Unformatted text preview: community development, urban design, and park design. If I were collecting data to solve a problem, I would probably use the descriptive level of thinking, which is the second level. This level involves gathering facts from related sources. If I were weighing the options among various alternatives, I’d be using the third level, the evaluative level of thinking. This level involves analyzing all the data at the descriptive level, coming up with the options that might solve the specific problem. I’d be using the fourth level, the subjective or normative thinking to analyze what all the stakeholders were bringing to the table. This level requires the planner to consider the values or bias of each actor in the planning process. They should ask themselves what everyone should bring to the tables....
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- Fall '07
- Management, Thought, Lea Marie Sullivan