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Consensus Building Versus Irreconcilable Conflicts : Reframing Participatory Spatial Planning.

By: Saporito, Emanuela.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.SpringerBriefs in Applied Sciences and Technology Ser: Publisher: Cham : Springer, 2016Copyright date: ©2016Description: 1 online resource (118 pages).Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9783319308296.Subject(s): Environmental managementGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Consensus Building Versus Irreconcilable Conflicts : Reframing Participatory Spatial PlanningDDC classification: 307.1216 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Intro -- Preface -- Contents -- Introduction -- Background and Problem Statement -- Study, Test and Reframe: The Method -- The Structure of the Book -- Findings and Open Questions -- References -- 1 New Challenges for Participatory Approaches in Spatial Planning -- Abstract -- 1.1 Toward a Participative Conception of Urban Planning -- 1.1.1 Rationalities in Planning: A Paradigmatic Revolution -- 1.1.2 Political Attitudes to Participation -- 1.2 Contemporary Practices: Expertise and Handbooks -- 1.3 Now What? Facing Criticisms to Participatory Planning -- 1.3.1 Questioning Issues of Legitimacy -- 1.3.2 Questioning Issues of Effectiveness -- References -- 2 Looking for a Way Out. Three Models of Participative Planning: The "Conflictual", "Consensual" and "Trading Zone" Approaches -- Abstract -- 2.1 Dealing with Power and Rationality Dilemmas in Planning: A Methodological Choice -- 2.2 A Conflictual Model -- 2.2.1 Agonistic Democracy and Plural Spaces -- 2.2.2 Planning as a Social Mobilization Practice: Towards the just City -- 2.3 A Consensual Model -- 2.3.1 Managing Contentious Interdependences and the Role of Facilitative Leadership -- 2.3.2 Consensus-Building Approach and Collaborative Adaptive Management -- 2.4 A Trading Zone Model -- 2.4.1 A "Designing Perspective" for Participatory Practices -- 2.4.2 Trading Zones, Interlanguages and Boundary Objects: Interpretative Tools for Collaborative Action -- References -- 3 A Case of Complexity in Urban Planning: The PII Isola Process in Milan -- Abstract -- 3.1 Which Participation? The Controversial Story of PII Isola-Lunetta in Milan -- 3.1.1 Methodology -- 3.2 The PII Isola Process -- 3.2.1 The Case Study Background -- 3.2.1.1 The Participatory Process: Grassroots Organizations and Institutionalized Spaces -- References -- Websites.
4 Rationalities at Work: How to Read the PII Isola Participatory Process Through Three Different Conceptual Models -- Abstract -- 4.1 Testing Participative Models at Work -- 4.2 The Conflictual Model at Work: Evaluating Outcomes -- 4.2.1 Broad Perspective Considerations: Power Dynamics at Play -- 4.2.2 Local Perspective Considerations: Participatory Processes' Outcomes -- 4.2.3 Conclusions -- 4.3 The Consensual Model at Work: The Importance of the Method -- 4.3.1 The Fairness of the Process: Methodological Constraints -- 4.3.2 Consensus as Main Outcome: What Is the Role of Conflicts? -- 4.3.3 Conclusions -- 4.4 The Trading Zone Model at Work: Starting from Interactions -- 4.4.1 Evolving Trading Zones at Isola: The Master Plan as a Boundary Object -- 4.4.2 Stecca Degli Artigiani as a Trading Zone: Innovative Devices for Participative Urban Planning -- 4.4.3 Conclusions -- References -- 5 Reframing Participatory Spatial Planning: Critical Reflections -- Abstract -- 5.1 The Third Way Between Conflict and Consensus: A "Trading Zone" Way -- 5.2 A Trading Zone Way for Planning in the Face of Complexity -- 5.3 Reframing Participation in a Trading Zone Perspective -- 5.4 Final Critical Remarks -- References.
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Intro -- Preface -- Contents -- Introduction -- Background and Problem Statement -- Study, Test and Reframe: The Method -- The Structure of the Book -- Findings and Open Questions -- References -- 1 New Challenges for Participatory Approaches in Spatial Planning -- Abstract -- 1.1 Toward a Participative Conception of Urban Planning -- 1.1.1 Rationalities in Planning: A Paradigmatic Revolution -- 1.1.2 Political Attitudes to Participation -- 1.2 Contemporary Practices: Expertise and Handbooks -- 1.3 Now What? Facing Criticisms to Participatory Planning -- 1.3.1 Questioning Issues of Legitimacy -- 1.3.2 Questioning Issues of Effectiveness -- References -- 2 Looking for a Way Out. Three Models of Participative Planning: The "Conflictual", "Consensual" and "Trading Zone" Approaches -- Abstract -- 2.1 Dealing with Power and Rationality Dilemmas in Planning: A Methodological Choice -- 2.2 A Conflictual Model -- 2.2.1 Agonistic Democracy and Plural Spaces -- 2.2.2 Planning as a Social Mobilization Practice: Towards the just City -- 2.3 A Consensual Model -- 2.3.1 Managing Contentious Interdependences and the Role of Facilitative Leadership -- 2.3.2 Consensus-Building Approach and Collaborative Adaptive Management -- 2.4 A Trading Zone Model -- 2.4.1 A "Designing Perspective" for Participatory Practices -- 2.4.2 Trading Zones, Interlanguages and Boundary Objects: Interpretative Tools for Collaborative Action -- References -- 3 A Case of Complexity in Urban Planning: The PII Isola Process in Milan -- Abstract -- 3.1 Which Participation? The Controversial Story of PII Isola-Lunetta in Milan -- 3.1.1 Methodology -- 3.2 The PII Isola Process -- 3.2.1 The Case Study Background -- 3.2.1.1 The Participatory Process: Grassroots Organizations and Institutionalized Spaces -- References -- Websites.

4 Rationalities at Work: How to Read the PII Isola Participatory Process Through Three Different Conceptual Models -- Abstract -- 4.1 Testing Participative Models at Work -- 4.2 The Conflictual Model at Work: Evaluating Outcomes -- 4.2.1 Broad Perspective Considerations: Power Dynamics at Play -- 4.2.2 Local Perspective Considerations: Participatory Processes' Outcomes -- 4.2.3 Conclusions -- 4.3 The Consensual Model at Work: The Importance of the Method -- 4.3.1 The Fairness of the Process: Methodological Constraints -- 4.3.2 Consensus as Main Outcome: What Is the Role of Conflicts? -- 4.3.3 Conclusions -- 4.4 The Trading Zone Model at Work: Starting from Interactions -- 4.4.1 Evolving Trading Zones at Isola: The Master Plan as a Boundary Object -- 4.4.2 Stecca Degli Artigiani as a Trading Zone: Innovative Devices for Participative Urban Planning -- 4.4.3 Conclusions -- References -- 5 Reframing Participatory Spatial Planning: Critical Reflections -- Abstract -- 5.1 The Third Way Between Conflict and Consensus: A "Trading Zone" Way -- 5.2 A Trading Zone Way for Planning in the Face of Complexity -- 5.3 Reframing Participation in a Trading Zone Perspective -- 5.4 Final Critical Remarks -- References.

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