The City: The city in global context

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Michael Pacione
Psychology Press, 2002 - Cities and towns - 711 pages
 

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Contents

Acknowledgements
xix
the recomposition of race class
xx
a study
xxi
A ladder of citizen participation 307
xxvi
Foreigninvestmentinduced exourbanisation in the Pearl
xxxiii
a comparative study
xxxv
West Oakland residents
xxxvi
General introduction
1
old myths and new realities
257
Negotiating planning gains through the British development
262
A theory of slums
269
investigating the rise of enclave
278
Transportation and urban form 297
281
the exurbs and their implications
282
Private profit and public interest in the residential development
290
Introduction
299

ECONOMIC STRUCTURE AND CHANGE
3
Introduction
7
a major problem for urban management
PART
1
Introduction
3
Introduction
7
The urban revolution
9
PART 3
24
PART 2
32
Introduction 365
47
Residential mobility in the Victorian city
50
Neighborhood change and urban policy 409 ܚܕ
53
Property speculators and the building of Glasgow 17801830
75
panacea or placebo?
89
the case
95
The cultural economy of cities
113
American metropolitan evolution
119
the creation of localities
129
Urban economy and employment
135
dualism
152
Residential differentiation
155
The concept of natural area
159
Conceptualising and mapping the structure of the world
164
Local exchange trading systems as a response to
167
Postmodern urbanism
186
Polarisation public housing and racial minorities in US cities
187
the spatiotemporal
191
Urban planning and policy
193
The employment of minors in Brazil
212
good for the town bad for the nation?
214
Black minority ethnic concentration segregation and dispersal
216
PART 2
223
PART 2
225
A theoretical foundation for the concept of differential
235
Urban policy and the postKeynesian state in
238
Informal economy and family strategies
239
the significance of place in
246
a century of change
301
Rental tenure in the cities of developing countries
303
new roles for planners
313
the Bangkok
332
city decline
340
planning for a world capital city towards 2000
342
home ownership for the poor? Issues
355
mitigator or inciter?
362
The revival of metropolitan population growth in
364
Comparing Karachis informal and formal housing
379
An effective demand management instrument in urban
383
Another round of globalization in San Francisco
393
a new form of land developer in Tunis
395
Neighborhood change and urban policy
409
Regional perspectives on urbanisation and urban change
431
The housing of relocated families
432
Migration and urbanization in Western Europe since 1950
463
the impress of planning policies
465
valuable asset or unsustainable burden?
471
Randstad RhineRuhr and Flemish Diamond as
476
PART 1
478
the expansion
497
Social aspects of neighborhood change
519
The future is coming Economic restructuring in
528
an international
544
Introduction
593
Dimensions of the ecocity
611
feasible and acceptable?
623
Planning sustainable cities in Africa
639
Environment and health 427
640
new technologies digital
657
Introduction 429
658
appropriating
687
PART 1
694
Index
699
Introduction 3
709
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