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This course introduces students to key theories, practices, and debates regarding the complexity of undergoing urban change. The aim of this interdisciplinary urban course is to encourages students to develop a critical understanding of how urban space is transformed from political, social, physical and economic perspectives. Examining the process of socio-spatial transformation in the process of urban regeneration, this course enables students to understand the process, dynamics and forms of urban regeneration and its implications for policy innovation and urban vision in the context of inter-urban competition. In addition, we will discuss the nature and characteristics of affective atmospheres as well as the affective dynamics that drive economic and physical revitalization and the transformation of urban governance. Various examples of urban policies and practices will be drawn from cities across the world, with focus on the transformations of physical and political landscapes as well as the constitution of neoliberal urbanism and governance models. Emphasising urban crises and important issues in particular, the course comprises of lectures and seminars on the following themes: • the political economy of urbanisation; • local politics and urban governance; • gentrification in the global context; • cities of megaprojects and megaevents; • urban social movements
Students will also have opportunities to view and discuss various sources of materials and documentaries related to these themes. The course will equip students with knowledge to explore how hidden forces influences people’s livelihood, decision-making, social and cultural innovation, economic transition, institutional and political change in their urban life. 1. Cope with different dynamics, effects and risks of urban regeneration 2. Consider issues of urban regeneration from a range of disciplinary perspective, and develop critical thinking 3. Evaluate and grasp the social implications upon the powerless and poor
授課方式 Teaching methods
1. Interactive Teaching, active Learning 2. Teacher's role: to provide guidance and assistance to students, to design learning activities and facilitate discussion as well as independent thinking 3. Student's role: to respond, to participate, to learn actively
參考書/教科書/閱讀文獻 Reference book/ textbook/ documents
No copies for intellectual property rights. Textbooks provided by the instructor used only for self-study, can not broadcast or commercial use
每週課程內容及預計進度 Weekly scheduled progress
Content and topic
Governing cities in a global era: Urban innovation, competition and institutional reform
The Evolution, Definition and Purpose of Urban Regeneration
Themes and principles of urban generation
Strategy and Partnership in Urban Regeneration
The complexity of waterfront regeneration in Kaohsiung
Case study: Baltimore (US)
Case study: London (UK)
Case study: Rotterdam (Netherland)
Case study: Bilbao (Spain)
Case study: Berlin (Germany)
Case study: Copenhagen (Denmark)
Case study: Taipei (Taiwan)
Final exam: A group presentation
課業討論時間 Office hours
時段1 Time period 1: 時間 Time：星期三1000:1200 地點 Office/Laboratory：管CM3020-1室 時段2 Time period 2： 時間 Time：星期五12:00-1400 地點 Office/Laboratory：管CM3020-1室
系所學生專業能力/全校學生基本素養與核心能力 basic disciplines and core capabilitics of the dcpartment and the university
系所學生專業能力/全校學生基本素養與核心能力 basic disciplines and core capabilities of the department and the university
課堂活動與評量方式 Class activities and evaluation
本課程欲培養之能力與素養 This course enables students to achieve.
課堂討論︵含個案討論︶ Group discussion (case analysis).
個人書面報告、作業、作品、實驗 Indivisual paper report/ assignment/ work or experiment.
群組書面報告、作業、作品、實驗 Group paper report/ assignment/ work or experiment.
個人口頭報告 Indivisual oral presentation.
群組口頭報告 Group oral presentation.
課程規劃之校外參訪及實習 Off-campus visit and intership.
參與課程規劃之校內外活動及競賽 Participate in off-campus/ on-campus activities and competitions.
課外閱讀 Outside reading.
※系所學生專業能力 Basic disciplines and core capabilities of the department
1.培養對公共事務議題的倫理觀與社會責任實踐 1. Students will be aware of ethical issues in public affairs and able to practice social responsibility.
2.良好的溝通及團隊合作能力 2. Students will be able to perform effectively in teamwork.
3.批判思考及解決問題之能力 3. Students will be able to think critically.
4.公共事務管理之專業知識 4. Students will have acquired professional knowledge in public affairs management.
5.對國際與兩岸事務及有關趨勢之認識 5. Students will be aware of the current state and trends of international and cross-strait affairs.
※全校學生基本素養與核心能力 Basic disciplines and core capabilities of the university
1.表達與溝通能力。 1. Articulation and communication skills
2.探究與批判思考能力。 2. Inquisitive and critical thinking abilities
3.終身學習能力。 3. Lifelong learning
4.倫理與社會責任。 4. Ethnics and social responsibility
5.美感品味。 5. Aesthetic appreciation
6.創造力。 6. Creativity
7.全球視野。 7. Global perspective
8.合作與領導能力。 8. Team work and leadership
9.山海胸襟與自然情懷。 9. Broad-mindedness and the embrace of nature
Internship: The required or elective courses should include credits and learning hours. Students should participate in the corporative company or institution to practice and learn the real skills. An internship certification must be handed in at the end of internship to get the credits or to fulfil the graduation requirements.