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Integrating Urban Knowledge

  • Peter Moser
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Abstract

This text attempts to tackle some general issues of knowledge and steps into the controversy between the Mode 1 and the Mode 2 production of knowledge. It questions in a critical way the claim and the chances of various kinds of knowledge to contribute to the improvement of living conditions in urban development processes. The conditions for knowledge productions and the powers that determine knowledge integration or exclusion will be reflected. Finally some analytical effort will be spent on theoretical and practical questions concerning quality, usability, and evaluation of urban knowledge.

Keywords

Urban Development Local Knowledge Knowledge Production Tacit Knowledge Explicit Knowledge 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.SRZ Urban and Regional Research ViennaViennaAustria

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