Sociologia e piani strategici territoriali: alcune osservazioni sull'esperienza italiana

Author/s Annick Magnier
Publishing Year 2009 Issue 2009/89
Language Italian Pages 49 P. 73-121 File size 514 KB
DOI 10.3280/SUR2009-089003
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Sociology and territorial strategic planning: some consideration about Italian experience - This work compares two important recent Italian spatial planning movements: the physical planning reform and the territorial strategic planning diffusion. While the former has generated some legal institutional moments and a new juridical reference system, the second has bred a community of different knowledge and informal collective actions that seem disparate in their output. Moreover, these two cultural movements appear as originated by different knowledge: town planning and jurisprudence for the former and social and administration sciences such as economics and, in particular, sociology for the second. There are many advantages deriving from strategic planning, anyway they are darkened by some adaptation problems due to the organization nature. The author aims, in this work, to consolidate the useful tie between intellectual system on one side and administrative and political system on the other side, to give strategic planning the possibility to make its most.

Keywords: Urban sociology and spatial planning, models of strategic planning, professional skill, public deliberation, advocacy planning, urban coalitions.

Annick Magnier, Sociologia e piani strategici territoriali: alcune osservazioni sull'esperienza italiana in "SOCIOLOGIA URBANA E RURALE" 89/2009, pp 73-121, DOI: 10.3280/SUR2009-089003