SECTION 1: DEFINITION OF KEY TERMS
- Blue Print
- The positive and normative approaches to planning
SECTION 2: TRADITIONS OF PLANNING
- Social reform
- Policy analysis
- Social learning
- Social Mobilization
SECTION 3: PLANNING THEORIES
- Theories of Planning
- Theories in Planning
- Theories for Planning
- Procedural-Substantive debate
SECTION 4: DEVELOPMENT-PLANNING INTERFACE: A CHANGING THEORY?
- Theories of Development
- Spatial planning theories and concepts
- Urban form and design
- Land Use Planning
- What should the planner know?
SECTION 5: ROLES OF PLANNERS
- The matrix of roles of a planner
- Planning as a technical endeavor
- The Planning Environment
SECTION 6: NEW DIRECTIONS IN PLANNING: A CHANGING THEORY?
- Challenges in Today’s World
- Is Planning Theory changing?
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