Urban Social Theory: City, Self, and Society
This book provides a comprehensive coverage of urban social theory within the history of social thought. It's an accessible and comprehensive coverage of the major social theorists and schools.
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1 Burgesss Zonal Model applied to Chicago
a model of postmodern
1 Early urban empires
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