Planning as Persuasive Storytelling

Filename: planning-as-persuasive-storytelling.pdf
ISBN: 0226799638
Release Date: 1996-07-01
Number of pages: 313
Author: James A. Throgmorton
Publisher: University of Chicago Press

Download and read online Planning as Persuasive Storytelling in PDF and EPUB "Planning as Persuasive Storytelling is a revealing look at the world of political conflict surrounding the Commonwealth Edison Company's ambitious nuclear power plant construction program in northern Illinois during the 1980s. Examining the clash between the utility, consumer groups, community-based groups, the Illinois Commerce Commission, and the City of Chicago, Throgmorton argues that planning can best be thought of as a form of persuasive storytelling. A planner's task is to write future-oriented texts that employ language and figures of speech designed to construct constituencies that the planner's vision is both desirable and feasible. Though seeking to persuade, the planner must also remain open to transformation through honest engagement with contending stories. Juxtaposing stories about efforts to construct Chicago's electric future, Planning as Persuasive Storytelling suggests a shift in how we think about planning. In order to account for the fragmented and conflicted nature of contemporary American life and politics, that shift would be away from "science" and the "experts" and toward persuasive storytelling by diverse authors"--Back cover.

The Network Society

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ISBN: 9781135991852
Release Date: 2007-05-07
Number of pages: 347
Author: Louis Albrechts
Publisher: Routledge

Download and read online The Network Society in PDF and EPUB In a clear and rewarding style, Albrechts and Mandelbaum consider the challenges that the new paradigm of the Network Society creates for Urban and Regional Planning. Chapters grouped into five themes discuss theoretical and practical perspectives on the contemporary organization of social, economic, cultural, political and physical spaces. These sections are: models of the Network Society the impact of physical networks such as transport challenges for Planners raised by society’s increased reliance on new technology an examination of local networks including community networks and the possibilities of setting up local networks for disaster recovery a comparison of spatial and policy networks and an exploration of the institutions involved. This book is essential reading for graduate level courses in urban studies, city and regional planning, and urban design. With its clear structure – unitary sections but a diversity of perspectives – the book can be used easily in courses such as Planning Theory, Urban Infrastructure and Public Policy.

Dialogues in Urban and Regional Planning

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ISBN: IND:30000124233572
Release Date: 2005-01-11
Number of pages: 384
Author: Gpean,
Publisher: Routledge

Download and read online Dialogues in Urban and Regional Planning in PDF and EPUB Dialogues in Urban and Regional Planning offers a selection of the best urban planning scholarship from each of the world's planning scholarship communities. The papers presented illustrate the concerns and the discourse of planning scholarship communities and provide a glimpse into planning theory and practice by planning academics around the world. Readers will find this collection valuable in opening new avenues for exploration. This book has been put together by the Global Planning Education Association Network (GPEAN). The nine member associations of GPEAN are: the Association of African Planning Schools (AAPS), the Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning (ACSP) in USA, the Association of Canadian University Planning Programs (ACUPP), the Association of European Schools of Planning (AESOP), the Association of Latin American Schools of Urban Planning (ALEUP), the National Association of Urban and Regional Post graduate and Research Programs (ANPUR)in Brazil, the Australia and New Zealand Association of Planning Schools (ANZAPS), the Association for the Development of Planning Education and Research (APERAU), and the Asian Planning Schools Association (APSA).

International Place Branding Yearbook 2012

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ISBN: 9781137282552
Release Date: 2012-11-20
Number of pages: 266
Author: F. Go
Publisher: Springer

Download and read online International Place Branding Yearbook 2012 in PDF and EPUB This third annual volume of the International Place Branding Yearbook looks at the case for applying brand and marketing strategies to the economic, social, political and cultural development of cities, towns and regions around the world to help them compete in the global, national and local markets. It focuses on sustainability and smart growth.

Evaluation in Planning

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ISBN: 9789401714952
Release Date: 2013-03-09
Number of pages: 384
Author: Nathaniel Lichfield
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

Download and read online Evaluation in Planning in PDF and EPUB This book is the result of a three day workshop on "Evaluation in theory and practice in spatial planning" held in Ramsey Hall, University College London, in September 1996. Some 30 people from 8 different countries attended and 20 papers were presented. The majority of them now form the basis for this book. This occasion was the third on the topic, the two preceding having taken place in Umea in June 1992 and in Bari in 1994. Following these three meetings, we can now say that this small, industrious, international family really enjoy meeting up from time to time at each others places, in the presence of older members and new children, each one presenting his/her own recent experiences. It particularly enjoys exchanging views and arguing about the current state and the future of evaluation in spatial planning (all families have their vices ... ). It is also pleasing to see these experiences and discussions resulting in a book for those who could not attend and for the broader clan in the field. Not long time ago, but ages in the accelerated academic time scale, evaluation in planning established its own role and distinct features as an instrument for helping the decision-making process. Now this role and these features are exposed to major challenges. First, the evolution of planning theory has lead to the conception of new planning paradigms, based on theories of complexity and communicative rationality.

