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The Resource Classic readings in urban planning : an introduction, edited by Jay M. Stein

Classic readings in urban planning : an introduction, edited by Jay M. Stein

Label
Classic readings in urban planning : an introduction
Title
Classic readings in urban planning
Title remainder
an introduction
Statement of responsibility
edited by Jay M. Stein
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
307.1216
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • maps
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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Stein, Jay M
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City planning
Label
Classic readings in urban planning : an introduction, edited by Jay M. Stein
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Advocacy and pluralism in planning
  • Paul Davidoff
  • Dilemmas in a general theory of planning
  • Horst W. J. Rittel and Melvin W. Webber
  • Goals of comprehensive planning
  • Alan Altschuler
  • Planning absorbs zoning
  • Carl Feiss
  • Building the middle-range bridge for comprehensive planning
  • Martin Meyerson
  • Crystallization of the city : the first urban transformation /
  • Understanding American land use regulation since 1970
  • Frank J. Popper
  • Quiet revolution revisited
  • David L. Callies
  • Twentieth century land use planning
  • Edward J. Kaiser and David R. Godschalk
  • Planning through consensus building : a new view of the comprehensive planning ideal
  • Judith Innes
  • Planning in the face of power
  • John Forester
  • Lewis Mumford
  • City as a growth machine : toward a political economy of place
  • Harvey Molotch
  • Entrepreneurial cities and maverick developers
  • Bernard J. Frieden and Lynne B. Sagalyn
  • Applying the private-sector strategic planning in the public sector
  • John M. Bryson and William D. Roering
  • Explaining homelessness
  • Jennifer R. Wolch, Michael Dear, and Andrea Akita
  • Social and physical planning for the elimination of urban poverty
  • Herbert J. Gans
  • Towns, time, and tradition : the legacy of planning in frontier America
  • Accommodating human unsettlement
  • R. Buckmaster Fuller
  • Woman-made America : the case of early public housing policy
  • Eugenie Ladner Birch
  • Autos, transit, and the sprawl of Los Angeles : the 1920s
  • Martin Wachs
  • Urban nature and human design : renewing the great tradition
  • Anne Whiston Spirn
  • American public space
  • J. B. Jackson
  • John W. Reps
  • Green cities, growing cities, just cities? : urban planning and the contradictions of sustainable development
  • Scott Campbell
  • Theory of urban form
  • Kevin Lynch and Lloyd Rodwin
  • Need for concentration
  • Jane Jacobs
  • Planned city
  • Lisa Peattie
  • By way of conclusion
  • Hernando de Soto
  • If planning is everything, maybe it's nothing
  • Selections from Cities in a World Economy
  • Sassen Saskia
  • Crisis of confidence in professional knowledge
  • Donald A. Schön
  • Toward a longer view and higher duty for local planning commissions
  • David J. Allor
  • Why we need a new vision
  • Anthony Downs
  • Aaron Wildavsky
  • Science of muddling through
  • Charles Lindblom
Control code
ocm60588939
Dimensions
24 cm.
Edition
2nd ed.
Extent
viii, 421 p.
Isbn
9781884829918
Lccn
2003115360
Other physical details
ill., maps
System control number
(OCoLC)60588939
Label
Classic readings in urban planning : an introduction, edited by Jay M. Stein
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Advocacy and pluralism in planning
  • Paul Davidoff
  • Dilemmas in a general theory of planning
  • Horst W. J. Rittel and Melvin W. Webber
  • Goals of comprehensive planning
  • Alan Altschuler
  • Planning absorbs zoning
  • Carl Feiss
  • Building the middle-range bridge for comprehensive planning
  • Martin Meyerson
  • Crystallization of the city : the first urban transformation /
  • Understanding American land use regulation since 1970
  • Frank J. Popper
  • Quiet revolution revisited
  • David L. Callies
  • Twentieth century land use planning
  • Edward J. Kaiser and David R. Godschalk
  • Planning through consensus building : a new view of the comprehensive planning ideal
  • Judith Innes
  • Planning in the face of power
  • John Forester
  • Lewis Mumford
  • City as a growth machine : toward a political economy of place
  • Harvey Molotch
  • Entrepreneurial cities and maverick developers
  • Bernard J. Frieden and Lynne B. Sagalyn
  • Applying the private-sector strategic planning in the public sector
  • John M. Bryson and William D. Roering
  • Explaining homelessness
  • Jennifer R. Wolch, Michael Dear, and Andrea Akita
  • Social and physical planning for the elimination of urban poverty
  • Herbert J. Gans
  • Towns, time, and tradition : the legacy of planning in frontier America
  • Accommodating human unsettlement
  • R. Buckmaster Fuller
  • Woman-made America : the case of early public housing policy
  • Eugenie Ladner Birch
  • Autos, transit, and the sprawl of Los Angeles : the 1920s
  • Martin Wachs
  • Urban nature and human design : renewing the great tradition
  • Anne Whiston Spirn
  • American public space
  • J. B. Jackson
  • John W. Reps
  • Green cities, growing cities, just cities? : urban planning and the contradictions of sustainable development
  • Scott Campbell
  • Theory of urban form
  • Kevin Lynch and Lloyd Rodwin
  • Need for concentration
  • Jane Jacobs
  • Planned city
  • Lisa Peattie
  • By way of conclusion
  • Hernando de Soto
  • If planning is everything, maybe it's nothing
  • Selections from Cities in a World Economy
  • Sassen Saskia
  • Crisis of confidence in professional knowledge
  • Donald A. Schön
  • Toward a longer view and higher duty for local planning commissions
  • David J. Allor
  • Why we need a new vision
  • Anthony Downs
  • Aaron Wildavsky
  • Science of muddling through
  • Charles Lindblom
Control code
ocm60588939
Dimensions
24 cm.
Edition
2nd ed.
Extent
viii, 421 p.
Isbn
9781884829918
Lccn
2003115360
Other physical details
ill., maps
System control number
(OCoLC)60588939

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