Cities And Urban Cultures

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McGraw-Hill Education (UK), Apr 1, 2003 - Social Science - 164 pages
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This is the first book to explore cities and urban life from the perspectives of both sociology and cultural theory. Through an interdisciplinary approach and use of case material, the book demonstrates that the 'real' city of physicality and struggle and the 'imagined' city of representations are entwined in the construction of urban cultures.
 

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Contents

inequality Marginalizaton and fear
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Chapter 4 Meaning and memory reading the urban text
Chapter 5 Designing the urban from the city beautiful to the end of modernism
culture and the reimaging of cities
movies maps and cyberspace
beyond urbanism
Glossary
References
Index
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Deborah Stevenson has a PhD in Sociology and is currently Deputy Director of the Cultural Industries and Practices Research Centre at the University of Newcastle, Australia. Her books include Art and Orgnisation: Making Australian Cultural Policy (2000), Agendas in Place: Cultural Planning for Cities and Regions (1998), and Planning the 'Creative City' (forthcoming 2003)

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