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A decision-centred view of environmental planning, by Andreas Faludi

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A decision-centred view of environmental planning
Title
A decision-centred view of environmental planning
Statement of responsibility
by Andreas Faludi
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Language
eng
Summary
Planning theorists are often criticised for being insufficiently concerned with the needs of practitioners. The author of this book takes a view of planning which centres around the decision-making process and offers a theoretical approach which takes practice as its starting point. Building on his earlier important work, Planning Theory (Pergamon URPS 1984, first edition, 1973), this book constitutes a further major advance in planning thought, synthesizing the influence of the British IOR School with the American 'rational planning model'. Going beyond previous 'generic' approaches, the w
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Cataloging source
E7B
Dewey number
333.7
Index
index present
LC call number
HC79.E5
LC item number
.F28 1987eb
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
Series statement
Urban and Regional Planning Series
Series volume
Volume 38
Label
A decision-centred view of environmental planning, by Andreas Faludi
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references at the end of each chapters and index
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  • net
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Front Cover; A Decision-centred View of Environmental Planning; Copyright Page; Dedication; PREFACE; ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS; Table of Contents; PART ONE: Towards a Decision-centred View of Planning; CHAPTER 1. Without Method; 1.1 The Geddesian approach; 1.2 Noble intentions-Noble plans; 1.3 Why method?; Conclusions; References; CHAPTER 2. The ""Chicago School""; 2.1 The context, the personalities, the message; 2.2 Education for Planning: City, State & Regional; 2.3 Politics, Planning, and the Public Interest; Conclusions; References; CHAPTER 3. High Points and Diversions
  • 11.2 Externalities, inequities and opportunities of the ""second order""11.3 The object of environmental planning defined; 11.4 Dealing with markets in decisions; Conclusions; References; CHAPTER 12. Approaches to Environmental Planning; 12.1 The structure of the product in environmental planning; 12.2 Zoning as policy; 12.3 Proto-planning theory A and B; 12.4 Taking sides; Conclusions; References; CHAPTER 13. Flexibility in Zoning; 13.1 Proposals in the Literature; 13.2 Prescriptive versus prescriptive zoning; 13.3 Coping with statutory zoning: the Australian case
  • 3.1 ""A choice theory of planning""3.2 From social science to social engagement; 3.3 The systems and models craze; 3.4 Rational planning?; Conclusions; References; CHAPTER 4. Procedural Planning Theory; 4.1 ""Planning Theory""-concerns and approaches; 4.2 Planning principles; 4.3 Comments and criticism; Conclusions; References; CHAPTER 5. The ""Proceduralist"" versus ''Substantivist'' Controversy; 5.1 The context of the debate; 5.2 The conventional substantivist position; 5.3 The new substantivist challenge; 5.4 An abstract theory; Conclusions; References
  • CHAPTER 6. The Radical Gentlemen from Coventry6.1 Origin and orientation; 6.2 Technology of choice and networks; 6.3 The missing link with academia; References; CHAPTER 7. Parallel Developments; 7.1 The sceptics; 7.2 The humanistic planners; 7.3 Implementation studies; Conclusions; References; CHAPTER 8. The Decision-centred View of Planning; 8.1 Background; 8.2 Reconstruction; 8.3 Implications; 8.4 Planning doctrine; 8.5 Planning methodology is the name of the game; Conclusions; References; PART TWO: Application to Environmental Planning
  • CHAPTER 9. The Institutional Backcloth to the Environment9.1 Views of the environment; 9.2 An institutional view of the environment; 9.3 Too narrow a view?; Conclusions; References; CHAPTER 10. Public Environmental Measures; 10.1 Arguments in the literature; 10.2 The theory underlying; 10.3 The Environment as an Object of Public Intervention; 10.4 Measures, instruments, addresses; Conclusions; References; CHAPTER 11. The Object of Environmental Planning; 11.1 The definition of the decision situation in environmental planning
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ocn899003024
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unknown
Edition
First edition
Extent
1 online resource (255 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781483286488
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
c
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  • (OCoLC)899003024
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