6 edition of Conflict, Consensus, and Rationality in Environmental Planning found in the catalog.
April 1, 2003
by Oxford University Press, USA
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||210|
Few aspects of American military history have been as vigorously debated as Harry Truman's decision to use atomic bombs against Japan. In this carefully crafted volume, Michael Kort describes the wartime circumstances and thinking that form the context for the decision to use these weapons, surveys the major debates related to that decision, and provides a comprehensive collection of key. Ford Professor of Urban and Environmental Planning at the Recent Books. Perspectives on Water Diplomacy: Key Findings, Remaining Challenges, and Future Directions. Reflections on David Godschalk’s Contributions to Planning as Consensus Building. Journal of the American Planning Association, 85(1), pp
Professor Susskind's research interests focus on the theory and practice of negotiation and dispute resolution, the practice of public engagement in local decision-making, entrepreneurial negotiation, global environmental treaty-making, the resolution of science-intensive policy disputes, renewable energy policy, climate change adaptation, socially-responsible real estate development and the. This book provides an overview of environmental conflicts, collaborative skills, and universal principles to assist in re-thinking and acting toward the common good, integrates a variety of new real-world conflicts as a foundation for building trust, skills, consensus, and capacity, and explains pathways to collectively construct a relationship.
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Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Conflict, Consensus, and Rationality in Environmental Cited by: 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. Price: $ Download Conflict Consensus And Rationality In Environmental Planning books, We all now recognize the importance of talk today.
In policy settings, there are more and more calls for consultation, collaboration, and deliberation. This is particularly the case in environmental planning, with its disputes over genetically modified organisms, power.
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[Yvonne Rydin] -- We all now recognize the importance of talk today. In policy settings, there are more and more calls for consultation, collaboration, and deliberation. This is particularly the case in environmental. Conflict, Consensus, and Consensus in Environmental Planning An Institutional Discourse Approach Yvonne Rydin Oxford Geographical and Environmental Studies Series.
Highlights the growing interest in the role of discourse in environmental planning; Combines theory, reported research, and original empirical case studies.
Environmental Planning: Introducing the Discourse Approach; 2. Discourse and Environmental Planning; 3. Discourses, Communication, and Discursive Strategies: An Institutionalist Framework; 4.
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They call this new approach collaborative rationality. Instrumental rationality -- the traditional way of making the case for what needs to be done and why in the public arena -- has given way to collaborative approaches to generating.
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[Yvonne Rydin] -- We all now recognize the importance of talk today. In policy settings, there are more and more calls for consultation, collaboration, and deliberation. This is particularly the case in environmental.
Its main purpose is to identify barriers to discursive rationality, i.e. rational consensus, in environmental planning, focusing mainly on the questions of trust and power.
Using a case from municipal wastewater planning, we attempt to link the established insights on the value of rational discourse with questions of barriers to rational consensus.
Corresponding Author. Australian National University. Simon Niemeyer is an Australian Post‐doctoral Research Fellow at the Research School of Social Sciences, The Australian National University, where he is also a member of the Deliberative Democracy Research Group.
His main current research focus concerns the micro‐politics of deliberation and the application of empirical methods for. Conflict, consensus, and rationality in environmental planning: an institutional discourse approach By Yvonne Rydin Topics: GE Environmental Sciences.
They identify two major weaknesses in consensus-based decision making for environmental management: (1) participants are preoccupied with political agendas, rendering the environmental goal secondary to the consensus-based process itself, and (2) although all relevant stakeholders may participate in the environmental management, not all voices.
Given the problems and risks of our time ± environmental, social, demographic; and consensus-dependent, that is, rational. We see that in articles and books on mainstream planning theory.
Description. Conflict Management is the practice of recognizing and dealing with disputes in a rational, balanced and effective way. Conflict management implemented within a business environment usually involves effective communication, problem resolving abilities and good negotiating skills to restore the focus to the company’s overall goals.
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Download Rationality And The Environment books, Environmental assessment and management involve the. Keywords compromise, conflict, consensus, ethics, planning theory References Allain, S () Negotiation as an interpretive tool of conflict transformation in deliberative situations: Learning from the French “Public Debate” on the extension of the highway La Francilienne.
Juliana E. Birkhoff is an experienced mediator, facilitator, trainer, and conflict resolution scholar. She focuses her practice on complex scientific and technical problems about water quality and quantity, watershed planning and restoration, land use and development, pesticides and chemicals policies and community right to know issues, and other natural resources and public health issues.sions.
However, when a conflict becomes intense, it can be detrimental to the team. Conflict may reduce the team’s ability to reach consensus, hurt social relations in the team, and reduce acceptance of its decisions (Amason, ).
For a production or service team, the impact of task-related conflict. In their extraordinary new book, Planning With Complexity (Routledge, ), Judith Innes and David Booher make the case for a new way of knowing and deciding.
They call this new approach collaborative rationality. Instrumental rationality -- the traditional way of making the case for what needs to be done and why in the public arena -- has given way to collaborative approaches to .