Koncepcja urban resilience: narzędzie strategicznej diagnozy i monitoringu miast

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Adam Drobniak

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Celem artykułu jest prezentacja propozycji metodyki badawczej dotyczącej oceny prężności miejskiej, w tym jej wstępna weryfikacja dla wybranych miast w Polsce. Uzupełnienie w tym zakresie stanowi sformułowanie wniosków odnoszących się do zastosowania analizowanej metodyki badawczej w procesie strategicznej diagnozy i monitoringu miast. Proponowana metodyka oceny prężności miejskiej zakłada, że miasto stanowi otwarty system adaptacyjny, składający się z atrybutów prężności i wrażliwości. Monitorowanie ich wartości jest elementem diagnozy strategicznej prowadzącym do identyfikacji działań wzmacniających prężność miasta.

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Drobniak, A. (2015). Koncepcja urban resilience: narzędzie strategicznej diagnozy i monitoringu miast. Ruch Prawniczy, Ekonomiczny I Socjologiczny, 77(1), 119-143. https://doi.org/10.14746/rpeis.2015.77.1.7
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