M2 Models and Methodologies for Community Engagement:
Reena Tiwari, Marina Lommerse and Dianne Smith
Keywords:Globalisation, Neo-liberalism, Neo-colonialism
The debate over both community and planning and the large issue of their coming together in community planning reflected the economic and political changes since the 1970s. In the late twentieth century and early twenty-first century socially-driven planning more broadly addressed the issues and concerns of what community is in a locally given context and in a globally transforming world. Lived difference and situated knowledge distinguish one community from another community. The effects of globalisation, neocolonialism, neoliberalism and austerity impact communities around the globe.
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