Deliberative Practitioner Encouraging Participatory Planning Processes
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Description: Working from the accounts of practitioners in urban and rural settings, Forester shows how skillful deliberative practices can facilitate practical and timely participatory planning processes.
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Copyright year: 1999
Publisher: MIT Press
Publication date: 10/12/1999
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 0.75" tall
|Introduction: Renewing Planning Practice by Fostering Public Deliberations in an Adversarial World|
|Deliberative Practice Reconciles Pragmatism and Vision|
|Listen to Stories, Learn in Practice: The Priority of Practical Judgment|
|Rationality, Emotional Sensitivity, and Moral Vision in Daily Planning Practice|
|Consensus Building and Mutual Recognition Create Deliberative Opportunities|
|Challenges of Meditation and Deliberation in the Design Professions|
|Recognition and Opportunities for Deliberation in the Face of Conflict|
|Deliberative Practice Creates Public Value|
|Beyond Dialogue to Transformative Learning: How Deliberative Rituals Encourage Political Judgment in Community Planning Processes|
|The Promise of Activist Mediation in Planning and Public Management|
|Participatory Planning Can Transform Public Disputes|
|On Not Leaving Your Pain at the Door: Political Deliberation, Critical Pragmatism, and Traumatic Histories|
|On the Ethics of Planning: What Profiles of Planners Can Teach Us About Practical Judgment and Moral Improvisation|