Discourse dynamics in participatory planning : opening the bureaucracy to strangers / Diana MacCallum.
"Public and stakeholder participation has become an expected part of much bureaucratic decision making. Urban and regional planning, in particular, is now widely perceived as a set of discursive practices involving actors from a range of different lifeworlds. However, planning research has so f...
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- List of Figures and Tables
- 1 The Age of Participation
- 2 Participatory Planning: A Cross-cultural Meta-practice?
- 3 Science and Politics: DOMM and SMRC
- 4 Practice and Practicality: SOHE and HIC
- 5 Deliberative Ideals: SMRC's Decision Making
- 6 Strange Practices: HIC's Decision Making
- 7 Opening the Bureaucracy