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|Title:||Co-Creation of Teenager-Sensitive Public Spaces. The Living Labs of the C3Places Project in Lisbon, Portugal|
|Keywords:||Urban public space;Co-creation;Living lab;Teenagers|
|Publisher:||Cal Poly San Luis Obispo|
|Citation:||Smaniotto Costa, C., Solipa Batista, J., Menezes, M. (2021). Co-Creation of Teenager-Sensitive Public Spaces. The C3Places Project Living Labs in Lisbon, Portugal. Focus, Journal of the City and Regional Planning Department, San Luis Obispo, Ca: Vol. 17: 52-62. Available at: https://planning.calpoly.edu/node/1102/|
|Abstract:||In this paper, the authors discuss the use of public spaces by teenagers in four public parks in Lisbon, as as part of the larger research project under the auspices of the European Union. Using the living labs methodology, the study centered on teenagers as potential co-creators of public spaces through their social and spatial practices, and considers their potential for civic involvement and place making.|
|Appears in Collections:||DM/NBPC - Comunicações a congressos e artigos de revista|
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