Sökning: "stockholm stadsplanering"
Visar resultat 1 - 5 av 16 avhandlingar innehållade orden stockholm stadsplanering.
1. Stormaktstidens Stockholm tar gestalt : gaturegleringen i Stockholm 1625-1650
Sammanfattning : Stockholm, in just a few decades, was transformed from a largely medieval fortress town to a modern capital city. The street regulation which was carried out in Stockholm during the years 1625-1650 and which in the central parts of the city still exist as a recognizable pattern for streets and city blocks was an important part of this transformation. LÄS MER
2. Strävan efter ett ordnat samhälle : Stadsplanering i Huddinge 1900-1960
Sammanfattning : Suburbs sprang up round about many Swedish towns and cities in and around 1900. For obvious reasons, they were most numerous round about the City of Stockholm. This thesis sets out to map and discuss urban planning in the suburban Stockholm municipalities between 1900 and 1960. LÄS MER
3. En stad i världsklass – hur och för vem? : En studie om Stockholms sociala stadsplanering
Sammanfattning : The city is characterised by unequal living conditions and inequities. Residential segregation – in the sense that people with different socio-economic resources and of various ethnicities live separately from one another – is a major cause of urban inequities. LÄS MER
4. Malaria urbana : Om Anna Johannesdotter och prostitutionen i Stockholm kring 1900
Sammanfattning : This dissertation deals with regulated prostitution in Stockholm around 1900. The regulation forced women who were regarded as loose to submit to medical examinations twice a weak, and to obey a separate set of rules. The prinicipal and outspoken purpose of this regulation was to restrain the spread of contagious venereal diseases. LÄS MER
5. Trafikslag på undantag : Cykeltrafiken i Stockholm 1930-1980
Sammanfattning : The modal share of bicycle traffic in Stockholm increased from 20 per cent to over 30 per cent during the 1930s, and reached staggering levels during World War Two – peaking at over 70 per cent. Soon after the war, however, the share declined rapidly. LÄS MER