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فهم العلاقة بين التنوع العرقي والفراغات العامة: تحليل مرجعي

Yıl 2022, Cilt 1, Sayı 1, 113 - 141, 25.09.2022

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يمكن رؤية علاقة "الجمهور" - الأفراد في المجتمع وانخراطهم مع بعضهم البعض - في أوضح صورها في قلب المدن ؛ في الفراغات العامة. ساهم العديد من العلماء من مختلف التخصصات على مر السنين بأبحاث مكثفة حول هذه الفكرة. تقدم هذه المقالة تحليلاً بناءً لمقاربات البحث والمنهجيات المطبقة على التنوع العرقي كظاهرة اجتماعية فيما يتعلق بالفراغات العامة. يفحص البحث 1079 مقالة منشورة بين 1995 و 2020 وتم تضمينها في قاعدة بيانات Web of Science. تمت تصفية مجموعة البيانات المرجعية يدويًا ، وتم إنتاج التصور العلمي القائم على الاستعلام باستخدام برنامج CiteSpace. يستكشف المقال كيفية تطبيق النظرية ، ويحدد الاتجاهات الحالية ، والفجوات ، والأساليب المنهجية الشائعة في الدراسات ، والتي قد تؤدي إلى رؤى جديدة لمزيد من البحث متعدد التخصصات. تُظهر النتائج مجموعتين أساسيتين في التصور النظري للموضوع: نهج العلاقات بين الإنسان والمكان ، والذي يعتمد على فحص السياسة الحضرية والاجتماعية ، ونهج العلاقات بين الإنسان والإنسان ، والذي يركز على التفاعلات بين الأشخاص ويعتبر الفراغ العام بمثابة الوسيط من أجل هذا اللقاء الاجتماعي.

Kaynakça

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  • AMIN Ash, 2002. Ethnicity and the multicultural city: Living with diversity, in “Environment and Planning”, n. 34(6), pp. 959–980. DOI:10.1068/a3537.
  • AMIN Ash, 2012. Land of strangers. Polity Press, Cambridge.
  • ANDRADE, L. F. S., DE PAVIA, A. L., DE BRITO, M. J., GARCIA, A. S. & DO PRADO, J. W., 2016. The right to shape different cities and public realm? A systematic review on “right to the city” scientific production in public administration (1995–2015). Paper presented at XL Encontro do ANPAD, 25–28 September, Costa do Sauípe, Brazil. Typescript.
  • AYATA Sencer, 2008. Migrants and changing urban periphery: Social relations, cultural diversity and the public space in Istanbul’s new neighbourhoods, in “International Migration”, n. 46(3), pp. 27–64. DOI:10.1111/j.1468-2435.2008.00461.x
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  • BURGERS Jack & ZUIDERWIJK Linda, 2016. At home at the neighborhood square, in “Home Cultures”, n. 13(2), pp. 101–121. DOI:10.1080/17406315.2016.1190582.
  • CALIENDO Guillermo G., 2011. MLK Boulevard: Material forms of memory and the social contestation of racial signification, in “Journal of Black Studies”, n. 42(7), pp. 1148–1170. DOI:10.1177/0021934711404415.
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Understanding of the relation between ethnic diversity and public space

Yıl 2022, Cilt 1, Sayı 1, 113 - 141, 25.09.2022

Öz

In its most obvious form, the mechanism of the “public” – the individuals in a society and their engagement with each other – can be seen in the core of the cities; the public space. Over the years, many scholars from various disciplines have contributed extensive research on this notion. This article provides a constructive analysis of research approaches and methodologies applied to ethnic diversity as a social phenomenon in relation to public space. It examines 1,079 articles published between 1995 and 2020 and included in Web of Science. The bibliometric dataset was manually filtered, and query-based scientometric visualization was produced using CiteSpace software. The article explores how theory is applied, and it outlines current trends, gaps, and common methodological approaches in the literature, which may lead to new insights for further interdisciplinary research. The results show two fundamental clusters in the theoretical conceptualization regarding the subject: a human–place relational approach, which is based on examining urban and social policy, and a human–human relational approach, which focuses on interpersonal interactions and considers public space a facilitator for this social encounter.

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Ayrıntılar

Birincil Dil Arapça
Konular Mimarlık, Mimarlık, Planlama, Tasarım, Şehir ve Bölge Planlama
Bölüm Derlemeler
Çevirmenler

Tülay ZIVALI

Teşekkür Special thanks to Prof. Dr. Salah HAJISMAIL for providing Arabic language support for this article.
Yayımlanma Tarihi 25 Eylül 2022
Başvuru Tarihi 2 Eylül 2022
Kabul Tarihi 20 Eylül 2022
Yayınlandığı Sayı Yıl 2022, Cilt 1, Sayı 1

Kaynak Göster

APA (2022). فهم العلاقة بين التنوع العرقي والفراغات العامة: تحليل مرجعي (T. Zıvalı, Çev.) . Digital international journal of Architecture Art Heritage , 1 (1) , 113-141 . Retrieved from https://dergipark.org.tr/tr/pub/jah/issue/72660/1177636