Influence of economy in  modern civilizations The use of economy as motor in The development of cities, suburbs and center...
Lesser   and   Lesser  people produce  more and more  products. More and More  products can be produced economically, whic...
History and Course of (impending) of collapse Missionary / Atheism – Nationalism / Capitalism – Democracy& Socialism   Ind...
w  1 Horizontal Development organic and nature oriented slower production and low rate of failures RURAL CULTURE h  1 DEVE...
w  1 w  n   Vertical Development inorganic and technological oriented faster production but high rate of failures URBAN CU...
foreign influence through and  the western educated elite Developments in the PAST, PRESENT and the FUTURE vision economic...
FEEDBACK ? ! ORGANIZATION IN RURAL / URBAN AREAS ? ! Based on abstract western culture Based on Traditional Culture ORGANI...
Maintenance of natural & traditional structure Organization system in overeducated structures and in semi- Urban areas wit...
THE CULTURE MODEL  Chances of Development ? TIME traditional culture modern civilization . rural area urban area ARTS SOCI...
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Influence of Economy on Modern Civilization

  1. 1. Influence of economy in modern civilizations The use of economy as motor in The development of cities, suburbs and centers leads in Shortest period of time to loss of character and identity as well as to destruction of resources. The city as a result of growing structures and permanent adjustment within the cultural inter-action.
  2. 2. Lesser and Lesser people produce more and more products. More and More products can be produced economically, which reduces the variety and leads to monotony of production. In order to counter the increasing monotony, even more faster and resource-eating production methods need to be developed. History and Course of (impending) collapse 4 2 1 Fusion Concentration Explosion influence of economy in cultural life self destruction of economy time factor volume
  3. 3. History and Course of (impending) of collapse Missionary / Atheism – Nationalism / Capitalism – Democracy& Socialism Industrialization & Globalization Two Sides of One Medal Urban Culture Traditional Culture Productivity No. Employees Marketing Prices Urbanization Resource Reduction Loss of traditional culture Loss of work & income socialism capitalism Industrial mass production Technology, Economy and- Consume Orientation Environment and Resource Reduction
  4. 4. w 1 Horizontal Development organic and nature oriented slower production and low rate of failures RURAL CULTURE h 1 DEVELOPMENT IN TRADITIONAL CULTURE (Methodology)
  5. 5. w 1 w n Vertical Development inorganic and technological oriented faster production but high rate of failures URBAN CULTURE h 1 h n DEVELOPMENT IN URBAN CULTURE (Methodology)
  6. 6. foreign influence through and the western educated elite Developments in the PAST, PRESENT and the FUTURE vision economic influences resources are used to develop foreign economy social structure loss of resources reduces quality of traditional lifestyle time is money – money is time money is time – time is money 1855… 2005 PAST FUTURE INDUSTRIALIZATION early industrialized countries GLOBALIZATION late industrialized countries time instead of money
  7. 7. FEEDBACK ? ! ORGANIZATION IN RURAL / URBAN AREAS ? ! Based on abstract western culture Based on Traditional Culture ORGANIZATION IN RURAL / URBAN AREAS
  8. 8. Maintenance of natural & traditional structure Organization system in overeducated structures and in semi- Urban areas with high costs, production without sense, con- fusion, mismanagement and entertainment Mass production, Mismanagement of Nature & environment ORGANIZATION & PRODUCTION in DIFFERENT AREAS
  9. 9. THE CULTURE MODEL Chances of Development ? TIME traditional culture modern civilization . rural area urban area ARTS SOCIETY/ EDUCATION POLITIC & LAW PHILOSOPHY / RELIGION SCIENCE / TECHNOLOGY TRADE & ECONOMY CULTURE AKUM & FONS PALACE HUTS MARKET FOREST FIELDS MASTERPLAN TOWN- & COUNTRY PLANNING HOUSING INFRASTRUCTURE roads-places-canals-electricity drinking water-sewerage HOUSING residences-homes RECREATION meadows-parks-places for sport-pools AGRICULTURE farming-fishing TRAFFIC railways-airports-harbour INDUSTRIAL AREA manufacturing-production COMMERCIAL AREA offices-markets-shops-shopping centres CIVIC-& PUBLIC AFFAIRS government- administration-hospitals-nurseries BUILDINGS FOR RELIGION-CULTURE-EDUCATION-RESEARCH-CULTURE INCOME COSTS POPULATION TIME

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