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Course Detail

 
Term Fall 2018
Class URP 522
Class Title Collaborative Planning
Description Collaborative Planning --- Conflict and disagreement are inevitable parts of the urban planning process. This course provides students the opportunity to learn skills and techniques of collaborative planning, the practice of engaging diverse people and groups to resolve disputes and come to agreements. Topics covered will include interest-based negotiation, stakeholder analysis, facilitation, mediation, the consensus building approach to multiparty negotiation, and the design of urban planning processes. Special attention will be paid to race, gender, and cultural diversity, as well as the role of power and expert knowledge. Students will explore these topics through in-class exercises and simulations, case analysis, readings, and discussion.
Prereq none
Crosslist none
Required No
Elective No
Meets Tuesday/Thursday 1:00-2:30pm 2210 A&AB

Credits 3
Faculty Robert Goodspeed
Syllabus not available
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