7 edition of Rethinking Urban Policy found in the catalog.
December 1983 by Natl Academy Pr .
Written in English
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It draws on over a decade of international research, undertaken by scholars across multiple disciplines concerned with analysing and shaping urban sustainability transitions. Independent Cities: Rethinking U.S.
Urban Policy by Robert J. Waste (Author) ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important. ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a Cited by: 7.
The culmination of a year-long lecture series cosponsored by The Century Foundation and the City University of New York Graduate Center's Center for Urban Research, 'Rethinking the Urban Agenda.
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Rethinking Urban Transitions provides critical insight for societal and policy debates about the potential and limits of low carbon urbanism. It draws on over a decade of international research, undertaken by scholars across multiple disciplines concerned with analysing and shaping urban sustainability : Hardcover.
Preface. Introduction In the foreword the Sustainable Urban and Regional Infrastructure Development: Technologies, Applications and Management, Kevin O’Connor points out that, in the 21st Century, ‘urban and infrastructure sustainability’ has become a very prominent element in the day-to-day debate on urban policy and the expression of that policy in urban planning and development decisions.
RETHINKING URBAN MOBILITY TSAY | HERRMANN vii PREFACE Rapid urbanization presents national leaders and policymakers with new challenges on many fronts. This report on urban transport policy is a response to these shared issues, which were identified through interviews and consultations with national policymakersFile Size: 2MB.
Get this from a library. Rethinking Urban Policy: Urban Development in an Advanced Economy. [Committee on National Urban Policy,; National Research Council Staff,].
Read the full-text online edition of Independent Cities: Rethinking U.S. Urban Policy (). Home» Browse» Books» Book details, Independent Cities: Rethinking U.S. Urban Policy This book is both a history of national and sub-national urban policies, and a prediction of the trajectory that those polices will need to take in the future.
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Book Description. Urban Renewal and School Reform in Baltimore examines the role of the contemporary public school as an instrument of urban design. The central case study in this book, Henderson-Hopkins is a PK-8 campus serving as the civic centrepiece of the East Baltimore Development Initiative.
In Rethinking Feminist Interventions into the Urban, Linda Peake and Martina Rieker embark on an ambitious project to explore the extent to which a feminist re-imagining of the twenty-first century city can form the core of a new emerging analytic of women and the neoliberal urban.
Working through platforms as diverse as policy formulations. Anyon has once again entered the fray with her most recent book, Radical Possibilities: Public Policy, Urban Education, and a New Social Movement.
Anyon's aims are two-fold. The first half of the book is devoted to the political economy of federal social policy and education. Rethinking Urban Transitions provides critical insight for societal and policy debates about the potential and limits of low carbon urbanism.
It draws on over a decade of international research, undertaken by scholars across multiple disciplines concerned with analysing and shaping urban sustainability : Taylor And Francis. Rethinking Urban Transitions provides critical insight for societal and policy debates about the potential and limits of low carbon urbanism.
It draws on over a decade of international research, undertaken by scholars across multiple disciplines concerned with analysing and shaping urban sustainability transitions. Rethinking urban and rural. Akbar Zaidi Aug areas which social scientists and urban planners would call peri-urban, those huge fringes of city-size settlements that are.
Urban parks such as New York City's Central Park provide vital public spaces where city dwellers of all races and classes can mingle safely while enjoying a variety of recreations.
By coming together in these relaxed settings, different groups become comfortable with each other, thereby strengthening their communities and the democratic fabric. Read "Rethinking Urban Parks Public Space and Cultural Diversity" by Setha Low available from Rakuten Kobo.
Urban parks such as New York City's Central Park provide vital public spaces where city dwellers of all races and classe Brand: University of Texas Press.
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With the wealth of data in this book, urban planners, park professionals, and all concerned citizens will have the tools to create and maintain public parks that serve the needs and interests of all the public. In book: Oxford Handbook of Water Politics and Policy, Chapter: Rethinking Urban Water (In)formality, Publisher: Oxford University Press, Editors: Ken Conca and Erika Weinthal, pp Cite this Author: Malini Ranganathan.
