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Conflict, Consensus, and Rationality in Environmental Planning: An Institutional Discourse Approach (Oxford Geographical and Environmental Studies Series) Yvonne Rydin

Conflict, Consensus, and Rationality in Environmental Planning: An Institutional Discourse Approach (Oxford Geographical and Environmental Studies Series)

Yvonne Rydin

Published April 10th 2003
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216 pages
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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 prospectsMoreHow 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? Using a new institutionalist, theoretical framework, Yvonne Rydin tackles these key questions.