SECURITY AND URBAN MANAGEMENT

DESCRIPTION

In this module students will learn how to address specific problems related to security, technology and management issues and local policies, especially in relation to public space.Methods and findings of the GRAFFOLUTION project will be presented, funded by the European Commission.

CONTENTS

– Urban sociology and community safety
– Public space, situational crime prevention and urban sprawl
– Resilience, conviviality and mutual support
– Technology and urban management: from CCTV to the Smart grid
– The GRAFFOLUTION project

ECTS: 5

BIBLIOGRAPHY

  • Bannister, J., Fyfe, N. y Kearns, A. (2006) ‘Respectable or Respectful? (In)civility and the City’, Urban Studies, 43(5-6): 919-937.
  • Galdon-Clavell, G. (2012) ‘Urbanscapes of injustice and insecurity’, in Hudson, B. and S. Ugelvik (eds.)
  • Harvey, D. (2008) Paris, capital de la modernidad. Madrid: Akal.
  • Siebel, W. i Wehrheim, J. (2006). ‘Security and the urban public sphere’. German Policy Studies, 3 (1). Pp. 19-„46.
  • Smith, N. (2002). ‘New Globalism, New Urbanism: Gentrification as Glocal Urban Strategy’. Antipode, 34 (3). Pp. 427„-450.
  • Security and Justice in the 21st century. Risks, Rights and the Rule of Law. London: Routledge. Pp.121-134.
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