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People and plans; essays on urban problems and solutions [by] Herbert J. Gans.

New York, Basic Books [1968] .
ISBN 9780465054596, 0465054587, 0465054595, 9780465054589

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Subjects City Planning -- Essays.
City planning -- United States.
City planning.
EE. UU. -- Política social.
États-Unis -- Politique sociale.
Politique urbaine -- Etats-Unis.
Poverty -- Essays.
Race Relations -- Essays.
Social policy.
Sociale problemen.
Socioeconomic Factors -- Essays.
United States -- Social policy.
United States.
Urbanisme -- Etats-Unis.
Urbanisme -- États-Unis.
Villes -- États-Unis.
Description xvii, 395 pages 25 cm
Copyright Date [1968]
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Also issued online.
Contents Environment and behavior -- The potential environment and the effective environment -- The effect of a community on its residents: some considerations for sociological theory and planning practice -- Urban vitality and the fallacy of physical determinism -- Urbanism and suburbanism as ways of life; a re-evaluation of definitions -- City planning and goal-oriented planning -- City planning in America: a sociological analysis -- The goal-oriented approach to planning -- Memorandum on social planning -- Supplier-oriented and user-oriented planning for the public library -- Outdoor recreation and mental health -- Planning for the suburbs and new towns -- The suburban community and its way of life -- Diversity and homogeneity in American culture -- Planning and social life: friendship and neighbor relations in suburban communities -- The balanced community: Homogeneity or heterogeneity in residential areas -- Planning for the everyday life and problems of suburban and new town residents -- Planning against urban poverty and segregation -- The human implications of slum clearance and relocation -- Social and physical planning for the elimination of urban poverty -- Redefining the settlement's function for the war on poverty -- The racial crisis -- The negro family: reflections on the Moynihan report -- Negro problems and white fantasies -- Culture and class in the study of poverty: an approach to antipoverty research -- The ghetto rebellions -- The prospects of eliminating poverty and segregation -- Another Approach to sociological analysis and planning -- Suburbia reclaimed -- The disenchanted suburbanite -- The poverty tour -- The princes and the paupers -- The white problem.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)261196
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WorldCat Identities Gans, Herbert J.
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