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Dialogues in Urban and Regional Planning. Volume 2

edited by Bruce Stiftel, Vanessa Watson, Henri Acselrad

Published by Routledge/Taylor and Francis Group in cooperation with the Global Planning Education Association Network (GPEAN), 2004 | ISBN 9780415402859


1. Introduction: global commonality and regional specificity
2. Post-industrialization, post-modernism, and the reproduction of Vancouver's central area: re-theorizing the 21st century
3. 'Glocalising' urban landscapes: Athens and the 2004 Olympics
4. The three-speed city: relagation, periurbanisation, gentirfication
5. The future of rurality under globalization
6. Reinforcing identity: urban design concepts for achieving Balinese cities with cultural identity
7. Knowing and steering: mediatization, planning and democracy in Victoria, Australia
8. The instruments for urban reform and the ideal of citizenship: the current contradictions
9. Regional planning and sustainability: limits and potentials of South Africa's integrated development plans
10. The Americanization of Australian planning
11. City Planning in the history of the city
12. Road expansion, urban growth and induced travel: a path analysis
13. Changing gender contract in self-help housing construction in Botswana: the case of Lobatse