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Autor
Simon Martin (Czech Academy of Sciences)
Tytuł
Multi-Scalar Geographies of Polarisation and Peripheralisation : a Case Study of Czechia
Źródło
Bulletin of Geography. Socio-economic Series, 2017, No. 37, s. 125-137, rys., tab., bibliogr. 47 poz.
Słowa kluczowe
Urbanizacja, Polityka regionalna, Zróżnicowanie regionalne
Urbanisation, Regional policy, Regional diversity
Uwagi
summ., This article is based on research funded by the Czech Science Foundation ('The Socio-Spatial Disadvantage of Inhabitants in Peripheral Rural Regions', grant no. 15-10602S).
Kraj/Region
Czechy, Europa Środkowa
Czech Republic, Central Europe
Abstrakt
A key issue in socio-economic geography is to understand how regional and social polarisation shapes the territorial organisation of society. We argue that effects of polarisation are not translated simply and straightforwardly in a whole region, but vary to a large extent with respect to different types of accessibility areas. We applied the time-accessibility framework to classify a territory into urban, peri-urban, rural, and remote rural areas at a national and regional scale. Subsequently, we computed comparative indicators for this territorial classification, measuring three dimensions of peripherality for a period of thirty years. The analysis illustrates how polarisation and peripheralisation works at a detailed spatial level. A case study of the Ústí region shows re-polarisation and bi-polarisation of the region in its path from socialist urbanisation in the 1980s to regional peripheralisation in 2011. The use of the time-accessibility framework allows to assess regional changes within long-term and broader changes of core-periphery relations at national level and thus allows for a better understanding of the different nature of socialist and post-socialist peripheries. Finally, the article offers methodical procedures and tools allowing for a comparable research of polarisation and peripheralisation. Thus, it is responding to the call for more comparative research of peripheral areas in Europe. (original abstract)
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ISSN
1732-4254
Język
eng
URI / DOI
http://dx.doi.org/10.1515/bog-2017-0029
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