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Projekt Nova Gorica 2000
Mlinar, Zdravko (Author)

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Abstract
Projekt Nova Gorica 2000 je bila obširna raziskava, katere namen je osvetliti odnos prebivalcev do urbanističnih vprašanj. Zato v raziskavi obravnavana sloba subjektivnih sil v usmerjanju urbanega razvoja. In sicer je šlo za področje samoupravljanja politike, urbanizma in znanosti družboslovnega raziskovanja. Delo je potekalo v dveh fazah. Najprej se opravi anketna raziskava, s katero so avtorji pridobili vpogled v to, kako občani sami doživljajo in kakšen odnos imajo do oblikovanja svojega mestnega okolja (ta del je bil dokončan februarja 1981). Druga faza, ki se bila izvedena jeseni 1982, pa je na osnovi dopolnilno zbranih informacij razširila tako teoretične predpostavke, prav tako pa z vidika ubranističnega planiranja in družbenega delovanja prinesla nova spoznanja in zavest novogoričanov. Empirično pa je naše delo doživljajo primerjave s tem, kako ljudje percipirajo svoje mesto in svoje ožje bivalno, stanovanjsko okolje.

Language:Slovenian
Keywords:socialna neenakost, združeno delo in bivalno okolje, samostojnost pri delu, struktura stanovalcev, industrija in spalna naselja, prevoz na delo, časovna organizacija dela v mestu, delovni in prosti čas, čas kot vrednota, ritem življenja v mestu, časovna dinamika prehodov čez mejo, značaj mesta, proces izgrajevanja mesta, dinamika mesta, mestne dejavnosti, priljubljenost mesta, splošno zadovoljstvo z mestom, osebna navezanost na mesto, občutek pripadnosti, prihodnja dinamika rasti mesta, mestno jedro, enakomernejša porazdelitev naselij, problemi mesta, reševanje posameznih problemov mesta, urejenost prostorov, lokalna ali širša družbena usmeritev, dosedanje naseljevanje, suburbanizacija, zgoščanje naseljevanja, željeni način bivanja, bivalno okolje, stiki z naravo, sekundarna bivališča, izbira in oblikovanje bivališča, oprema stanovanja, individualnost v bivalnem okolju, arhitektonske ovire, kolektivno bivanje, dijaški domovi, samski domovi, dom za ostarele, rast
Work type:Not categorized (r6)
Tipology:2.20 - Complete Scientific Database or Corpus
Organization:FDV - Faculty of Social Sciences
Year:2001
Publisher:Fakulteta za družbene vede, Arhiv družboslovnih podatkov
Place:Ljubljana
COBISS.SI-ID:26850141 Link is opened in a new window
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Secondary language

Language:English
Abstract:
The project "Nova Gorica 2000" was extensive research with aims to find out the solution to the problem with relationship between residents and urbanism as well as subjective norms at directing the development of urbanism. In first phase (February 1981), the survey was carried out for better understanding of life and perception of designing individual urban city. Second phase (fall 1982), was complementary to the first phase because the information gathers were widened on theoretical basis from urbanistic planning and social activity point of view. And how does people see their city in inner living and residential place.

Keywords:social inequality, communal work and living space, independence at work, industry and sleeping settlements, driving to work, time organization of work, spear time, time as value, life in the city, rhythm of life in the city, nature of the city, urban dynamics, urban activities, general happiness with the city, personal attachment on the city, citizenship, kindness of the city, problems of the city, nature, residents place, furniture, choice of the apartment, size of the apartment, collective living, home for the singles, home for the aged, loneliness, friends, social life, urbanistic problem, informing the residents, cooperation of the residents, aspiration, public discussions

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