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  • Author:
    William Peterman
  • ISBN:
    0761911995
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    Sage Publications, Incorporated; 1 edition (December 1, 1999)
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Xiii, 191 pages : 24 cm. "This book explores the promise and limits of bottom-up, grass-roots strategies of community organizing, development, and planning as blueprints for successful revitalization and maintenance of urban neighborhoods.

Xiii, 191 pages : 24 cm. Peterman proposes conditions that need to be met for bottom-up strategies to succeed. Successful neighborhood development depends not only on local actions, but also on the ability of local groups to marshal resources and political will at levels above that of the neighborhood itself.

This book explores the promise and limits of bottom-up, grassroots strategies of community development, and planning as blueprints for successful revitalization and maintenance of urban.

This book explores the promise and limits of bottom-up, grassroots strategies of community development, and planning as blueprints for successful revitalization and maintenance of urban neighborhood. Your list has reached the maximum number of items. Please create a new list with a new name; move some items to a new or existing list; or delete some items. Your request to send this item has been completed.

The Potential and Limits of Grassroots Action. Doing Planning for Grass-Roots Neighborhood Development. William Peterman - Chicago State University, USA. Series: Cities and Planning. This book explores the promise and limits of bottom-up, grass-roots strategies of community organizing, development, and planning as blueprints for successful revitalization and maintenance of urban neighborhoods. Bill Peterman offers important insights from his long experience in Chicago on neighborhood planning and community-based development.

THIS BOOK IS about neighbourhoods, neighbourhood-based grassroots development efforts and the role that planning can and does play in strengthening neighbourhood development efforts

THIS BOOK IS about neighbourhoods, neighbourhood-based grassroots development efforts and the role that planning can and does play in strengthening neighbourhood development efforts. Chapter 2 begins with discussions of the meanings of neighbourhood and the community, Chapter 3 with the notion of empowerment. In this chapter, it is argued that empowerment means different things, depending on the ideological context in which the term is used. The author offers an alternative meaning, one that is more supportive of true community development.

By: Peterman, William. Material type: BookSeries: Cities & planning series. Publisher: Thousand Oaks : Sage Publications, c2000Description: xiii, 191 p. : il. maps ; 23 c. SBN: 0761911987 (alk. paper); 0761911995 (pbk. : alk. paper). Subject(s): Community development, Urban Community development, Urban - Illinois - Chicago - Case studies Urban renewal Urban renewal - Illinois - Chicago Neighborhoods Neighborhoods. Illinois - Chicago v Case studiesDDC classification: 30. 36216 Online resources: Publisher description Table of contents only

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Exploring the promise and limits of grassroots strategies for community organizating, development and planning, this book looks at how they can be used in the revitalization and maintenance of urban neighbourhoods. The book presents a number of case studies from the United States, analyzing the reasons for success and failure, and concludes with recommendations in the form of a "tool kit" for planners and community leaders.

Exploring the promise and limits of grassroots strategies for community organizing, development and planning, this book looks at how they can be used in the revitalization and maintenance of urban neighborhoods.

Neighborhood planning and community-based development: The potential and limits of grassroots action. raduate Division in City and Regional PlanningUniversity of MemphisMemphisUSA. Cite this entry as: Reardon . Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications. 2014) Community-Based Planning.

Exploring the promise and limits of grassroots strategies for community organizing, development and planning, this book looks at how they can be used in the revitalization and maintenance of urban neighborhoods

Exploring the promise and limits of grassroots strategies for community organizing, development and planning, this book looks at how they can be used in the revitalization and maintenance of urban neighborhoods.

Exploring the promise and limits of grassroots strategies for community organizing, development and planning, this book looks at how they can be used in the revitalization and maintenance of urban neighborhoods. The book presents a number of case studies from the United States, analyzing the reasons for success and failure, and concludes with recommendations in the form of a "tool kit" for planners and community leaders.