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rban planning has often been defined as a public policy aimed at regulating land use in urban space through the orderly disposition of land, resources, facilities and services. From this point of view, planners and planning authorities regulate the distribution of different land uses by drawing administrative "borders" to distinguish between the functions of different areas. In contemporary theoretical discourse, however, urban processes and spatial dynamics are perceived as tangible realitiesdoi:10.7202/1015008ar fatcat:ynyznpgalrhzfkajby3pymt5yi