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Belle Vernon Urban Planning By Thomas Kielbasinski
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Belle Vernon Urban Planning By Thomas Kielbasinski
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The History of Urban Planning and Cities By Donald Chiarella
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A primer for the modern Urban Planner or city manager from a historical perspective of global cities.
The History of Urban Planning and Cities By Donald Chiarella
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A primer for the modern Urban Planner or city manager from a historical perspective of global cities.
Hands On Guide: Urban Planning & Housing By Prakash Apte
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This book is intended to serve as a guide to public spirited men and women, students and professionals who may want to participate effectively in the planning of their cities, environs and habitat.... More > The book provides guidelines for the planning of regions, cities, projects for habitat and project evaluation of planning proposals. It provides food for thought to the state legislators, guidelines to the policy makers and lessons to the enforcement agencies in resolving issues with equity. It hopes to demonstrate to the reader, through examples, how these issues have been handled by the author during his 52 years of experience in regional and city planning and urban development. The author’s considerable experience as consultant with organizations like the World Bank, HUDCO, City & Industrial Development Corporation of Maharashtra, Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority, and many government and non-government committees dealing with urban issues is reflected in the content of this book.< Less
Sustainable Urbanism as Natural Urbanism By Daniel Schwab
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Sustainable Urbanism is purportedly about creating a new relationship between humans and nature. Yet the definition of nature and its relationship to humans is weakly developed in Sustainable... More > Urbanist discourse, leading to simplistic recommendations for their integration. Ecopsychology offers a more detailed and nuanced exposition of the human-nature relationship in terms of the experience of the natural. Andy Fisher’s “radical ecopsychology” enumerates four tasks for overcoming the alienation of humans from nature: a psychological, a philosophical, a practical and a critical task. Using Fisher’s framework, the project of Sustainable Urbanism is examined. .< Less
Critical Planning Volume 21 By Critical Planning
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Critical Planning is the student-run journal of UCLA's Department of Urban Planning. The journal attracts submissions from scholars, graduate students, and practitioners from across disciplinary... More > boundaries and from around the world. Through the publication of a variety of formats, including photo essays, fictional narratives, visual art, op-eds, as well as original academic research, we hope to depart from the traditional hierarchy of academic journals, and collapse the hapless divide between the University and the public.< Less
Critical Planning Volume 20 By Critical Planning
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The Critical Planning Journal began in 1993 as a forum for the urban studies and planning communities to debate current issues, showcase emerging research, and propose new ideas concerning cities and... More > regions. The journal attracts submissions from scholars, graduate students, and practitioners from across disciplinary boundaries and from around the world. Through our double-blind peer-review process, Critical Planning identifies and publishes insightful scholarly research with a critical approach. As one of the cores of intellectual life in the Urban Planning Department, the journal provides a convivial space for rigorous debate. Our public programs—including lectures, exhibitions, film screenings, and symposia—extend this work to audiences in Los Angeles and beyond. Critical Planning reaches an international subscriber base of urban planning scholars, students, practitioners, libraries, bookstores, and enthusiasts.< Less