Since 1935, the quarterly Journal of the American Planning Association has published research, commentaries, and book reviews useful to practicing planners, scholars, students, policy makers, and others interested in the planning profession.
Volume 86, Number 2
In Defense of the Generalist Journal
In a period of increasing specialization, what is the role of a journal that speaks to a broad audience?
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