Contemporary Sociology

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ISBN: 00943061
Release Date: 1976
Number of pages: 148
Author: American Sociological Association

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Knowing in Organizations

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ISBN: 076560910X
Release Date: 2003
Number of pages: 272
Author: Davide Nicolini
Publisher: M.E. Sharpe

Download and read online Knowing in Organizations in PDF and EPUB This work explores the relationship among knowing, learning, and practice in the development of organizational knowledge. It explores the implications for intervention growing out of the notion that organizational knowledge cannot be conceived as a mental process residing in members' heads.

Discursive Perspectives in Therapeutic Practice

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ISBN: 9780191625749
Release Date: 2012-04-05
Number of pages: 352
Author: Andy Lock
Publisher: OUP Oxford

Download and read online Discursive Perspectives in Therapeutic Practice in PDF and EPUB For an endeavour that is largely based on conversation it may seem obvious to suggest that psychotherapy is discursive. After all, therapists and clients primarily use talk, or forms of discourse, to accomplish therapeutic aims. However, talk or discourse has usually been seen as secondary to the actual business of therapy - a necessary conduit for exhanging information between therapist and client, but seldom more. Psychotherapy primarily developed by mapping particular experiential domains in ways responsive to human intervention. Only recently though has the role that discourse plays been recognized as a focus in itself for analysis and intervention. Discursive Perspectives in Therapeutic Practice presents an overview of discursive perspectives in therapy, along with an account of their conceptual underpinnings. The book starts by setting out the case for a discursive and relational approach to therapy by justaposing it to the tradition that that leads to the diagnostic approach of the DSM-V and medical psychiatry. It then presents a thorough review of a range of innovative discursive methods, each presented by an authority in their respective area. The book shows how discursive therapies can help people construct a better sense of their world, and move beyond the constraints caused by the cultural preconceptions, opinions, and values the client has about the world. The book makes a unique contribution to the philosophy and psychiatry literature in examining both the philosophical bases of discursive therapy, whilst also showing how discursive perspectives can be applied in real therapeutic situations. The book will be of great value and interest to psychotherapists and psychiatrists wishing to understand, explore, and apply these innovative techniques.

The Institutionalisation of European Spatial Planning

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ISBN: 9781607503477
Release Date: 2008-06-05
Number of pages: 240
Author: B. Waterhout
Publisher: IOS Press

Download and read online The Institutionalisation of European Spatial Planning in PDF and EPUB The Institutionalisation of European Spatial Planning aims to clarify the enterprise of European spatial planning. The emphasis of the book lies on the need for a better understanding of the process of European integration in general. It particularly points at the emerging middle range theories that used concepts that were showing similarity to those that academics –those writing about planning– were accustomed to, such as networks, discourses and governance. The focus of this book is mostly on the post-European Spatial Development Perspective (ESDP)– the Committee of Spatial Development – from 1999 until now. As it is collection of articles, it has a different gestation process and does not tell a story from A to Z. What this book is about, however, is merely the issue concerning the institutional capacity of the ESDP and whether this has evaporated or not. The fact that this book exists at all suggests it has not.


Filename: planning.pdf
ISBN: UOM:39015036268962
Release Date: 1996
Number of pages:

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Proceedings planning for reconstruction transformation

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105112644088
Release Date: 2000
Number of pages: 409
Author: Planning History Study Group (South Africa). Millennium Conference

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Planning Ethics

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ISBN: UOM:39015035736167
Release Date: 1995
Number of pages: 374
Author: Sue Hendler
Publisher: Rutgers Univ Center for Urban

Download and read online Planning Ethics in PDF and EPUB Over the past fifty years professional understanding of planning has changed markedly. In the past, planning was primarily described as a technical activity involving data collection, analysis, and synthesis of physical plans and supporting policies. Now planning is seen as a much broader set of human activities, encompassing the physical world and also the realm of public and social services. Not surprisingly, planners' discussions of ethics have evolved. Professional ethics is regarded by many planners to be limited to a set of rules of behavior regarding interactions with the public, sources of data, government officials, and one another. This shift is symbolized by the evolution of the labels by which ethics is known: from a circumscribed view of professional ethics to a broader concept of ethics in planning; both of which are discussed in this book. Sue Hendler argues that planners recognize that every act of planning pursues certain human values and is a series of statements about what we take to be right or wrong and what we take to represent the highest priorities of the society. Planning Ethics explores planning within alternative moral theories, including liberalism, communitarianism, environmentalism, and feminism. The contributors illustrate the application of these ethical principles in specific planning contexts encompassing community development, land conversion, waste management, electric power planning, and education planning. This is the next generation of thinking on ethics and planning. It will be a centerpiece of every planning curriculum.

Environment and Planning

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ISBN: UOM:39015058895965
Release Date: 2004
Number of pages:

Download and read online Environment and Planning in PDF and EPUB 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.

Network Power in Collaborative Planning

Filename: network-power-in-collaborative-planning.pdf
ISBN: UIUC:30112099232313
Release Date: 2000
Number of pages: 37

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The Town Planning Review

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ISBN: UOM:39015047797009
Release Date: 1999
Number of pages:
Author: Sir Patrick Abercrombie

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