Question: Planning theory has developed over the years. What type of trends hav
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Planning theory has developed over the years. What type of trends have been important?
Discuss at least three such trends in terms of the content and lines of conflicts in the planning
debate! (max 3 pages, times new roman 12).
Note: Your writeup and references must come from the course literature and not outside it.Anything out the course literature is a fail for you.
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