Urban design plans offer a window into the values of the urban design profession, but we have little knowledge of how they have changed over time, and the implications for design practice. The study provides a critical evaluation of the vision, methods, and content of urban design plans in large North American cities and a comparison with earlier generations of plans. Contemporary plans display fewer types of methods, less analytical rigor, and less emphasis on participatory practices than previous generations of plans. They reveal a greater focus on sustainability, but less concern about diversity, equity, and economic development.
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- Patient activation, depression and quality of life – Corrected Proof
- Addiction science advocacy: Mobilizing political support to influence public policy – Corrected Proof
- Adolescent Anorexia Nervosa: Cognitive performance after weight recovery – Corrected Proof
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