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Engaging the Future will be most useful for, or have most impact upon, students and junior planners. Given the emphasis of the book on wider participation in the planning process it should be read by more than just planners and students however. Well-produced with uncomplicated language, useful figures, and a glossary of planning terms, this book will be accessible and valuable both to the policy makers calling upon the services of planners and to the citizens and stakeholders who will be influenced by the outcomes of their actions.
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Each chapter is by a different author so it is a mixed bag. Some of them are so painfully boring and poorly written that you want to give yourself paper cuts to stay awake. Others are quite useful and ... Read full review
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