Rethinking the concept of third places from virtual and geographical perspectives, this book will prove an insightful read for researchers and planners in the fields of sociology and urban planning as well as urban, social and cultural geography.
Rethinking Sustainable Cities ‘The immediate justification for this book is its originality and the absence of any comparable volume’, writes David Simon, editor of ‘Rethinking Sustainable Cities’ published today by Policy Press, in the first chapter. Journal of Urban Affairs.
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The urban management consequences have been invariably negative, with increasing sprawl, fragmentation and separation resulting in a wide range of environmental, social and economic problems. This book explores the role of movement in a more integrated approach to urban settlement, and how thinking, policies and actions need to by: 8.
Slumdog Cities: Rethinking Subaltern Urbanism ANANYA ROY Abstract ijur_ This article is an intervention in the epistemologies and methodologies of urban studies.
It seeks to understand and transform the ways in which the cities of the global South are studied and represented in urban research, and to some extent in popular.
Urban Commons: Rethinking the City offers an attempt to reconsider what a city might be by studying how the notion of the commons opens up new understandings of urban collectivities, addressing a range of questions about urban diversity, urban governance, urban belonging, urban sexuality, urban subcultures, and urban poverty; but also by Book Edition: 1st Edition.
Rethinking urban traffic congestion to put people first relief makes sense anymore as a practical policy goal. For decades, urban transportation policy and practitioners favored a model of Author: Robert Puentes. Rethinking Crime—Again The year decline in violent crime is not nearly as great a success story as you might think.
The time is right for a new and broader crime bill. By John J. Di Iulio, Jr. SpringNo. 16 – 25 MIN READ. Teaching for Black Lives grows directly out of the movement for Black recognize that anti-Black racism constructs Black people, and Blackness generally, as not counting as human life.
Throughout this book, we provide resources and demonstrate how teachers connect curriculum to young people's lives and root their concerns and daily experiences in what is taught and how classrooms are. Sincethe Manhattan Institute has brought together public, private, and nonprofit leaders from around the country to shape the future of urban America.
From housing to transportation and regulation to urban planning, we have developed nationally-relevant policy solutions grounded in unique. For the last seven decades, urban settlement policy worldwide has been increasingly dominated by modernist precepts and by urban decisions made in discipline-specific 'silos'.
The urban management consequences have been invariably negative, with increasing sprawl, fragmentation and separation resulting in a wide range of environmental, social and economic problems.
Rethinking Regional Development Policy-making This report takes stock of discussions held between academics and country practitioners during a series of seminars organised in by the OECD and the European Commission that focused on opportunities to improve the design and delivery of regional development policies.
Rethinking the Urban Block - Educational Infrastructure as the Driver of Shenzhen’s Renovation Introduction. Starting from China’s Opening-Up inlocated on Hong Kong and Mainland China. 6 RETHINKING FEDERAL W ORK-STUDY FIGURE 3 Distribution of Pell Grants and Federal Work-Study Funds by Sector, –17 URBAN INSTITUTE Source: Sandy Baum, Jennifer Ma, Matea Pender, and CJ Libassi, Trends in Student Aid (New York: College Board, ).
Note: FTE = full-time equivalent. In –16, when 40 percent of undergraduate students received Pell grants, 5 percent. Growth of urban areas and abandonment of rural areas are phenomena that increase quickly.
The main consequences of urbanization are pollution, consumption of resources and energy, waste dumps, and junk yards.
These aspects require a better planning and design of European urban metropolitan areas, considering benefits, opportunities, costs and risks (B.O.C.R.), derivable by urban Cited by:. This book sheds light on the production of Israeli space and the politics of Jewish and Arab cities.
The authors’ postcolonial approach deals with the notion of periphery and peripherality, covering issues of spatial protest, urban policy and urban planning. is part of the Legacy Property Group and was created to bring quality, affordable housing to the market and we do things differently.
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