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Unordentliche Jugendliche an ordentlichen Orten? Raumkonstruktion im Spannungsfeld städtischer Politik, Raumaneignungen Jugendlicher und Bedürfnissen Anwohnende


Landolt, S (2010). Unordentliche Jugendliche an ordentlichen Orten? Raumkonstruktion im Spannungsfeld städtischer Politik, Raumaneignungen Jugendlicher und Bedürfnissen Anwohnende. Berichte zur deutschen Landeskunde, 84(3):237-253.

Abstract

This paper focuses on processes of attribution by others to young people as well as processes of self-attribution by the latter. It first examines the attribution by others by looking at Zurich’s youth-policy and its underlying conception of public space. In a second step, it zooms in on an urban square where a conflict of interests has to be solved within the framework of the civic policy, i.e. as a process of negotiation. It thereby examines the relation between the attribution by others to young people and the meaning attributed to the square.
The analysis reveals considerable differences regarding the perception of conflicts about the use of the square, the meaning attributed to it, the attributions to young people, as well as differences between scales (city vs. square). It is argued that a concept of a relational space helps to grasp the complexity of conflicts about the use of space, since it allows examining different perspectives simultaneously.

Abstract

This paper focuses on processes of attribution by others to young people as well as processes of self-attribution by the latter. It first examines the attribution by others by looking at Zurich’s youth-policy and its underlying conception of public space. In a second step, it zooms in on an urban square where a conflict of interests has to be solved within the framework of the civic policy, i.e. as a process of negotiation. It thereby examines the relation between the attribution by others to young people and the meaning attributed to the square.
The analysis reveals considerable differences regarding the perception of conflicts about the use of the square, the meaning attributed to it, the attributions to young people, as well as differences between scales (city vs. square). It is argued that a concept of a relational space helps to grasp the complexity of conflicts about the use of space, since it allows examining different perspectives simultaneously.

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Item Type:Journal Article, refereed, original work
Communities & Collections:07 Faculty of Science > Institute of Geography
Dewey Decimal Classification:910 Geography & travel
Language:German
Date:2010
Deposited On:29 Dec 2010 16:23
Last Modified:14 Sep 2016 13:44
Publisher:Leibniz-Institut für Länderkunde
ISSN:0005-9099
Additional Information:Beitrag zum Themenheft der Berichte zur deutschen Landeskunde: „Kinder und Jugendliche in der Stadt: gefährlich und/oder gefährdet?
Official URL:http://www.ifl-leipzig.com/477.0.html

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