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The Resource From student to urban planner : young practitioners' reflections on contemporary ethical challenges, edited by Tuna Tasan-Kok and Mark Oranje

From student to urban planner : young practitioners' reflections on contemporary ethical challenges, edited by Tuna Tasan-Kok and Mark Oranje

Label
From student to urban planner : young practitioners' reflections on contemporary ethical challenges
Title
From student to urban planner
Title remainder
young practitioners' reflections on contemporary ethical challenges
Statement of responsibility
edited by Tuna Tasan-Kok and Mark Oranje
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
Dewey number
307.1/216
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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  • Taşan-Kok, Tuna,
  • Oranje, Mark,
Series statement
The RTPI library series
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  • City planning
  • Urban policy
  • Professional ethics
Label
From student to urban planner : young practitioners' reflections on contemporary ethical challenges, edited by Tuna Tasan-Kok and Mark Oranje
Instantiates
Publication
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • Jef Van den Broeck
  • part, II Lost, Oblivious, or Boundary Pushing? Responses from Practicing Planners
  • chapter 4 A Spider in the Web or a Puppet on a String?
  • Swedish Planning Students' Reflections on their Future Professional Role
  • Moa Tunström
  • chapter 5 Lost in Transition
  • Fledgling Planners in Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • Aleksandra Djurasovic
  • chapter 6 Good Intentions, Deep Frustrations, and Upward Mobility
  • Just Another Young Planner's Day in South Africa
  • Part, I Education, Reality, and Ethical Challenges
  • Mark Oranje Sanell Venter Albert Ferreira
  • chapter 7 Breakfast at Tiffany's
  • Young Planners Mobilising Against the Planning of Towers in Tel Aviv
  • Talia Margalit
  • chapter 8 Confronted and Disappointed?
  • Struggle of Turkish Planners against Authoritarian State-Regulated Urban Development
  • Tuna Taşan-Kok Mehmet Penpecioğlu
  • chapter 9 In Search of a Place
  • Young Planners' Reflections on Planning and Practice
  • Yesim Sungu-Eryilmaz
  • chapter 1 Why It Is Important to Give Voice to Young Practitioners
  • chapter 10 "Things Can Only Get Better"?
  • Transitioning from Planning Student to Planner in the England of the 1990s and 2000s
  • Olivier Sykes
  • chapter 11 "The Door Is Now Half Open"
  • How Work Placement Experiences Better Prepare Planning Graduates for Practice - An Australian Case Study
  • John Jackson
  • chapter 12 Planning for Rights
  • Bewildered Young Planners in Brazil
  • Roberto Rocco
  • chapter 13 Facing up to Finnish Planning Pathologies
  • Tuna Taşan-Kok Mark Oranje
  • A Contextual Interpretation of Planner Capabilities and a Call for Change
  • Jonna Kangasoja Hanna Mattila
  • chapter 14 The Self-Conception of German Planners as Pioneers for Sustainability Transition
  • Joerg Knieling Katharina Klindworth
  • chapter 15 "I Shall Survive"
  • Planners' Strategies in the Face of the Strong Asymmetry of Illegal Powers in Italy
  • Daniela De Leo
  • chapter 16 A New Generation of Professionals in Urban Planning - A System Full of Limitations
  • The Case of Hungary
  • \n Földi\n Zsuzsa\n
  • chapter 2 Mismatch Between Planning Education and Practice
  • chapter 17 A New Role for Young Planners in the Netherlands
  • Still a Planners' Paradise?
  • \n Altes\n Willem K. Korthals\n \n Taşan-Kok\n Tuna\n
  • chapter 18 Deregulation of the Spatial Planners' Profession in Poland and the New Inconsistent System
  • What Happens Next?
  • \n Zaleczna\n Magdalena\n
  • chapter 19 Planning Pedagogy and Practices in Transition
  • Taiwan's Young Planners and Their Challenges of Finding Purpose in Planning
  • \n Jou\n Sue-Ching\n \n Huang\n Shu-Mei\n
  • part, III Recommendations, Reflections, and Conclusions
  • Contemporary Educational Challenges and Conflicts Confronting Young Planners
  • chapter 20 A Quest for a Critical Debate and New Ideas
  • \n Albrechts\n Louis\n
