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Guerrillas in the bureaucracy: the community planning experiment in the United States [by] Martin L. Needleman [and] Carolyn Emerson Needleman.

; Needleman, Carolyn Emerson, 1941- author
New York, Wiley [1974] .
ISBN 0471630993, 9780471630999

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Other Authors Needleman, Carolyn Emerson, 1941-
Subjects Bürokratie.
City planning -- United States.
City planning.
Lokaal bestuur.
Opbouwwerk.
Planning.
Stadtplanung.
United States.
Urbanisme -- États-Unis.
Series Wiley series in urban research.
Description xvi, 368 pages 22 cm.
Copyright Date [1974]
Notes "A Wiley-Interscience publication."
Includes bibliographical references (pages 360-364).
Also issued online.
Contents Part I: The community planning experiment -- 1. The rise of community planning -- 2. Tradition and innovation in the planning department -- Part II: The planner and his community -- 3. The planner in search of community -- 4. Community planning dilemmas -- 5. The community planning pressure system -- Part III: The planner and his department -- 6. The significance of organizational chaos -- 7. Polarization in the planning department: old versus new planning -- 8. Department controls and guerrilla evasions -- Part IV: The planner and city hall -- 9. Crossing the lines: community planners and the operating agencies -- 10. Tempting the fates: the problem of bureaucratic backlash -- Part V: The planner and his role -- 11. The deeper disillusionment: psychological responses of community planners to their work. Part VI: Conclusions -- 12. Community planning: a necessary step backward.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)749831
(OCoLC)ocm00749831
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Needleman, Martin L., 1936-
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