The Human Values of City Planning

James H. Berson

DOI: 10.2190/U87L-PXW7-BT29-P4UX


Values have been defined as "conceptions of the desirable, influencing behavior." This article places the value issue into the context of city planning. An argument supporting the connection between values and city planning as a behavioral output is set forth and a study in progress seeking to quantify the relationship is described.

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