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This article asserts that social movements have their base in the sphere of reproduction of labour power. The increased activities of the state within that area are examined, and it is pointed out that it is primarily the local state which carries out these activities. This in turn results in a...
Planning and participation are concepts which can be interpreted in different ways Traditional planning theory offers mostly subjective- idealistic interpretations These interpretations are not very helpful in answering why ideas, methods, and practices of planning appear as they do A...
This paper describes the housing system in Iceland and relates to results from a 1979 housing survey in the Reykjavik area. Because Icelandic housing policy leaves it largely to individual families to buy or build their homes on their own, it leads to an owner-occupancy rate of over 95 percent...
This article is a brief résumé of a three years' research work on urban social movements A theoretical framework for the analysis of urban social movements is outlined and a methodology for their study is developed. The case of Barcelona is drawn on to illustrate the conclu sions, and to...
The article discusses the increasing disintegration of the traditional agricultural and village structure in Finland owing to changes in the agricultural forces of production and in the relationship between industry and agriculture. The research project Village Study 76 and the 1300 village...
During the last fifteen years many citizen actions and protests against planning issues have occurred. In most cases they have taken place late in the planning process, quite close to the realization of a plan. Forms of action have been used which quickly get publicity and engage new members...
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