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Young Children’s Planning Collaborative Problem-solving

Although there have been a number of studies with children in the age range of 4 to 9 years of age performing joint planning tasks with adults and sometimes peers, ours is the first experimental study of young children’s planning … Continue reading

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A Planner’s Encounter With Complexity

Spatial planning is about dealing with our ‘everyday’ environment. In A Planner’s Encounter with Complexity we present various understandings of complexity and how the environment is considered accordingly. One of these considerations is the environment as subject to processes of … Continue reading

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Complexity and Planning: Systems, Assemblages and Simulations

This book provides a readable overview, presenting and relating a range of understandings and characteristics of complexity and complex systems as they are relevant to planning. It recognizes multiple, relational approaches of dynamic complexity which enhance understandings of, and facilitate … Continue reading

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