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Degraderade städer - En studie av urbanitet hos städer i Polen som förlorat sina stadsrättigheter


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Title: Degraderade städer - En studie av urbanitet hos städer i Polen som förlorat sina stadsrättigheter
Authors: Dymitrow, Mirek
Issue Date: 17-Apr-2013
Degree: Student Essay
Series/Report no.: kandidatuppsats i kulturgeografi samt geografi med inriktning mot kulturgeografi
Keywords: urbanity
degraded town
former town
ex-town
town privileges
civic rights
urban degradation
urgan restitution
urban morphology
Greater Poland
Wielkopolska
Poland
Abstract: Using the example of 55 former towns in Greater Poland, the author investigates the belief that towns formerly deprived of town privileges are the most likely to be qualified as future formal urban entities. This paper approaches the subject of urban deprivation and restitution with a multiaspectual study of the concept of urbanity. Since a preponderance of Polish degraded towns possess a prominent urban physical structure, the study focuses mainly on urban morphology as a contributing fact... more
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2077/32749
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