Working Conferences and Papers / 1998 Berkeley, USA

 


1st Pacific Rim Participatory Community Design Conference

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Legal and Practical Authority

 
Public Participation in Planning in Japan: The Legal Perspective

Yukio Nishimura
 

Theorizing Community Participatory Design in a Developing Country: The Historical Meaning of Democratic Design in Taiwan

Chu-joe Hsia
 

The Place of Participatory Design: An American View

Randolph Hester
   

Place and Culture: Issues of Justice and Globalization

 
Community-Based Workshops for Street Design in an Historical Pottery Community, Tsuboya, Naha

Keiko Ono and Tetsuya Ando

 
The Tawo House: Building in the Face of Cultural Domination

John K.C. Liu
 

Linking Youth Training and Employment with Community-Building: Lessons Learned at the BYA Garden Patch

Laura Lawson

 
The Apple Promenade in lida City, Nagano Prefecture

Isami Kinoshita
   

Citizen Activism in Environmental Planning
 

Rebirth of Kitazawagawa Stream

Yoshiharu Asanoumi
 

Opening Day is not Everyday

WaIter Hood

 

From Activism to Sustainable Development: The Case of Chigu and the Anti-Binnan Movement

Jeffrey Hou
 

Facilitating Negotiated Agreements to Restore the Environmental Quality of the San Francisco Estuary

Scott McCreary
  

Citizen Participation in Quality of Life Planning Issues

 
Trust between Government and Users: Planning for Recreation and Protection of the Green Fingers

Shu-jen Kao
 

Making a Community's Place: The Case of Davis' Central Park and Farmers' Market

Mark Francis
 

The Contemporary Meaning of Cooperative Housing - Case Study: M-Port (Kumamoto)

Yasuhiro Endoh

 
Peng-hu Central Street Revitalization Plan and Community Participation

Chao-ching Yu
 

Helping Grassroots Organizations Thrive

 
On the Care and Feeding of the Grassroots

Marcia McNally
 

The Community Design Process at Kamagasaki, Osaka, Japan

Masato Dohi
 

Recruiting, Training, and Retaining Volunteers

Robert Ogilvie
 
Toward a City for Citizens: Two Community Organizations in Taiwan

Hsin-Jung Liu and Bing-Yi Lu.
 

What Encourages and Discourages Grassroots Activities? The Case of Kusappara Park

Sawako Ono