Masters Thesis

The role of women in planning: the case of California

The subject of women in the planning profession has received much attention from the professional planning organizations (American Institute of Planners and American Society of Planning Officials) over the past two years. Concern that women planners were not hired, promoted, or paid equitably, or listened to sufficiently evidenced itself in the journals and even at the 1973 ASPO convention in Los Angeles. This paper is intended to contribute both new evidence and analytical judgment to the controversy. It relates primarily to California but has implications for women planners and planning nationwide.

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