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Dialogical planning in a fragmented society : critically liberal, pragmatic, incremental / Thomas L. Harper, Stanley M. Stein.

By: Harper, Thomas L.
Contributor(s): Stein, Stanley M.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookCall no.: HT166 .H377 2012Publication: New Brunswick, N.J. : Transaction Publishers, 2012Description: xxii, 350 p.Notes: Reprint. Originally published: c2006.ISBN: 9780882851792; 0882851799.Subject(s): City planning -- Philosophy
Contents:
1. The crisis in modernist planning -- 2. Modernistic ("rational") planning -- 3. Two responses to modernism : postmodernism or neopragmatism -- 4. Out of the postmodern abyss : postmodernist themes -- 5. Classical liberalism and planning -- 6. A critical liberal perspective -- 7. Pragmatic incrementalist planning -- 8. A dialogical planning approach -- 9. A dialogical planning approach : critiques and questions -- 10. Dialogical planning in practice -- 11. The search for clear categories and universal principles -- 12. The radical paradigm shift -- 13. The multicultural trap (relativism) -- 14. The rejection of theory -- 15. Power, trust, and planning -- 16. Conclusion : key strengths of dialogical planning.
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Reprint. Originally published: c2006.

1. The crisis in modernist planning -- 2. Modernistic ("rational") planning -- 3. Two responses to modernism : postmodernism or neopragmatism -- 4. Out of the postmodern abyss : postmodernist themes -- 5. Classical liberalism and planning -- 6. A critical liberal perspective -- 7. Pragmatic incrementalist planning -- 8. A dialogical planning approach -- 9. A dialogical planning approach : critiques and questions -- 10. Dialogical planning in practice -- 11. The search for clear categories and universal principles -- 12. The radical paradigm shift -- 13. The multicultural trap (relativism) -- 14. The rejection of theory -- 15. Power, trust, and planning -- 16. Conclusion : key strengths of dialogical planning.

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