IAPS International Network Symposium 2013

Sustainable environments in a changing global context

Identifying opportunities for innovative spaces and practices in contexts of crisis

A Coruña, Spain, June 25-28, 2013

Wednesday 26th

 

 09.00-10.30

PAPER SESSION (PS-05): SUSTAINABLE HOUSING: CHANGE AND ADAPTATION

Chair: Edward Edgerton

Room

nº 3

 

 

55. Sustainable long time housing system: CSI housing in a changing global context.

Quing Miao & Jingmin Zhou (Tongji University, China)

 

104. Sustainable housing: The changing role of the domestic occupant

Jane E. McCullough, Sarah Lappin, Carolyn Hayles & Moira Dean (Queens University, Belfast, UK)

 

15. Densification as main strategy for the urban renewal

Barbara del Brocco & Mariella Annese (Universitá degli Study Roma Tre, Italy)

 

132. Passive houses as social practice

Michael Ornetzeder (Austrian University of Sciences, Austria)

 

09.00-10.30

PAPER SESSION (PS-06): MAPPING URBAN SPACE

Chair: Pablo Páramo

Room

nº 4

 

 

 

199. Constructing alternative spatialities in Kampala city: Two cases

Lilian Namuganyi (Makerere University,Uganda) & Rolf Johansson (Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Sweden).

 

121. Study of the appropriation of squares in Florianópolis, Brazil

Gabriela Yoshitani da Luz, Larissa Miranda Heinish, Vanessa Goulart Dorneles, Fábio Lúcio Lopes Zampieri & Vera Helena Moro Bins Ely (Federal University of Santa Catarina, Brazil)

 

174. Affective maps: Validating a dialogue between qualitative and quantitative methods

Z.A.C. Cruz Bomfim, H. Fonseca de Alencar, T.L. Moraes Ferreira, B.A. Lemos Nobre, A.K. Silva Martins, M.Z. Souza, T. Freire Monteiro & C. Carneiro Rocha (Federal University of Ceará, Brazil)

 

258. The (informal) economy of cities. Configurational and metric properties of street markets in Santiago, Chile

Rodrigo Mora, Francisco Bosch, Carlos Rothmann & Genaro Cuadros (Universidad Diego Portales, Chile)

 

09.00-10.30

PAPER SESSION (PS-07): ENVIRONMENTAL PERCEPTION AND BEHAVIOUR: PSYCHOSOCIAL ASPECTS

Chair: María Pilar García

Room

nº 5

 

 

112. Users environmental perception and behaviour in two infusion medication units: Infectology and Chemotherapy

Patricia Biasi Cavalcanti  (Federal University of Santa Catarina, Brazil)

 

124. The influence of urban and natural environment on user’s perceptions

Taís Feijó Viana (Federal University of Pelotas, Brazil)

 

131. People’ mood and architecture style: A study of human behaviour and place preference

Adriana Portella, Inês Quintanilha, Andressa Mativi Rocha, Ellen Scott Hood & Sinval Cantarelli Xavier (Federal University of Pelotas, Brazil)

 

170. Perceived walkability of different neighborhood types : A case study in Izmir Turkey

Ebru Cubukcu & Burcin Hepguzel (Dokuz Eylul University - Izmir, Turkey)

 

52. Comparative analysis on employee’s perception and possible purchasers in commercial environments – Case study in two Florianápolis stores

P.B. Cavalcanti, V.H.M. Bins Ely, C.C. Nunes, L.G. Anginoni & J.M.A de Santana (Federal Unversity of Santa Catarina, Brazil)

 

09.00-10.30

PAPER SESSION (PS-08): SUSTAINABILITY IN ORGANIZATIONS

Chair: Isabel Lema

Room

nº 6

 

 

75. From the University campus: Strategic opportunities to influence day-to-day sustainable practices in the city of Santiago

Beatriz C. Maturana & Walter Imilan (University of Chile, Chile)

 

213. Daylit intelligent sustainable ofices : Results of daylight simulation study

Dariusz Masly (The Silesian University of Technology, Poland)

 

196. Psychosocial evaluation in organizational environments to achieve healthy workplaces

Amelia Fraga Mosquera & Ricardo García-Mira (University of A Coruña, Spain)

