Planning inquiries as a research issue.

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Abstract

Examines the state's involvement in the planning process in Britain, as illustrated by the significance and character of the planning inquiry. Spatial tensions constitute an addition to normal political cleavages. Frequently, they emerge as a result of the planning process, which is increasingly responsible for the location of major negative externalities upon the landscape. -J.Sheail

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationPolitical studies from spatial perspectives
EditorsA.D. Burnett, P.J. Taylor
PublisherWiley
Pages237-244
Number of pages8
StatePublished - 1981
Externally publishedYes

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Kirby, A. (1981). Planning inquiries as a research issue. In A. D. Burnett, & P. J. Taylor (Eds.), Political studies from spatial perspectives (pp. 237-244). Wiley.

Planning inquiries as a research issue. / Kirby, Andrew.

Political studies from spatial perspectives. ed. / A.D. Burnett; P.J. Taylor. Wiley, 1981. p. 237-244.

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Kirby, A 1981, Planning inquiries as a research issue. in AD Burnett & PJ Taylor (eds), Political studies from spatial perspectives. Wiley, pp. 237-244.
Kirby A. Planning inquiries as a research issue. In Burnett AD, Taylor PJ, editors, Political studies from spatial perspectives. Wiley. 1981. p. 237-244
Kirby, Andrew. / Planning inquiries as a research issue. Political studies from spatial perspectives. editor / A.D. Burnett ; P.J. Taylor. Wiley, 1981. pp. 237-244
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