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The Resource Community planning : integrating social and physical environments, Phil Heywood

Community planning : integrating social and physical environments, Phil Heywood

Label
Community planning : integrating social and physical environments
Title
Community planning
Title remainder
integrating social and physical environments
Statement of responsibility
Phil Heywood
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Heywood, Philip
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Community life
  • Communities
  • Community organization
  • Community development
  • Urban ecology (Sociology)
Label
Community planning : integrating social and physical environments, Phil Heywood
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
1. The Nature and Planning of Community Life -- pt. One Social and Economic Changes -- The current cascade of change -- pt. Two Community Life and Change -- Contemporary challenges to community life -- pt. Three Competing Interpretations of Community Structure and Change -- Order: genetically driven dominance -- Productivity and exchange: through market competition -- Control through transcendence of conflict: equality through struggle -- Collaboration: through negotiation, adjustment and mutual aid -- pt. Four The Roles of Cooperation -- Cooperation in practice -- Conclusions -- Endnotes -- References -- 2. The Spirit and Characteristics of Community Planning -- pt. One Themes -- Communication -- Consultation -- Participation and exclusion -- The significance of participatory theories -- Negotiation -- pt. Two Applications -- Necessary conditions for effective community consultation -- The role and themes of consultation -- Methods of consultation -- Consultation techniques -- Conclusion: relations of community planning with community action, community development and community organisation -- Endnotes -- References -- 3. Local Communities of Place and Contact -- Social and organisational characteristics of local communities -- The physical forms of communities -- Spatial justice -- The planning of places -- Community participation and governance -- Conclusion: the durability of local communities of place and contact -- Endnotes -- References -- 4. Communities of Interest and Interaction -- City communities -- Regional interest communities -- National communities -- Supranational political communities -- Global communities -- The many levels of community planning -- Conclusion: mixed scanning for integrated community planning -- Endnotes -- References -- 5. Human Values and Community Goals -- Value formation -- The value of prosperity -- The value of liberty -- The values of social justice -- Values for sustainable communities -- Relations among the four community values -- Conclusions: how values can combine to help solve problems and shape creative plans -- Endnotes -- References -- 6. Communities of Method -- Art and creativity in planning -- Science, knowledge and planning method -- Planning as a craft -- Political control and community participation -- Conclusions: values as the basis for communities of method -- Endnotes -- References -- 7. Activities and their Analysis -- The links between activity systems and values -- The uses of models of activities -- The role of systems theory within the planning process -- Activity systems analysis in practice -- Conclusions: the roles of activity systems in community planning -- Appendix 1 Household demand and housing land supply statistics, Greater Brisbane 1996--2016 -- Appendix 2 Employment Projections: Brisbane Statistical Division -- Key Assumptions -- Endnotes -- References -- 8. People, Homes and Communities -- Demographic challenges in meeting global and local housing needs -- Technological responses and impacts -- Roads, wheels, wagons and motor vehicles -- Costs, means and access to provision and finance of housing -- Balancing demand and supply for shelter -- Conclusions: the contributions of shelter to community life -- Endnotes -- References -- 9. Facets of Community -- Justifications for community intervention -- The planning and organisation of work -- The place of learning in community life -- The planning and delivery of health services -- Conclusion: the many facets of community -- Endnotes -- References -- 10. Places, Spaces and Community Design -- Places and their properties -- Communal and collective spaces and places -- The language of design and the vocabulary of space and place -- Place-making: designing to make life -- Models of urban form -- Conclusion: bringing places to life -- Endnotes -- References -- 11. Community Governance and Participation -- Governance, government and community participation -- Issues of freedom and order -- The roles of negotiation and partnership -- The development and evaluation of policies and proposals -- Roles and responsibilities in governance and participation -- Scales of community and their roles of governance and control -- Conclusions: the contributions of participation and governance to community life -- Endnotes -- References -- 12. Conclusions: Community Planning Today and Tomorrow -- The elements of community planning -- Themes, roles and future directions -- The future of community planning -- Endnotes -- References
