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Introduction Planning as a profession in uncertain times

Town Planning Review (2012), 83, (5), 505–512.

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THORNLEY, A. (1990), Urban Planning under Thatcherism: The Challenge of the Market, London, Routledge. Urban Planning under Thatcherism: The Challenge of the Market Google Scholar

BARNES, M., NEWMAN, J. and SULLIVAN, H. (2004), ‘Power, participation and political renewal’, Social Politics, 11, 267-79. ‘Power, participation and political renewal’ Social Politics 11 267 79 Google Scholar

BARTON, A. (2008), ‘New Labour's management, audit and "what works" approach to managing the "untrustworthy" professions’, Public Policy and Administration, 23, 263-77. ‘New Labour's management, audit and "what works" approach to managing the "untrustworthy" professions’ Public Policy and Administration 23 263 77 Google Scholar

CAMPBELL, H. (2003), ‘Interface: reforming planning systems’, Planning Theory and Practice, 4, 347-48. ‘Interface: reforming planning systems’ Planning Theory and Practice 4 347 48 Google Scholar

CAMPBELL, H., and MARSHALL, R. (2000), ‘Moral obligations, planning, and the public interest: a commentary on current British practice’, Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design, 27, 297-312. ‘Moral obligations, planning, and the public interest: a commentary on current British practice’ Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design 27 297 312 Google Scholar

CAMPBELL, H., and MARSHALL, R. (2005), ‘Professionalism and planning in Britain’, Town Planning Review, 76, 191-214. ‘Professionalism and planning in Britain’ Town Planning Review 76 191 214 Google Scholar

CONSERVATIVE PARTY (2010), Open Source Planning Green Paper, London, Conservative Party. Open Source Planning Green Paper Google Scholar

DCLG (DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITIES and LOCAL GOVERNMENT) 2012, National Planning Policy Framework, London, DCLG. Google Scholar

DTLR (DEPARTMENT FOR TRANSPORT, LOCAL GOVERNMENT and THE REGIONS) 2001, Planning Green Paper: Delivering through Planning, London, DTLR. Google Scholar

FORESTER, J. (1999), The Deliberative Practitioner: Encouraging Participatory Planning Processes, Cambridge MA, MIT Press. The Deliberative Practitioner: Encouraging Participatory Planning Processes Google Scholar

FREIDSON, E. (2001), Professionalism: The Third Logic, Cambridge, Polity Press. Professionalism: The Third Logic Google Scholar

GLEESON, D. and KNIGHTS, D. (2006), ‘Challenging dualism: public professionalism in "Troubled" Times’, Sociology, 40, 277-95. ‘Challenging dualism: public professionalism in "Troubled" Times’ Sociology 40 277 95 Google Scholar

HM GOVERNMENT (2010), The Coalition: Our Programme for Government, London, The Cabinet Office. The Coalition: Our Programme for Government Google Scholar

HOCH, C. (1994), What Planners Do: Power, Politics, Persuasion, Chicago, Planners Press/American Planning Association. What Planners Do: Power, Politics, Persuasion Google Scholar

HOGGETT, P. (2006), ‘Conflict, ambivalence and the contested purpose of public organisations’, Human Relations, 59, 175-94. ‘Conflict, ambivalence and the contested purpose of public organisations’ Human Relations 59 175 94 Google Scholar

HOGGETT, P., MAYO, M. and MILLER, C. (2008), The Dilemmas of Development Work: Ethical Challenges in Regeneration, Bristol, Policy Press. The Dilemmas of Development Work: Ethical Challenges in Regeneration Google Scholar

INCH, A. (2010), ‘Culture change as identity regulation: the complex politics of producing spatial planners’, Planning Theory and Practice, 11, 359-74. ‘Culture change as identity regulation: the complex politics of producing spatial planners’ Planning Theory and Practice 11 359 74 Google Scholar

JUPP, E. (2010), ‘Becoming public: private lives and activism among small community groups’, in C. Barnett, J. Newman and N. Mahoney (eds), Rethinking the Public: Innovations in Research, Theory and Practice, Bristol, Policy Press, 75-89. Rethinking the Public: Innovations in Research, Theory and Practice 75 89 Google Scholar

LE GRAND, J. (1997), ‘Knights, knaves or pawns? Human behaviour and social policy’, Journal of Social Policy, 26, 149-69. ‘Knights, knaves or pawns? Human behaviour and social policy’ Journal of Social Policy 26 149 69 Google Scholar

LENDVAI, N. and STUBBS, P. (2007), ‘Policies as translation’, in S. Hodgson and Z. Irving (eds), Policy reconsidered: meanings, politics and practices, Bristol, Policy Press, 179-90. Policy reconsidered: meanings, politics and practices 179 90 Google Scholar

LIPSKY, M. (1980), Street-Level Bureaucracy: Dilemmas of the Individual in Public Service, New York, Russell Sage Foundation. Street-Level Bureaucracy: Dilemmas of the Individual in Public Service Google Scholar

LOCALISM ACT (2011), Localism Act 2011, London, The Stationery Office. Localism Act 2011 Google Scholar

MASSEY, D. (2005), For Space, London, Sage. For Space Google Scholar

NEWMAN, J. (2001), Modernising Governance: New Labour, Policy and Society, London, Sage. Modernising Governance: New Labour, Policy and Society Google Scholar

NEWMAN, J. and CLARKE, J. (2009), Publics, Politics and Power: Remaking the Public in Public Services, London, Sage. Publics, Politics and Power: Remaking the Public in Public Services Google Scholar

PAINTER, J. (2006), ‘Prosaic geographies of stateness’, Political Geography, 25, 752-74. ‘Prosaic geographies of stateness’ Political Geography 25 752 74 Google Scholar

PECK, J. (2001), ‘Neoliberalizing states: thin policies/hard outcomes’, Progress in Human Geography, 25, 445-55. ‘Neoliberalizing states: thin policies/hard outcomes’ Progress in Human Geography 25 445 55 Google Scholar

PRATT, M. L. (1992), Imperial Eyes: Travel Writing and Transculturation, London/New York, Routledge. Imperial Eyes: Travel Writing and Transculturation Google Scholar

SCIULLI, D. (2005), ‘Continental sociology of professions today: conceptual contributions’, Current Sociology, 53, 915-42. ‘Continental sociology of professions today: conceptual contributions’ Current Sociology 53 915 42 Google Scholar

STRONACH, I., CORBIN, B., MCNAMARA, O., STARK, S. and WARNE, T. (2002), ‘Towards an uncertain politics of professionalism: teacher and nurse identities in flux’, Journal of Education Policy, 17, 107-38. ‘Towards an uncertain politics of professionalism: teacher and nurse identities in flux’ Journal of Education Policy 17 107 38 Google Scholar

SULLIVAN, H. (2005), ‘Is enabling enough? Tensions and dilemmas in New Labour's strategies for ‘joining up’ local governance, Public Policy and Administration, 20, 10-24. ‘Is enabling enough? Tensions and dilemmas in New Labour's strategies for ‘joining up’ local governance Public Policy and Administration 20 10 24 Google Scholar

THORNLEY, A. (1990), Urban Planning under Thatcherism: The Challenge of the Market, London, Routledge. Urban Planning under Thatcherism: The Challenge of the Market Google Scholar

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