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Urban Studies and Planning - Bachelor's degree

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  1. Local and expert knowledge in experienced mining communities : the case of a proposed uranium mine in Crownpoint

    Roth, Cassandra (Cassandra B.)
    Public access to science is an essential environmental justice component of any mining development. Both limited public access to professional scientific knowledge and little acknowledgment by professionals of the contributions of local knowledge hinder discussion of proposed mines. A proposed uranium mine in Crownpoint, New Mexico, a predominantly Navajo community, presents a case for studying the role of expert and local knowledge in the individual's perception of the risks and benefits associated with the mine. Interviews, supplemented with numerous Nuclear Regulatory Commission documents and other articles of the public record, were used to understand how people developed their personal understanding...

  2. Public realm usage patterns : lessons from Shenzhen's disappearing urban villages

    Hu, Phillip (Philip H.)
    Shenzhen's villages in the city or urban villages are forms of informal settlement that emerged in the midst of rapid Chinese urbanization. For a period of time, both the city and villages mutually benefited from the arrangement where rural-designated urban villages used their unrestricted developmental rights to create an alternative affordable housing option for low cost workers. Recently, as land prices have increased, city leaders and developers have begun redeveloping urban villages as a new source of land supply. Even when the original village cooperative, now corporation, is well compensated, migrant workers must continuously move further away from the city...

  3. The relevance of communications and its technology to the black community.

    Dees, Carol
    Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Dept. of Urban Studies and Planning. Thesis. 1974. B.S.

  4. Meaning in the environment as construed by environmental designers and laymen.

    Deutsch, Paul Stephen
    Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Dept. of Urban Studies and Planning. Thesis. 1972. B.S.

  5. An early warning system for the abandonment of housing in the city of Boston: its validity, feasibility and implications,

    Dix, William Nuss; Vogel, Kenneth
    by William Dix and Kenneth Vogel.

  6. Health cooperatives: a model for consumerism in medical care.

    Vitek, George Frank
    Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Dept. of Urban Studies and Planning. Thesis. 1974. B.S.

  7. Citizen participation in policy formulation

    Strauss, Carl Raymond
    by Carl Raymond Strauss.

  8. The fourth migration.

    Yoshida, Shinichiro
    Thesis. 1976. B.S.--Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Dept. of Urban Studies and Planning.

  9. Cooperative hands : a proposal for offenders.

    Rogers, David Craig
    Thesis. 1975. B.S.--Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Dept. of Urban Studies and Planning.

  10. Physical-chemical wastewater treatment technology: an analysis of impacts to wastewater service.

    Osborn, James Grafton
    Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Dept. of Urban Studies and Planning. Thesis. 1973. B.S.

  11. The role of thrift institutions in Boston's housing markets.

    Vereen, Randy Keith
    Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Dept. of Urban Studies and Planning. Thesis. 1974. B.S.

  12. Planning for bilingual/bicultural education in Woburn: what parents think.

    Newbold, Patricia Lynn
    Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Dept. of Urban Studies and Planning. Thesis. 1974. B.S.

  13. Industrial location in the Boston SMSA.

    Waters, Paula Jean
    Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Dept. of Urban Studies and Planning. Thesis. 1973. B.S.

  14. Solid waste disposal practices in Massachusetts: four case studies as guidelines for short-term improvements.

    Shore, Eric
    Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Dept. of Urban Studies and Planning. Thesis. 1973. B.S.

  15. Regional economic growth in China: towards an analysis of regional disparities in a socialist economy.

    Lin, Cyril Roca
    Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Dept. of Urban Studies and Planning. Thesis. 1973. B.S.

  16. The Bunker Hill Project : a case study of redevelopment in Los Angeles

    Martinez, Raul Luis
    by Raul L. Martinez.

  17. Rape laws : have they changed? : did the women's movement help?

    Tellis, Patricia Ann
    Thesis. 1975. B.S.--Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Dept. of Urban Studies and Planning.

  18. Mixed income housing: the Massachusetts housing finance experiment.

    Waldon, Roger Stephen
    Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Dept. of Urban Studies and Planning. Thesis. 1972. B.S.

  19. The ideology of cancer research.

    Southworth, John Scott
    Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Dept. of Urban Studies and Planning. Thesis. 1972. B.S.

  20. Previous achievement and level of aspiration: an experiment.

    Miller, Bonnie Patrice
    Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Dept. of Urban Studies and Planning. Thesis. 1972. B.S.

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