Ethical Case Study: Harbin Moving On From Central Planning

 

 

Explore the urban planner’s role planner’s role with regard to the ethical Treatment of all members of a community, as

well as issues of social justice, diversity, economic equity, and resources allocation.

Arnold, p.254-­€306; Barrett, p. 163-­€168; Carmon, p.285-­€306 p. 101€“€160, 183€204.

Required Resources:

Arnold, D.G., Beauchamp, T.L., & Bowie, N.E. (Eds.) (2012). Ethical theory and
business (9th ed.). Upper SaIDle River, NJ: Pearson Education, Inc. ISBN-­€13: 978-­€0-­€
205-­€16908-­€5

N. Carmon & S. Fainstein (Eds) (2013). Policy, Planning, and People: Promoting Justice in Urban Development. University of

Pennsylvania Press. ISBN 978-­€0-­€8122-­€
2239-­€5

Carol Barrett (2002). Everyday Ethics for Practicing Planners. APA Planners Press. ISBN 978-­€1-­€884829-­€61-­€1
Case Study Grading Rubric:
Through the preparation of two 4- page case study analyses, develop the ability to think critically and analytically about

complex ethical issues and to apply the theories of ethics to the situations of the case.

 

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