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Année : 2015
Auteur :
Mannisi, Alban
Millet, Yves

Model Transfer of Social Ecology in Asian Territory

MANNISI Alban (dir.), Model Transfer of Social Ecology in Asian Territory, ZZacBook, Seoul/Nantes. 100 p. [Published the 02th July 2015_ISBN : 978-2-9535437-1-1]

Model Transfer of Social Ecology in Asian Territory
Direction : Alban MANNISI
Authors : Blaž Križnik, Toshio Kuwako, Alban Mannisi, Yves Millet, Riichi Miyake, Rumi Okazaki, Jina Park, Young-Bum Reigh, Kyung-Jin Zoh

Model Transfer of Social Ecology in Asian Territory is a series of lectures held at the Mugyewon in Buam-dong (Seoul, October 2014 - February 2015) in which ten experts attempted to establish the indigenous acknowledgment of environmental growing issues for the new expert generation of the built environment.

The Lecture Series aims to analyse the reasons and issues of the model implementation of Social Engineering in Asian Territories and to clarify the foundations of social engineering and social ecology applied in Urban Landscape and Environmental Planning.

The context is the recent growth of social ecology implemented in several planning projects in the world questioning the accuracy of overseas models in some new territories. The phenomenon of ‘citizen empowerment’ is an increasing demand from civil society, engineering experts and politics within the worldwide craving for an ecological democracy. Today in Asia, those new paradigms already modify the hierarchy between project stakeholders, project priority and process scheduling and have been placed on the agenda of scholars and practitioners to develop particular procedures.

The current lack of understanding of indigenous and autochthonous practices in planning and design and also of the foundation of social and spatial justice explains Korean and Japanese settlement based on overseas models. To reverse this unfortunate procedure, it is crucial to raise the awareness of the local practice of social ecology through a better understanding of environmental ethics. These practices are currently in use by new generations of cross-cultural researchers and spatial planners.

This Lecture Series provides accurate knowledge derived from Asian case studies for international audiences in constant demand for advanced research on social engineering and Asian practices, thereby expanding the knowledge of local practices for spatial experts. The research addresses several social ecology projects managed by researchers, planners, and so on. The proposed research suggests methodologies of vigilance regarding the model used to deal with former territorial struggles.

The need for deeper and intangible landscape components grows in Asian countries. These lectures help to visualise projects conducted with sustainable commitment and reinforce crossover research between social science and engineering.

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