URSI 602 Readings


History

BROOKS, M.P. (1988) Four critical junctures in the history of the planning profession: An exercise in hindsight, Journal of the American Planning Association, 54, 241-248.

HALL, P. (1989) The turbulent eight decade: Challenges to American city planning, Journal of the American Planning Association, 55, 275-282.

 

Roles & Values

FULTON, W. (1989) Visionaries, deal makers, incrementalists: The divided world of urban planning, Governing, 2(9), 52-58.

HEIKKILA, E.J. & GRIFFIN, M. (1995) Confucian planning or planning confusion? Journal of Planning Education and Research, 14, 269-279.

SUSSKIND, L. et alii. (1995) Planning practice: Resolving disputes the kinder, gentler way, in Planning, 61, 16-20.

VAN WART, M. (1996) The sources of ethical decision making for individuals in the public sector, Public Administration Review, 56, 525-533.

 

Ethics & Values

BEATLEY, T. (1984) Applying moral principles to growth management, Journal of the American Planning Association, 50, 459-469.

BENNIS, W. (1990) Quitting on principle, in Why Leaders Can't Lead. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.

BOK, S. (1983) Whistleblowing and leaking, in Secrets. NY: Random House.

KIDDER, R.M. (1995) Universal human values: Finding an ethical common ground, Public Management, 77(6), 4-9.

Doing Good & Values

HILLIER, J. (1995) The unwritten law of planning: common sense, Journal of Planning Education and Research, 14, 292-296.

HOCH, C. (1984) Doing good and being right: The pragmatic connection in planning theory, Journal of the American Planning Association, 50, 335-345.

 

SITAR Theory

BRYSON, J.M. (1995) The strategy change cycle, in Strategic Planning for Public and Nonprofit Organizations, Rev. Ed. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.

FREIDMANN, J. (1995) Teaching planning theory, Journal of Planning Education and Research, 14, 156-162.

HUDSON, B.M. (1979) Comparison of current planning theories: Counterparts and contradictions, Journal of the American Planning Association, 45, 387-398.

 

Other Approaches to Theory

BEAUREGARD, R. (1995) Edge critics, Journal of Planning Education and Research, 14, 163-166.

FISCHER, R. (1995) Planning theory as culture and experience, Journal of Planning Education and Research, 14, 173-178.

INNES, J.E. (1995) Planning theory's emerging paradigm: Communicative action and interactive practice, Journal of Planning Education and Research, 14, 183-189.

SAGER, T. (1995) Teaching planning theory as order or fragments? Journal of Planning Education and Research, 14, 166-173.

VERMA, N. (1995) What is planning practice? The search for suitable categories, Journal of Planning Education and Research, 14, 178-182.

 

Management Applications

MARTZ, W. (1994) The financially correct planning office, Planning, December, 17-20.

SPENCER, J.A. (1979) Planning agency management, in So, Stollman, Beal & Arnold, eds., The Practice of Local Government Planning. Washington, DC: ICMA.

 

Managing Change

KLOSTERMAN, R.E. (1994) An introduction to the literature on large-scale urban models, Journal of the American Planning Association, 60, 41-44.

ISSERMAN, A.M. (1984) Projection, forecast, and plan: On the future of population forecasting, Journal of the American Planning Association, 50, 208-221.

WATZLAWICK, P., J. WEAKLAND, & R. FISCH. (1974) The gentle art of reframing, in Change: Principles of Problem Formation and Problem Resolution. NY: W.W. Norton.


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1996 A.J.Filipovitch
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1 August 2002