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Patsy Healey

Communicative Planning

Patsey Healey has provided a significant contribution to discussions regarding communicative planning and complex systems.


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Collaborative Planning : Shaping Places in Fragmented Societies

Collaborative planning : shaping places in fragmented societies. [Patsy Healey] (Book, 2006)

Urban complexity and spatial strategies : towards a relational planning for our times (eBook, 2007) [WorldCat.org]

Get this from a library! Urban complexity and spatial strategies : towards a relational planning for our times. [Patsy Healey]

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Communicative planning  broadens the scope of voices engaged in planning processes. How does complexity help  us understand the productive capacity of these diverse agents?

A growing number of spatial planners are realizing that they need to harness many voices in order to navigate the complexities of the planning process. Communicative strategies aim to move from a top-down approach of planning, to one that engages many voices from the bottom up.

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Non-Linearity
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Nested Orders
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Emergence
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Adaptive Capacity
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