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From the Publisher"Traditional sociological and urban design critiques of theAmerican city have left vacant a wide middle ground of criticalenquiry. Between statistical analysis and physical critique, EdwardSoja attempts to bridge the divide by proposing a 'third way' forurban studies. The result is a broad overview, ranging betweensociological and cultural points of view, with the provocativepossibility of pairing the two in a new urban paradigm." TomLeslie, World Architecture
"Coming to the field as a relative novice, I found this bookmore straightforward and thought provoking than I expected...it issure to be of interest and value to students and researchersalike." Regional Studies.
"Postmetropolis effectively illuminates the richcomplexity and multidisciplinary of urban and regionalrestructuring in the current era... will serve as a usefulresource." Journal of Economic and Social Geography.
"Postmetropolis is magisterial in its historic sweep"Thomas L. Bell, University of Tennessee.