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Situating Communicative Planning Theory: Context, Power, and Knowledge
The purpose of this paper is to contribute to an emerging body of critique of communicative planning theory (CPT). The critiques in the paper are grounded in analysis of situated planning practice inExpand
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Neoliberalist Planning? Re‐thinking and Re‐casting Sydney's Metropolitan Planning
This paper argues that neoliberalism should be viewed not as a unified coherent project but as a series of complex and overlapping strategies that produce hybrid and always emergent forms ofExpand
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Watering the suburbs: distinction, conformity and the suburban garden
Research on domestic water use has conventionally been confined to understanding the role of physical variables such as rainfall and temperature in influencing patterns of consumption. In limitingExpand
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Understanding Master-Planned Estates in Australian Cities: A Framework for Research
Master-planned estates (MPEs) are becoming increasingly important as a part of the urban residential fabric and have recently begun to attract significant research attention. Our purpose in thisExpand
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State, Strategy, and Scale in the Competitive City: A Neo-Gramscian Analysis of the Governance of ‘Global Sydney’
In this paper I argue that a neo-Gramscian strategic relational approach (SRA) offers the relational and constructivist perspectives necessary to enhance our concrete and theoretical understandingsExpand
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Changing Approaches to Urban Planning in an ‘Entrepreneurial City’: The Case of Dublin
The paper reviews the manner in which urban planning in Dublin has changed in response to central government urban renewal initiatives and an increasing ethos of entrepreneurialism within the localExpand
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Using questionnaires in qualitative human geography
This chapter deals with questionnaires, an inlormation-gathering technique used frequently in mixed method research that draws on quantitative and qualitative data sources and analysis. We begin withExpand
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Drought and the future of rural communities: drought impacts and adaptation in regional Victoria, Australia
The National Climate Change Research Facility (NCCARF) is undertaking a program of Synthesis and Integrative Research to synthesise existing and emerging national and international research onExpand
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Governing Social Reproduction in Masterplanned Estates
Critical urban research arising from the ‘new urban politics’ rich heritage has conventionally privileged the politics of accumulation and the city’s downtown over the politics of social reproductionExpand
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Population growth and change: implications for Australia's cities and regions
Australia's distinctive pattern of settlement has long presented a suite of social, economic, infrastructural, and environmental challenges for the nation's cities and regions. These challenges willExpand
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