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

Thursday 27th

 

09.00-10.30

PAPER SESSION (PS-17): URBAN PLANNING AND DESIGN IN EDUCATIONAL CONTEXTS

 Chair: Jesús Miguel Muñoz

 

Room

nº 3

 

 

205. A study on  the classroom design and planning of international schools

Juri Yamada & Kaname Yanagisawa (Chiba University, Japan)

 

148. The relationship between nursery schoolyard and playing behavior

Hiromi Nakagawa & Kaname Yanagisawa (Chiba University, Japan)

 

179. Outdoor as learning environment for children at a primary school of Bangladesh

Matluba Khan & M Zakiul Islam  (Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology – BUET, Bangladesh)

 

09.00-10.30

PAPER SESSION (PS-18): PERCEPTION OF URBAN SPACE AND PLACE ATTACHMENT

Chair: Derya Oktay

Room

nº 4

 

 

252. Personality and behaviour inferences based in the place of residence

Jose Palma Oliveira (University of Lisbon, Portugal) & Fátima Bernardo (University of Evora, Portugal)

 

30. Place-space and place-making. An integrative agenda to investigate place-identity

Eman El  Nachar (Beirut Arab University, Libano) & Aleya Abdel-Hadi (Modern Sciences and Art University, Egypt)

 

153. The barbican estate: Representation and attachment

Clara Weber (University of Surrey, UK)

 

263. The fear to the city: An exploratory analysis

Pablo Páramo (Pilot University of Colombia – National Pedagogical University)

 

09.00-10.30

PAPER SESSION (PS-19): ENGAGING COMMUNITY IN RISK AND VULNERABILITY MANAGEMENT

Chair: Tony Craig

 

Room

nº 5

 

 

97. Opportunities for security governance in the face of local safety crisis

Abdul Samad Hadi, Abdul Hadi Harman Shah, Shaharudin Idrus & Ahmad Fariz Mohamed (LESTARI – UKM, Malaysia)

 

58. Achieving safety through governing risks? Urban crime prevention strategies in Sweden

Rolf Lidskog (Örebro University, Sweden)

 

72. Psychological costs of poverty

Maria Montero-López Lena (National Autonomous University of Mexico) & Gary W. Evans (Cornell University, USA)

 

197. Community development model of Kedung Cowek subdistrict as coastal community based on subdisstrict profile as social capital data

Akhmad Fauzie (Hag Tuah University, Indonesia)


09.00-10.30

PAPER SESSION (PS-20)URBAN PLANNING: CULTURE AND REGULATIONS

Chair: Zulmira Bomfim & Maria Ines Higuchi

 

Room

nº 6

 

 

164. The impact of planning regulations versus livelihood activities of residents in Tanzania and South Africa

Wolfgang Scholz, Sabine Baumgart, Susanna Godehart, Peter Robinson, Tanya Dayaram (TU Dortmund University, Germany)

 

264. Making city, building citizenship. The Corunna’s Civic Agreement. Dissemination and projection in its local active policies.

Héctor M. Pose (University of A Coruña, Spain)

 

10.30-11.00

Coffee break

11.00-12.30

PAPER SESSION (PS-21): HOUSING AND SUSTAINABLE ARCHITECTURE

Chair: Nuria Rebollo Quintela

Room

nº 3

 

145. Greening the neighbourhood for livability: The case of Seremban, Malaysia

Shaharudin Idrus, Abdul Samad Hadi, Abdul Hadi Harma Shah, Mohd Raffi Othman & Ahmad Fariz Mohamed (University Kebangsaan Malaysia, Malaysia)

 

241. Time preference and risk aversion among development and construction professionals and managers

Ian Ellingham (Cambridge Architectural Research Limited, UK), William Fawcett (Pembroke College, University of Cambridge, UK) & Peter Wallström (Lulea University of Technology, Sweden)

 

29. Mapping human factors for sustainable living

Pernilla Hagbert (University of Houston, USA) & Olga Bannova (Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden)

 

233. Celebrating buildings of glass in the tropical regions. A flaw in Architecture

Crispino C. Ochieng (Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology, Kenya)

 

11.00-12.30

PAPER SESSION (PS-22): SUSTAINABILITY IN URBAN SPACE: PARTICIPATORY APPROACHES AND HUMAN BEHAVIOUR

Chair: Hülya Turgut

 

Room

nº 4

 

 

74. Participatory design of ‘Pedestrian-focused’ streets through the application of universal design principles

Anli Ataöv Demirkan & Soghra Rashidi (Middle East Technical University, Turkey)

 

27. Sustainable project for constructing the Pocket Park in the collaboration with inhabitants, students and local professionals in Sanjo, Japan

Shin-ya Nishimura, Satoshi Boda & Noriko Sakurai (Niigata University, Japan)

 

140. Inclusive housing strategies to age in place: From empirical research to collaborative design studios

Carole Després, Denise Piché & Laurence Jodoin-Nicole (Université Laval, Canada)

 

