Kulturel byudvikling i Køge Kyst

Christian Emil Kjerrman, Gress Mose, Julie Mette-Marie, Nadia Liva Hein & Dennis Hansen

Studenteropgave: Semesterprojekt


The present project is a case study of Køge Kyst and it revolves around the concept of cultural planning. Through interviews, observation and document analysis it is investigated how cultural planning is employed and how those who are involved in the process of cultural planning may experience different challenges in connection to their role in the planning process. The empirical data is analyzed by using both cultural planning theory and communicative and reflexive planning theory. The conclusion states that the planning executed by Køge Kyst overall focuses on culture in a broad perspective, in which participants are being perceived as a cultural resource in the process of planning. As a result, Køge Kyst achieves planning that provides a foundation for participation and dialogue, which enables a democratic process. Furthermore, it is also concluded that the participants experience the planning process differently and that the type of challenges they encounter during their role in the planning process are significantly dependent on their backgrounds and experiences.

UddannelserPlan, By og Proces, (Bachelor/kandidatuddannelse) Bachelor el. kandidat
Udgivelsesdato16 jan. 2014
VejledereMajken Toftager Larsen


  • Richard Florida
  • Lia Ghilardi
  • Cultural Planning Theory
  • Pierre Bourdieu
  • Communicative Planning Theory
  • Reflexive Planning Theory
  • Koege Kyst
  • Charles Landry