City in Sight: Dutch Dealings with Urban Change

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Jan Willem Duyvendak, Frank Hendriks, Mies van Niekerk
Amsterdam University Press, 2010 - Social Science - 309 pages
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City in Sight presents recent scholarship on the various issues facing today’s Dutch metropolitan areas, including immigration and the growing diversity among the urban population, urban restructuring and neighborhood renewal, shifts in urban governance, and the promotion of active citizenship. With its wealth of information and up-to-date research, this text will appeal to scholars of urban politics and social history from all over the globe.


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Jan Willem Duyvendak is professor of sociology at the University of Amsterdam. Frank Hendriks is professor of comparative governance at the University of Tilburg. Mies van Nierkerk is research director at the NICIS Institute in Amsterdam.

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