Includes bibliographical references (p. 3).
|Statement||Marta Escuin-Rubio, Jerome Kaufman.|
|Series||CPL bibliography ;, no. 290|
|Contributions||Kaufman, Jerome L.|
|LC Classifications||Z5942 .G53 1993, HT166 .G53 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||22 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||22|
|LC Control Number||93001261|
Some planners limit discussions of ethics to simple, though important, questions about the propriety of their daily activities. This approach to ethics restricts discussion of professional ethics to the propriety of everyday social and professional relationships. It ignores the broader ethical content of planning practice, methods, and by: The author offers planners a way to recognize the ethical conflicts that arise in everyday practice, analyze them using ""practical moral reasoning,"" apply relevant sections of the AICP Code of Ethics and the APA/AICP Ethical Principles in Planning (both of Cited by: Ethics in Planning contains a variety of representative papers to capture the current state of thinking. This book will be important as a text for survey classes in professional ethics given by. The book proposes a set of original contributions in research areas shared by planning theory, architectural research, design and ethical inquiry. The contributors gathered in at the Ethics of the Built Environment seminar organized by the editors at Delft University of : Claudia Basta.
This book is on the suggested reading list for planners preparing to take the AICP exam. As veteran planner Carol Barrett points out, the most troublesome conflicts for planners aren't between good and bad, they're between competing good, neither of which can be fully achieved. The 54 real-world scenarios described here typify the tough moral dilemmas that confront today's practioners. Ethics and planning research, by Francesco Lo Piccolo. and Huw Thomas, Surrey, England, Ashgate, , literature on ethics in planning research. The book is. an invaluable compilation of. Ethics in Planning. Certified planners — members of the American Institute of Certified Planners — pledge to uphold high standards of practice, ethics, and professional conduct. As such, the AICP Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct helps AICP members negotiate tough ethical . Ethical Principles in Planning (As Adopted by the APA Board, May ) This statement is a guide to ethical conduct for all who participate in the process of planning as .
On Ap , more than 1, American Planning Association (APA) members attended a session entitled Ethics in Planning at the National Planning Conference in Las Vegas. During the session, a panel of three planning professionals and AICP Code of Ethics experts shared personal experiences, discussed scenarios and answered audience questions. Ethics for the Planning Professional #3 Scenario A public planning agency has recently completed the first draft of a plan to establish several park and ride facilities in outlying areas of the city. The head of the agency has been meeting with a variety of neighborhood groups to gain their support for this Size: KB. Chapter 3—Ethics and the Planning Commissioner Page 4 planning, then the work has to be organized so that residents can find out what is going on and can make their points of view known. Standard procedures also help ensure that issues will be properly aired without undue influence either in fact, or in appearance. Acting EthicallyAuthor: Faicp Carol D. Barrett. Book Description. The consideration of ethics in social research has gained increasing prominence in the past few years, particularly research which seeks to inform public policy. This important and unique book provides a thorough examination of the issues relating to research ethics in planning for an international audience.