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Viewpoint: The planning research agenda: planning theory for practice

Town Planning Review (2011), 82, (2), 0

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ALEXANDER, E. R. (1992), Approaches to Planning: Introducing Current Planning Theories, Concepts and Issues, Amsterdam, Gordon and Breach. Approaches to Planning: Introducing Current Planning Theories, Concepts and Issues Google Scholar

ARCHIBUGI, F. (2008) Planning Theory: From the Political Debate to the Methodological Reconstruction, New York, Springer. Planning Theory: From the Political Debate to the Methodological Reconstruction Google Scholar

BEATLEY, T. (2005), Native to Nowhere: Sustaining Home and Community in a Global Age, Washington, DC, Island Press. Native to Nowhere: Sustaining Home and Community in a Global Age Google Scholar

CAMPBELL, H. and MARSHALL, R. (2005), 'Professionalism and planning in Britain', Town Planning Review, 76, 191–214. Professionalism and planning in Britain Town Planning Review 76 191 214 Google Scholar

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FAINSTEIN, S. (2009), The Just City, Ithaca, NY, Cornell University Press. The Just City Google Scholar

FALUDI, A. (1973), Planning Theory, Oxford, Pergamon Press. Planning Theory Google Scholar

FALUDI, A. (1986), Critical Rationalism and Planning Methodology, London, Pion. Critical Rationalism and Planning Methodology Google Scholar

FORESTER, J. (1999), The Deliberative Practitioner, Boston, MIT Press. The Deliberative Practitioner Google Scholar

FORESTER, J. (2009), Dealing with Differences: Dramas of Mediating Public Disputes, Cambridge, MA, Oxford University Press. Dealing with Differences: Dramas of Mediating Public Google Scholar

FRIEDMANN, J. (1973), Re-Tracking America: A Theory of Transactive Planning, New York, Anchor Press. Re-Tracking America: A Theory of Transactive Planning Google Scholar

FRIEDMANN, J. (1987), Planning in the Public Domain, Princeton, NJ, Princeton University Press. Planning in the Public Domain Google Scholar

HALL, P. (1982), Great Planning Disasters, Berkeley, University of California Press. Great Planning Disasters Google Scholar

HEALEY, P. (1997), Collaborative Planning: Shaping Places in Fragmented Societies, Basingstoke, Palgrave Macmillan. Collaborative Planning: Shaping Places in Fragmented Societies Google Scholar

HEALEY, P. (2007), Urban Complexity and Spatial Strategies: Towards a Relational Planning for Our Times, London, Routledge. Urban Complexity and Spatial Strategies: Towards a Relational Planning for Our Times Google Scholar

HEALEY, P. (2010), Making Better Places: The Planning Project in the Twenty-First Century, Basingstoke, Palgrave Macmillan. Making Better Places: The Planning Project in the Twenty-First Century Google Scholar

HEALEY, P. and UNDERWOOD, J. (1978), 'Professional ideals and planning practice: a report on research into planners' ideas in practice in London Borough planning departments', Progress in Planning, 9, 73–127. Professional ideals and planning practice: a report on research into planners' ideas in practice in London Borough planning departments Progress in Planning 9 73 127 Google Scholar

HEALEY, P. and UPTON, R. (2010), Crossing Borders: International Exchange and Planning Practices, London, Routledge. Crossing Borders: International Exchange and Planning Practices Google Scholar

HILLIER J. and HEALEY. P. (2008), Critical Essays in Planning Theory, Vol. 1: Foundations of the Planning Enterprise; Vol. 2: Political Economy, Diversity and Pragmatism; Vol: Contemporary Movements in Planning Theory, Aldershot, Ashgate. Google Scholar

HILLIER J. and HEALEY. P. (2010), The Ashgate Research Companion to Planning Theory, Farnham, Ashgate. Google Scholar

HOCH, C. (2009), 'Planning craft: How planners compose plans', Planning Theory, 8, 219–41. Planning craft: How planners compose plans Planning Theory 8 219 41 Google Scholar

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LANDRY, C. (2000), The Creative City, A Toolkit for Urban Innovators, London, Earthscan. The Creative City, A Toolkit for Urban Innovators Google Scholar

LAURIA, M. and WAGNER, J. A. (2006), 'What Can We Learn from Empirical Studies of Planning Theory? A Comparative Case Analysis of Extant Literature', Journal of Planning Education and Research, 25, 364–81. What Can We Learn from Empirical Studies of Planning Theory? A Comparative Case Analysis of Extant Literature Journal of Planning Education and Research 25 364 81 Google Scholar

SCHON, D. (1983), The Reflective Practitioner: How Professionals Think in Action, New York, Free Press. The Reflective Practitioner: How Professionals Think in Action Google Scholar

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TALEN, E. (2005), New Urbanism and American Planning: the Conflict of Cultures, New York, Routledge. New Urbanism and American Planning: the Conflict of Cultures Google Scholar

WATSON, V. (2002), 'Do we learn from planning practice? The contribution of the practice movement to planning theory', Journal of Planning Education and Research, 22, 178–87. Do we learn from planning practice? The contribution of the practice movement to planning theory Journal of Planning Education and Research 22 178 87 Google Scholar

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