Urban Planning in a Multicultural Society

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ethnocentric or unicultural perspective, or to focus overwhelmingly on balance sheet accounting and monetized economic factors.

Finally, with respect to the training of new planners and further theoretical development in the planning field, scholars need to explicitly identify the limits of the acceptance of multiculturalism exhibited in the literatures on which they rely for different insights and understandings of causes and consequences of planning outcomes.


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