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11.302J / 4.235J Urban Design Politics, Spring 2003

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dc.contributor.author Vale, Lawrence en_US
dc.coverage.temporal Spring 2003 en_US
dc.date.issued 2003-06
dc.identifier 11.302J-Spring2003
dc.identifier local: 11.302J
dc.identifier local: 4.235J
dc.identifier local: IMSCP-MD5-fbf1b61a694036a1bd559ca2073b1dbb
dc.identifier.uri http://hdl.handle.net/1721.1/65072
dc.description.abstract This is a seminar about the ways that urban design contributes to the distribution of political power and resources in cities. "Design," in this view, is not some value-neutral aesthetic applied to efforts at urban development but is, instead, an integral part of the motives driving that development. The class investigates the nature of the relations between built form and political purposes through close examination of a wide variety of situations where public and private sector design commissions and planning processes have been clearly motivated by political pressures, as well as situations where the political assumptions have remained more tacit. We will explore cases from both developed and developing countries. en_US
dc.language en-US en_US
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dc.subject urban design en_US
dc.subject urban politics en_US
dc.subject design politics en_US
dc.subject political extremes en_US
dc.subject urban resilience en_US
dc.subject public housing en_US
dc.subject architecture en_US
dc.subject political values en_US
dc.subject aesthetics en_US
dc.subject gender politics en_US
dc.subject power en_US
dc.subject capitol design en_US
dc.title 11.302J / 4.235J Urban Design Politics, Spring 2003 en_US
dc.title.alternative Urban Design Politics en_US


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