Re-Contextualizing Cultural Exchange Policy in Culture-led Urban Regeneration


This study attempts to explore the core concepts and implications of the activity of international cultural activity applied in the process of Culture-led Regeneration policies. By examining the discussions on the level of social openness in urban regeneration policies and how cities have induced immigrants to take stances, this paper seeks the approaches that should be taken to formulate hospitality and convivial society. In the times of populist movement is rising again, cities circumvent national policies of protectionism and promote cultural exchange and secure cultural diversity. This paper will analyse and critically evaluate how social openness is conceptualized in urban regeneration, how it is measured, and how urban regeneration is linked to it. The study will thoroughly review each researcher’s argument and seek how they can affect urban growth and development which will prepare the working system to be built on the paradigm of hospitality and conviviality.

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Saemee Kim, Hanyang Peace Institute, Hanyang University, South Korea

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Conference: GLOBAL2017
Stream: Architecture and Urban Studies/Design

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