Comparative planning cultures / edited by Bishwapriya Sanyal.
Contributor(s): Sanyal, Bishwapriya.Material type: TextPublisher: New York Routledge 2005Description: xxiv, 415 s. ill.ISBN: 9780415951357 (pb); 978-0-415-95134-0 (hb); 0-415-95134-8 (hb : alk. paper); 0-415-95135-6 (pb : alk. paper).Subject(s): Regional planning -- Cross-cultural studies | City planning -- Cross-cultural studies | Social policy -- Cross-cultural studies | Central planning -- Cross-cultural studies | Popular culture - Study and teaching; Culture - Study and teaching | Social policy | Planning -- Methodology | City planning | Planeringsmetoder | Kulturstudier | Samhällsplanering | Fysisk planering | Socialpolitik | planning | cultural behaviour | case studies | worldDDC classification: 307.1/2 Other classification: Oh | Oa | 307 | Odg
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Includes bibliographical references and index
Hybrid planning cultures: and the search for the global cultural commons / Bishwapriya Sanyal -- Planning cultures in an era of transition / John Friedmann -- Space of flows, space of places: materials for a theory of urbanism in the information age / Manuel Castells -- Planning culture in Iran: centralization and decentralization and local governance in the twentieth century / Kian Tajbakhsh -- Modernity confronts tradition: the professional planner and local corporatism in the rebuilding of China's cities / Michael Leaf -- Planning cultures in two Chinese transitional cities: Hong Kong and Shenzhen / Mee Kam Ng -- Understanding planning cultures: the Kolkata paradox / Tridip Banerjee -- Does planning culture matter? Dutch and American models in Indonesian urban transformations / Robert Cowherd -- Planning for Mexico City: contending planning cultures and the urban built environment in Mexico City / Diane E. Davis -- The developmental state and the extreme narrowness of the public realm: the 20th century evolution of Japanese planning culture / André Soreneon -- The nature of difference: traditions of law and government and their effects on planning in Britain and France / Philip Booth -- The Netherlands: a culture with a soft spot for planning / Andreas Faludi -- Picking the paradoxes: an historical -- anatomy of Australian planning cultures / Leonie Sandercock -- US planning culture under pressure: major elements endure and flourish in the face of crises / Eugenie L. Birch