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Profession of City Planning Changes, Images and Challenges, 1950-2000

ISBN-10: 0882851659

ISBN-13: 9780882851655

Edition: 2000

Authors: Lloyd Rodwin, Bishwapriya Sanyal

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List price: $47.95
Copyright year: 2000
Publisher: Routledge
Publication date: 1/15/2000
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 418
Size: 6.00" wide x 8.75" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 1.628

Bishwapriya Sanyal is Ford International Professor of Urban Development and Planning at MIT.

Preface
Overview
Images and Paths of Change in Economics, Political Science, Philosophy, Literature, and City Planning, 1950-2000
Images of City-Planning Practice
Planning Shapes Urban Growth and Development
Challenge and Creativity in Post-Modern Planning
Merging Place-Making and Process in Local Practice
City Planning in Small and Medium-Size Cities
Notes on Planning Practice and Education
Planning Practice in America's Largest Cities
Town Planning: Limits to Reflection-in-Action
Planning Education for an Expanding Civic Sector
Nonprofits: New Settings for City Planners
Looking Back, Looking Forward
Equity Planning: Problems and Roles
The Planning Profession and Reform
Images of City-Planning Practice
How City-Planning Practices Affect Metropolitan-Area Housing Markets, and Vice Versa
Education for Transportation Planning in a New Century
Urban Transportation Planning
U.S. Urban Environmental Planning
Environmental Planning: The Changing Demands of Effective Practice
Economic Base Studies for Urban and Regional Planning
Changes in Theorizing and Planning Urban Economic Growth
Further Notes on Changes in Theorizing
The Public Image and the Leadership Role of the Profession
The Planner as Urban Designer: Reforming Planning Education in the New Millennium
Where Have All the Planners Gone?
Where Are the Planners?
Urban Design for Urban Development
The Public's Image of the Profession
Do Americans Like City Planning?
City Planning Since Jane Jacobs
What About the Future?
Planning Practice and Planning Education
Why Planning Theory? Educating Citizens, Recognizing Differences, Mediating Deliberations
Planning As Craft and As Philosophy
Reflections and Research on the U.S. Experience
Implications for Planners of Race, Inequality, and a Persistent "Color Line"
Racism and Deliberative Democracy
Planning's Three Challenges
Appendices
Chapter Endnotes
Bibliography
Contributors
Acknowledgments
Index