Browse Dept. of Urban and Regional Planning by Subject "urban planning"
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Constructing professional knowledge: the Neighborhood Unit concept in the community builders handbook (2010-01-06)This dissertation concerns the diffusion of Clarence Perry’s Neighborhood Unit concept between 1929 and 1969. It is grounded in a discourse analysis of the use of the Neighborhood Unit concept in the literature of twenty ...
The effects of elite-led power sharing on postconflict urban reconstruction: consociationalism and the Mostar case (2011-05-25)Cities divided by war and political violence are a global phenomenon. These divided cities become the manifestations of regional, national, or global conflicts. Planners in such cities face a unique set of challenges; ...
(2013)Current practices in urban (re) development processes have resulted in uneven development patterns causing spatial injustices. Recognized as the connectivity between spatial claim, spatial power, and spatial links, spatial ...
Water supply development amidst growing scarcity: a case study of the Monterey Peninsula Water Supply Project (2015-01-21)This thesis explores existing water conditions in California and, using economic valuation and policy analysis tools, examines whether desalination is a reasonable solution to growing water scarcity across the state. The ...