Evaluating Theory-Practice and Urban-Rural Interplay in Planning

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This interdisciplinary volume explores the evaluation of theory-practice and growth-conservation interactions in planning. Over the past years traditional evaluation methods have disregarded various aspects in decision-making, such as uncertain value conflicts, ecological imperative use of non-expert knowledge, and citizen participation. This volume presents an incentive to examine the evaluation methods used by means of a number of chapters on case studies.
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Overview

This interdisciplinary volume explores the evaluation of theory-practice and growth-conservation interactions in planning. Over the past years traditional evaluation methods have disregarded various aspects in decision-making, such as uncertain value conflicts, ecological imperative use of non-expert knowledge, and citizen participation. This volume presents an incentive to examine the evaluation methods used by means of a number of chapters on case studies.
Audience: This book will be of interest to scientists, researchers and practitioners in urban, regional and strategic planning, urban and social history, social geography, public administration and policy sciences.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9789401062978
  • Publisher: Springer Netherlands
  • Publication date: 12/31/2013
  • Series: GeoJournal Library Series
  • Edition description: Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1997
  • Pages: 245
  • Product dimensions: 6.14 (w) x 9.21 (h) x 0.58 (d)

Table of Contents

Introduction. Part I: Theory and Methods. 1. Evaluating Communicative Planning; A. Faludi, W. Korthals Altes. 2. On the Role of Will-Shaping in Planning Evaluation; H. Voogd. 3. Integrating Environmental Assessment with Development Planning; N. Lichfield. 4. Evaluation in Environmental Conservation Planning; L.F. Girard. 5. Evaluating Sustainability: Three Paradigms; S. Macchi, E. Scandurra. 6. Ecology, Landscape Ecology, Environmental Evaluation and Planning; V. Ingegnoli. Part II: Practice. 7. Beyond Dialogue to Transformative Learning: How Deliberative Rituals Encourage Political Judgment in Community Planning Processes; J. Forester. 8. Assessing the Political Dimension of Structure Planning Process; A. Khakee. 9. Evaluation of Qualities in Spatial Planning Processes; R. Roscelli. 10. Problems of Urban Land-Use and Transportation Planning: Cognition and Evaluation Models; A. Barbanente, et al. 11. Criteria for Choice and Evaluation Procedures: The Case of Urban Transport Infrastructures; D. Caiulo, et al. Part III: Environmental Policies and Urban/Rural Interplay. 12. Environmental Considerations in Minerals Planning: Theory Versus Practice; S. Davoudi. 13. Operationalizing Environmental Consideration in the British Planning System; P. Healey, T. Shaw. 14. Landscape Evaluation and Planning in the Veneto Region; G. Franceschetti, T. Tempesta. 15. Evaluating Functions in Urban-Rural Areas; G. de Fano, G. Grittani. 16. A Method for the Evaluation of a Large Area: The Case of Central Apulia System; S. Carbonara. 17. Planning in Urbanized Areas under Natural Risk; F. Gentile, et al.
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