Teleworking and urban development patterns: goodbye uglyville, hello paradise
Teleworking and Urban Development Patterns addresses the impact of advances in telecommunications on community development. It discusses the likelihood of an acceleration of suburbanization, particularly in the outer suburbs of cities along with the potential growth in college towns and recreation areas, and considers the likelihood of an increase in the problems of central cities as this spreading out of wealth occurs.
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