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Interpreting Characteristics of Educational Facilities Arrangement According to Jinhae's Historical Development Using Space Syntax Theory
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 Title & Authors
Interpreting Characteristics of Educational Facilities Arrangement According to Jinhae's Historical Development Using Space Syntax Theory
Yang, Seung-Jung; Lee, Hyun-Hee; Lee, Jae Hong;
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 Abstract
Jinhae's educational facilities had been located in the most integrated area at the beginning. As Jinhae's spatial layout has been in a rapid growth by constructing new towns and experiencing major consolidations over years, it was argued that this morphological transformation inevitably brought to the change of the characteristics of educational facilities' arrangement. In this reason, a number of studies have discussed the ways of how they have been settled down from the beginning of Jinhae. However, they did not take into an account of both the first consolidation happened in 1985 and the second one in 2013. This paper therefore aims to investigate how Jinhae's urban structure has been transformed between the two consolidations from a syntactical perspective, and then to interpret characteristics of educational facilities arrangement accordingly. This study finds out that when Jinhae experienced the first consolidation, educational facilities were occupied in highly segregated areas in terms of both global and local integration values. However, their locations turned out to be more intelligible after the second consolidation. This suggests that they have a significant effect on the process of urban growth at local level. Although the educational facilities particularly in Pungho and Ungchun are in highly integrated spaces at global level, they are still less intelligible.
 Keywords
Urban Spatial Configuration;Space Syntax Theory;Jinhae's Educational Facilities;Arrangement Characteristics;
 Language
Korean
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