Cristin-prosjekt-ID: 415814
Sist endret: 26. januar 2004 00:00
Cristin-prosjekt-ID: 415814
Sist endret: 26. januar 2004 00:00
Prosjekt

Fra produksjon til forbruk. Nye tilnærminger til bygdelandskap og konsekvenser for politikkutforming, planlegging og forvaltning

prosjektleder

prosjekteier / koordinerende forskningsansvarlig enhet

Klassifisering

Tidsramme

Beskrivelse

  • Norsk
  • Engelsk

Tittel

Fra produksjon til forbruk. Nye tilnærminger til bygdelandskap og konsekvenser for politikkutforming, planlegging og forvaltning

Sammendrag

Prosjektets formål er å utvikle en grunnleggende forståelse av drivkrefter og endringsprosesser i det rurale kulturlandskapet sin gradvise overgang fra "produksjonslandskap" til "konsumlandskap" og gjennom dette komme frem til mer innovative og helhetlig tilnærminger til kulturlandskap som kollektivt gode med utgangspunkt i samtidige verdier og behov.

Vitenskapelig sammendrag

Prosjektets formål er å utvikle en grunnleggende forståelse av drivkrefter og endringsprosesser i det rurale kulturlandskapet sin gradvise overgang fra "produksjonslandskap" til "konsumlandskap" og gjennom dette komme frem til mer innovative og helhetlig tilnærminger til kulturlandskap som kollektivt gode med utgangspunkt i samtidige verdier og behov.

Tittel

From production to consumption: New approaches to the rural landscape and implications to policy making, planning and management.

Sammendrag

Farmers, policy makers and planners are facing one of the most pervasive and possibly consequential processes of change in relation to use and interpretation of the rural cultural landscape: from a landscape of production to a landscape of consumption.In this co-operative project, Telemark Research Institute - Bø and the Agricultural University of Norway will focus on how this process of change can be conceptualised and understood. It is our theses that current socio-cultural changes will effect people’s relations to cultural landscapes, and that emerging preferences will favour a cultural landscape that appeals to postmodern identity construction processes and can, thus, communicate the local as a distinct part of the global. This is a landscape emphasising tradition, holism, complexity, place identity. For a countryside and agriculture under serious pressure, the need for legitimacy in the public seems vital in the years to come, particularly so with the gradual introduction of a rural support system based on principles of collective value production. The visualisation of cultural landscape development with popular appeal will be important in this research project of two reasons. First, when it comes to producing input for future models for landscape planning and management, and second, in relation to expanding an academic debate about rural cultural landscapes that has suffered from lack of integration and holism.

Vitenskapelig sammendrag

Farmers, policy makers and planners are facing one of the most pervasive and possibly consequential processes of change in relation to use and interpretation of the rural cultural landscape: from a landscape of production to a landscape of consumption.In this co-operative project, Telemark Research Institute - Bø and the Agricultural University of Norway will focus on how this process of change can be conceptualised and understood. It is our theses that current socio-cultural changes will effect people’s relations to cultural landscapes, and that emerging preferences will favour a cultural landscape that appeals to postmodern identity construction processes and can, thus, communicate the local as a distinct part of the global. This is a landscape emphasising tradition, holism, complexity, place identity. For a countryside and agriculture under serious pressure, the need for legitimacy in the public seems vital in the years to come, particularly so with the gradual introduction of a rural support system based on principles of collective value production. The visualisation of cultural landscape development with popular appeal will be important in this research project of two reasons. First, when it comes to producing input for future models for landscape planning and management, and second, in relation to expanding an academic debate about rural cultural landscapes that has suffered from lack of integration and holism.

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