11.00-12.30

PAPER SESSION (PS-23): VULNERABILITY, RESILIENCE AND RESTORATION

Chair: Adina Dumitru

 Room

nº 5

 
 

119. Unintended consequences of natural resources-based developments. The case of As Pontes in A Coruña (Galicia, Spain)

Xaquin S. Pérez Sindín López (University of A Coruña, Spain)

 

123. The possible impacts of climate change in the city of Recife, Brazil

Luiz Priori Jr (Federal University of Pernambuco, Brazil)

 

175. Vulnerabilities and resilience of communities living in circumstances of risk

Edinéa Alcântara de Barros & Silva Rosinha Barbosa Fátima Furtado (Federal University of Pernambuco, Brazil)

 

142. Risky driving behaviour analysis using the theory of planned behaviour. The role of attitudinal and normative beliefs

Cristina Adelaide Pimentão Marcelino (Fernando Pessoa University, Portugal) & Ricardo García-Mira (University of A Coruña, Spain)

 

232. Art museums as restorative environments?

Stefano Mastandrea, Fridanna Maricchiolo, Massimiliano Scopelliti & Giuseppe Carrus (University of Roma Tre & LUMSA University, Italy).


11.00-12.30

PAPER SESSION (PS-24): GREEN SPACES AND BIODIVERSITY CONSERVATION

Chair: María Montero- López Lena

 

 Room

nº 6

 

 

198. Urban gardening in Prague, Czechia : Reinventing sustainability

Jana Spilková (Charles University in Prague, Czechia)

 

250.Stress reducing effects of different urban green areas: An experimental study

Liisa Tyrväinen & Ann Ojala (Finnish Forests Research Institute, Metla) & Kalevi Korpela (Universit of Tampere, Finland)

 

12.30-14.00

INVITED SESSION (IS-03): SOCIO-CULTURAL SUSTAINABILITY: HISTORICAL AND TRADITIONAL ENVIRONMENTS IN CITIES OF THE GLOBALIZING WORLD

Chair: Hülya Turgut

 

 Salón de Actos

 

Assembly Room

 

 

Socio-Cultural Sustainability: A Conceptual Overview and  the  Case of Istanbul as a Globalizing City

Professor Hülya Turgut (Istanbul Technical Univesity, Turkey)

 

Cultural Sustainability: Towards divergence or convergence?

Professor Aleya Abdel-Hadi - presenter (Arab University of Beirut, Lebanon), Dina ShehayebAhmad Borham (Housing and Building National Research Center, Cairo- Egypt)

 

Towards Human Sustainable Urbanism: Interrogating the Contemporary Approaches and the traditional Turkish (Ottoman) City

Professor Derya Oktay (Eastern Mediterranean University, North Cyprus)

 

14.00-14.30

POSTER SESSION (PST-02): COGNITIVE AND EMOTIONAL ASPECTS OF HUMAN-ENVIRONMENT RELATIONSHIPS

 Chair: Amelia Fraga

Poster Exhibition Area

 

56. Validation and predictive capacity of the New Human Interdependence Paradigm Scale.     

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

 

68. Emotions and individual and organizational coping strategies during the emergence of the submarine volcano 1803-02 in the island of El Hierro.                                                                             

Cristina Ruiz, Carmen Tabernero & Bernardo Hernández (University of La Laguna & University of Córdoba, Spain)

 

76. Validation of emotions towards water consumption scale in a Mexican sample        

Juan Calors Manríquez Betanzos & María Montero-López Lena (UNAM, Spain)

 

130. U.S. University students’ concern for environmental sustainability in the context of economic crisis

Dennis D. Kerkman & Brian J. Cowley (Park University, USA)

 

149. Attentional bias toward typical shops in Japan revealed by a dot-probe task: it depends when you look for it

H. Shirayanagi, K. Hirano & Y. Wada (Tohoku University, Japan)

 

155. Urban-Rural differences and the beliefs on interdependence between nature and humans     

Gabriel Muiños, Fátima Negrín, Ernesto Suárez & Bernardo Hernández (University of La Laguna, Spain)

 

244. Psychosocial intervention and socio-physical environment: Pro-environmental behaviour as a curricular subject in social educators training                                                                                      

Angel Fernández González (University of Vigo, Spain)

 

260. Parents as potential mediators of children’s relationship with nature: a case study in Florianópolis, Brazil   

Patricia Maria Schubert Peres (Federal University of Santa Catarina, Brazil)

 

14.30-15.30

Lunch break

 15.30-17.00

PAPER SESSION (PS-25): HEALTHY HOUSING AND VULNERABILITY

Chair: Sherry Ahrentzen

 

Room

nº 3

 

 

127. A social network in the posts-conflictual residential settings

Beril Ozmen Mayer & Elinwa Ugochukwu Kenechi (Eastern Mediterranean University, North Cyprus)

 

237. Unexpected changes as a principal factor of urban disorganization

Myriam Goluboff Scheps, Amparo Casares & Cristina García Fontán (University of A Coruña, Spain)

