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In the shadow of the city: Demographic processes and emerging conflicts in the rural-urban fringe of the Hungarian agglomerations

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dc.contributor.author Lennert, József
dc.contributor.author Bajmócy, Péter
dc.contributor.author Vasárus, Gábor
dc.date.accessioned 2018-05-30T08:25:56Z
dc.date.available 2018-05-30T08:25:56Z
dc.date.issued 2017
dc.identifier.citation Geographica Pannonica 22: (1) pp. 14-29. (2018) hu
dc.identifier.issn 0354-8724 hu
dc.identifier.uri http://www.dgt.uns.ac.rs/pannonica/papers/volume22_1_2.pdf
dc.identifier.uri http://hdl.handle.net/11155/1664
dc.identifier.uri https://www.scopus.com/record/display.uri?origin=inward&eid=2-s2.0-85044678618
dc.description.abstract Because of the special settlement system in Hungary a municipality can be divided into three parts, the central inner area (core city), other inner areas (incorporated settlements) and outskirts. Because of this system and special settlement network, the process of suburbanisation in Hungary has some unique characteristics. In this paper we examined the spatial structure and social properties of the rural-urban fringe of four Hungarian cities, with emphasise on the other inner areas and the outskirts. The outskirts are mostly scattered or interim habitations within the administrative limits of a city or villagebut these are usually separated from the main built-up areas and almost all of them characterisedremote-rural-like infrastructure and way of life. This spatial structure resulted in the phenomenon ofthe suburbanisation within city limits. Our research aims to examine how it influenced local society andland use pattern in the rural parts of the agglomerations. The used method was based on a questionnaireinvolving 1800 households and census of outskirts plots in the sample area of a middle-sized city in West Hungary. During this process, residents tend to change their living conditions to a more rural one without leaving the municipality, thus areas of former villages and outskirts attracted 55.1% of suburban movement outside of Budapest Agglomeration since 1990. Most of the residents came from the city to rural milieu and their main motivations were low utility costs, gardening opportunities and slow lifestyle. A significant part of them is especially looking for remote-rural-like environment and community, howeverthey want to stay close to the city. A high proportion of migrants have low-income and disadvantages. The repeated expansion of modest houses resulted in a chaotic townscape that is creating conflicts within neighbourhoods. Even villages, incorporated villages and outskirts, which are at the same distance from the city centre, show significant differences in rurality, suburban motivations and society. The rural-urban fringe transformed into a highly complex spatial and social structure during post-socialist transformation, therefore the existing urban and spatial development methods of Hungarian Administration are not able to handle this phenomenon. hu
dc.language angol hu
dc.rights Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial No Derivatives (CC-BY-NC-ND-4.0) Nevezd meg!-Ne add el!-Ne változtasd! hu
dc.subject urbanizáció - Magyarország hu
dc.subject szegregáció hu
dc.subject szuburbanizáció hu
dc.subject agglomeráció - Magyarország hu
dc.subject poszt-szocialista városfejlődés hu
dc.subject poszt-szocialista városok hu
dc.title In the shadow of the city: Demographic processes and emerging conflicts in the rural-urban fringe of the Hungarian agglomerations en
dc.author.mtmtid 10038706
dc.author.affiliation ATO hu
dc.author.affiliation NONRKI hu
dc.identifier.mtmt-recordid 3357828
dc.coverage.mtmt mtmt hu
dc.type.description folyóiratcikk hu
dc.relation.ispartofjournal Geographica Pannonica hu
dc.relation.ispartofjournalissue 1 hu
dc.format.extentvolume 22 hu
dc.description.access szabadon elérhető / Free access hu
dc.format.extentfirstpage 14 hu
dc.format.extentlastpage 29 hu


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