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eBook Regional Planning: Introduction and Explanation ePub

by Melville C. Branch

  • ISBN: 0275925390
  • Category: Social Sciences
  • Subcategory: Other
  • Author: Melville C. Branch
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Praeger (March 8, 1988)
  • Pages: 222
  • ePub book: 1934 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1345 kb
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  • Rating: 4.8
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MELVILLE C. BRANCH is Distinguished Professor of Planning Emeritus at the University of Southern California. He was introduced to planning as a staff member of the . National Resources Planning Board in the executive offices of President Franklin D. Roosevelt. Professor Branch has published 20 earlier books on planning, including Simulation, Planning and Society (1997), Telepower, Planning, and Society: Crisis in Communication (1994), Planning and Human Survival (1992), Planning: Universal Process (1990), and Regional Planning: Introduction and Explanation (1988), all published by Praeger.

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Regional Planning: Introduction and Explanation. Planning and Human Survival. The Planning Imperative and Human Behavior. Planning and the Human Condition: Conceptual Development, Prospective Conclusions: Writer’s Showcase, an imprint of iUniverse. BRANCH is Distinguished Professor of Planning Emeritus in the School of Urban and Regional . BRANCH is Distinguished Professor of Planning Emeritus in the School of Urban and Regional Planning at the University of Southern California, Los Angeles. His many books include Regional Planning: Introduction and Explanation (Praeger,1988), and Planning: Universal Process (Praeger, 1990). Learn about new offers and get more deals by joining our newsletter.

Planning: Universal Process is undoubtedly the best book ever written on the art and intellectual discipline that constitutes effective planning, in which every unit of our society, indeed every individual, must continually engage. Each chapter is an amazing and fascinating selection of pertinent items from anthropology, history, economics, and architecture all combined through innovative analytical reasoning that demonstrates the importance of planning in attaining success in human endeavors. Simon Ramo Co-founder, TRW, Inc. Excerpt.

Introduction and Explanation Melville C. Branch 1985 Branch focused on the development of cities and their planning and management. The tie between land use and municipal administration is explored throughout. The book was written to appeal to both a professional and general interest reader.

The author’s classic text focuses on the development of cities and how they have been planned and managed through the ages. Topics include the roots of city management and planning; physical and socioeconomic views of cities; how city planning works within city government; the ties between planning and city politics; zoning and urban design; new towns; and regional planning. This work is the culmination of the author's long career in planning practice.

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2. Melville C. Branch (1988)Regional n and Explanation, Praeger Publishers Inc. 3. Misra . (2002) Regional Planning: Concepts, Techniques, Policies and Case Studies, Concept Publishing Company, New Delhi Topics: Regional planning processes; identification of plan objectives . Early Christian Book Culture.

The literature on regional planning deals mainly with the economic development of depressed areas and urban planning. Few works treat regional planning by businesses and fewer still explore its employment by the military. Regional Planning corrects this imbalance by providing a unique introduction to the study of region types and their use for planning and operational purposes. Written in clear, accessible language and utilizing over 70 illustrations, Dr. Branch describes the many types of regions, their use by various fields of study for different purposes, and their utilization by civil governments, businesses, and the military services. In addition, examples of current practices in regional planning are discusses as well as future potential.