 

173. Revitalizing the linkage between nature and health: The study on green infrastructure for active travel in the compact cities

Mei-Lin Su (University of Edinburgh, UK)

 

15.30-17.00

PAPER SESSION (PS-26): DETERMINANTS OF SUSTAINABLE ENERGY CONSUMPTION

Chair: Patrick Devine-Wright

 

Room

nº 4

 

 

105. Psychosocial antecedents of intentions to use renewable energy devices at household level

Ferdinando Fornara, Marina Mura, Piermario Pattitoni & Elisabetta Strazzera  (Università di Cagliari & Sapienza Università di Roma, Italy)

 

59. A critical and empirical analysis of the national-local ‘gap’ in public responses towards large-scale energy infrastructures

Susana Batel & Patrick Devine-Wright (ISCTE-IUL, Portugal & University of Exeter, UK)

 

47. Sustainable energy and sustainable communities. Social representations and rhetoric construction of energy issues in Italy

Mauro Sarrica, Sonia Brondi, Paolo Cottone & Bruno Mazzara (Sapienza University of Rome & University of Padova, Italy)

 

31. Low carbon energy technologies and the meaning of home: The enduring significance of the hearth for older adults

Patrick Devine-Wright, Wendy Wrapson, Nicholas Hume, Sam Brown & Alan Lewis (University of Exeter, UK)

 

15.30-17.00

PAPER SESSION (PS-28): ENGAGING COMMUNITY IN URBAN PLANNING

Chair: Sigrun Kabisch

 

Room

nº 6

 

 

216. Streetbook community park – Networking community engagement

Salsabeel Amin & Nagwa Sherif (The American University in Cairo, Egypt)

 

208. Minor urban transformations toward enhancing participatory qualities of urban spaces

Aynaz Lotfata (Middle East Technical University of Ankara, Turkey)

 

160. User participation in the building process of social and cultural facilities. Examples from Germany and Japan

Pilyong Chong (University of Stuttgart, Germany)

 

259. Affordances in childrern’s play at nature: One study oin Florianópolis, Brazil

Ariane Kuhnen & Patricia Maria Schubert Peres (Federal University of Santa Catarina, Brazil)

 

17.00-18.00

SPECIFIC SESSION (SS-03): PERSON, URBAN SUSTAINABILITY AND PUBLIC SPACE

Convener: Bernardo Jiménez Domínguez

Chair: Mario Noriega

 

 

 

Salón de Actos 

 

Assembly Room

 

 

 

143. Person, urban sustainability and public space

Bernardo Jiménez (University of Guadalajara, Mexico), Mario Noriega (Javeeriana University, Colombia), Miguel Angel Aguilar (Metropolitan Autonomous University – Iztapalapa, Mexico ) & Ana Rosa Oliveira (P20 Arquitectos, Mexico)

 

109. The sensorial and urban experience of walking in Mexico City

Miguel Ángel Aguilar Díaz (Metropolitan Autonomous University– Iztapalapa, Mexico)

 

35. The construction of sustainable cities through the practice of ‘Open Urban Design’

Mario Augusto Noriega Toledo (Javeriana University, Colombia)

 

18.00-19.00

SPECIFIC SESSION (SS-04): THE ROLE OF SUSTAINABLE URBAN GREEN SPACES FOR PROVIDING ECOSYSTEM SERVICE AND MAINTAINING HUMAN WELL-BEING IN THE CONTEXT OF A GLOBAL URBANIZATION

Conveners: Nadja Kabisch, Dagmar Haase & Sigrun Kabisch

Chair: Nadja Kabisch

Salón de Actos 

 

Assembly Room

 

266. The role of sustainable urban green spaces for providing ecosystem service and maintaining human well-being in the context of a global urbanization – Introduction to the session

Nadja Kabisch (HU Berlin, Germany), Dagmar Haase & Sigrun Kabisch (UFZ Leipzig, Germany)

 

87. Links between urban vulnerabilty and green infrastructure : an evaluation of urban agriculture practices by women farmers in Addis Ababa

Nathalie Jean-Babtiste & Sigrun Kabisch (UFZ Leipzig, Germany)

 

63. Affordances for senior-appropriate urban green spaces in shrinking cities

Merten Nefs, Susana Alves, Ingl Zasada & Dagmar Haase (Okan Universitesi, Turkey; Deltametropolis Association, Rotterdam, The Negerlands ; Leibniz Centre for Agricultural Landscape research, Institute of socio-Economics Müncheberg, Germany ; Humboldt University Berlin, and Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research – UFZ, Germany)

 

19.00-19.30

Closing ceremony

Salón de Actos 

 

Assembly Room

 

21.00-24.00

Conference dinner- University Canteen

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Scientific programme

 

Convenors

IAPS Association
IAPS Housing Network IAPS Sustainability Network IAPS Culture and Space Network
Instituto de Estudios e Investigación Psicosocial People-Environment Research Group Universidade da Coruña

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