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  • Jean Hillier
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  • 03 May 2017
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Shadows of Power

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Tructures By unpacking these and bring them together as influences on participants' communication she reveals influences at work in decision making processes that were previously invisibleIf planning theory is to be of real use to practitioners it needs to address practice as it is actually encountered in the worlds of planning officers and elected representatives Hillier shed light on the shadows so that practitioners may be better able to understand the circumstances in which they find themselves and act effectively in what is in reality a messy highly politicised decision making process.

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Es meanings and values of the local people and the planners concerned Nor can it be fully represented as a linear planning process concentrating on traditional planning policy making and decision making ideas of survey analysis plan or officer recommendation council decision implementation Such notions assume that policy and decision making proceed in a relatively technocratic and value neutral unidirectional step wise process towards a finite end point In this book Jean Hiller explores ways in which different values and mind sets may affect planning outcomes and relate to systemic power s.

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Shadows of Power examines public policy and in particular the communicative processes of policy and decision making It explore the important who how and why issues of policy decisions Who really takes the decisions How are they arrived at and why were such processes used What relations of power may be revealed between the various participantsUsing stories from planning practices this book shows that local planning decisions particularly those which involve consideration of issues of 'public space' cannot be understood separately from the socially constructed subjective territorial identiti.