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The spatial consequences of the integration of the new German Länder into the Community
by Office for Official Publications of the European Communities, UNIPUB [distributor] in Luxembourg, Lanham, MD
Written in English
|Series||Regional development studies ;, 15, Regional development studies (Brussels, Belgium) ;, 15|
|LC Classifications||HC290.782 .S67 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 123 p. :|
|Number of Pages||123|
|LC Control Number||97108608|
requirement, the Federal Government uses the tool of a spatial monitoring system, which is the basis of Federal reports about the spatial situation of Germany. In the beginning of the Federal Republic, the measurement of the equality of living conditions was mostly focussed on a difference in urban and rural Christchurch, New Zealand, May 2ÿ6, The German Spatial Data Strategy Susanne KLEEMANN, Germany Key words: GSDI, E-Government, Strategy, Geoinformation/GI, GIM SUMMARY The National Spatial Data Strategy (Nationale Geoinformations-Strategie - NGIS) defines the
The new nationality law may mean that most Turkish-Germans would be born with German citizenship from onwards, but German politicians have still not fully digested the implications of According to Beresnevieriute (), social integration determines connections of related diverse elements into the social whole, system, community, or other :// /_The_Spatial_Context_of_Social_Integration.
This article raises the question whether spatial integration is socially sustainable in a South African context. This is an important question given that settlements remain socially unsustainable despite several years of integrated planning and the inclusion of spatial integration measures in post-apartheid urban spatial :// The paper introduces a new methodological perspective to the process of urban design, which reacts to the increasing interdependence of multipe scales in almost all facets of life. The production of place in the contemporary urban context calls for a new conception of space. We conceive space as the result of physical and non-physical activities and their relations across scales and over ://
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Spatial consequences of the integration of the new German Länder into the Community. Luxembourg: Office for Official Publications of the European Communities ; Lanham, MD: UNIPUB [distributor], (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, International government publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource The spatial integration of immigrants and racial and ethnic minority populations arguably is an increasingly important indicator of integration into American society.
Where immigrants live reflects and reinforces social integration and shapes access to good schools, safe neighborhoods, and good :// SPATIAL INTEGRATION A paper presented by the co-ordinating workgroup Belgium, France, Portugal, United Kingdom papers try to develop new concepts and new methods for the measure and the cartographic countries into the European Union.
Integration is seen at the same time as a challenge and The previous points all go to show how interrelated the concept of spatial integration is with concepts such as economic and social integration. Far from serving to narrow its field of application, the body of literature concerned with spatial integration is in fact serving to widen its :// The German Annual of Spatial Research and Policy explores the concept of spatial disparities, which has its roots in national spatial planning and spatial development policy, and discusses new sp German Annual of Spatial Research and Policy New Disparities in Spatial Development in Europe [Kilper, Heiderose] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
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What I take issue with is the simplification of spatial into residential. Before any theoretical attempt of definition, let us take a closer look at the idea of German Institute of Urban Affairs Planning system basic principles of spatial planning(2) Spatial planning is not an investment planning, but organizational planning (management tool).
In the social market economy, spatial planning is subordinated to social objectives The overall aim is to promote social and economic development Spatial Development and Spatial Planning in Germany • Foreword Foreword As a future-oriented developmental mandate of the state, spatial planning is meant to bring ecological considerations into line with the social and economic demands on space.
Spatial planning serves to create the precon-ditions for sustainable development in The Language of Spatial Analysis is designed as an interactive workbook that allows you to create and add your own sample questions of spatial analysis (from your industry or domain expertise), which can add to your vocabulary when explaining spatial analysis to :// Many translated example sentences containing "spatial integration" – German-English dictionary and search engine for German translations.
into account, such as spatial integration and cohesion effects, [ ] internal market needs, external for new business activities, and the extent to which the region appeals to inhabitants and + Socio-spatial integration is then exposed as the opposite of social exclusion, of which and social consequences (e.g.
social dislocations) — in other words: the (Sennett, ) and seek new ideals of family life. There is an emphasis on the A theory of socio-spatial integration Theory of Social integration is the harmonious and coherent processing of the structures of a social system and refers to the degree to which people are integrated to the systems of a social structure.
Although social integration issue is often considered on a regional scale and especially in association with the migration literature, it is also associated with urban :// Although it is agreed that the dual development of monetary integration and territorial enlargement are likely to generate profound effects on European spatial structure, in both West and East, much uncertainty centres around the question of what changes will be brought about.
This book › Economics › International Economics / European Integration. Discussions about socio‐spatial integration in the US have been primarily focused on research into residential segregation. The treatment of these two concepts as opposites has had two consequences.
First, most policies for integration have been based solely on concepts of :// Preface – Introduction 1 Heiderose Kilper “New Disparities in Spatial Development in Europe” – several topics are included in both the title and theme of the German Annual of Spatial Research and Policy for the Year We are frst of all concerned with the concept of spatial disparities, › Earth Sciences & Geography › Geography.
EUROPEAN INTEGRATION, SPATIAL DEPENDENCIES AND INCOME CONVERGENCE: EVIDENCE OF NEW 1 EU MEMBER STATES 2 Paweł Folfas Warsaw School of Economics ABSTRACT Convergence is one of the fundamental issue of European integration. This paper is aimed at answering question whether absolute income (GDP per capita) beta-convergence exists in the case of On the whole, the German school system has yet to adequately offset the inferior conditions under which immigrant kids begin their schooling here.
Indeed, language skills are the key to everyday and professional communication. 80% of ethnic German immigrants and 54% of Turkish immigrants consider their spoken German good or very Spatial planning in the United Kingdom – then and now.
Kelvin MacDonald, visiting professor at the University of Cambridge, gave an overview of the history of integrated strategic planning and presented the new English strategic system.
He began by explaining the beginning of the town planning in the United Kingdom and Ireland and focused THE THEORY OF SPATIAL INTEGRATION A consistent and cohérent analysis of the dynamic and holistic process of spatial intégration requires the élaboration of a theory.
A number of théories about spatial intégration hâve been developed in the past. Christaller (), Losch () and Skinner (, a, b) hâve concentrated. from the analyses and trends set out in the Spatial Planning Report drawn up by the Federal Office for Build-ing and Regional Planning.
The Concepts and Strategies for Spatial Development in Germany take the changing parameters in this field into account.
In addition to the objectives and principles of Debate about immigration habitually falls back to integration of Turkish community, overshadowing real progress at local level A market in the Turkish-dominated Kottbusser Tor area of Get this from a library!
The Economic Integration of Germany's New Länder. [Eckhard Wurzel] -- The economic integration of the eastern German states has progressed rapidly in many respects.
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