This course focuses on the purpose, structure and methods of various spatial planning such as national land, regional, and urban planning. Students are expected to learn the history of national land and the current issues relating to land, followed by the history of cities.
The current issues relating to contemporary urban planning are explained and basic knowledge on urban and regional planning are provided.
By the end of this course, students will be able to:
1)understand basic terms relating to urban and regional planning;
2)understand the scale and overall picture of urban and regional planning;
3)understand the brief history of urban and regional planning; and
4)understand the basic issues faced by contemporary urban and regional planning.
History of National Land Planning, History of Urban Planning, Population Decresing and Aging Society, Urban Landscape, Low Carbon Society, Public Paticipation
|Intercultural skills||Communication skills||Specialist skills||Critical thinking skills||Practical and/or problem-solving skills|
Planning theory and corresponding practices are explained in each class. Lectures (1st to 10th) will be given by Nakai, and lectures (11th to 15th) will be given by Soshiroda.
|Course schedule||Required learning|
|Class 1||Current Situation of Cities and City Planning||Understand the current socio-economic situation surrounding the national land and cities|
|Class 2||Planning History of Western Cities||Understand the genesis of urban planning; understand the relationship between theory and practice|
|Class 3||Planning History of Japanese Cities||Understand the modernaization and development of Japanese cities|
|Class 4||Planning towards safer cities||Understand the thoughts and methods to protect the citizen from natural disaster|
|Class 5||Planning and Transport||Understand the basic knowledge about transport planning and concepts|
|Class 6||Planning towards low carbon cities||Understand the thoughts and methods to reduce CO2 emission from the city|
|Class 7||Planning towards democratic cities||Understand the thoughts and methods to promote democratic decision-making|
|Class 8||Urban Planning System in Japan||Understand the basic structure and knowledge about the statutory planning system in Japan|
|Class 9||Urban Planning System in Europe and the US||Understand the basic structure and knowledge about the statutory planning system in Britain, France, Germany and the US|
|Class 10||Test level of understanding with practice and summary of 1st to 9th classes||Thes level of understanding and self-evaluate achievement for classes 1-9|
|Class 11||The definition and overall structure of national planning system||Understand the definition and overall structure of national planning system|
|Class 12||The genesis of national and regional planning||Understand the genesis of national and regional planning|
|Class 13||Planning History of Japanese national land||Understand the planning history of Japanese national land|
|Class 14||The current city and local relations,and the local policy||Understand the current city and local relations,and the local policy|
|Class 15||Test level of understanding with practice and summary of 11tht to 14th classes||Thes level of understanding and self-evaluate achievement for classes 11-14|
(Nakai) Original text will be uploaded to the OCW
(Nakai) Taniguch, Mamoru. Introduction to City Planning, Tokyo:Morikita Shuppan; ISBN:978-4-627-45261-9
Level of understanding of basic terms of national land and city planning; Level of understanding of basic thoughts and theories of planning