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A Study on the Establishment and Application Plan of Social and Physical Indicators for the Inclusive City
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A Study on the Establishment and Application Plan of Social and Physical Indicators for the Inclusive City
Hwang, Sun Ah; Kim, Jong Gu; Sohn, Jee Hyun;
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In international communities such as UN-Habitat, Asian Development Bank, OECD, and etc. the importance of formulating and planning for equal living of all citizens within a city regardless of any social hierarchy is being recognized recently. For this purpose the concept of `the inclusive city` is introduced, which requires the collective consideration of physical and social factors in urban planning. This study aims at the establishment of efficient indicators in order to graft the concept of the inclusive city on urban design, and at searching a plan capable of improving the inclusiveness through applying the developed indicators to an urban space actually. After introducing the indicators the priority orders of those are searched through AHP analysis and the corelation with the factors of urban planning is examined and analysed based on the priority, so as to suggest an efficient and practical plan for promoting the inclusive city in future.
Inclusive city;Social.Physical indicators;Urban design elements;
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