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8 Peterson (1979).
11 Jackson, L. E. (2003). The relationship of urban design to human health and condition. Landscape and Urban Planning, 64(4), 191–200.
12 Hebbert (1999). The survey conducted in New York City by the Citizen’s Association (a voluntary group of wealthy New Yorkers interested in city governance) in 1864 has been described as the first survey to resemble the planning process. Peterson (1979).
13 Peterson (1979).
14 L. J. Duhl, & Sanchez, A. K. (1999). Healthy cities and the city planning process. World Health Organization.
15 Hebbert (1999).
19 Duhl and Sanchez (1999).
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