His interest and experience in international and comparative planning led to his participation in an Interreg project involving Scottish, Dutch, Norwegian and Swedish local authorities as partners, and a study of the extent to which Interreg has helped to apply the European Spatial Development perspective. He has co-authored with Karryn Kirk a Scoping Study on Polycentric Urban Development for use by practising planners in Interreg projects. His monthly column in ^D<"Planning^D " magazine is widely read in the UK and abroad.
Cliff Hague, Paul Jenkins. The central concern of this book is place identity, and its representation and manipulation through planning. Place identity is of growing international concern, both in planning practice and in academic work. The issue is important to practitioners because of the impact of globalisation on notions of place.
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collaborations in strategic planning Paul Jenkins 7: Local participation and place identity Karryn Kirk 8: Identity .
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The opening chapters, particularly those of Hague and Jenkins, pose some of the important issues within the emergent ESDP context, at the intersection between local identity and the European vision as it is framed by national regulatory frameworks. At the heart of this exploration is Hague's question, 'whose interests define those place narratives?' (p. 11). Does the text provide a response to this question? It is here that the dilemma lies.
This paper reports a study of planning processes in the five-disc Tower of London (TOL) task in 20 younger .
This paper reports a study of planning processes in the five-disc Tower of London (TOL) task in 20 younger and 20 older adult participants. A concurrent direct ''think-aloud'' method was used to obtain data on planning processes prior to moving discs in the TOL. A check was made of the effects of verbalising by comparing performance data from the experimental groups with data from control groups. who did not verbalise during planning or moving.