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A Study on the Non-territorial Characteristics of Working Space on 21 Century (21세기 업무공간에 적용된 탈영역성에 관한 연구)

  • Shin, Hong-Kyung;Lee, Byung-Sun
    • Korean Institute of Interior Design Journal
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    • v.16 no.3 s.62
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    • pp.85-92
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    • 2007
  • Changing of paradigm at 21Century is changing a part of routine lives and it affects speculation system of recognizing the world. In this society, human is demanded changing of a part and new learning continuously. Like this, a role of individual and a part of various lives by changing of social environment have a close connection each other. In this society, they would need new circumstance of space by method of work. However, what show not necessity improving of work space but changing is the realities of our society. This thesis examine non-territorialization characteristics by focusing on the openness, composition, and flexibility. The working space on 21c head for a non-territorialization and be summarize. decenterial arrangement, increasing of public space and unification of personal work-station. The purpose of this study is to examine the non-territorialization by analysis of 21c working space.

Reading 'Little Manila' along Daehangno : Exploring the Conceptualization of Transnational Spaces (대학로 '리틀마닐라' 읽기 : 초국가적 공간의 성격 규명을 위한 탐색)

  • Jung, Hun-Joo
    • Journal of the Korean association of regional geographers
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    • v.16 no.3
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    • pp.295-314
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    • 2010
  • The paper attempts to balance the discourses of transnational spaces that have focused on de-territorialization, by emphasizing that transnational spaces are maintained also through re-territorialization. Reviewing the literature of transnational social fields, translocality, multicultural spaces and transnational places, I aim to show the way the main issues from the literature help understand an actually existing transnational space, Little Mania in Daehangno, Seoul. I specifically address the dialectic relation between de-territorialization and re-territorialization, multi-scalar networks, and hybridity of multicultural spaces in interpreting the weekend enclave of Filipinos in Seoul. I argues that Little Manila is a grounded translocality operating through multi-scaled networks of various actors. Furthermore, it is not a unified space where one dominant Filipino identity stands out. Different Filipinos and Filipinas constitute the space imagining different homes. It is also a multicultural space open to other minorities, which suggests the possibility of alternative spatial politics based on co-presence of different 'Others'.

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Assemblage and Its Geographical Implication (아상블라주의 개념과 지리학적 함의)

  • Kim, Sook-Jin
    • Journal of the Korean Geographical Society
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    • v.51 no.3
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    • pp.311-326
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    • 2016
  • Assemblage has become a popular concept in modern socio-spatial theories with relational and material turns. This article investigates the concept of assemblage focusing on Deleuze and Guattari. By comparing similar concepts such as Foucault's apparatus and Actor-Network Theory, this article demonstrates that assemblage emphasizes not only deterritorialization but also (re)territorialization, and that the exteriality of relations is a critical aspect that differentiate assemblage from other relational spatial concepts. Assemblage can highlight the value of empiricism as an analytical tool, and be open to new spatial imaginations as well as multiple existences and possiblities of alternative political projects and practices.

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An Analysis of Correlations between Plan Type and Features of Public Space in the Ward and Users' Stay - In Case of Chronic Patient Ward in Korea Workers' Compensation Hospitals - (병동부 공용공간 평면 유형 및 환경 특성과 이용자 체류의 상관관계 - 근로복지공단병원 병동부를 중심으로 -)

  • Son, Ji-Hye;Yang, Nae-Won
    • Journal of the Architectural Institute of Korea Planning & Design
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    • v.33 no.6
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    • pp.11-21
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    • 2017
  • This study focus on the type and features of the place where the frequency of users' stay could be increased for social healing in wards. For analysis of the users stay position and behaviors, a field study method is used. Conclusion of this study is following. First when dayroom, program room and balcony are planned, the size of them should be avoided being planned as the least area. And it is desirable that these places are planned with the type of combination with corridor and are separate from a nursing station. Second the type of Corridor which are One-way corridor and corridor with courtyard is desirable. And seating places should be planned nearby one-way corridor and courtyard. Third when the corridor is planned, the alcove where personal behaviors and private territorialization are possible should be placed nearby natural lighting spaces.

Characteristics of Industrial Heritage as Regional Cultural Contents (지역문화콘텐츠로서의 산업유산 특성 - 삿포로와 청주 사례를 중심으로 -)

  • Lee, Byung-min
    • Review of Culture and Economy
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    • v.20 no.2
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    • pp.89-117
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    • 2017
  • As the industrial paradigm shifts and the manufacturing industry declines, many changes also take place in the region as well. In this regard, interest in industrial heritage as a facet of cultural heritage is on the increase. In this paper, the meaning of regional 'cultural contents' as industrial heritage is investigated within the scope of specific region. It is meant to move beyond the viewpoint of considering industrial heritage as only relating to industrial machinery and relevant landmarks from the past. The concept of industrial heritage is established more clearly through the review policy and case study analysis of existing research; the analysis is conducted to investigate the characteristics associated with it, and then to explore how best to utilize it. In particular, this paper attempts to focus on how it operates within these parameters using a spatio-temporal context as much as possible, and concentrating on the recognition and experience of the subject of industrial heritage as being traceable through human story. This research is based on the case of 'Sapporo' which focuses on modern history based on historical importance, and the 'Cheongju' case study, which contrasts the former by focusing on urban regeneration using a spatial lens. This paper identifies the possibility of regional development through the examination of past identity and diversity in the present, and highlights the features that could be linked to future usability and development. In addition, it proposes the possibility that the cycle of regional development could change in the process of the different stages of territorialization, de-territorialization and re-territorialization.

