Urban Growth and Development in Asia: Living in the cities, Volume 2
Graham Chapman, Ashok K. Dutt, Robert W. Bradnock
Ashgate, Jan 1, 1999 - Political Science - 522 pages
This volume, along with its companion volume, aims to provide a panoramic survey of the patterns, causes and consequences of urbanization in Asia - a process which is resulting in the biggest migration of people and the greatest changes in lifestyle ever to have occurred . The chapters provide not only case-study material of particular cities, but also introductions to many different analytical perspectives. Volume I addresses the more physical aspects of urbanization, whereas Volume II deals with the human and environmental impacts.
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