The Top 75 New York Times Best-Selling Education Books of - The New York TimesThis year's list covers a range of urgent topics, from the technical to the technological, from the city to the country, from the personal to the professional; all oriented towards a variety of audiences from "Dummies" to "Straphangers. The Planetizen editorial staff based this year's list on a number of criteria, including editorial reviews, popularity, number of references, sales figures, recommendations from experts and the book's potential impact on the urban planning, development and design professions. Common among this year's books is the provision of practical suggestions for meeting some of our greatest challenges: how to grow our economies, how to build multi-modal cities, how to maximize our public spaces, and how to head off environmental collapse. If a book could resemble a social movement, Beyond Zucotti Park comes real close. This eclectic collection of essays takes its name from the small New York City park where the Occupy Wall Street protests began. Much like the diverse concerns that found a place in the Occupy movement, this book traverses a broad range of questions about the role of public spaces in society. The essays in this book examine the history, design, and politics of public spaces by bringing together the opinions and viewpoints of urban planners, architects, social scientists, educators, and journalists.
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