Communities Within Cities: An Urban Social Geography

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Belhaven Press, 1993 - Cities and towns - 196 pages
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Explores contemporary urban geography using the concept of community''. Links theoretical concepts with empirical experience. Produces an interpretation of the complex social pattern of European and North American cities through its themes of local social interaction, community interaction, sense of place, planned neighborhoods and caring communities.

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Contents

The Societal Context
8
Areal Content and Context
33
Interactions Social Networks and Communities
63
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