TERRITORY PLANNING AND MANAGEMENT: THE THEORY DEBATE IN BRAZIL AND A PROSPECT OF PRACTICE ACCORDING TO THEORETICAL CONTRIBUTIONS ON TERRITORIAL GOVERNANCE

Valdir Roque Dallabrida

Resumo


Territory planning and management is conceived as a process of social dialogue and decision-making involving social actors, economic and government agents of a particular territorial clipping, aiming to define its future. It is a conflicting process because it has the challenge of mediating interests and different views. The possibility that such processes are supported by the design of territorial governance is reaffirmed here, including the actions planning and territorial dynamics of management in a collaborative and democratic perspective. Based on the theoretical debate about governance, territory planning and management in Brazil, the process is contextualized and prospections are made about the practice proposing the conceptual category “territorial capital” and its components as a substract.

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territory; planning; management; governance

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