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on to explore how knowledge is and re conceptualized through dialogue The final section of the book considers the need for reflexivity in professional practiceThis book is the first to analyze the urban context of information production and argue for professional integration between urban and KNOWLEDGE PRACTITIONERS ACADEMICS AND PROFESSIONALS WITHIN practitioners Academics and professionals within studies spatial analysis museum studies and sociology will benefit from reading this boo. I
tics of inclusion and segregation Case studies include cities such as Liverpool UK Medellin Colombia and Berlin Germany These cities have recently experienced a major historical change which has affected their urban identity This book ooks at how cities can use major civic projects to reconstruct their own narrative Two urban identity This book ooks at how cities can use major civic projects to reconstruct their own
Narrative Two Themes Are Considered Modes Of
Two themes are considered modes of capture and transformation through dialogue and the interfaces and earning of informat. This book explores the role of dialogue
In Urban Community Formations And Specifically Focuses
urban community formations and specifically focuses the need for civic dialogue within urban spacesIt examines the relationships between people and place in cities analyzing how contrasting ocal narratives are constructed BY COMMUNITY MEMBERS AND PROFESSIONAL PRACTITIONERS DRAWING ON THEORY community members and professional practitioners *Drawing On Theory Method *
on theory method book analyzes patterns within the city that affect community members' engagements with spaces and the pol.