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This advanced reference deals with the radical changes that have occurred within cities since the mid 1970s as a result of the interplay of new economic, social, political, and cultural forces associated with the transition to advanced capitalism. It brings the cutting-edge of debate in urban geography to a single volume; expresses important new ideas and theories in an accessible format; addresses recent urban change; offers a dynamic approach to urban geography; and brings a cross-disciplinary approach to urban change, providing a big-picture context for ideas and theory. Suitable for professional geographers and environment and planning specialists.
1. Capital, Material Culture, and Socio-Spatial Differentiation, Paul L. Knox.
2. Cycles and Trends in the Globalization of Real Estate, John Logan.
3. The Turbulence of Housing Markets: Investment, Disinvestment, and Reinvestment in Philadelphia, 1963-1986, Robert A. Beauregard.
4. Identity and Difference: The Internationalization of Capital and the Globalization of Culture, Anthony D. King.
5. The City of Illusion: New York's Public Places, M. Christine Boyer.
6. Megastructures and Urban Change: Aesthetics, Ideology and Design, Darrel Crilley.
7. Social Reproduction in the City: Restructuring in Time and Space, Robin M. Law and Jennifer R. Wolch.
8. The Postmodern Urban Matrix, Paul L. Knox.
9. Berlin's Second Modernity, Scott Lash.
10. Can There Be a Postmodernism of Resistance in the Urban Landscape? David Ley and Caroline Mills.