 

267. Complex determinants of sustainable behavior in the workplace: the case of universities

Adina Dumitru, Ricardo García Mira, Jesús Miguel Muñoz & Amelia Fraga (University of A Coruña, Spain)

 

10.30-11.00

Coffee break
11.00-12.30

PAPER SESSION (PS-09): SOCIAL HOUSING: EVALUATION, ANALYSIS AND INNOVATION

Chair: M. Karmele Herranz- Pascual

 

Room

nº 3

 

 

86. Social housing in consolidated urban centres: Comparative analysis of recent solutions in the contemporary cities of São Paulo (Brazil) and Madrid (Spain)

Cássía Bartsch Nagle & Leandro Silva Medrano (Federal University of Campinas – UNICAMP, Brazil)

 

201. Innovative living space in a new century: CSI housing of urban small-sized dwellings

Jingmin Zhou & Qing Miao (Tongji University, China)

 

108. An analysis of an housing settlement in Istanbul

Roberta Camaggio (University of Studies of Napoles Federico II, Italy)

 

235. New alternatives for social housing in contemporary Brazil

Leandro Medrano, Carolina Celete, Eliane Roberto, Giovana Feres (University of Campinas - Unicamp, Brazil)

 

11.00-12.30

PAPER SESSION (PS-10): SUSTAINABLE URBANISM: CHALLENGES AND STRATEGIES FOR INNOVATION

Chair: Xavier Alcalá

Room

nº 4

 

 

83. Challenges of sustainable urbanism in the emerging city of Doha

Ashraf M. Salama & Florian Wiedmann  (Qatar University, Qatar)

 

254. A study of the modernization and sustainability of traditional Hanok in 20th century modernization period

Seung Kwang Shon (Dongshin University, South Korea)

 

246. Citizen strategies for times of crisis – Proposals for the city of Carballo, A Coruña (Spain)

Felipe Peña, Cristóbal Crespo, Mónica Mesejo, Sandra Álvarez, Juan I. Prieto, Emilio Rodríguez & Óscar Pedrós (University of A Coruña, Spain)

 

11.00-12.30

PAPER SESSION (PS-11): SUSTAINABLE BEHAVIOUR

Chair: Bernardo Hernández

 

Room

nº 5

 

 

 

69. The role of the socio-environmental interdependence in the explanation of frugal behaviors

Gabriel Muiños, Ernesto Suárez, Victor Corral-Verdugo & Bernardo Hernández (University of La Laguna, Spain & University of Sonora, Mexico)

 

17. Sustainability communication and sensitisation

Petra Schweizer-Ries, Alex Metternich, Eva Wessela & Manuel Riemer (Saarland University, Germany)

 

239. Environmental orientation in a Brazilian city

Ariane Kuhnen, Luana dos Santos Raymundo, Maira Longhinotti Felippe & Patricia Maria Schubert Peres (Federal University of Santa Catarina, Brazil)

 

14. IAPS sustainability

Chris Watson (C. Watson Consultancy Limited, New Zealand)

 

42. Environmental concern and sustainable consumption among Malaysian urban consumers

Ahmad Hariza Hashim (University Putra Malaysia, Malaysia)

 

11.00-12.30

PAPER SESSION (PS-12): GOVERNANCE AND PARTICIPATION FOR SUSTAINABILITY

Chair:  Ferdinando Fornara

 

Room

nº 6

 

 

41. Attitude an perception of Kuala Lumpur population on Klang river rehabilitation project

Asnarulkhadi Abu Samah & Ahmad Hariza Hashim (Universiti Putra Malaysia, Malaysia)

 

113. Policy in the making: The governance of darkness and urban light pollution

Katharina Krause (Leibniz-Institut für Regionalentwicklung und Strukturplanung, Germany) & Josiane Meier (Technische Universität Berlin, Germany)

 

137. Public participation in water management. The implementation of the water framework directive in the basin river basin management plans Galicia

Isabel Lema Blanco & Ricardo García-Mira  (University of A Coruña, Spain)

 

12.30-14.00

INVITED SESSION (IS-02): SUSTAINABILITY- STILL A SPARKLING AND FUZZY CHALLENGE IN TRANSDISCIPLINARY PROJECTS

 

Chair: Petra Schweizer- Ries

Salón de Actos

 

Assembly Room

 

Sustainability science and its contribution to the IAPS:Seeking for strong sustainability?

