Communities Within Cities: An Urban Social Geography
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.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
The Societal Context
Areal Content and Context
Interactions Social Networks and Communities
5 other sections not shown
Other editions - View all
action activities addition affective American approach areas argued associations attempts attitudes become behaviour buildings cent centre century Chapter character Chicago cities concept considered contemporary created crime defined dependency described dimensions discussed distinctive economic elderly elements environment ethnic example experience facilities functions Geographers groups housing human ideas identified images important improve increasing individual influence interaction interest issues linked living locality located London major maps means measure ment mental munity nature neighbourhood neighbours organizations Park participation particular pattern planning police political Press problems produced range recent regions relationships residential residents result role seen sense separate shared showed social society space spatial structure success term tion town types units University urban values various western York