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Conflict, Consensus, and Rationality in Environmental Planning: An Institutional Discourse Approach (Oxford Geographical and Environmental Studies Series) download ebook
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Conflict, Consensus, and Rationality in Environmental Planning : An Institutional Discourse Approach. How does the way that those involved in policy planning talk affect environmental planning? Can negotiation be turned into consensus-building and deliberation? How do planners legitimate their activities through discourse, and what are the prospects of a rationality of sustainable development? Using a new institutionalist, theoretical framework, Yvonne Rydin tackles these key questions.

1: Environmental Planning: Introducing the Discourse Approach 2: Discourse and Environmental Planning 3: Discourses, Communication, and Discursive Strategies within Institutions 4: Conflict and Consensus in Environmental Planning 5: Rationalizing the Environmental.

1: Environmental Planning: Introducing the Discourse Approach 2: Discourse and Environmental Planning 3: Discourses, Communication, and Discursive Strategies within Institutions 4: Conflict and Consensus in Environmental Planning 5: Rationalizing the Environmental Policy Process 6: Discourses of Environmental Rationality: Three Rationalities 7: Air Pollution Control and Air Quality Management 8: Housing Land Policy 9: Local Agenda 21 10: The Prospects for a Sustainable Development. Rationality Appendix. Conflict, Consensus, and Rationality in Environmental Planning.

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Publication info: Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2003. More Details Oxford geographical and environmental studies. Physical Description: 200 p. : ill. Title: Conflict, consensus, and rationality in environmental planning : an institutional discourse approach, Yvonne Rydin. Oxford geographical and environmental studies.

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Rydin, Yvonne, 1957-. Series Statement: Oxford geographical and environmental studies. Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references (p. -196) and index. Uniform Title: Oxford geographical and environmental studies. Rubrics: Environmental policy Social aspects Environmental protection Planning. Download now Conflict, consensus, and rationality in environmental planning : an institutional discourse approach Yvonne Rydin.

Rydin Y (2003) Conflict, consensus, and rationality in environmental planning: an institutional discourse approach. In: Clark G, Goudi A, Peach C (eds) Oxford geographical and environmental studies. Oxford University Press, OxfordGoogle Scholar. Sathaye J et al (2007) Sustainable development and mitigation. In: Metz B et al (eds) Climate change 2007: mitigation.

Conflict, consensus, and rationality in environmental planning: an institutional discourse approach. We all now recognize the importance of talk today. In policy settings, there are more and more calls for consultation, collaboration, and deliberation.

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Environmental Planning: Introducing the Discourse Approach 2. Discourse and Environmental Planning 3. Discourses, Communication, and Discursive Strategies within Institutions 4. Conflict an. More). Local Environment has established a bit of a niche in local sustainability indicator studies. In 1997 it published the important debate between Jeb Brugman and Graham Pinfield, which highlighted tha.

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Yvonne Rydin, Professor of Planning, Environment and Public Policy, Bartlett School of Planning, University . Conflict, Consensus, and Rationality in Environmental Planning: An Institutional Discourse Approach.

Yvonne Rydin, Professor of Planning, Environment and Public Policy, Bartlett School of Planning, University College London, UK. Laura Tate. PhD, Principal of Laura Tate Associates, a City and Social Planning and Evaluation Consulting firm based in Victoria and Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.

How does the way that those involved in policy planning talk affect environmental planning? Can negotiation be turned into consensus-building and deliberation? How do planners legitimate their activities through discourse, and what are the prospects of a rationality of sustainable development? Using a new institutionalist, theoretical framework, Yvonne Rydin tackles these key questions.