Planning Cultures in Europe: Decoding Cultural Phenomena in Urban and Regional Planning

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Jörg Knieling, Frank Othengrafen
Ashgate Publishing, Ltd., 2009 - Political Science - 328 pages
Bringing together an interdisciplinary team from across the EU, this book connects elements of cultural and planning theories to explain differences and peculiarities among EU member states and develops an analytical model which encourages a scientific an
 

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Contents

Theoretical Reflections on Common European Planning
3
the semistatic model
8
Planning Cultures en Route to a Better Comprehension
23
En Route to a Theoretical Model for Comparative Research
39
Maps
46
How German Is It? An Essay in Epistemological Eclecticism
65
demonstration against rightwing tendencies
73
conquered Poland
81
PLANNING CULTURES IN EASTERN EUROPE
137
Planning Rationalities among Practitioners in St Petersburg
151
The House of Many Different Ages
169
Planning Cultures in Italy Reformism LaissezFaire
189
Coping with the Era of Change Planning and Decision
221
INTERDEPENDENCES BETWEEN EUROPEAN
237
A Missing Link in the Cultural Evolution of the European
255
Territorial Cohesion European Social Model
269

prewar era Nichts furs Gemiit
89
Planning Culture in Austria The Case of Vienna the Unlike City
95
Visualising Spatial Policy in Europe
113
1a Streekplan NoordHolland Zuid Streekplankaart extract
121
Planning Cultures between Models of Society and Planning
283
Index
323
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Joerg Knieling is Vicepresident for Research Affairs and holds the Chair for Urban and Regional Planning and Development at HafenCity University Hamburg Frank Othengrafen is Researcher at the Chair for Urban and Regional Planning and Development at HafenCity University Hamburg

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