Publicity for New Drugs

I. W. B. Grant
1969 BMJ (Clinical Research Edition)  
At the beginning of the 19 century, in parallel with the beginning of the westernization and the th capitalization of the Ottoman Empire, the urban population has started to increase and the structures of cities have started to transform in Turkey. Currently from where we stand, we might comment that the squares, parks, infrastructures, which create the public spaces in our cities, are being shaped in the direction of a marketing policy; cities are becoming artificial, non-living, unsustainable
more » ... ving, unsustainable physical spaces without public spaces by starting to lose their livability and publicity. Cities and city centers are the visible points where the pressure of globalization is mostly felt and where the authority, as the "organizer" and the "disciplinarian," transforms and is transformed rapidly. Competition projects selected with aims for a democratic structure, for presenting various ideas rather than a single pressure and introducing a more participative medium, after the period they are implemented, face difficulties in connecting to daily life and they establish a basis for urban spaces that only seem like public spaces. In this context, "Spaces of per say publicity" which appeared due to the breakpoint in 2000's, emerge as cases which are not similar to such a doctrine. Spaces of resistance shown at 2013 / Taksim-Gezi Park and 2011 / Madrid Puerto del Sol Square are the best indicators of this discussion.
doi:10.1136/bmj.3.5663.174 fatcat:t5uy7aydpvgghp2egxffbdup6a