Call for Papers!
Focus Issue Topic: Planning, Prisons & Policing
Despite the significant role of the policing and penal systems in shaping the built environment of cities and the lives of urban residents, they have not been a primary focus of urban planning research. This focus issue of the Journal of Planning Education and Research (JPER) addresses the relationships between planning and prison and policing systems. It asks, what is the relationship between the practice of planning and law enforcement or penal systems?
Detailed Call for Papers
The official journal of the Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning is the Journal of Planning Education & Research (JPER).
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