Introduction: The Participatory Turn in Urbanism

@inproceedings{Kriv2013IntroductionTP,
  title={Introduction: The Participatory Turn in Urbanism},
  author={Maro{\vs} Kriv{\'y} and T. Kaminer},
  year={2013}
}
This issue of Footprint examines the recent participatory turn in urban planning and urban design. It discusses the co-opting of participatory processes by planning departments, the systematic disregard of inequalities, and the empowering of the market resulting from the ‘anti-statism’ present in many participatory schemes. What is the relationship between the institutionalisation of participation and the practices of autonomy, self-organisation, and inclusion? When and how does genuine… Expand
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