Why is an APT approach to wicked problems important?. Head, B. W. & Xiang, W. Landscape and Urban Planning.
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In this essay, we argue that the adaptive, participatory, and transdisciplinary (APT) approach to working with wicked problems offers valuable assistance to practitioners along two critical dimensions - the understanding of wicked problems, and policy responses to them; and that more context-dependent practice research is needed.
@article{head_why_????,
	title = {Why is an {APT} approach to wicked problems important?},
	issn = {0169-2046},
	url = {http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0169204616300287},
	doi = {10.1016/j.landurbplan.2016.03.018},
	abstract = {In this essay, we argue that the adaptive, participatory, and transdisciplinary (APT) approach to working with wicked problems offers valuable assistance to practitioners along two critical dimensions - the understanding of wicked problems, and policy responses to them; and that more context-dependent practice research is needed.},
	urldate = {2016-06-20},
	journal = {Landscape and Urban Planning},
	author = {Head, Brian W. and Xiang, Wei-Ning},
	keywords = {Adaptive management, Participatory processes, Practice research, Transdisciplinary knowledge, Wicked problems},
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