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Jordan’s New Urban Landscape: Achieving InclusiveUrban PlanningJuly 2010
Introduction   Background   In response to the mega development projects and the momentum towards urban   development, the...
Methodology This research project will take place at three levels:   Macro-level: Analyze official narratives and public...
Components  1. Theoretical  2. Methodological  3. Empirical – Online surveys and focus groups
Results and Follow up   Key value: This research is the first of its kind in Jordan and therefore its findings    will be...
Timeline & Resources   Timeline:      June 2010 – May 2011   Resources      Two University of Waterloo Scholars with a...
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On 8/7/2010 Dr. Luna Khirfan and Dr. Bessma Momani gave Amman Institute staff a presentation entitled “Jordan’s New Urban Landscape: Achieving Inclusive Urban Planning”.

Dr. Khirfan is an Assistant Professor in Urban Planning, and Dr. Momani is an Associate Professor in Political Science and History and Senior Fellow at the Centre for International Governance and Innovation.

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  1. 1. Jordan’s New Urban Landscape: Achieving InclusiveUrban PlanningJuly 2010
  2. 2. Introduction Background In response to the mega development projects and the momentum towards urban development, the research project aims at: assessing and evaluating the impact on local residents. soliciting opinions and reviewing perceptions of residents in an effort to evaluate how Jordan is living up to its democratic reputation - Do development efforts follow a participatory approach? - Are they concerned with socially inclusive growth? etc.
  3. 3. Methodology This research project will take place at three levels:  Macro-level: Analyze official narratives and public perceptions of these mega- projects.  Meso-level: Investigate the local perception of inclusiveness in urban planning initiatives in selected development areas.  Micro-level: Gauging the perception of specific interest groups with regards to certain aspects of planning initiatives and the extend to which these initiatives meet local needs.
  4. 4. Components 1. Theoretical 2. Methodological 3. Empirical – Online surveys and focus groups
  5. 5. Results and Follow up Key value: This research is the first of its kind in Jordan and therefore its findings will be of interest to a diverse set of audiences This project aims at laying the groundwork for longer-term comparative research on inclusive urban planning in the Middle East.
  6. 6. Timeline & Resources Timeline:  June 2010 – May 2011 Resources  Two University of Waterloo Scholars with a background in Planning and Middle Eastern studies  AI researcher for a period of six months  AI Review Committee reviewing research findings Thank You

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On 8/7/2010 Dr. Luna Khirfan and Dr. Bessma Momani gave Amman Institute staff a presentation entitled “Jordan’s New Urban Landscape: Achieving Inclusive Urban Planning”. Dr. Khirfan is an Assistant Professor in Urban Planning, and Dr. Momani is an Associate Professor in Political Science and History and Senior Fellow at the Centre for International Governance and Innovation.

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