I need help in understanding Planning Theories
Examples are synoptic, incremental, advocacy, transactive, or radical
- It is also called the rational comprehensive approach and is the most dominate planning theory.
- It typically looks at problems from a systems point of view and uses conceptual and mathematical approaches (HubPages, 2013).
- It has a heavy reliance on numbers and data .
- In this theory the "extent of action is decided by adding an incremental change in the desired direction to status quo" (HubPages, ...
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