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The Routledge Companion to Rural Planning

A Handbook for Practice

Edited by: Mark Scott , Nick Gallent , Menelaos Gkartzios

Print publication date:  January  2019
Online publication date:  January  2019

Print ISBN: 9781138104051
eBook ISBN: 9781315102375
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<P><EM>The Routledge Companion to Rural Planning</EM> provides a critical account and state of the art review of rural planning in the early years of the twenty-first century. </P> <P>Looking across different international experiences ? from Europe, North America and Australasia to the transition and emerging economies, including BRIC and former communist states&nbsp;? it aims to develop new conceptual propositions and theoretical insights, supported by detailed case studies and reviews of available data. The Companion gives coverage to emerging topics in the field and seeks to position rural planning in the broader context of global challenges: climate change, the loss of biodiversity, food and energy security, and low carbon futures. It also looks at old, established questions in new ways: at social and spatial justice, place shaping, economic development, and environmental and landscape management. Planning in the twenty-first century must grapple not only with the challenges presented by cities and urban concentration, but also grasp the opportunities ? and understand&nbsp;the risks ? arising from rural change and restructuring. Rural areas are diverse and dynamic. This Companion attempts to capture and analyse at least some of this diversity, fostering a dialogue on likely and possible rural futures between a global community of rural planning researchers.</P> <P>Primarily intended for scholars and graduate students across&nbsp;a range of disciplines, such as planning, rural geography, rural sociology, agricultural studies, development studies, environmental studies and countryside management, this book will prove to be an invaluable and up-to-date resource.</P>

Table of contents

Prelims Download PDF
Chapter  1:  New horizons in rural planning Download PDF
Chapter  2:  Defining rurality and the scope of rural planning Download PDF
Chapter  3:  The evolution of rural planning in the Global North Download PDF
Chapter  4:  Rural planning in an emerging economy Download PDF
Chapter  5:  Sustainable and resilient ruralities Download PDF
Chapter  6:  Production, consumption and protection Download PDF
Chapter  7:  Land, property and reform Download PDF
Chapter  8:  Legal enforcement of spatial and environmental injustice Download PDF
Chapter  9:  Rurality and multi-level governance Download PDF
Chapter  10:  The neoliberal countryside Download PDF
Chapter  11:  Market-based instruments and rural planning in America Download PDF
Chapter  12:  Community ownership of rural assets Download PDF
Chapter  13:  The dark side of community Download PDF
Chapter  14:  Revisiting neo-endogenous rural development Download PDF
Chapter  15:  Regional planning and rural development Download PDF
Chapter  16:  Rural planning and the financial crisis Download PDF
Chapter  17:  Rural innovation and small business development Download PDF
Chapter  18:  The creative class doing business in the countryside Download PDF
Chapter  19:  Payments for ecosystem services and the rural economy Download PDF
Chapter  20:  Spatial planning and the rural economy Download PDF
Chapter  21:  Rural population geographies in the changing differentiated countryside Download PDF
Chapter  22:  Housing and sustainable rural communities Download PDF
Chapter  23:  Second homes, housing consumption and planning responses Download PDF
Chapter  24:  Community health planning Download PDF
Chapter  25:  Mobilities, accessibility and social justice Download PDF
Chapter  26:  Art as rural planning inquiry Download PDF
Chapter  27:  Social inclusion, identities and planning practice Download PDF
Chapter  28:  Planning the farmyard Download PDF
Chapter  29:  Queerying rural planning Download PDF
Chapter  30:  Planning for an ageing countryside Download PDF
Chapter  31:  Rural infrastructures Download PDF
Chapter  32:  Settlement, strategy and planning Download PDF
Chapter  33:  The complementarity of participatory and strategic village planning Download PDF
Chapter  34:  Village design and distinctiveness Download PDF
Chapter  35:  Conserving rural heritage Download PDF
Chapter  36:  Contours and challenges of rural change in transition economies Download PDF
Chapter  37:  Planning strategically in light of rural decline Download PDF
Chapter  38:  National parks as countryside management Download PDF
Chapter  39:  Participatory methods for identifying cultural heritage landscapes Download PDF
Chapter  40:  The future of green belts Download PDF
Chapter  41:  Rediscovering the rural–urban fringe Download PDF
Chapter  42:  Integrating green infrastructure within landscape perspectives to planning Download PDF
Chapter  43:  Landscape and wellbeing Download PDF
Chapter  44:  Rewilding as rural land management Download PDF
Chapter  45:  Post-carbon ruralities Download PDF
Chapter  46:  Planning for rural communities and major renewable energy infrastructure Download PDF
Chapter  47:  Hydraulic fracturing in rural communities Download PDF
Chapter  48:  Mineral extraction and fragile landscapes Download PDF
Chapter  49:  Food security and planning Download PDF
Chapter  50:  Land grabbing and rural governance in the former Soviet Union Download PDF
Chapter  51:  Reframing rural planning Download PDF
Chapter  52:  Rural governance and power structures Download PDF
Chapter  53:  The future of rural places Download PDF
Chapter  54:  Planning rural futures Download PDF
Index Download PDF
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