By Louis Albrechts (auth.), Maria Cerreta, Grazia Concilio, Valeria Monno (eds.)
This publication discusses strategic spatial making plans with emphasis at the position of values and cognitions dynamics in the planning-evaluation interplay.
In the publication, values and cognitions dynamics are investigated as an important facets of making plans practices dedicated to the advance of strategic activities strictly associated with spatial contexts. diverse methodologies and methods are tested to aid collaborative selection making and to control accomplished and participatory wisdom all through strategic making plans strategies. The dialogue is performed from either theoretical and functional issues of view.
The publication additionally dissects the a number of meanings of strategic making plans and its implication when it comes to mobilization and production of values and information. serious matters are tested in terms of either the dynamics of negotiation and building of numerous values and information in making plans tactics, and on the subject of a few stories conducted in several city contexts.
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In track two, the focus is on solving problems through short-term actions. It concerns acting in such a way as to make the future conform to the vision constructed in track one and to tackle problems in view of this vision. Tackling concrete problems during the planning process is a means to create trust between the actors. Spatial planning has almost no potential for concretising strategies, so track three involves relevant actors that are needed for their substantive contributions, their procedural competences and the role they might play in acceptance, in getting basic support and in providing legitimacy.
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