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Shadows of power : an allegory of prudence in land-use planning, Jean Hillier

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Shadows of power : an allegory of prudence in land-use planning
Title
Shadows of power
Title remainder
an allegory of prudence in land-use planning
Statement of responsibility
Jean Hillier
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
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Hillier, Jean
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Series statement
The RTPI library series
Series volume
05
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Land use
Label
Shadows of power : an allegory of prudence in land-use planning, Jean Hillier
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Color
other
Contents
Part PART 1: INTO THE SHADOWS -- chapter 1 Shadows of power: an allegory of prudence in land-use planning -- chapter Towards consensus? from Habermas to Healey -- chapter On theorising, positioning and metaphorics -- chapter Structure of the book -- part PART 2: SHADOW TALK: CONVERSATIONS WITH HABERMAS AND FOUCAULT -- chapter 2 A CONVERSATION WITH JÜRGEN HABERMAS Introduction -- chapter 3 DISCUSSING MICHEL FOUCAULT introduction -- chapter 4 Putting it all together: developing the foundations of a new theoretical framework -- chapter Conclusions -- part PART 3: CHIAROSCURO PRACTICE: THE SHADES AND LIGHTS OF PLANNING -- chapter 5 SHADOW MAGICS -- chapter Networks and actor-network theory -- chapter 6 TENEBRISM IN THE NORTH EAST CORRIDOR -- chapter 7 SFUMATO IN THE FORESTS Context: the Western Australian Regional Forest Agreement -- chapter Lobbying -- insider versus outsider strategies -- part PART 4: SHADOW NEGOTIATIONS -- chapter 8 The shadow of experience: the habitus -- chapter 9 NEGOTIATING THE GAP Introduction -- chapter The state of the debate: from Habermas to habitus -- chapter 10 PLANNERS AS MISSIONARIES OR CHAMELEONS? Introduction -- chapter Conclusions -- part PART 5: OUT FROM THE SHADOWS -- chapter 11 ASSOCIATING WITH SHADOWS Introduction -- chapter Opening up direct action -- chapter Paradoxically speaking in conclusion -- chapter 12 ON SLIPPERY ICE: BEYOND CONSENSUS Introduction -- chapter Conclusions -- part PART 6: SHADOW PLAY -- chapter 13 'COMING EVENTS CAST THEIR SHADOWS BEFORE' Introduction -- chapter Public spheres -- chapter Relational networks: multiplex practice -- chapter From legislators to interpreters -- chapter Formal and informal processes -- chapter BIBLIOGRAPHY -- chapter END NOTES PREFACE
Control code
ocn252918755
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (345 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780203167298
Note
Taylor & Francis
Other physical details
illustrations
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)252918755
Label
Shadows of power : an allegory of prudence in land-use planning, Jean Hillier
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Color
other
Contents
Part PART 1: INTO THE SHADOWS -- chapter 1 Shadows of power: an allegory of prudence in land-use planning -- chapter Towards consensus? from Habermas to Healey -- chapter On theorising, positioning and metaphorics -- chapter Structure of the book -- part PART 2: SHADOW TALK: CONVERSATIONS WITH HABERMAS AND FOUCAULT -- chapter 2 A CONVERSATION WITH JÜRGEN HABERMAS Introduction -- chapter 3 DISCUSSING MICHEL FOUCAULT introduction -- chapter 4 Putting it all together: developing the foundations of a new theoretical framework -- chapter Conclusions -- part PART 3: CHIAROSCURO PRACTICE: THE SHADES AND LIGHTS OF PLANNING -- chapter 5 SHADOW MAGICS -- chapter Networks and actor-network theory -- chapter 6 TENEBRISM IN THE NORTH EAST CORRIDOR -- chapter 7 SFUMATO IN THE FORESTS Context: the Western Australian Regional Forest Agreement -- chapter Lobbying -- insider versus outsider strategies -- part PART 4: SHADOW NEGOTIATIONS -- chapter 8 The shadow of experience: the habitus -- chapter 9 NEGOTIATING THE GAP Introduction -- chapter The state of the debate: from Habermas to habitus -- chapter 10 PLANNERS AS MISSIONARIES OR CHAMELEONS? Introduction -- chapter Conclusions -- part PART 5: OUT FROM THE SHADOWS -- chapter 11 ASSOCIATING WITH SHADOWS Introduction -- chapter Opening up direct action -- chapter Paradoxically speaking in conclusion -- chapter 12 ON SLIPPERY ICE: BEYOND CONSENSUS Introduction -- chapter Conclusions -- part PART 6: SHADOW PLAY -- chapter 13 'COMING EVENTS CAST THEIR SHADOWS BEFORE' Introduction -- chapter Public spheres -- chapter Relational networks: multiplex practice -- chapter From legislators to interpreters -- chapter Formal and informal processes -- chapter BIBLIOGRAPHY -- chapter END NOTES PREFACE
Control code
ocn252918755
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (345 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780203167298
Note
Taylor & Francis
Other physical details
illustrations
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)252918755

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