Record nummer 1940569
Titel Sport, recreation and green space in the European city
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ed. by Peter Clark, Marjaana Niemi & Jari Niemelä
Auteur(s) Clark, P. ; Niemi, M.
Uitgever Helsinki : Finnish Literature Society
Jaar van uitgave 2009
Pagina's 220 p
Titel van reeks Studia fennica (Historica , ISSN 1458-526X ; 16)
ISBN 9789522221629
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Trefwoorden (cab) sportterreinen / stedelijke planning / groene zones / recreatiegebieden / recreatie in de stad / sport / geschiedenis / europa
Rubrieken Stedelijke plannen / Sport
Publicatie type Boek
Taal Engels
Toelichting (Engels) Green space has become a major issue in European cities in recent years as a result of enhanced environmental awareness, urban marketing, planning policy and growing population densities. Up to now, however, the subject of sports areas and grounds has attracted little research, despite the fact that since the First World War such public and private areas – from football pitches and running tracks to golf courses and tennis courts – have often comprised one of the most important and extensive types of green space in the European city. This book presents a pioneering comparative and multidisciplinary analysis of the development, use and impact of sports areas in the European city from the start of the 20th century up to the present time. Employing a range of historical, spatial and ecological approaches it examines when and why sports areas evolved, the contribution of municipalities and the private sector, the role of gender and class, and the impact on the urban landscape and ecology. Chapters cover urban sports areas in Finland, Britain, the Netherlands, Germany and Italy, illustrating the contrasts in the provision of green space across Europe.
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