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Research on Cultural Experience Landscape Design of Mining Parks under the Perspective of Inclusive Landscape

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DOI: 10.23977/jsoce.2023.051020 | Downloads: 41 | Views: 312


Zhou Jia 1, Kim Soo-bong 2


1 Maanshan Teacher's College, Ma'anshan, Anhui, China
2 Keimyung University, Daegu City, South Korea

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Zhou Jia


Mining park is a landscape with multiple dimensions, involving both the re-planning of urban space and the preservation and transmission of cultural heritage. This kind of landscape design should not only consider the development needs of the city, but also pay attention to the inheritance of history and culture and the preservation of the ecological environment. Under the perspective of inclusive landscape, we will focus on how to incorporate multicultural elements into the cultural experience landscape design of the mine park to meet the needs of different people and create an inclusive public space. In this study, we will explore the strategy of cultural experience landscape design in mine parks under the perspective of inclusive landscape.


Inclusive landscapes; mining parks; culturally experiential landscapes; design strategies


Zhou Jia, Kim Soo-bong, Research on Cultural Experience Landscape Design of Mining Parks under the Perspective of Inclusive Landscape. Journal of Sociology and Ethnology (2023) Vol. 5: 144-147. DOI:


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