Defining Aspects Of The New Acceptation Of The Urban Development Policy
The present study intends: to characterise succinctly the contents of the urban exclusion phenomenon, as particular form of social exclusion; a presentation of the principles to govern the abatement of this phenomenon and of vectors to direct action. To same extent we were concerned in regards of the effect of urban development policy in the plan about living conditions, regarded as a major coordinate in assessing the living sector and as a first rank action vector at social level. All these aspects mean to outline at conceptual level the understanding given today to the urban development policy. The extent to which these coordinates at conceptual level might be found again within the concrete experience was considered through the prism of the single initiative of urban development analysed, the one of the community area regarded as reference term for justifying such a policy at the level of the national area.
Volume (Year): 22 (2006(XVI))
Issue (Month): 1(31) (June)
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