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Globalizing Cities: A New Spatial Order / Edition 1
     

Globalizing Cities: A New Spatial Order / Edition 1

by Peter Marcuse
 

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ISBN-10: 0631212906

ISBN-13: 9780631212904

Pub. Date: 04/17/2000

Publisher: Wiley

This exciting collection of original essays provides students and professionals with an international and comparative examination of changes in global cities, revealing a growing pattern of social and spatial division or polarization.

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This exciting collection of original essays provides students and professionals with an international and comparative examination of changes in global cities, revealing a growing pattern of social and spatial division or polarization.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780631212904
Publisher:
Wiley
Publication date:
04/17/2000
Series:
Studies in Urban and Social Change Series
Pages:
340
Product dimensions:
9.00(w) x 6.00(h) x 0.71(d)

Table of Contents

List of Figures.

List of Maps.

List of Tables.

List of Contributors.

Preface. Acknowledgements.

1. Introduction: Peter Marcuse and Ronald van Kempen.

2. The Unavoidable Continuities of the City: Robert A. Beauregard and Anne Haila.

3. From the Metropolis to Globalization: The Dialectics of Race and Urban Form: William W. Goldsmith.

4. From Colonial City to Globalizing City?: The Far-From-Complete Spatial Transformation of Calcutta: Sanjoy Chakravorty.

5. Rio de Janeiro: Emerging Dualization in a Historically Unequal City: Luiz Cesar Queiroz de Ribeiro and Edward Telles.

6. Singapore: The Changing Residential Landscape in a Winner City: Leo van Grunsven.

7. Tokyo: Patterns of Familiarity and Partitions of Difference: Paul Waley.

8. Still a Global City: The Racial and Ethnic Segmentation of New York: John Logan.

9. Brussels: Post-Fordist Polarization in a Fordist Spatial Canvass: Christian Kesteloot.

10. The Imprint of the Post-Fordist Transition on Australian Cities: Blair Badcock.

11. The Globalization of Frankfurt am Main: Core, Periphery and Social Conflict: Roger Keil and Klaus Ronneberger.

12. Conclusion: The New Spatial Order: Peter Marcuse and Ronald van Kempen.

List of References.

Index.

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