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Journal Details
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Journal
eISSN
1869-4179
First Published
30 Jan 1936
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6 times per year
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German, English

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Volume 60 (2002): Issue 1 (January 2002)

Journal Details
Format
Journal
eISSN
1869-4179
First Published
30 Jan 1936
Publication timeframe
6 times per year
Languages
German, English

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9 Articles

Article

Open Access

Rezensionen

Published Online: 31 Jan 2002
Page range: 70 - 74

Abstract

Open Access

Auswahldokumentation neuer Literatur

Published Online: 31 Jan 2002
Page range: 75 - 86

Abstract

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Vorbemerkung

Published Online: 31 Jan 2002
Page range: 2 - 2

Abstract

Beiträge

Open Access

Social Participation in Formulating the Aims of the Regions

Published Online: 31 Jan 2002
Page range: 3 - 14

Abstract

Abstract

More importance must be attached to social participation if the role of regional planning processes is to be strengthened and implementation deficits redressed. Participation in regional planning can be practicable, as is shown by examples such as the regional amalgamation of the results of local participation processes, the extending of cooperation with social groups, initiating regional discussions via the media, and formal statement proceedings. Due to the lack of evaluation studies, the contribution of extended participation towards sustainable development can only be estimated, but there would seem to be potential for the step-by-step extension of participation at a regional level.

Open Access

New approaches of visualising the problematic suburban developments

Published Online: 31 Jan 2002
Page range: 15 - 27

Abstract

Abstract

The article presents new ways of visualising problematic suburban developments. After reflecting on the dealing with peripheral growth in the US and Germany, possible future developments of space in an exemplary region are simulated by means of computer graphics. The advantage of this process lies in the number of different graphical results in one scenario after accessing the system. There is no firm development stipulated. Rather, different possible developments are shown.

Open Access

The Importance of Fachhochschulen (Universities of Applied Sciences) for Regional Economic Development

Published Online: 31 Jan 2002
Page range: 28 - 36

Abstract

Abstract

This article deals with the importance of the “Niederrhein University of Applied Sciences” (NUAS) for regional development in the Middle Lower Rhine Area. After some general theoretical considerations, the demand-side effects of the university are estimated by means of a regional multiplier analysis. The most important supply-side effects are analysed through a survey of firms. This shows that the university is noticed by only two thirds of regional enterprises, and that courses of study, activities in research and development and in further education, and also other potentials for co-operation, are scarcely recognised by the firms. The NUAS thus has a serious image problem.

Open Access

The „.de”-Domains and the Internet in Germany

Published Online: 31 Jan 2002
Page range: 37 - 47

Abstract

Abstract

The Internet as a virtual medium is often considered to be placeless. This article tries to find out that even the Internet has a regional structure in “real” space. This structure depends on infrastructure (networks) as well as on existing spatial patterns of places. So the Internet intensifies existing regional disparities. The growth pattern of the Internet in Germany shows the same pattern as it is well known from the diffusion of any other innovation. The German Internet Toplevel-Domain “.de” is an example of this growth pattern in Germany.

Open Access

The Regeneration of Derelict Dockland and Riverside Zones

Published Online: 31 Jan 2002
Page range: 48 - 60

Abstract

Abstract

In many ports, dockland areas close to the city centre have become available for urban redevelopment. This article discusses the transformation processes taking place in dockland and riverside zones within the context of the current discourse on urban-development policy; it also describes the renaissance and the transformation in the image of such zones. The author outlines the experience of the changes of use which these areas have undergone, the reasons that led to such sites becoming derelict, and the regeneration process; he also summarises the current state of academic analysis of the subject. Proceeding from a broadbased explanatory approach, the article sets out five phases of the transformation process affecting the relations between city and dockland, concluding with a brief restatement of the importance, the opportunities, problems and risks posed by the redevelopment of dockland and riverside areas.

Open Access

Local Actor Networks and Regional Development overshadowed by Gorleben

Published Online: 31 Jan 2002
Page range: 61 - 69

Abstract

Abstract

In the course of the EU research project DORA (Dynamics of Rural Areas), the Institute of Farm Economics and Rural Studies at the Federal Research Institute for Agriculture (FAL) analyses factors which influenced the economic performance of rural areas in the last two decades. Next to bottlenecks in terms of infrastructure, human capital and industrial structure, the county Luechow-Dannenberg suffers from a marked social and political segmentation of the local community, which is rooted in the ongoing dispute about the nuclear waste facilities in the village of Gorleben. This paper analyses social capital in the region and network structures between the decision makers. The study reveals that the local actor network is clearly segmented into opposing groups and it proves difficult for the regional community to reach consensus about measures for regional development. As a result regional decision making processes and economic development are decisively obstructed.

