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Identify and describe each conflict.

May 21, 2021
Christopher R. Teeple

There are 2 questions to answer in an essay format
Each answer MUST be double spaced in 12-point, Times New Roman font Each question can be answered in two pages.
NOT MORE THAN 2 pages for a question.
Use the readings provided in the sources file to help you in answering these questions. You must cite the source of your information using in-text citations (i.e. Wolf-Powers, 2015, p. x).

HOWEVER, YOU MUST USE the lecture notes provided:
“Fainstein_Reading.pdf” for Question 1
“Campbell_Reading.pdf” for Question 2
AND some of the additional sources that are provided in “Sources_for_Question1&2.docx”
Question 1: Review “Question1_Rubric.pdf” for more info
The Just City (90 points) Susan Fainstein (2015) argues for a “realistic utopianism” (p. 20) in contemporary planning. Fainstein understands a single planner can’t change the world. Still, she argues they should still press for the most equitable outcomes.

To that end, she identifies the three values of the “just city.” Identify and describe each of the principles. Next, consider the various stakeholders in the Echo Park. For each of the three principles of the just city, identify at least one group who does or does NOT uphold a particular principle. Use Fainstein’s text (not your opinions) to justify your answer.
Question 2: Review “Question2_Rubric.pdf” for more info/

Green, Growing, and Just Cities (90 points) In 1996, Scott Campbell challenged planners to think more deeply about what “sustainable development” really means. In his influential article, he presents planning’s triangle of goals and the associated conflicts. Identify and describe each conflict. Next, identify aspects of the Echo Park story that illustrate each of the three conflicts and explain your answer fully. Use Campbell’s text (not your opinion) to justify your answer.

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