Sciences Engineering Scinces Social Sciences Educational Sciences Artistic sciences Medical Science Agricultural sciences
0 10 90 0 0 0 0
Course Learning Methods and Techniquies
Week Course Content Resource
1 Introduction to the Course and Overview ALFELD, L. E. and A. K. GRAHAM. (1976) Introduction to Urban Dynamics. Wright-Allen Press, Cambridge, MA, USA.BLUMENFELD, H. (1972) Theory of City Form, Past and Present, in Spreiregen (ed), The Modern Metropolis: Its Origins, Growth and Form
2 The Characteristics and Components of Urban Structure, Form, Elements and Land Use Pattern BLUMENFELD, H. (1972) Theory of City Form, Past and Present, in Spreiregen (ed), The Modern Metropolis: Its Origins, Growth and Form.
3 Urban Growth Theories: Central Place Theory (Christaller, Isard) BLUMENFELD, H. (1972) Theory of City Form, Past and Present, in Spreiregen (ed), The Modern Metropolis: Its Origins, Growth and Form
4 Urban Growth Theories: Ecological Green Belt, Urban Growth and Urban Form Theory HOYT, H. (2000) The Land Boom of the First Skyscrapers and the First Worlds Fair, 1878?98. Chapter IV in One Hundred Years of Land Planning in Chicago: the Relationship of the growth of Chicago to the rise of Its land Values, 1830?1933. Beard Books, LYNCH, K. (1984) Dimensions of Performance. Chapter 6 in Good City Form. MIT Press, pp. 111?20.
5 Urban Growth Theories: Political Economy Approach HARVEY, D. (1985) The Urbanization of Capital. The Urbanization of Capital. Baltimore, MD: John Hopkins University Press, , pp. 185-226.
6 Urban Growth Theories: System Approach BERTALANFFY, L. V. (1968) General systems Theory. New York. George Brazillier
7 Urban Growth Theories: Urban Rent Theory BALCHIN, P.N., BULL, G.H. and KIEVE, J.L. (1995) Urban Land Economics and Public Policy, MacMillan, Great Britain. Turan, M. (2009) Türkiyede Kentsel Rant Devlet Mülkiyetinden Özel Mülkiyete, Tan, Ankara
8 Historical Structure of Urban Growth: Pre-Industrial City, Industrial Revolution and the Influence of 1st World Way into Urban Pattern GORDON, D. (1984) Capitalist Development and the History of American Cities" In Marxism and the Metropolis. Edited by William K. Tabb and Larry Sawers. New York, NY: Oxford University Press, pp. 21-53. JEFFEREY, M. (2004) Urbanization and the Social Origins of National Policies Toward Sprawl." In Urban Sprawl in Western Europe and the United States. Edited by Harry Ridson. Burlington, VT: Ashgate Press
9 Historical Structure of Urban Growth: Suburbanization after the 2nd World War KOSTOF, S. (1991) The City Shaped: urban patterns and meanings through history, London: Thames and Hudson. GOTTDİENER, M. (1977) Planned Sprawl: Private and Public Interests in Suburbia. Beverly Hills, CA: Sage Publications, pp. 67-146.
10 Urban Dynamics after Globalization, Urban Forms and Spatial Structure KEYDER, Ç. (2005) Globalization and Social Exclusion in Istanbul, International Journal of Urban and Regional Research, 291: 124-134. MARCUSE, P. & KEMPEN, R. (2000) Globalizing Cities: A New Spatial Order, Mass: Blackwell Publishers, Oxford. SOJA, E.W. (1989) Post Modern Geographies, The Reassertion of Space in Critical Social Theory, Vers, Neo, Londra, New York.
11 MIDTERM EXAMINATION
12 Reasons and Consequences of Sprawl in Urban Periphery EWING, R. (1994) Characteristics, Causes and Effects of Sprawl: A Literature Review, Environmental and Urban Issues, 21(2), pp:1-15. DEVAS, N., and RAKODI, C. (1993) The Urban Challenge. Chapter 1 in Managing Fast Growing Cities: New Approaches to Urban Planning and Management in the Developing World. Longman Group, pp. 1?40.
13 New Approaches to Control Urban Growth: Sustainable Urban Development, Smart Growth and Compact City Form NEWMAN, P., and KENWORTHY, J. (1999). The Concept of Sustainability and Its Relationship to Cities." Chapter 1 in Sustainability in Cities: Overcoming Automobile Dependence. Island Press, 1999, pp. 1?26. DOWNS, A. (2005) Smart Growth: Why We Discuss It More Than We Do It, Journal of the American Planning Association 71, no. 4: 367-378. NEUMAN, M. (2005) The Compact City Fallacy." Journal of Planning Education and Research 25, no. 1: 11-26.
14 Controlling Urban Growth: Zoning in Planning HABRAKEN, N. J. (1987) The Control of Complexity. Places 4, no. 2: 3?15. 12. SO, F. S., and GETZELS, J. (2000) Zoning. Chapter 15 in The Practice of Local Government Planning. International City Management Association in cooperation with the American Planning Association, pp. 416-443.
15 Controlling Urban Growth: Innovations in Zoning, Mixed-Use Land Use and Incentives Godschalk, D. (2000) Land Use Planning Challenges: Coping With Conflicts in Visions of Sustainable Development and Livable Communities. Journal of the American Planning Association 70, no. 1: 5-13.
Assesment Criteria   Mid-term exam Final exam
  Quantity Percentage Quantity Percentage  
Term Studies : - - - -
Attendance / Participation : 10 5 4 4
Practical Exam : - - - -
Special Course Exam : - - - -
Quiz : - - - -
Homework : - - 1 30
Presentations and Seminars : - - 1 26
Projects : - - - -
Workshop / Laboratory Applications : - - - -
Case studies : - - - -
Field Studies : - - - -
Clinical Studies : - - - -
Other Studies : - - - -
Mid-term exam   1 35 - -
Final exam   - - - -
ECTS WORK LOAD TABLE   Number Duration
Course Duration : 14 2
Classroom Work Time : 14 4
Presentations and Seminars : 1 10
Course Internship : - -
Workshop / Laboratory Applications : - -
Field Studies : - -
Case studies : - -
Projects : - -
Homework : 1 12
Quiz : - -
Mid-term exam : 1 14
Final Exam : - -
ECTS 4
No COURSE LEARNING OUTCOMES CONTRIBUTION
D.Ö.Ç. 1 During the urban planning process, the students may have the knowledge and skill to analyse growth form and direction of cities in the future. 4
D.Ö.Ç. 2 During the urban planning process, the students may have the knowledge and ability to produce planning decisions and spatial strategies for controlling the growth forms of cities in the future. 4
D.Ö.Ç. 3 The students may have the knowledge and understanding on the historical development of urban growth and urban form. 3
D.Ö.Ç. 4 During the urban planning process, the students may have the fundamental information to comment and discuss urban development and growth in the frame of historical process. 3
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