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2016 | 10/II | 85-100
Article title

THE MARKETS OF WARWICK: THE PARTICIPATION OF THE PUBLIC INAN INFORMAL TRADING SPACE IN DURBAN

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RYNKI W WARWICK: PARTYCYPACJA PUBLICZNA W NIEFORMALNEJ PRZESTRZENI TARGOWEJ W DURBANIE
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Ten artykuł powstał w wyniku uczestnictwa w Międzynarodowej Konferencji Urbanistycznej w Gdańsku zatytułowanej ‘The Modern agora for building open society’. Artykuł skupia się wokół procesu partycypacji publicznej dotyczącej formowania i zarządzania głównymi przestrzeniami nieformalnego handlu w centrum Durbanu – Warwick Junction Markets. Artykuł opisuje historię, rozwój i funkcjonowanie wyżej wymienionych przestrzeni. Artykuł także buduje na kilku paralelach pomiędzy kontekstem tejże przestrzeni targowej a ogólnymi obserwacjami dotyczącymi rynków Europy Centralnej. W podsumowaniu zawarto wnioski wyciągnięte z Warwick Junction Markets jako przyczynki do dyskusji dotyczącej aspektów wartych wprowadzenia w innych przestrzeniach targowych w kontekście międzynarodowych warsztatów.
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85-100
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2016
Contributors
  • Durban University of Technology
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