Production and consumption of urban education space-case study of Ningbo modern higher education park

Authors: Renfeng MA*, Institute of Human Geography and Urban-rural Planning, Department of Geography & Spatial Information Techniques, Ningbo University, Ningbo 315211, China, Simin DOU, Institute of Human Geography and Urban-rural Planning, Department of Geography & Spatial Information Techniques, Ningbo University, Ningbo 315211, China
Topics: China, Urban Geography, Urban and Regional Planning
Keywords: school agglomeration;educational space; production of space;linkage of university - student community - science and technology park;Social space construction
Session Type: Paper
Day: 4/3/2019
Start / End Time: 12:40 PM / 2:20 PM
Room: Truman, Marriott, Mezzanine Level
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Abstract: With the integration of university campus and local community, the multi-function of University’s space has transformed rapidly and become the special and important consumer goods. In recent years, production of space and spatial fix has become gradually attracted attention from planners, scholars and public society. Through examining Ningbo modern missionary school and modern higher education park, modern education space consumption mode is multifarious, which is the process of spatial shaping and space consumption dominated by human capital production. Modern higher education is not only responsible for the improvement of population quality, but also for the cultivation of urban and national professional talents and driving urban development. The paper highlights the production and consumption of education space not only originated from education related production factors gathered in the special location of the city, but also influenced by social interaction. And the production of the education space is intertwined with factors of economy, culture and government/residents of different stages of local city. Foundation: National Natural Science Foundation of China, No. 41771174.

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