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Henckel, Dietrich
Kramer, Caroline
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[Title:] Zeitgerechte Stadt: Konzepte und Perspektiven für die Planungspraxis [Editor:] Henckel, Dietrich [Editor:] Kramer, Caroline [ISBN:] 978-3-88838-087-7 [Publisher:] Verlag der ARL - Akademie für Raumforschung und Landesplanung [Place:] Hannover [Year:] 2019 [Pages:] 5-22
Die zunehmende Bedeutung von Gerechtigkeitsdiskursen auf unterschiedlichen Feldern hat auch für die zukünftige Stadtentwicklung in der Verknüpfung von räumlicher und zeitlicher Gerechtigkeit Gewicht. Obwohl jedes der Themen Raum, Zeit und Gerechtigkeit teilweise eine lange Tradition hat, ist die Verknüpfung noch sehr jungen Datums. Für diese Integration zu sensibilisieren und Forschungs- und Handlungsdesiderata herauszuarbeiten, ist der Anspruch des Bandes. Damit eine Integration auch aus notwendigerweise unterschiedlichen Disziplinen und Perspektiven gelingen kann, wird in der Einleitung einerseits die Struktur des Themenfeldes beschrieben. Zudem werden zentrale Begriffe und ihre Verknüpfung (Unterschiede, Ungleichheit, Ungerechtigkeit) definiert sowie die beiden für den Band zentralen Gerechtigkeitsperspektiven (Verteilungsgerechtigkeit und Verfahrensgerechtigkeit) formuliert. Auf dieser Basis wird die Struktur des Sammelbandes erläutert und begründet.
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Against a background of comprehensive social and economic transformation on all scales, differences and inequalities are also increasing. The debate on justice is consequently gaining significance throughout the world and in a range of situations. The introduction describes the context of the various debates on justice in order to demonstrate the particular importance of three foci: space, time and justice. Each topic has long been the subject of intensive debate in its own right but the linking of these themes remains in its infancy, despite being key to the future of urban development. A brief overview of the three strands is provided as a basis for an integrated perspective on spatial-temporal justice. Differentiating between the terms differences, inequalities and injustices (which can represent an (implicit) call to action especially for public actors) is of central importance as this also provides a framework for the volume as a whole. Two components of justice play a key role here: the equitable distribution of access, i.e. material justice, and procedural justice, i.e. access to decision-making processes about the acceptability of differences, about the evaluation of conflicts and trade-offs, and about compensation and redistribution. Even when discussing just the terminology it becomes clear that the implementation of spatial-temporal justice is an objective that cannot be fully met, it is only possible to take steps in the right direction. A central role is played here by conflicts, unavoidable trade-offs and power imbalances. Tackling the topic thus requires the input of various disciplines and perspectives. The choice of perspectives and the structure of the work undertaken during this project are presented in the introduction. Only by integrating these different perspectives is it possible to close the research gaps and identify the action required by public agents. The introduction also demonstrates that historical, spatial, cultural and economic embedding is indispensible - especially for the normatively loaded topic of justice.
Spatial justice
temporal justice
distributional justice
procedural justice
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