  • chapter 21 Editors' Reflections and Conclusions
  • \n Taşan-Kok\n Tuna\n \n Oranje\n Mark\n
  • Tuna Taşan-Kok Ela Babalık-Sutcliffe Elsona van Huyssteen Mark Oranje
  • chapter 3 Challenges of Planning Practice and Profession
  • To What Extent Are Young Planners Able to Intervene?
Control code
on1014329370
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781315726854
Level of compression
unknown
Note
Taylor & Francis
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1014329370
Label
From student to urban planner : young practitioners' reflections on contemporary ethical challenges, edited by Tuna Tasan-Kok and Mark Oranje
Publication
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • Jef Van den Broeck
  • part, II Lost, Oblivious, or Boundary Pushing? Responses from Practicing Planners
  • chapter 4 A Spider in the Web or a Puppet on a String?
  • Swedish Planning Students' Reflections on their Future Professional Role
  • Moa Tunström
  • chapter 5 Lost in Transition
  • Fledgling Planners in Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • Aleksandra Djurasovic
  • chapter 6 Good Intentions, Deep Frustrations, and Upward Mobility
  • Just Another Young Planner's Day in South Africa
  • Part, I Education, Reality, and Ethical Challenges
  • Mark Oranje Sanell Venter Albert Ferreira
  • chapter 7 Breakfast at Tiffany's
  • Young Planners Mobilising Against the Planning of Towers in Tel Aviv
  • Talia Margalit
  • chapter 8 Confronted and Disappointed?
  • Struggle of Turkish Planners against Authoritarian State-Regulated Urban Development
  • Tuna Taşan-Kok Mehmet Penpecioğlu
  • chapter 9 In Search of a Place
  • Young Planners' Reflections on Planning and Practice
  • Yesim Sungu-Eryilmaz
  • chapter 1 Why It Is Important to Give Voice to Young Practitioners
  • chapter 10 "Things Can Only Get Better"?
  • Transitioning from Planning Student to Planner in the England of the 1990s and 2000s
  • Olivier Sykes
  • chapter 11 "The Door Is Now Half Open"
  • How Work Placement Experiences Better Prepare Planning Graduates for Practice - An Australian Case Study
  • John Jackson
  • chapter 12 Planning for Rights
  • Bewildered Young Planners in Brazil
  • Roberto Rocco
  • chapter 13 Facing up to Finnish Planning Pathologies
  • Tuna Taşan-Kok Mark Oranje
  • A Contextual Interpretation of Planner Capabilities and a Call for Change
  • Jonna Kangasoja Hanna Mattila
  • chapter 14 The Self-Conception of German Planners as Pioneers for Sustainability Transition
  • Joerg Knieling Katharina Klindworth
  • chapter 15 "I Shall Survive"
  • Planners' Strategies in the Face of the Strong Asymmetry of Illegal Powers in Italy
  • Daniela De Leo
  • chapter 16 A New Generation of Professionals in Urban Planning - A System Full of Limitations
  • The Case of Hungary
  • \n Földi\n Zsuzsa\n
  • chapter 2 Mismatch Between Planning Education and Practice
  • chapter 17 A New Role for Young Planners in the Netherlands
  • Still a Planners' Paradise?
  • \n Altes\n Willem K. Korthals\n \n Taşan-Kok\n Tuna\n
  • chapter 18 Deregulation of the Spatial Planners' Profession in Poland and the New Inconsistent System
  • What Happens Next?
  • \n Zaleczna\n Magdalena\n
  • chapter 19 Planning Pedagogy and Practices in Transition
  • Taiwan's Young Planners and Their Challenges of Finding Purpose in Planning
  • \n Jou\n Sue-Ching\n \n Huang\n Shu-Mei\n
  • part, III Recommendations, Reflections, and Conclusions
  • Contemporary Educational Challenges and Conflicts Confronting Young Planners
  • chapter 20 A Quest for a Critical Debate and New Ideas
  • \n Albrechts\n Louis\n
  • chapter 21 Editors' Reflections and Conclusions
  • \n Taşan-Kok\n Tuna\n \n Oranje\n Mark\n
  • Tuna Taşan-Kok Ela Babalık-Sutcliffe Elsona van Huyssteen Mark Oranje
  • chapter 3 Challenges of Planning Practice and Profession
  • To What Extent Are Young Planners Able to Intervene?
Control code
on1014329370
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781315726854
Level of compression
unknown
Note
Taylor & Francis
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1014329370

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