Urban planning [Research Reviews]

Recommended readings (Machine generated): Kevin Lynch and Lloyd Rodwin (1958), 'A Theory of Urban Form', Journal of the American Institute of Planners, 24 (4), 201-14 -- John Muller (1998), 'Paradigms and Planning Practice: Conceptual and Contextual Considerations', International...

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Main Author: Button, Kenneth
Corporate Author: Edward Elgar Publishing
Other Authors: Batey, Peter W. J., Nijkamp, Peter, Levent, Tüzin Baycan
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: Cheltenham, Glos, UK Edward Elgar Pub 2008
Series:Classics in planning
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Collection: Edward Elgar eBooks Archive 1993-2015 - Collection details see MPG.ReNa
Summary:Recommended readings (Machine generated): Kevin Lynch and Lloyd Rodwin (1958), 'A Theory of Urban Form', Journal of the American Institute of Planners, 24 (4), 201-14 -- John Muller (1998), 'Paradigms and Planning Practice: Conceptual and Contextual Considerations', International Planning Studies, 3(3), October, 287-302 -- John Friedmann (1998), 'Planning Theory Revisited', European Planning Studies, 6 (3), June, 245-53 -- John Forester (1999), 'Reflections on the Future Understanding of Planning Practice', International Planning Studies, 4 (2), June, 175-93 -- Stephen Graham and Patsy Healey (1999), 'Relational Concepts of Space and Place: Issues for Planning Theory and Practice', European Planning Studies, 7 (5), 623-46 -- Andreas Faludi (2000), 'The Performance of Spatial Planning', Planning Practice and Research, 15 (4), November, 299-318 -- Lewis Mumford (1954), 'The Neighborhood and the Neighborhood Unit', Town Planning Review, XXIV (4), January, 256-70 --
F. Stuart Chapin, Jr. (1963), 'Taking Stock of Techniques for Shaping Urban Growth', Journal of the American Institute of Planners, 29 (2), May, 76-87 -- A.G. Wilson (1968), 'Models in Urban Planning: A Synoptic Review of Recent Literature', Urban Studies, 5 (3), November, 249-76 -- P.W.J. Batey and M.J. Breheny (1978), 'Methods in Strategic Planning: Part I: A Descriptive Review', Town Planning Review, 49(3), July, 259-73 -- P.W.J. Batey and M.J. Breheny (1978), 'Methods in Strategic Planning: Part II: A Prescriptive Review', Town Planning Review, 49 (4), October, 502-18 -- Cecilia Wong (1998), 'Old Wine in a New Bottle? Planning Methods and Techniques in the 1990s', Planning Practice and Research, 13 (3), August, 221-36 -- Sherry R. Arnstein (1969), 'A Ladder of Citizen Participation', Journal of the American Institute of Planners, 35 (4), July, 216-24 --
With the global expansion of urbanization there is a need to ensure that cities develop in a way that allows all residents to benefit from urban life. This volume contains a collection of classic and more recent papers that provide insight into the problems encountered in urbanization and the ways in which planning has evolved to meet the resultant challenges. It is broad in its coverage, and its content includes both theoretical and applied contributions as well as looking at urban planning issues in the developing as well as the developed world
Alan Turner (1992), 'Urban Planning in the Developing World: Lessons from Experience', Habitat International, 16 (2), 113-26 -- Josef Leitmann, Carl Bartone and Janis Bernstein (1992), 'Environmental Management and Urban Development: Issues and Options for Third World Cities', Environment and Urbanization, 4(2), October, 131-40 -- Alan Gilbert (1992), 'Third World Cities: Housing, Infrastructure and Servicing', Urban Studies, 29 (3-4), May, 435-60 -- Rodney R. White (1994), 'Strategic Decisions for Sustainable Urban Development in the Third World', Third World Planning Review, 16(2), May, 103-16 -- David Drakakis-Smith (1995), 'Third World Cities: Sustainable Urban Development, 1', Urban Studies, 32 (4-5), 659-77 -- Britton Harris (1960), 'Plan or Projection: An Examination of the Use of Models in Planning', Journal of the American Institute of Planners, 26 (4), 265-72 --
Charles L. Choguill (1993), 'Editorial: Sustainable Cities: Urban Policies for the Future', Habitat International, 17 (3), 1-12 -- Stephen Graham and Simon Marvin (1994), 'Telematics and the Convergence of Urban Infrastructure: Implications for Contemporary Cities', Town Planning Review, 65 (3), July, 227-42 -- Peter Hall (1997), 'The Future of the Metropolis and its Form', Regional Studies, 31 (3), 211-20 -- Stephen Graham (1997), 'Telecommunications and the Future of Cities: Debunking the Myths', Cities, 14 (1), February, 21-9 -- Saskia Sassen (2001), 'Impacts of Information Technologies on Urban Economies and Politics', International Journal of Urban and Regional Research, 25 (2), June, 411-18 -- Jorge E. Hardoy and David Satterthwaite (1986), 'Urban Change in the Third World: Are Recent Trends a Useful Pointer to the Urban Future?', Habitat International, 10 (3), 33-52
Sydney H. Williams (1976), 'Citizen Participation in City and Regional Planning: An Effective American Methodology', Town Planning Review, 47 (4), October, 349-58 -- Heather Campbell and Robert Marshall (2000), 'Public Involvement and Planning: Looking Beyond the One to the Many', International Planning Studies, 5 (3), 321-44
Hans Blumenfeld (1955), 'The Economic Base of the Metropolis: Critical Remarks on the "Basic-Nonbasic" Concept', Journal of the American Institute of Planners, 21 (4), Fall, 114-32 -- William Alonso (1970), 'What Are New Towns For?', Urban Studies, 7 (1), 37-55 -- Harry W. Richardson (1972), 'Optimality in City Size, Systems of Cities and Urban Policy: A Sceptic's View', Urban Studies, 9 (1), 29-48 -- Amos Rapoport (1983), 'Environmental Quality, Metropolitan Areas and Traditional Settlements', Habitat International, 7 (3-4), 37-63 -- Peter Gordon and Harry W. Richardson (1997), 'Are Compact Cities a Desirable Planning Goal?', Journal of the American Planning Association, 63 (1), Winter, 95-106 -- Catherine Bauer Wurster (1963), 'The Form and Structure of the Future Urban Complex', in Lowdon Wingo, Jr. (ed) (ed.), Cities and Space: The Future Use of Urban Land, Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University Press for Resources for the Future, 73-101 --
Physical Description:xxi, 564 p
ISBN:9781785367083