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Planning arguments are characteristi cally expressed as stories. As they both tell and manage these stories, planners maintain and redesign com munities. The essay describes five management (and hence design) modes for dealing with narrative conflicts. It focuses particularly on the fifth...
In recent years, American cities have initiated light rail transit (LRT) plan ning and implementation because of its affordability, technological feasi bility, and environmental benefits. In spite of these alleged advantages, LRT planning has confronted the same obstacles faced by other major...
The presence of homelessness for a dec ade and predictions of a growing prob lem suggest that it is less insightful to examine the phenomena as an anomaly than to analyze it as an aspect of post modern society. This article contributes to the project of recontextualizing home lessness by...
The use of discourse theory as a tool for critical analysis has been ex plored by several planning theorists. Two understandings of discourse can be identified in planning literature: the understanding derived from Ha bermas's critical theory which has been adapted for planners by John Forester,...
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