Regulating Place: Standards and the Shaping of Urban America

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Index
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a
A
advertisers in 1910 , 18 , 19
airlines, and urban design standards, 50-51
Albrecht, Virginia S., 11
alternatives to regulation, 333-357
about, 333
Boston Civic Design Commission, 347-351
boundaries, 351-352
design review, 353-354
environmental, 280-288
government intervention, 336-338
government involvement, 334-336
government tools, 334
influence degree, 352-353
information power, 338-354
American Dictionary of the English Language, 17
American Heritage Collegiate Dictionary,17
American Planning Association (APA), 3
American Public Health Association (APHA), 3-4
Americans with Disabilities Act, 19 , 20
analytical techniques, regulation, humans and, 324-326 , 325, 326
annexation for private use, 127-128
architectural forum, high-rise public housing, 89
Architectural Record,25

b
B
banking, urban design standards, 52
Bearskin Neck, 30-33 , 39
beautification, sidewalks, 153-155 , 154
behavior, sidewalks, 157-160 , 159
better subdivision regulations, 181-184
Black Enterprise Magazine,222
Boston Civic Design Commission, 347-351
Boston's West Broadway public housing development, 68
boundaries, alternatives to regulation, 351-352
bourgeois, Palos Verdes Estates, 243-247
Bowling Alone,190
building codes and site standards, political
economy of, 60-63

c
C
California cities sidewalks, 146-148
California Coastal Zone Conservation Initiative, 209-210
cars, standardizing public housing, 77-78
Century Dictionary, The,27
changing regulatory template, 359-370
circulation space, public realm design, 121
Cities Are Abnormal,28
cities future, voluntary cities, 198-199
City of Monterey v. Del Monte Dunes at Monterey, Ltd.,212

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