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Comparative Planning Cultures

Author : Bishwapriya Sanyal
ISBN : 9780415951340
Genre : Architecture
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Bringing together leading planning and urban scholars, and including fascinating international case studies, this unique book investigates urban planning across the world and in different cultures.

Planning Cultures In Europe

Author : Frank Othengrafen
ISBN : 9781351910903
Genre : Political Science
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Bringing together an interdisciplinary team from across the EU, this book connects elements of cultural and planning theories to explain differences and peculiarities among EU member states. A 'culturized planning model' is introduced to consider the 'rules of the game': how culture affects planning practices not only on an explicit 'surface' but also on a 'hidden' implicit level. The model consists of three analytical dimensions: 'planning artifacts', 'planning environment' and 'societal environment'. This book adopts these dimensions to compare planning cultures of different European countries. This sheds light not only on the organizational or institutional structure of planning, but also the influence of deeper cultural values and layers on planning and implementation processes.

Planning And Knowledge

Author : Raco, Mike
ISBN : 9781447345244
Genre : Political Science
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This book uses an international perspective and draws on a wide range of new conceptual and empirical material to examine the sources of conflict and cooperation within the different landscapes of knowledge that are driving contemporary urban change. Based on the premise that historically-established systems of regulation and control are being subject to unprecedented pressures, scholars critically reflect on the changing role of planning and governance in sustainable urban development, looking at how a shift in power relations between expert and local cultures in western planning processes has blurred the traditional boundaries between public, private, and voluntary sectors.

Planning Cultures And Histories

Author : Dominic Stead
ISBN : 9781134885664
Genre : Architecture
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This book addresses the influences of planning cultures and histories on the temporal evolution of planning systems and spatial development. As well as providing an international comparative perspective on these issues, the contributions to the book also engage in a search for new conceptual frameworks and alternative points of view to better understand and explain these differences. The book makes three main academic contributions. First, it catalogues some of the key changes in planning systems and the impact on spatial development patterns. Second, it examines the interrelationship between planning cultures and histories from a path-dependency perspective. Third, it discusses the variations in physical development patterns resulting from different planning cultures and histories. Chapters from different parts of the European continent present evidence at different scales to illustrate these aspects. In all cases, the specific combinations of political, ideological, social, economic and technological factors are important determinants of urban and regional planning trajectories as well as spatial development patterns. This book was previously published as a special issue of European Planning Studies.

Comparative Government And Cultures

Author : Universal Reference System
ISBN : STANFORD:36105117186911
Genre : Bibliography of bibliographies
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Inappropriate Appropriations Of Planning Ideas Informalizing The Formal And Localizing The Global

Author : Sanjeev Vidyarthi
ISBN : UOM:39015082530018
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Urban Visions

Author : Carmen Díez-Medina
ISBN : 9783319590479
Genre : Political Science
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This book is a useful reference in the field of urbanism. It explains how the contemporary city and landscape have been shaped by certain twentieth century visions that have carried over into the twenty-first century. Aimed at both students and professionals, this collection of essays on diverse subjects and cases does not attempt to establish universal interpretations; it rather highlights some outstanding episodes that help us understand why the planning culture has given way to other forms of urbanism, from urban design to strategic urbanism or landscape urbanism. Compared with global interpretations of urbanism based on socioeconomic history or architectural historiography, Urban Visions. From Planning Culture to Landscape Urbanism, aims to present the discipline couched in international contemporary debate and adopt a historic and comparative perspective. The book’s contents pertain equally to other related disciplines, such as architecture, urban history, urban design, landscape architecture and geography. Foreword by Rafael Moneo.

Urbanism

Author : Joe Nasr
ISBN : UOM:39015056311445
Genre : Architecture
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The Journal Of Comparative Cultures

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ISBN : UIUC:30112049597252
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Spatial Planning Systems And Practices In Europe

Author : Mario Reimer
ISBN : 9781317919100
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Ideal for students and practitioners working in spatial planning, the Europeanization of planning agendas and regional policy in general Spatial Planning Systems and Practices in Europe develops a systematic methodological framework to analyze changes in planning systems throughout Europe. The main aim of the book is to delineate the coexistence of continuity and change and of convergence and divergence with regard to planning practices across Europe. Based on the work of experts on spatial planning from twelve European countries the authors underline the specific and context-dependent variety and disparateness of planning transformation, focusing on the main objectives of the changes, the driving forces behind them and the main phases and turning points, the main agenda setting actors, and the different planning modes and tools reflected in the different "policy and planning styles". Along with a methodological framework the book includes twelve country case studies and the comparative conclusions covering a variety of planning systems of EU member states. According to the four "ideal types" of planning systems identified in the EU Compendium, at least two countries have been selected from each of the four different planning traditions: regional-economic (France, Germany), Urbanism (Greece, Italy), comprehensive/integrated (Denmark ,Finland, Netherlands, Germany), "land use planning" (UK, Czech Republic, Belgium/Flanders), along with two additional case studies focusing on the recent developments in eastern European countries by looking at Poland and in southern Europe looking at Turkey.

Environment And Planning

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ISBN : NWU:35556021958814
Genre : Architectural design
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Journal of urban planning and design. Publishes research in the application of formal methods, methods models, and theories to spatial problems involving the built environment and the spatial structure of cities and regions. Includes the application of computers to planning and design, in particular the use of shape grammars, artificial intelligence, and morphological methods to buildings and towns, the use of multimedia and GIS in urban and regional planning, and the development of ideas concerning the virtual city.

Comparative Social Problems

Author : Shmuel Noah Eisenstadt
ISBN : UOM:39015051167941
Genre : Social problems
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Environment Planning A

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ISBN : UCLA:L0104472766
Genre : City planning
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Geographia Polonica

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ISBN : IND:30000125149421
Genre : Geography
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Arte Polis 3 International Conference

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ISBN : UCBK:C079321059
Genre : Architecture
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A Comparative Cultures Approach To The Teaching Of Vocational And Citizenship Education In Secondary Schools

Author : Dale L. Brubaker
ISBN : MSU:31293102413618
Genre : Citizenship
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Dissertation Abstracts International

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105123430006
Genre : Dissertations, Academic
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Comparing Nations And Cultures

Author : Alex Inkeles
ISBN : STANFORD:36105017073680
Genre : Social Science
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This collection of readings serves as a broad introduction to comparative research in the social sciences — stressing mainly work in sociology, but also representing anthropology, political science, and other disciplines. The articles were chosen for readability, but also represent the best work in the field. Presents comparative research on topics ranging from stratification, women and gender issues, politics, to attitudes and values. Represents many different styles of work — from qualitative to statistical, from two-nation comparisons to multi-country analyses, from the analytic to the advocacy mode, from conservative to radical.

Caps Newsletter

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ISBN : IND:30000053764316
Genre : Asia
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Environment Planning

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ISBN : UCLA:L0106138167
Genre : City planning
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