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The function of Zagreb as a factor of the transformation of the greater Zagreb girdle : with a separate commentary on daily migration
Petar Feletar, 2009, review article

Abstract: With an almost monocentric development, the most powerful central functions in Croatia are concentrated in Zagreb. These functions have a powerful influence on the transformation of the area towards which they gravitate. This influence is greatest on the geographic area of the Greater Zagreb girdle area, i.e. Zagreb County. The processes of the transformation of the Greater Zagreb girdle relate above all to the urbanisation and suburbanisation of the area. These processes extend to rural areas in a very spatially differentiated way, depending primarily on the level of development and the spatial distribution of the transport network. Spatial differentiation and the level of urbanisation and suburbanisation in the Zagreb environs are illustrated through an analysis of the intensity and distribution of daily migration in Zagreb and through expressed changes in the spatial distribution of inhabitation. These processes were considered to be in parallel in the period from 1948 to 2001, the period of the most intensive change.
Keywords: greater Zagreb girdle, spatial distribution of inhabitation, daily migration, suburbanisation, spatial differentiation
Published in DKUM: 20.03.2018; Views: 1287; Downloads: 95
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Forms of social and spatial differentiation in towns (based on the case of Maribor)
Vladimir Drozg, 2012, original scientific article

Abstract: This contribution discusses forms of spatial differentiation of the town, occurring while human needs are being fulfilled (social connections, supply, culture, education and recreation). Social and spatial differentiation is most noticeable in the area of social connections, clothing stores and culture. The most important social characteristics, responsible for spatial differentiation are age and material situation. Also, the size of the town proved to be crucial for social and spatial differentiation.
Keywords: social differentiation, spatial differentiation, Maribor
Published in DKUM: 21.12.2015; Views: 902; Downloads: 107
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