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Employment and recruitment practices in planning, as in other white-collar professions, have been affected by fundamental changes in Western economies. Changes during the last five years mean that planning school graduates are likely to face an increasingly competitive jobs market. In this...
In this article, I discuss local planning decision making as a form of public policy making undertaken by the state and involving some degree of public participation. I am interested in communlcative action as a normative basis for participatory decision making of public policy matters....
This article considers how democracy gets done, and undone, at the micro-level of the planning meeting. I use concepts of social performance to frame issues of culture and power that have received limited attention in earlier planning research. Drawing on three brief ethnographic accounts of a...
Historical changes in planning and its theory in the last century show planners and theorists turning away from the physical plan and its image of the city in favor of analytical modes of planning in the 1960s and 1970s and of discursive modes since the 1980s. In this article, I analyze those...
Planning's vision of life in the 21st century tends to be more-of-the-same or the adoption, often implicit, of a market-based information society in which telecommunications advances will restructure time and space in ways that are beneficial in the long run. The future of the future, however,...
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