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An Analysis on the Implementation System and the Role of Participants in Demonstration Projects of Community-Design
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 Title & Authors
An Analysis on the Implementation System and the Role of Participants in Demonstration Projects of Community-Design
Park, Kyoung-Keun; Kim, Yong-Seung;
 
 Abstract
'Community-Design' is the movement and the project which enhances residence area, mainly led by residents themselves. The project improves the feature of life by upgrading the living environment, not only physically reformed, but also continuously cared by residents, administration and experts. However, in the process of the project which accompanies a number of residents and groups, some problems are exposed; conflicts of opinions and confusion between each part of roles are caused, so sometimes the plan goes off on a tangent or communities are broken up. Thus, this study draw the exemplary promotion system and the roles of participants from some cases in the demonstration projects. The goal of this study is to suggest a standard model for applying to the future business of 'Community-Design' by verifying the suggested system. The scope of this study covers 'DaeHak-Dong in Ansan' case and urban residence and commerce area case among 'Making the Livable City'; a representative sample of the domestic business of 'Community Design'. The standard promotion system is divided into 'led by administration' and 'led by residents'. This study tests propriety from the cases of 'led by residents' based on the aim of 'Community Design'. In the process of the project, residents should try to play a leading role, and administration and expert should play a directly supporting role. Participants should maintain governance through lateral relationship with mutual intelligibility, and aim to have a complementary role with the proper participate time on each phase.
 Keywords
Community-Design;Implementation System;The Role of Participants;
 Language
Korean
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