Reviving critical planning theory : dealing with pressure, neo-liberalism, and responsibility in communicative planning/Series: The RTPI library series Published by : Routledge (London) Physical details: xxix, 328 p. ill. 24 cm ISBN:9780415686686 (pbk.); 9780415686679 (hbk.); 0415686687 (pbk.); 0415686679 (hbk.).
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Legitimizing communicative planning -- The logic of critical communicative planning : transaction cost alteration -- Activist modes of planning: a systematic overview -- Activist communicative planning : hybrids of dialogue and strategy -- Neo-liberal policies in urban planning -- Conflicting values of communicative planning theory and new public management -- A strategy for examining whether communicative planning is serving neo-liberalism -- Responsibility for the end-use of theory -- Responsibility for inclusive deliberation in planning : struggling with deep difference -- Responsible decisions in teaching and academic life