A Study on the Territorialization and Boundary of the Korean Traditional House (전통주거의 영역화와 경계에 관한 연구)

  • 정영철
    • Journal of the Korean housing association
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    • v.10 no.4
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    • pp.121-135
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    • 1999
  • Korean Traditional Houses had been composed of several territory. Sarang-Chae was territorialized from the functional differentiation and the sexual discrimination of Confucianism. The territory of ancestral shrine was formed with the filial duty of Confucianism. Korean Traditional Houses have the visible, material boundary and invisible, symbolic boundary which is repeated into the inner space. Korean Traditional Houses are appreciated as the enclosed territory which the sacred inner space of the house is in opposition with the profane outer space, and the inner space of the house has hierarchical boundary by the hierarchy of the house god.

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Japan's "Last Hope": Myanmar as an arena for Sino-Japanese competition, coordination and global standardization

  • Zappa, Marco
    • Journal of Contemporary Eastern Asia
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    • v.20 no.2
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    • pp.278-297
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    • 2021
  • Despite competing strategical interests over Southeast Asia that have emerged in the last decade, with the launch of wide scope geopolitical strategies Chinese and Japanese initiatives have been characterized by a certain degree of implicit coordination, particularly in offering support to the Myanmar state's territorializing strategies for economic development. The case of the Thilawa Special Economic Zones (SEZ) is exemplary, as it was a Japan-led project which became a model and benchmark example for similar development initiatives supported by the People's Republic of China.

North Korea's Special Economic Zones Strategy in the Kim Jong-Un era: Territorialization, Decentralization, and Chinese-Style Reform and Opening? (김정은 시대 북한의 경제특구전략: 영역화, 분권화, 그리고 중국식 개혁개방?)

  • Lee, Seung-Ook
    • Journal of the Economic Geographical Society of Korea
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    • v.19 no.1
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    • pp.122-142
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    • 2016
  • This paper examines the implications of North Korea's Special Economic Zone (SEZ) strategy since the early 1990s in terms of the shifts in both North Korea's economic system and geopolitical order on the Korean peninsula. Specifically, it analyzes the shifts in North Korea's SEZ policy in three different aspects-North Korea's unique territorial logic, stress on decentralization, and comparison with Chinese reform and opening-up. Based upon this analysis, this paper criticizes a linear approach to understand North Korea's economic transformation from isolation to opening-up, and explores the dynamics of North Korea SEZ strategy in various dimensions. It contends that North Korea's SEZ strategy is neither an inevitable choice from economic difficulty nor an adoption of Chinese model of reform and opening up. Rather this paper focuses on the geopolitical logic and local development imperatives underlying SEZ strategy.

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Place Marketing and Territorialization of Place: A Critique of the Essentialist Notion of Place (장소마케팅과 장소의 영역화: 본질주의적 장소관에 대한 비판을 중심으로)

  • Park, Bae-Gyoon
    • Journal of the Economic Geographical Society of Korea
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    • v.13 no.3
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    • pp.498-513
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    • 2010
  • This paper aims to critically discuss the place-marketing strategy that has been widely seen as an alternative way of regional development for the last decade in South Korea. In particular, it argues that the place-marketing strategy is highly likely to intensify the inter-local or inter-urban completion and to result in the territorialization of places because it is based on the essentialist notion of place that has been suggested by the humanistic geographers. In order to logically support my argument, I will critically review the essentialist notion of place, and introduce an alternative notion of place, in which the place is seen as socially constructed through complicated power relations and social, political and cultural processes. Also, I will logically demonstrate that the place-marketing can be seen as a strategy for territorializing places by discussing how territory is socially and politically constructed as a particular form of place.

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Debates on the ′Generation Culture′ in the Process of Consumer Society (소비사회의 전개와 한국 세대문화론의 시각)

  • 송도영
    • Lingua Humanitatis
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    • v.5
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    • pp.293-310
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    • 2003
  • This study starts with a remark on the frequent usage of the term 'generation culture' in the explanations of cultural change. The term 'generation culture' itself does have neither a clear meaning nor any academic consensus for its operational definition yet. Depending on intuitions or common senses, in most cases, of everyday lift experience, the tends to designate the co-existence of different cultural layers as composing subsystems of a little broader Korean cultural trend. I tried here to analyze different positions and perspectives in the employment of this term, sometimes with strategic intentions of each social groups. Economic or political positions, for example, are intertwined with the quest of identification concerning 'we' and 'other' grouping dynamics in the Age of Globalization, which accelerates the speed of cultural re-territorialization. And the role of consumption activity as a kind of cultural indication has gained more weight in that process. This analysis will remind us, also, of the post-modem society's assumption about the space-and-time in transition, and its fluctuation.

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