Prof. LEE Inhee, Construction Hall 907, office/051-510-7634
Wednesday 4:00-6:50pm: Seminar Room for Graduate Course
Office Hours (Construction Hall 907) Wednesday 3:00-4:00pm
Theme/Course of Semester : 도시공간과 사회지리학 Urban Space and Social Geography
1. Course objectives
In order to help you learn about urban social geography, class incorporates the following features:
1. At the beginning of each chapter a list of the key questions that will be addressed.
2. Each time a new important concept is introduced, it is outlined in bold.
3. To enhance your understanding ?ve types of additional material are included in boxes.
2. Course Description
There is a continuous two-way process, a sociospatial dialectic, in which people create and modify urban spaces while at the same time being conditioned in various ways by the spaces in which they live and work. Then, space cannot be regarded simply as a neutral medium in which social, economic and political processes are expressed. In this course, the changing context of urban social geography, a highly diverse enterprise, both in terms of its subject matter and the diversity of methodological approaches used will be discussed.
3. Requirement & Grading
All students are required to attend all classes and complete all assignments on time. Any student who has more than three unexcused absences may be failed in the class. Whenever possible, discuss any necessary absences with instructor before you are absent or very shortly thereafter. An incomplete grade will only be issued when a student is unable to complete the class because of a documented illness. A letter from your physician will be required documentation.
-Presentation 60%
-Assignment 30%
-Attendance and active participation in group discussions 10%
4, Required textbook :Urban Social Geography(Sixth edition), Paul Knox & Steven Pinch, Pearson Education Limited(2010)
5. Schedule
Week 1 Introduction
Introduction : Social geography and the sociospatial dialectic
Week 2 The changing economic context of city life : The precapitalist, preindustrial city, growth of the industrial city, contemporary city
Week 3 The cultures of cities : Post colonial theory and the city-Space, power and culture-Postmodernism
Week 4 Patterns of sociospatial differentiation : Urban morphology and the physical structure of cities, Difference and inequality
Week 5 Spatial and institutional frameworks_citizens, the state and civil society : interdependence of public institutions and private life, De jure urban apaces, democratic base and its spatial framework,
Week 6 Structures of building provision and the social production of the urban environment : Housing submarkets, Key actors in the social production of the built environment
Week 7 The social dimensions of modern urbanism : Urban life in Western culture, Urbanism and social theory, Social interaction and social networks in urban settings
Week 8 Mid_discussion
Week 9 Segregation and congregation : Social closure, racism and discrimination, The spatial segregation of minority groups,
Week10 Neighbourhood, community and the social construction of place : Neighbourhood and community, The social construction of urban places, The social meanings of the built environment
Week11 Environment and behaviour in urban settings : Theories about deviant behaviour, Cognition and perception,
Week12 Bodies, sexuality and the city : Gender, heteropatriarchy and the city, Sexuality and the city, Disability and the city
Week13 Residential mobility and neighbourhood change : Patterns of household mobility, Residential mobility and neighbourhood change
Week14 Urban change and confict : Externality effects, Accessibility to services and amenities, Urban restructuring: inequality and confict
Week15 6/14(Wed.) - Presentation/Discussion