A Case Study Approach
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Planning Canada introduces students to the fascinating discipline of community and regional planning by exploring the diversity of planning research and practice in Canada. Featuring over thirty compelling case studies, this engaging resource illustrates the multidisciplinary and participatory approach that planners use in developing and implementing policies, plans, and programs. Practical and accessible, Planning Canada helps students think critically about the current challenges and opportunities planners face as they work to meet the diverse needs of communities across Canada.
|Sold By||OUP Canada|
|ISBNs||0199008078, 9780199008070, 0199008078, 9780199008070, 0199008086, 9780199008087|
|Number of Pages||457|