Control code
ocn668990515
Dimensions
25 cm
Extent
iv, 290 p.
Isbn
9781405198875
Isbn Type
(pbk. : alk. paper)
Lccn
2010042182
Other physical details
ill. (some col.)
System control number
(OCoLC)668990515
Label
Community planning : integrating social and physical environments, Phil Heywood
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
1. The Nature and Planning of Community Life -- pt. One Social and Economic Changes -- The current cascade of change -- pt. Two Community Life and Change -- Contemporary challenges to community life -- pt. Three Competing Interpretations of Community Structure and Change -- Order: genetically driven dominance -- Productivity and exchange: through market competition -- Control through transcendence of conflict: equality through struggle -- Collaboration: through negotiation, adjustment and mutual aid -- pt. Four The Roles of Cooperation -- Cooperation in practice -- Conclusions -- Endnotes -- References -- 2. The Spirit and Characteristics of Community Planning -- pt. One Themes -- Communication -- Consultation -- Participation and exclusion -- The significance of participatory theories -- Negotiation -- pt. Two Applications -- Necessary conditions for effective community consultation -- The role and themes of consultation -- Methods of consultation -- Consultation techniques -- Conclusion: relations of community planning with community action, community development and community organisation -- Endnotes -- References -- 3. Local Communities of Place and Contact -- Social and organisational characteristics of local communities -- The physical forms of communities -- Spatial justice -- The planning of places -- Community participation and governance -- Conclusion: the durability of local communities of place and contact -- Endnotes -- References -- 4. Communities of Interest and Interaction -- City communities -- Regional interest communities -- National communities -- Supranational political communities -- Global communities -- The many levels of community planning -- Conclusion: mixed scanning for integrated community planning -- Endnotes -- References -- 5. Human Values and Community Goals -- Value formation -- The value of prosperity -- The value of liberty -- The values of social justice -- Values for sustainable communities -- Relations among the four community values -- Conclusions: how values can combine to help solve problems and shape creative plans -- Endnotes -- References -- 6. Communities of Method -- Art and creativity in planning -- Science, knowledge and planning method -- Planning as a craft -- Political control and community participation -- Conclusions: values as the basis for communities of method -- Endnotes -- References -- 7. Activities and their Analysis -- The links between activity systems and values -- The uses of models of activities -- The role of systems theory within the planning process -- Activity systems analysis in practice -- Conclusions: the roles of activity systems in community planning -- Appendix 1 Household demand and housing land supply statistics, Greater Brisbane 1996--2016 -- Appendix 2 Employment Projections: Brisbane Statistical Division -- Key Assumptions -- Endnotes -- References -- 8. People, Homes and Communities -- Demographic challenges in meeting global and local housing needs -- Technological responses and impacts -- Roads, wheels, wagons and motor vehicles -- Costs, means and access to provision and finance of housing -- Balancing demand and supply for shelter -- Conclusions: the contributions of shelter to community life -- Endnotes -- References -- 9. Facets of Community -- Justifications for community intervention -- The planning and organisation of work -- The place of learning in community life -- The planning and delivery of health services -- Conclusion: the many facets of community -- Endnotes -- References -- 10. Places, Spaces and Community Design -- Places and their properties -- Communal and collective spaces and places -- The language of design and the vocabulary of space and place -- Place-making: designing to make life -- Models of urban form -- Conclusion: bringing places to life -- Endnotes -- References -- 11. Community Governance and Participation -- Governance, government and community participation -- Issues of freedom and order -- The roles of negotiation and partnership -- The development and evaluation of policies and proposals -- Roles and responsibilities in governance and participation -- Scales of community and their roles of governance and control -- Conclusions: the contributions of participation and governance to community life -- Endnotes -- References -- 12. Conclusions: Community Planning Today and Tomorrow -- The elements of community planning -- Themes, roles and future directions -- The future of community planning -- Endnotes -- References
Control code
ocn668990515
Dimensions
25 cm
Extent
iv, 290 p.
Isbn
9781405198875
Isbn Type
(pbk. : alk. paper)
Lccn
2010042182
Other physical details
ill. (some col.)
System control number
(OCoLC)668990515

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