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  • 1.
    Cedervärn, Emilie
    et al.
    Dalarna University, School of Technology and Business Studies, Civil planning and Construction.
    Andersson, Axel
    Dalarna University, School of Technology and Business Studies, Civil planning and Construction.
    Dialogprocesser –  ett verktyg för hållbar stadsutveckling?: En studie av användandet av SymbioCity Approach i två svenska kommuner2019Independent thesis Basic level (degree of Bachelor), 10 credits / 15 HE creditsStudent thesis
    Abstract [en]

    This study is a bachelor thesis in Civil Planning and Construction at Högskolan Dalarna. Studies has shown that there’s a need for a multisectoral working process to achieve a sustainable urban development. One way to do so is through collaborative planning processes. This study examines the use of collaborative processes, based on SymbioCity Approach, in civil planning projects in two Swedish municipalities. It tries to examine what effects the process has on the municipalities planning.  The study has been conveyed through literature studies on the subject, participating observations of a collaborative planning process and 11 semi-structured interviews with participants from two planning processes.  The study has shown that collaborative planning processes based on SymbioCity Approach is a useful tool for sustainable urban development. A process like this may result in increased institutional capacity, increased multisectoral knowledge and understanding, and increased social capital.   The study also shows that important factors that may influence the results of the process are: whether a purpose has been properly articulated, if the right resources are participating and whether the level of the content of the process coincides with the purpose of the process. Furthermore, the study shows that the process needs to be properly planned to reach its full potential. It also found that different stakeholders might have different expectations and idea of what the results of the process might look like.

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    Selin, Hampus
    Dalarna University, School of Technology and Business Studies, Civil planning and Construction.
    Segregationen – Hur ser den egentligen ut?: En metodanalys och skildring av segregerade områden inom Sundsvalls tätort2019Independent thesis Basic level (degree of Bachelor), 10 credits / 15 HE creditsStudent thesis
    Abstract [en]

    What often falls away in the public debate is that the meaning of the segregation alludes to the separation of different groups, not just the "vulnerable" but also the socio-economically stronger groups. This study will investigate how the segregation plays out within Sundsvall's urban areas and which factors have the greatest impact on the differences that exist. The study is based on distinguishing the relative segregation, i. e. the distribution of factors affecting segregation, in a positive and negative direction. The purpose of the study is then to compare two different geographical area systems. One is the municipal key code system (NYKO) and the other is the state regional area system, demographic statistics areas (DeSO).

    In the method, two different indexes have been used to measure the distribution of segregation factors through a multi-criteria decision analysis (MKA). The first measurement has been made by a newly developed segregation index and the second measurement by the index of dissimilarity.

    The study has shown that there are difficulties in finding an area system that can function efficiently for all purposes. Depending on what the study aims to measure, the different zone and scale configurations play a major role in how the result is produced. The result of the study shows that the segregation takes place in both the socio-economically weak and strong areas. There are, on the other hand, difficulties in assessing which of the two area systems that is the most practical since they both operate on different grounds. By comparing DeSO and NYKO, the results of the study have shown that the population and size of the geographical area unit are of great importance for how reliable a study can be.

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