Massive Suburbanization: (Re)Building the Global Periphery

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K. Murat Güney, Roger Keil, Murat Üço?lu
University of Toronto Press, Apr 16, 2019 - Political Science - 400 pages

Providing a systematic overview of large-scale housing projects, Massive Suburbanization investigates the building and rebuilding of urban peripheries on a global scale. Offering a universal inter-referencing point for research on the dynamics of "massive suburbia," this book builds a new discussion pertaining to the problems of the urban periphery, urbanization, and the neoliberal production of space.

Conceptual and empirical chapters revisit the classic cases of large-scale suburban building in Canada, the former Czechoslovakia, France, Germany, and the United States and examine the new peripheral estates in China, Egypt, Israel, Morocco, the Philippines, South Africa, and Turkey. The contributors examine a broad variety of cases that speak to the building or redevelopment of large-scale peripheral housing estates, tower neighbourhoods, Grands Ensembles, Groβwohnsiedlungen, and Toplu Konut. Concerned with state and corporate policy for building suburban estates, Massive Suburbanization confronts the politics surrounding local inhabitants and their "right to the suburb."

 

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Contents

Legacies
79
Spotlight on Istanbul
163
The Suburban Century
221
List of Contributors
355
Index
361
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K. Murat G?ney is a Lecturer in the Sociology Department at Acıbadem University in İstanbul.

Roger Keil is York Research Chair in Global Sub/Urban Studies in the Faculty of Environmental Studies at York University in Toronto.

Murat Üçoğlu is a PhD candidate and course director in the Faculty of Environmental Studies at York University.

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