For many young planners, the noble intentions with going to planning school seem starkly out of place in the neoliberal worlds they have come to inhabit. For some, the huge gap between the power they thought they would have and what they actually do is not only worrying, but also deeply discouraging. But for some others, practice means finding practical and creative solutions to overcome challenges and complexities
|Title of host publication||From Student to Young Planner|
|Subtitle of host publication||Young Practitioners' Reflections on Contemporary Ethical Challenges|
|Editors||Tuna Tasan-Kok, Mark Oranje|
|Publisher||Routledge - Taylor & Francis Group|
|Publication status||Published - 2017|
Tasan-Kok, T., & Penpecioglu, M. (2017). Confronted and Disappointed? Struggle of Turkish Planners against Authoritarian State-Regulated Urban Development. In T. Tasan-Kok, & M. Oranje (Eds.), From Student to Young Planner: Young Practitioners' Reflections on Contemporary Ethical Challenges (pp. 107-125). Routledge - Taylor & Francis Group.