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Policy, planning, and people : promoting justice in urban development / edited by Naomi Carmon and Susan S. Fainstein
Alternate Title Promoting justice in urban development
1st ed
Philadelphia : University of Pennsylvania Press, ©2013
book jacket
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 3rd Floor  HT167 .P64 2013    AVAILABLE
Subject(s) Urban policy -- United States
City planning -- United States
Urban policy
City planning
Physical Description ix, 404 p. : ill. ; 23 cm
Note Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents The profession of urban planning and its societal mandate / Naomi Carmon -- Restoring just outcomes to planning concerns / Norman Fainstein and Susan S. Fainstein -- Environmental equity: is it a viable city planning goal? / Eran Feitelson -- From socialism to capitalism: the social outcomes of the restructuring of cities / Iván Tosics -- The past, present, and future of professional ethics in planning / Martin Wachs -- Toward an equity-oriented planning practice in the United States / Norman Krumholz -- Urban transportation and social equity: transportation-planning paradigms that impede policy reform / Jonathan Levine -- Social equity in the network society: implications for communities / Penny Gurstein -- The center-periphery dilemma: spatial equality and regional development / Daniel Shefer and Amnon Frenkel -- Planning and poverty: an uneasy relationship / Michael B. Teitz and Karen Chapple -- The city as a local welfare system / Alberta Andreotti and Enza Mingione -- Policies toward migrant workers / Itzhak Schnell -- Planning for aging involves planning for life / Deborah Howe -- Public housing in the United States: neighborhood renewal and the poor / Lawrence J. Vale -- Neighborhood social mix: theory, evidence, and implications for policy and planning / George C. Galster -- Suspicion, surveillance, and safety: a new imperative for public space? / Tridib Banerjee and Anastasia Loukaitou-Sideris -- Beyond the ladder: new ideas about resident roles in contemporary community development in the United States / Rachel Bratt and Kenneth M. Reardon
Series City in the twenty-first century book series
Alternate Author Carmon, Naomi
Fainstein, Susan S

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