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Hagmann, Jonas
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Kostenwein, David
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2021-06-21T05:44:52Z
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2021-06-18T13:11:56Z
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2021-06-21T05:44:52Z
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2021-03
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1424-7755
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1420-3529
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1662-6370
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10.1111/spsr.12434
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http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11850/490379
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How does architecture operate as a security technology? This contribution for Swiss Political Science Review by CSS’ PhD candidate David Kostenwein and Jonas Hagmann sets out how reflexive security research and urban studies approach build environments as political inclusion and exclusion instruments. It first presents how this role is understood to operate in the respective scholarly fields, and then illustrates its ambivalent operation with two mini-case studies centering on Bogotá and Zürich.
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Wie funktioniert Architektur als Sicherheitstechnologie? Dieser Beitrag im Swiss Political Science Review des CSS Doktorand David Kostenwein und Jonas Hagmann legt dar, wie reflexive Sicherheitsforschung und das Urbanistikkonzept, Umgebungen als Instrumente der politischen Inklusion und Exklusion erstellen. Er stellt zunächst dar, wie diese Rolle in den jeweiligen Wissenschaftsfeldern zu verstehen ist, und illustriert dann ihre ambivalente Funktionsweise mit zwei Mini-Fallstudien zu Bogotá und Zürich.
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en
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Wiley
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Security
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dc.subject
Technology
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Switzerland
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dc.subject
Urban design
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Urban Studies
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reflexive security
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Bogota
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Zurich
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dc.title
Urban Design as Technology of (Counter-) Democratic Security Politics
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dc.type
Journal Article
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2021-02-10
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Swiss Political Science Review
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27
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1
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193
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ethz.pages.end
204
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Debate.
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Hoboken, NJ
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published
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