9 Articles

Article

Open Access

Rezensionen

Published Online: 31 Jan 2002
Page range: 70 - 74

Abstract

Open Access

Auswahldokumentation neuer Literatur

Published Online: 31 Jan 2002
Page range: 75 - 86

Abstract

Open Access

Vorbemerkung

Published Online: 31 Jan 2002
Page range: 2 - 2

Abstract

Beiträge

Open Access

Social Participation in Formulating the Aims of the Regions

Published Online: 31 Jan 2002
Page range: 3 - 14

Abstract

Abstract

More importance must be attached to social participation if the role of regional planning processes is to be strengthened and implementation deficits redressed. Participation in regional planning can be practicable, as is shown by examples such as the regional amalgamation of the results of local participation processes, the extending of cooperation with social groups, initiating regional discussions via the media, and formal statement proceedings. Due to the lack of evaluation studies, the contribution of extended participation towards sustainable development can only be estimated, but there would seem to be potential for the step-by-step extension of participation at a regional level.

Open Access

New approaches of visualising the problematic suburban developments

Published Online: 31 Jan 2002
Page range: 15 - 27

Abstract

Abstract

The article presents new ways of visualising problematic suburban developments. After reflecting on the dealing with peripheral growth in the US and Germany, possible future developments of space in an exemplary region are simulated by means of computer graphics. The advantage of this process lies in the number of different graphical results in one scenario after accessing the system. There is no firm development stipulated. Rather, different possible developments are shown.

Open Access

The Importance of Fachhochschulen (Universities of Applied Sciences) for Regional Economic Development

Published Online: 31 Jan 2002
Page range: 28 - 36

Abstract

Abstract

This article deals with the importance of the “Niederrhein University of Applied Sciences” (NUAS) for regional development in the Middle Lower Rhine Area. After some general theoretical considerations, the demand-side effects of the university are estimated by means of a regional multiplier analysis. The most important supply-side effects are analysed through a survey of firms. This shows that the university is noticed by only two thirds of regional enterprises, and that courses of study, activities in research and development and in further education, and also other potentials for co-operation, are scarcely recognised by the firms. The NUAS thus has a serious image problem.

Open Access

The „.de”-Domains and the Internet in Germany

Published Online: 31 Jan 2002
Page range: 37 - 47

Abstract

Abstract

The Internet as a virtual medium is often considered to be placeless. This article tries to find out that even the Internet has a regional structure in “real” space. This structure depends on infrastructure (networks) as well as on existing spatial patterns of places. So the Internet intensifies existing regional disparities. The growth pattern of the Internet in Germany shows the same pattern as it is well known from the diffusion of any other innovation. The German Internet Toplevel-Domain “.de” is an example of this growth pattern in Germany.

Open Access

The Regeneration of Derelict Dockland and Riverside Zones

Published Online: 31 Jan 2002
Page range: 48 - 60

Abstract

Abstract

In many ports, dockland areas close to the city centre have become available for urban redevelopment. This article discusses the transformation processes taking place in dockland and riverside zones within the context of the current discourse on urban-development policy; it also describes the renaissance and the transformation in the image of such zones. The author outlines the experience of the changes of use which these areas have undergone, the reasons that led to such sites becoming derelict, and the regeneration process; he also summarises the current state of academic analysis of the subject. Proceeding from a broadbased explanatory approach, the article sets out five phases of the transformation process affecting the relations between city and dockland, concluding with a brief restatement of the importance, the opportunities, problems and risks posed by the redevelopment of dockland and riverside areas.

Open Access

Local Actor Networks and Regional Development overshadowed by Gorleben

Published Online: 31 Jan 2002
Page range: 61 - 69

Abstract

Abstract

In the course of the EU research project DORA (Dynamics of Rural Areas), the Institute of Farm Economics and Rural Studies at the Federal Research Institute for Agriculture (FAL) analyses factors which influenced the economic performance of rural areas in the last two decades. Next to bottlenecks in terms of infrastructure, human capital and industrial structure, the county Luechow-Dannenberg suffers from a marked social and political segmentation of the local community, which is rooted in the ongoing dispute about the nuclear waste facilities in the village of Gorleben. This paper analyses social capital in the region and network structures between the decision makers. The study reveals that the local actor network is clearly segmented into opposing groups and it proves difficult for the regional community to reach consensus about measures for regional development. As a result regional decision making processes and economic development are decisively obstructed.

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