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Learning from rural planning development to encourage urban and regional planning ; indigenous villages versus city development in Bali province

Yudantini, Ni Made 2013, Learning from rural planning development to encourage urban and regional planning ; indigenous villages versus city development in Bali province, in PLANINK 2013 : Proceedings of the International Conference on Planning in The Era of Uncertainty, University of Brawijaya, Malang, Indonesia, pp. 129-139.

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Title Learning from rural planning development to encourage urban and regional planning ; indigenous villages versus city development in Bali province
Author(s) Yudantini, Ni Made
Conference name Planning in the Era of Uncertainty. Conference (2013 : Malang, East Java, Indonesia)
Conference location Malang, East Java, Indonesia
Conference dates 4-5 Mar. 2013
Title of proceedings PLANINK 2013 : Proceedings of the International Conference on Planning in The Era of Uncertainty
Editor(s) Ari, Ismu Rini Dwi
Maulidi, Chairul
Kobayashi, Kiyoshi
Publication date 2013
Conference series Planning in the Era of Uncertainty Conference
Start page 129
End page 139
Total pages 11
Publisher University of Brawijaya
Place of publication Malang, Indonesia
Summary The most important crises in the planning system is related to the significance of "capitalist state" influences [3]. In the global context, Bengs states that there is a matter partiality between "global capitalism" and "national democracy"[4]. Bengs stresses that planning is closely related to the economy of a country, which is in one side the government wants to reduce taxes, while on the other side there is a dilemma of the global and indefinite solicitation of assets. Hall (2002) discusses the problems of the city; those are city planning, history of planning, and geographical setting. City planning is not only planning in one region but also including the district around the city, such as river basin and a certain regional culture. The urban planner should involve all those aspects in the city planning. Friedmann (2003) distinguishes planning theory into three types. First, planning theory is related to planning in particular fields such as land utilization, transportation, urban design, regional development, environmental planning etc. Second, the type of theory related to planning tout court, and the third type is the theory about planning itself. Sanyal (2002) states that although planners have limited autonomy, their actions affect policy result [5]. Friedman (2003) supports Sanyal's argument stressing that planners learned from their actions not from theories.
ISBN 9789791973823
Language eng
Field of Research 120501 Community Planning
120504 Land Use and Environmental Planning
Socio Economic Objective 960708 Urban Land Policy
HERDC Research category E1 Full written paper - refereed
ERA Research output type E Conference publication
HERDC collection year 2013
Persistent URL http://hdl.handle.net/10536/DRO/DU:30058823

Document type: Conference Paper
Collection: School of Architecture and Built Environment
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