Planning and conflict : critical perspectives on contentious urban developments / edited by Enrico Gualini
- Additional Titles:
- Planning, conflict
- New York : Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2015.
- Physical Description:
- xix, 316 pages ; 24 cm.
- Additional Creators:
- Gualini, Enrico
- RTPI library series
- Machine generated contents note: pt. I INTRODUCTION TO THE VOLUME -- 1.Conflict in the City: Democratic, Emancipatory---and Transformative? In Search of the Political in Planning Conflicts / Enrico Gualini -- 2.Space, Politics and Conflicts: A Review of Contemporary Debates in Urban Research and Planning Theory / Irene Bianchi -- pt. II DYNAMICS OF CONTENTION AND COLLECTIVE MOBILIZATION IN PLANNING CONFLICTS -- Introduction / Enrico Gualini -- 3.What Makes a Protest (Not) Happen? The Fragmented Landscape of Post-Political Conflict Culture / Luis Del Romero Renau -- 4.Urban Planning Without Conflicts? Observations on the Nature of and Conditions for Urban Contestation in the Case of Milan / Gabriele Pasqui -- 5.A Muddled Landscape of Conflicts: What We Can Learn about Planning/Conflict Relationships from the Story of Tor Marancia, Rome, and Its Unexpected Shift / Giacomina Di Salvo -- pt. III KNOWLEDGE, POWER AND HEGEMONY: EXPLORING THE GOVERNMENTALITY OF PLANNING CONFLICTS -- Introduction / Enrico Gualini -- 6.Conflict in the Face of Planning? Power, Knowledge and Hegemony in Planning Practice / Donald Leffers -- 7.Planners Amid the Storm: Planning and Politics in the Contested Metropolitan Area of Jerusalem / Jonathan Rokem -- 8.Problem Spaces, Problem Subjects: Contesting Policies in a Shrinking City / Margo Huxley -- 9.Mediating Stuttgart 21: The Struggle for Reconstructing Local Democracy Between Agonistic and Deliberative Practices / Enrico Gualini -- pt. IV INTERPRETIVE POLICY ANALYSIS AND DELIBERATIVE APPROACHES TO PLANNING CONFLICTS -- Introduction / Enrico Gualini -- 10.Negotiation as an Interpretive Tool of Conflict Transformation in Deliberative Situations: Learning from the French `Public Debate' on the Extension of the Highway La Francilienne / Sophie Allain -- 11.Large Infrastructures and Conflicts: Searching for `Boundary Objects'---Reflections from Italian Experiences / Paola Pucci -- 12.Planning Through Emotions: Political Lessons from the Controversy Between `Fat Cats' and `Stupid Activists' over Rebuilding Brno Railroad Station / Anna Durnova -- 13.Develop Stories, Develop Communities: Narrative Practice to Analyze and Engage in Urban Conflict / Nanke Verloo.
- "Planning/Conflict discusses the reasons behind, and models the shape of conflicts around urban developments in contemporary cities. It offers an interdisciplinary framework for scholars to engage with the issue of planning conflicts, focusing on both empirical and theoretical inquiry. By creating a model for planners to engage conflicts, and not simply mediate or avoid them, Planning/Conflict provides a theoretically informed look forward to the future of engaged, responsive city development that involves all its stakeholders"--
- 9780415835848 (hardback)
- Bibliography Note:
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
- Source of Acquisition:
- Purchased with funds from the Renee Cohen Friedman and Robert S. Friedman Libraries Endowment; 2014
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