Professor Petra Schweizer-Ries, Chair (Bochum University of Applied Sciences, Germany)

 

How to communicate options carved out under a wrong headline?Lessons learned from restoration research

Professor Renate Cervinka (Medical University of Vienna, Austria)

 

Nested sustainability efforts: Saving jobs and energy in a changing region

Dr. Jennifer Senick (The State University of New Jersey, USA)

 

14.00-14.30

POSTER SESSION (PST-01): SUPPORTIVE DESIGN AND THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT

 Chair: Alberto Díaz

 Poster exhibition area

 

 

7. Recovery in Handmade Customization -Practical Approach to Temporary Housing for Disaster Victims

Akihiko Iwasa (Niigata University, Japan)

 

39. The Collaboration of Virtual and Physical Architecture: A Comparative Study of Digital and Physical Design Processes

Aaron Kadoch (The University of Wisconsin Stevens Point, USA)

 

40. A Study on the Sign Design and City Identity in Busan and Fukuoka

Hansok Seo (Dongseo Univsersity, South Korea)

 

43. Research Study of Emotional Words on Environmentally Friendly Spaces

Jisun Youn, Jiyoung Oh & Heykyung Park (Inje University, South Korea)

 

84. Perceived safety, comfort and satisfaction related to the stadium experience

Sara Manca & Ferdinando Fornara (University of Cagliari, Italy)

 

146. The relation between the physical environment, the social climate and burnout in the work environment

Alejandra García Saisó & Jesús Felipe Uribe (Nacional University of México, Mexico)

 

177. Historical and Cultural Heritage, Environmental Psychology and Affectivity

Z.A.C Cruz Bomfim, T. Moraes Ferreira, B.A. Lemos Nobre, T.Freire Monteiro,  V.L. Batista & L.M. Gonçalves Siebra (Federal University of Ceará, Brazil)

 

202. Peri-urban open spaces and the configuration of the everyday landscape in metropolitan areas

Marta Benages-Albert & Pere Vall-Casas (International University of Catalonia, Spain)


249. Eco-Friendly Image in Korean Ecological Museums

Jisun Youn, Jiyoung Oh & Heykyung Park (Inje University, South Korea)

 

14.30-15.30

Lunch break

15.30-17.00

PAPER SESSION (PS-13): SOCIAL HOUSING AND PUBLIC POLICIES

Chair: Aleya Abdel-Hadi

 

Room

nº 3

 

 

36. Social housing and public policies: Similarities and differences between the Brazilian and the Spanish case

Katrin Rappl & Leandro Medrano (Universdade Stadual de Campinas – UNICAMP, Brazil)

 

128. Public housing policy in Brazilian informal settlemments : Consolidation of a fragmented model and partial service

Eliane Roberto & Leandro Medrano (FEC University of Campinas – UNICAMP, Brazil)

 

96. Taking advantage of the economic crisis : Re-approaching regional planning for sustainability

Abdul Hadi Harman Shah, Abdul Samad Hadi, Shaharudin Idrus & Ahmad Fariz Mohamed (Universiti Kebangsaan, Malaysia)

 

71. Proximity. Noteson Cairo agrarian urbanism

Antonia M. A. Chiesa (Politecnico di Milano, Italy)

 

209. A theoretical background for understanding the transformation of low-rise appartment housing units’ plans in Istanbul : An interpretation model on the changing semantics of housing space organizations

Mehmet Emin Salgamcioglu & Alper Unlu (Istanbul Technical University, Turkey)

 

15.30-17.00

PAPER SESSION (PS-14): CULTURE AND SPATIAL ANALYSIS

Chair: Rolf Johansson

 

Room

nº 4

 

 

99. Tessin’s urban landscape – A cultural-spatial analysis of Tessin’s plan for the surroundings of the Royal Palace in Stockholm

Rolf Johansson (Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Sweden)

 

256. Maps as landscape

Jesús Conde García (University of A Coruña, Spain)

 

212. A comparative study on the role of courtyard in the traditional Cypriot and Iranian houss

Ozgu Dincyurek & Halleh Nejadriahi (Eastern Mediterranean University, North Cyprus)

