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    Mark, Tove
    KTH, School of Architecture and the Built Environment (ABE), Urban Planning and Environment, Urban and Regional Studies.
    Mötesplatser som verktyg för integration: en fallstudie gällande möten inom området Fisksätra-Saltsjöbaden2015Independent thesis Advanced level (degree of Master (One Year)), 20 credits / 30 HE creditsStudent thesis
    Abstract [en]

    Residential segregation has grown more intense over the years within Sweden and is nowadays a hot topic on the political agenda. A lot of residential areas are today characterized by a homogeneous social structure in the matter of socioeconomic situation, ethnicity and demography. This study aims to study how places for meetings can be used as a tool, to further integrate segregated groups in an area of residential segregation. The aim is more specific to study how the local context, in form of the urban form, but also the non-spatial context, affects how social integration takes form. A case study of residential segregation is used to answer these questions and to further gain a better understanding of the relationship between the local context and social structures and interactions within the area. An inventory of important places for meetings takes place in the case study, by using methods such as surveys and interviews. Performed interviews will also aim to create a better understanding of the social and cultural context of the studied area. The result of the case study is proving that the social and cultural context, but also the urban form, creates substantial differences, in question of social structures and behaviours. The concluding remarks of the study is stressing the importance of thorough study of the local context, to further understand how meeting places can be better planned, to function as a tool for integration in an area of residential segregation.        

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