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The global restructuring of world capitalism is so influential that no city or region remains unaffected. In Korea, the multifaceted economic, social, and spatial restructuring could provide an opportunity for the economic growth of some cities, while for others they present a challenge to the...
This article describes a course, Environmental Justice Movement, initiated at the College of Urban and Public Affairs at the University of New Orleans in the spring of 1995. A companion to a course in environmental planning, the course was designed to prepare planning students to engage in the...
Models of participatory or consensual planning based on theories of communicative action and rationality are emerging as an important paradigm for interpretation of the process of planning. Within this framework, Forester (1991) has described planning as "anticipatory analysis" the work of...
This article examines public support for the Remedial Action Plan for the Upper Fox River and Lower Green Bay watershed of Lake Michigan by analyzing the results of a telephone survey. The survey found support for a remedial action plan, measured in both willingness to pay and willingness to...
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