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2008, br. 17-18, str. 1-12
Urban form and planning in the information age: Lessons from literature
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aHousing & Urban Research Institute, Seoul, Korea
bDepartment of Urban and Regional Planning, Illinois, SAD
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This paper focuses on the relationship between information and communication technologies (ICT) and urban form, and on urban planning response to spatial and economic consequences of ICT. It starts with literature-based review of how urban environments in the United States change with technological advances and explanations of the relationship between ICT and urban form. The paper also includes a discussion of the manner in which ICT impact is handled by urban planning. The literature review points to insufficient attention to the dynamics between ICT and urban planning and increasing gap between physical and economic development implications of ICT. It is the role of urban planners to balance the consideration of the physical and economic aspects against the prospects and opportunities offered by ICT.
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jezik rada: engleski
vrsta rada: neklasifikovan
DOI: 10.2298/SPAT0818001M
objavljen u SCIndeksu: 27.02.2009.

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