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Sandercock, Leonie

Multimedia Explorations in Urban Policy and Planning

Sandercock, Leonie - Multimedia Explorations in Urban Policy and Planning, ebook

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Table of contents

1. Film Works Wonders: Analysis, History and Town Plan United in a Single Representation
Leonardo Ciacci

2. From the Campfire to the Computer: An Epistemology of Multiplicity and the Story Turn in Planning
Leonie Sandercock

3. Beyond the Flatlands: Digital Ethnographies in the Planning Field
Giovanni Attili

4. Mobilizing the Human Spirit: An Experiment in Film as Social Research, Community Engagement and Policy Dialogue
Leonie Sandercock

5. (Re)Presenting the Street: Video and Visual Culture in Planning
Elihu Rubin

6. Digital Media and the Politics of Disaster Recovery in New Orleans
Jacob A. Wagner

7. Social Justice and Video: Imagining as a Right in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside
Jessica Hallenbeck

8. “The Beginning of Something”: Using Video as a Tool in Community Engagement
Wendy Sarkissian

9. “La Campagna che si fa Metropoli”: Film as Discovery
Leonardo Ciacci

10. Representations of an Unsettled City: Hypermedial Landscapes in Rome
Giovanni Attili

11. Seeing and Being Seen: The Potential of Multimedia as a Reflexive Planning Methodology
Penny Gurstein

12. Participatory Design and Howard Roark: The Story of the Detroit Collaborative Design Center
Sheri Blake

13. Learning as an Aesthetic Experience: Digital Pedagogies in Planning Didactics
Lidia Decandia

14. Cinema and the “City of the Mind”: Using Motion Pictures to Explore Human–Environment Transactions in Planning Education
Michael Dudley

15. Stinging Real! Four Essays on the Transformative Power of Films and Storytelling in Planning Education
Andrew Isserman, Anuttama Dasgupta, Susy Hemphill, Mallory Rahe

16. Conclusions
Leonie Sandercock, Giovanni Attili

Keywords: Social Sciences, Human Geography, Landscape/Regional and Urban Planning, Regional and Cultural Studies

Author(s)
 
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2010
Language
en
Edition
1
Series
Urban and Landscape Perspectives
Page amount
33 pages
Category
Society
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9789048132096

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