1. The urbanization is a crucial process for the development of any society as it allows to make an emphasis on the development of the cities, where a significant amount of financial resources concentrate. The fact that many people moved from the rural areas to the cities in the middle of the 20th century, caused an immense growth of an industry, trade, and business across the country. There are both positive and negative outcomes of the urbanization; however, these outcomes are most commonly referred to as the push-pull factors. Both push and pull factors can be beneficial for particular groups of people while being disadvantaging to the other groups.
This essay will focus on the consequences of this population movement and growth, analyzing how this has effected the allocation of electoral districts, the urban-rural political cleavage, and the urbanization of Indigenous people. Urbanization is both the movement of people from urban
But it is clear that the same underlying forces that have accelerated the pace of globalization (in particular, information technologies and transportation changes) are also contributing to fundamental changes in urban spatial structure at regional levels within many countries, both developed and developing (Elena, 2015). Physical changes in land uses are to be observed as consequences of globalization (Michael, 2001), along with other factors, which is shaping the 21st century cities and urban design and planning practices. Grant and Nijman have discussed in “Globalization and the Corporate Geography of Cities” that the spatial (re)organization of cities and its relation to globalization takes a different form in different
Calvino's imagined city of Octavia stands as an excellent allegory of contemporary cities in view of their dependence on critical infrastructure systems. Especially, though Octavia provides us with an entry point to consider urban infrastructures in relation to disorder. In this article, I consider disorder to be an important aspect of urban infrastructures. The notion of disorder has predominately been defined in relation to its opposite, which at the same time serves as its correlative, that is order. Disorder has been conceptualised in urban studies as a way to challenge the idea of urban order, homogeneity and control.
INTRODUCTION URBAN LAND USED SYSTEM Urban land use system means the system which manages the land area in urban cities. The land in urban areas should plan very well to mitigate the issues that arise in the future. Planning of buildings, roads, highways, rail ways, ports, stations and flyovers has to be planned under this system. It is very important to plan the urban land properly by placing the infrastructures in the proper places because wrong management plans will creates huge cost for the economy. TRANSPORTATION Transportation means moving goods or people from one place to another place.
“THE GENERATORS OF CITY DIVERSITY” BY JANE JACOBS Phạm Nguyên Thảo Student ID: 14510673775 Urban planning plays an important role in city life, especially in a dynamic economy and environment of the city nowadays. Because of the rise in number of crime, pollution, traffic jam,…, many cities are looking for new solutions to deal with these ever growing problems. In the past, many urban planners tried to create perfect cities to completely replace the old cities, for example Ebenezer Howard’s Garden City, or Le Corbusier’s Radiant City. Nevertheless, recent planning has switched from strict building codes and grand schemes, to a more community-based approach that focuses on improving community life and the environment in which people live in. Besides, developing cities also face the threat of losing their diversity and identities.
The extraction of features such as shore line and buildings for change detection and mapping purposes presents many research challenges (Priestnalla G., et al., 2000, Thomas et al. 2003; Ibrahim F. et al. 2011). The main objective of this research is to study and analyze the changes of costal line and costal area of Red Sea coast of Ras Sudr district for developing and protecting it using remotely sensed data and GIS. Rapid urban development and increasing land use changes due to population and economic growth in selected landscapes is being witnessed of late in India and other developing countries.
The movement of population from one region to another is termed as migration. Migration is commonly of two types: temporary and permanent.Temporary migration encompasses annual, seasonal or even daily movements of population between two cities; it is also called ‘commutation’.Migration can be divided into the following types on the basis of origin and destination: Rural to rural R → R Rural to urban R → U Urban to urban U → U Urban to rural U → R In some cases, the population moves from villages to small towns and then to a bigger metropolitan city: this may be termed ‘step-wise migration’.Migration owing to a number of attractions offered by a city is interpreted as migration due to ‘push’ factors; on the other hand, people move out of villages
Based on the global city index there are a huge number of cities that are changing and adapting their policies and town planning strategies to become more globalized. Countries share technology and information to compile policies and strategies to assist in achieving visions and missions set out in the country’s legislation. Public administration and economic development are linked more than ever to global markets and investments. The International Handbook of Globalization and World cities (Elgar:84) mentioned that “the economic growth of cities is less tied to their national relations and more to the global scale, described by Peter Taylor as city ‘hinterworld’ relations (Taylor 2001;a). Cities are increasingly engaged in
1.0 Introduction As cities and regions engage into a global competition for investments, jobs, well-paid and educated residents, tourists, and high-profile amenities, recent urban development policies put much emphasis using events (Brenner and Keil, 2006). Those events are seen to be orchestrated by the city authorities and politicians to promote specific agendas of economic growth, infrastructure projects and place branding. The competition between cities to become the host of events are on the increasing trend especially among the emerging nations. This paper aims to have an more in-depth understanding the role of events in urban governance and interurban competitions and the effects on policies and strategies that local and central government