||Toward a Philosophy of Planning: Attitudes of Federal Water Planners.
Wilso, Raymond H. ;
||Stanford Univ., Calif. Dept. of Civil Engineering.
||EPA-16110-DWX; 11073,; R5-73-015
( Water resources ;
Regional planning) ;
( Project planning ;
( Executives ;
National government ;
Public relations ;
Decision making ;
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||Interviews were conducted with 70 planners from federal water resources agencies to determine their attitudes toward planning objectives, their personal role in planning, the social-political structure, time, and the environment. Responses of the planners are summarized and compared with views of others on the proper role of the planner in the planning process. Some conclusions as to methods in improving the planning process are presented.
||Paper copy also available from GPO $2.60 as EPI.23/2:73-184.
||Explores the role of the individual in the planning process, since personal attitudes of planners must have significant effects on the plans produced, with particular attention toward changes and emphases in water planning.
|NTIS Title Notes
||Socioeconomic Environmental studies series.
|PUB Date Free Form
||13B; 5A; 60I; 91A#
||PC A11/MF A01