 

253. The effects of traditional and global architecture related with nature and culture for the case of Izmir Institute of Technology in Turkey

Ayşen Cevriye Benli (Izmir Institute of Technology, Turkey)


15.30-17.00

PAPER SESSION (PS-15): SOCIAL ENVIRONMENTS AND PERCEPTION

Chair: Giuseppe Carrus

 

Room

nº 5

 

 

88. Ecological implications of children and youth understandings and social needs in the transformation of the Amazon rainforest

Maria Inês Gasparetto Higuchi, Daniele Cunha Rosa, Sylvia Souza Forsberg & Isolda Gunther (National Institute for Amazon Research- INPA; University of Brasilia, Brazil)

 

165. The influence of urban neighborhood environment on residents’ place attachment – Tain an city as an example

Heng Zhang & Hsiu Kai Chang (National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan)

 

106. From ego-depletion to psychological restoration: A study of the cognitive, behavioural, and social benefits of contact with nature in early educational settings

Giuseppe Carrus, Massimiliano Scopelliti, Sabine Pirchio & Ylenia Passatore (University of roma Tre, LUMSA University & Sapienza University of Rome, Italy)

 

15.30-17.00

PAPER SESSION (PS-16): PUBLIC FACILITIES IN HEALTH AND EDUCATION

Chair: Cláudia Andrade

 

Room

nº 6

 

 

161. Public facilities as elements of territorial cohesion. Case study University and Hospital Networks in Galicia.

Cristina Garcia Fontán (University of A Coruña, Spain)

 

150. Planning characteristics of nursing homes in Japan. The relationship between space and management

Mori Shiho (Mie University), Taniguchi Gen (Nagoya University), Inoue Yukiko (Japan College of Social Work), Kato Akikazu (Mie University) & Chan Seng Kee (Mie University)

 

186. Environmental options, hospital rooms and patients’ well-being

Cláudia Campos Andrade (ISCTE-IUL, Portugal) & Ann Sloan Devlin (Connecticut College, USA)

 

78. A study on teacher’s work area of junior high schools with department system

Megumi Yano & Kaname Yanagisawa (Chiba University, Japan)

 

80. A study on the planning of University libraries. A case study of the new Chiba University Library.

Yuko Ishizuka & Kaname Yanagisawa (Chiba University, Japan)

 

17.00-18.30

SPECIFIC SESSION (SS-02): PARTICIPATORY TRANSITORIES TO A LOW CARBON EUROPE: LESSONS FOR POLICY

Chair: Walter Wehrmeyer

Salón de Actos

 

Assembly Room

 

269. Getting to radical sustainability: are we radical enough for changes?

W. Wehrmeyer (University of Surrey, UK), S. Fudge (University of Exeter, UK), Z. Stasiskiene, A. Stakevicius (Kaunas University, Lithuania), A. Farsang (Central European University, Hungary), L. Venhoeven & G. Perlaviciute (University of Groningen, The Netherlands)

 

270. Teenage Envisions to a Sustainable Europe in 2030; how to get there?

W.J. Luiten & S.B. Emmert (TNO Built Environment and Geosciences, The Netherlands)

 

271. New Futures and News ways to get there: Examining School Pupils’ and Experts’ Transition Pathways across 6 EU countries

W. Wehrmeyer (University of Surrey, UK), S. Emmert (TNO Built Environment and Geosciences, The Netherlands), A. Farsang (Central European University, Hungary), E. Kondili (TEI Piraeus, Greece), Z. Stasiskiene (Kaunas University, Lithuania), L. Venhoeven (University of Groningen, The Netherlands) & G. Vitterso (National Institute for Consumer Research, Norway)

 

272. Identifying key drivers, barriers and change agents: policy and practice-relevant lessons from six countries across the EU

A. Farsang, A. Watt (Central European University, Hungary), W. Wehrmeyer (University of Surrey, UK) & S. Fudge (University of Exeter, UK)

 

18.30-19.30

IAPS Assembly General Meeting
 

Salón de Actos

 

Assembly Room

 

 

 

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Instituto de Estudios e Investigación Psicosocial People-Environment Research Group Universidade da Coruña

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