What is it about?
The spatial plan was intended to improve urban progress fails to address diverse actors and institutions created traps to overcome urban resilience. While resistance from subordinate groups could be treated as learning process to achieve the outcome.
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Why is it important?
Spatial plan is the key foundation for urban growth and development, while we should not ignore the role of strategic groups-both dominants and subordinate.
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This page is a summary of: How formalization of urban spatial plan affects marginalized groups and resilience practices in Cambodia secondary town: A case study from Battambang, Regional Science Policy & Practice, March 2021, Wiley,
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