Carolina Planning Journal

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Contains issues of the oldest student-run planning journal in the United States. Articles are written by academics and practitioners in the field of urban planning and cover a wide range of public planning topics. Additionally, the journal features book reviews, reports on current planning projects, and a list of recent departmental Master's theses and PhD dissertations. Though early volumes were printed semi-annually, starting in 2008 issues were published annually.

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1. UNC DCRP Master’s Project and Ph.D. Dissertation Titles

2. A Case Study in the Use of Photo Simulation in Local Planning

3. In the Works: Bulletin: 1985 Joint Professional Development Conference; Strategies for Low Level Radioactive Waste Management; Planning Curriculum: Meeting the Challenge

4. A Process Of Learning: Planning Education At East Carolina University

5. Framing Rural Arts, Assets, and Opportunities: Cultural Economic Development in the Southeast

6. Carolina Planning Vol. 21.1: 20 Years

7. Front Cover and Introductory Content

8. Carolina Planning Vol. 9.2: Water Resources Planning

9. The Small-City Taxi Industry: Policy Approaches for Preserving a Mobility Resource

10. The American Dream — An Impossible Dream?