The Concept of Liveability and The Slow City And A Survey About Liveability
Globalisation has gradually become influent in people’s life since 19th century. As related to that issue, population density has also increased in city centres. This brings variety of problems and many researches, projects and discussions have being launched about Liveability. Consequently, liveability has been considered together with Cittaslow (slow city) concept. Cittaslow, as an ideal product of modern life style, aims that people live together in peace with other people around them, become more productive and more integrated into social life. In this paper, relation, correlation, cause and effect matters were examined and discussed; also a survey report was used.
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