Ihnji Jon
Ihnji Jon
Lecturer in International Urban Politics, University of Melbourne
Verified email at unimelb.edu.au - Homepage
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A manifesto for planning after the coronavirus: Towards planning of care
I Jon
Planning Theory, 2020
162020
Perceptions and reactions to tornado warning polygons: Would a gradient polygon be useful?
I Jon, SK Huang, MK Lindell
International journal of disaster risk reduction 30, 132-144, 2018
162018
Perceptions and expected immediate reactions to severe storm displays
I Jon, SK Huang, MK Lindell
Risk analysis 39 (1), 274-290, 2019
152019
Radical resilience: Autonomous self-management in post-disaster recovery planning and practice
I Jon, M Purcell
Planning Theory & Practice 19 (2), 235-251, 2018
142018
Behavioral response in the immediate aftermath of shaking: Earthquakes in Christchurch and Wellington, New Zealand, and Hitachi, Japan
I Jon, MK Lindell, CS Prater, SK Huang, HC Wu, DM Johnston, JS Becker, ...
International journal of environmental research and public health 13 (11), 1137, 2016
142016
Resilience and ‘technicity’: challenges and opportunities for new knowledge practices in disaster planning
I Jon
Resilience 7 (2), 107-125, 2019
132019
The power of pragmatism: Knowledge production and social inquiry
M Cutchin, C Fuller, N Wood, T Barnes, I Jon, R Nunes, A Farahani, ...
Manchester University Press, 2020
112020
Late Modernity to Postmodern? The Rise of Global Resilience and its Progressive Potentials for Local Disaster Planning (Seattle and Paris)
I Jon, M Reghezza-Zitt
Planning Theory & Practice, 2019
62019
Scales of Political Action in the Anthropocene: Gaia, Networks, and Cities as Frontiers of Doing Earthly Politics
I Jon
Global Society, 2019
52019
Reframing postmodern planning with feminist social theory: Toward “anti-essentialist norms”
I Jon
Planning Theory, 1-25, 2019
52019
Deciphering posthumanism: Why and how it matters to urban planning in the Anthropocene
I Jon
Planning Theory, 2020
32020
The City We Want: Against the Banality of Urban Planning Research
I Jon
Planning Theory & Practice, 2021
12021
Pragmatism and contemporary planning theory: Going beyond a communicative approach
I Jon
The power of pragmatism, 228-243, 2020
12020
Gestion des risques et des crises, entre gouvernance de la sécurité et gouvernance territoriale. Ce que la résilience change (ou pas) en Île-de-France
M Reghezza-Zitt, I Jon
L’Espace Politique 36 (2018-3), 2019
12019
Cities in the Anthropocene: New Ecology and Urban Politics
I Jon
https://doi.org/10.2307/j.ctv1sjwpwp, 2021
2021
Lake-ian pragmatism and the path to engaged practice
I Jon
Urban Geography, 2021
2021
E-Scooters: A New Smart Mobility Option? The Case of Brisbane, Australia
C Field, I Jon
Planning Theory & Practice, 2021
2021
Towards resilient cities that care: imagining more equitable and sustainable urban futures after the COVID-19 pandemic
I Jon
The Town Planning Review 92 (1), 131-137, 2021
2021
Has ‘resilience’changed anything? A reflection on the introduction of resilience to risk governance in Parisian region/Gestion des risques et des crises, entre gouvernance de …
M Reghezza-Zitt, I Jon
OpenEdition, 2019
2019
Planning in postmodern era: navigating normativity and political implications of ‘planning for/in uncertainty’
I Jon
2018
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