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Everything Old is New Again by Miriam Plavin-Masterman

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CHAPTER 6

Cross-Case Comparisons and Conclusions

Each of the Friends of the Park groups is an institutional entrepreneur, trying to accumulate enough resources to turn abandoned industrial spaces into urban park space, creating a new kind of institution. The ways in which the proposed park embodies a certain, semi-private conception of a public amenity and draws aesthetic inspiration and money from governments, philanthropists, and local community members is central to the story told here. The Friends of the Park groups need to communicate and reconcile a variety of themes to make the specific abandoned structures into parks. Understanding where each project is helps situate analyses. For these four cases, three related outcomes can be considered ...

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