Cities for citizens : planning and the rise of civil society in a global age / edited by Mike Douglass and John Friedmann.
Contributor(s): Douglass, Mike | Friedmann, John.Material type: BookCall no.: HT166 .C54 1998Publication: Chichester, England : John Wiley &Sons, 1998Description: vi, 302 pages : illustrations, maps.ISBN: 047197708X; 9780471977087; 0471977098; 9780471977094.Subject(s): City planning -- Citizen participation | Civil society
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 278-298) and index.
Planning and civil society in the twenty-first century : an introduction / Peter Marris -- The new political economy of planning : the rise of civil society / John Friedmann -- Learning democratic practice : distributing government resources through popular participation in Porto Alegre, Brazil / Rebecca Abers -- Urban policy responses to foreign in-migration : the case of Frankfurt-am-Main / John Friedmann and Ute Lehrer -- Greening the Polis or policing ecology? Local environmental politics and urban civil society in Los Angeles / Roger Keil -- World city formation on the Asia Pacific rim : poverty, "everyday" forms of civil society and environmental management / Mike Douglass -- Local environmental conflicts in Latin America : changing State-civil society relations in Chile / Francisco Sabatini -- The death of modernist planning : radical praxis for a postmodern age / Leonie Sandercock -- Empowering civil society : Habermas, Foucault and the question of conflict / Bent Flyvbjerg -- Rationality, dialogue and learning : what community and environmental mediators can teach us about the practice of civil society / John Forester -- Civil/Uncivil society : confusing form with content / Janet Abu-Lughod -- Civil society : three ways into a problem / Michael Stoper -- Convivial cities / Lisa Peattie.
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