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n Stads- en Streeksbeplanning = Town and Regional Planning - Exploring place-making in the Vredefort Dome, South Africa : a mixed-method approach

Volume 2009, Issue 55
  • ISSN : 1012-280X

Abstract

Any space - interior, exterior and landscapes - becomes a place to which people attach meaning. The process where by meaningful space or a sense of place is formed is rarely considered in developmental planning. This article argues for an interdisciplinary approach to the identification of different types of meaning attached to the Vredefort Dome World Heritage Site, and proposes a methodology for assessing these as an aid to sensitive development interventions in such precious places.


Enige ruimte, hetsy dit 'n interne ruimte, eksterne ruimte of 'n landskap is - kan beskou word as 'n plek sodra mense betekenis daaraan heg. Die proses wat betrokke is by die skep van betekenisvolle ruimtes of sin van plek, word nie algemeen toegepas in ontwikkelingsbeplanning nie. In hierdie artikel word die gebruik van 'n multidissiplinêre benadering as belangrik beskou vir die identifisering van verskillende betekenisse wat aan die Vredefort Koepel Wêrelderfenisgebied geheg word. Daar word ook 'n metodologie voorgestel vir die assessering van hierdie betekenisse as 'n hulpmiddel vir 'n toepaslike ontwikkelingsbenadering met betrekking tot sulke betekenisvolle plekke.


Sebaka, e ka ba sebaka sefe kapa sefe - ka hare, kapa ka ntle esitana le dibaka tsa naha, e eba sebaka hafeela batho ba hokella moelelo ho sona. Mokgwa wa tshebetso oo ho botjwang sebaka sa nnete kapa kelello ya sebaka ha se hangata e tadingwang moralong wa kgolo (ntshetsopele). Thuto ena e lwanela mokgwa wa katamelo o kopanetsweng boitsebisong ba mefuta e fapaneng ya moelelo e hokeletsweng ho sebaka sa Vredefort Dome esitana le ho hlahisa mokgwa wa tekanyetso ya yona e le thuso ho dinamolo tsa bohlokwa tsa kgolo dibakeng tseno tse kgahlisang.

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2009-12-01
2019-10-22

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