Talking about Sydney: Population, Community and Culture in Contemporary Sydney

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Robert Freestone, Caroline Butler-Bowdon, W. Randolph
UNSW Press, 2006 - History - 227 pages
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A focus on three critical and interrelated issues: population growth and change, community development, and cultural innovation. The book brings together stakeholders from across the spectrum—leading public intellectuals, commentators, practitioners and academics—in a lively exchange of views that cannot be ignored. All contributors share an interest in understanding Sydney and making it a better place to live and work. They include Elizabeth Farrelly (Sydney Morning Herald) and Bernard Salt (The Australian).
 

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Contents

The older suburbs of western Sydney
51
Responding to change in outer metropolitan
65
Landcoms journey towards sustainability
93
Screen industries and the cultural
163
folly or necessity?
175
social
185
Consuming Sydney
199
Contributors
215
Index
221
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