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ASPECTS OF GARDEN CULTURE AND OPEN SPACE DEVELOPMENT IN GERMANY

Gert Groening

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The lecture consists of six parts. Part 1 includes a few remarks to the reductionist approach of ecology and early attempts of arborization in Germany. Part 2 addresses elements of an open space theory in an urbanizing world of the twentyfirst century. The third part relates to various meanings and ambivalent values attached to open space elements. Part 4 points to garden culture and open space interests as political issues in democratically constituted societies. In part 5 a number of examples are given in favor of garden culture and open space development in Germany. Here I will especially refer to three planning levels of activities in favor of garden culture and open space development. The lecture ends with brief touches on such points as leisure, housification processes, uneven distribution of open spaces, nativism, and genetically engineered plants.


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.11606/issn.2179-0892.geousp.2005.73983

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GEOUSP: Espaço e Tempo (Online)
ISSN 2179-0892
Departamento de Geografia - FFLCH - USP
geouspusp.br / www.geografia.fflch.usp.br