Matthews P & Satsangi M (2007) Planners, Developers and Power: A critical discourse analysis of the redevelopment of Leith Docks, Scotland. Planning Practice and Research, 22 (4), pp. 495-511. https://doi.org/10.1080/02697450701770043
The article focuses on the implication of Critical Discourse Analysis (CDA) on the redevelopment of Leith Docks in Scotland. Spatial planning policies extend the planning practice and make practitioners become aware of discussions between planners and developers. Planners used a professional discourse based on theories of urban design and sustainability to add weight to their policies, and CDA techniques uncovered economic realities that belied developments and policy directions.
analysis; CRITICAL discourse analysis; Design; Development; developments; DIRECTION; discourse; Discourse analysis; Economic; PLANNERS; PLANNING; policies; Policy; Power; Practice; PRACTITIONER; practitioners; professional; Reality; Scotland; Spatial; SUSTAINABILITY; Techniques; Theories; THEORY; WEIGHT
Planning Practice and Research: Volume 22, Issue 4
|Publisher||Carfax Pub. Co.|
|Place of publication||Abingdon, UK|