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Conceptualizing justice and evaluating substantive justice in urban development plans: Explication of criteria and suggesting strategies
Mohammad Azami, Iradj Asadie , Mohammad Reza Haqjoo
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The aim of this article is to formulate principles and criteria that help us in justice-based evaluation of urban development plansand modification of them to achive urban justice. this research is based on the research review methodology, as well as content analysis of urban development plans of the US and the UK. in this article, to proposed six general criteria for formulating the conceptual framework, use the philosophical perspective on the definition of justice as well as use of justice approaches in urban planning. these six criteria are: need, defferende principle, equality, diversity, discourse community and urban capability. The proposed criteria conform to substantive and procedural justice in urban development plans. In this article evaluation of justice i the content of urban develioment plans has been considered. Based on these criteria, main goals are defined within five significant fields in urban development plans: land use, housing, public utilities, transportation, economic and public services. Finally, we suggest, based on review and analysis of content of different development plans, strategies and policies to consider and ensure justice in urban development plans.
Keywords: urban justice, urban development plan, justice in planning, content analysis, substantive justice
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Received: 2018/11/12 | Published: 2019/04/30
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Azami M, Asadie I, Haqjoo M R. Conceptualizing justice and evaluating substantive justice in urban development plans: Explication of criteria and suggesting strategies. scds. 2019; 7 (4) :215-245
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