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A Companion to the City

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Gary Bridge is a Lecturer at the Centre for Urban Studies, University of Bristol UK and writes on issues of rationality, time, sp... Weiterlesen
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Gary Bridge is a Lecturer at the Centre for Urban Studies, University of Bristol UK and writes on issues of rationality, time, space and the city. Sophie Watson is Professor of Urban Cultures at the Department of Cultural Studies, University of East London. Her recent books include Surface City: Sydney at the Millennium (with Peter Murphy, 1997) and Postmodern Cities and Spaces (co-edited with Katherine Gibson, Blackwell, 1995).

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"A Companion to the City" provides the reader with an indispensable and authoritative overview of the key debates, controversies, and questions concerning the city from a variety of theoretical vantage points with an international perspective.
Indispensable companion for students of the City.
Multidisciplinary approach of interest across several fields.
Includes contributions from major scholars in the field.



Zusammenfassung
A Companion to the City provides the reader with an indispensable and authoritative overview of the key debates, controversies, and questions concerning the city from a variety of theoretical vantage points with an international perspective. * Indispensable companion for students of the City.

Inhalt

List of Contributors. List of Illustrations. Introduction. Part I: Imagining Cities: 1 City Imaginaries: Gary Bridge and Sophie Watson. 2. Three Urban Discourses: John Rennie Short. 3. Putting Cities First: Re-mapping the Origins of Urbanism: Ed Soja. 4. Photourbanism: Planning the City from Above and from Below: Anthony Vidler. 5. The Immaterial City: Representation, Imagination and Media Technologies: James Donald. 6. Film, Representation and Naples: Lesley Caldwell. 7. The City as an Imperial Centre: Imagining London in two Caribbean Novels: Riad Akbur. 8. Sleepwalking the Modern City: Walter Benjamin and Sigmund Freud in the World of Dreams: Steve Pile. 9. Contested Images of the City. City as Locus of Status, Capitalist Accumulation and Community - Competing Cultures in Southeast Asian Societies: Patrick Guinness. Part II: The Economy and the City: 10. City Economies: Gary Bridge and Sophie Watson. 11. The Economic Base of Contemporary Cities: Ash Amin. 12. Flexible Marxism and the Metropolis: Andy Merrifield. 13. Mono Centric and Poli Centric: New Urban Forms and Old Urban Paradigms: William A. V. Clark. 14. Ups and Downs in the Global City: London and New York at the Millennium: Susan S. Fainstein and Michael Harloe. 15. Analytic Borderlands: Economy and Culture in the Global City: Saskia Sassen. 16. Turbulence and Sedimentation in the Labour Markets of Late 20th Century Metropoles: Nick Buck and Ian Gordon. 17. Informational Cities: Bob Catterall. 18. Diaspora Chinese Capital and Asia Pacific Urban Development: Chung-Tong Wu. 19. Capitalizing on Havana: The Return of the Repressed in a Late Socialist Society: Charles Rutheiser. 20. Urban Transformation in the Capitals of the Baltic: Innovation Culture and Finance: Philip Cooke, Erik Terk, Raite Karnite, Giedrius Blagnys. Part III: Cities of Division and Difference: 21. City Differences: Gary Bridge and Sophie Watson. 22. Postcolonialism, Representation and the City: Anthony King. 23. Cities of Polarisation and Marginalization: Peter Marcuse. 24. Citizenship, Multiculturalism and the European City: Alisdair Rogers. 25. Working out the Urban: Gender Relations and the City: Liz Bondi and Hazel Christie. 26. The Sexual Geography of the City: Frank Mort. 27. From the Other Side of the Tracks: Dual Cities, Third Spaces, and the Urban Uncanny in Contemporary Discourses of 'Race' and Class: Phil Cohen. 28. Gentrification, Post-Industrialism and Industrial and Occupational Restructuring in Global Cities: Chris Hamnett. 29. Worlds Apart and Together: Trial by Space in Istanbul: Kevin Robins and Asu Aksoy. 30. Value Conflicts, Identity Construction and Urban Change: Lily Kong. Part IV: Public Cultures and Everyday Space: 31. City Publics: Gary Bridge and Sophie Watson. 32. The Social Constitution of the Public Realm: Richard Sennett. 33. City Life and the Senses: John Urry. 34. With Child to see Any Strange Thing: Everyday Life in the City: Nigel Thrift. 35. Walter Benjamin, Cosmopolitanism and the Narratives of City Spaces: Michael Keith. 36. "X Marks the Spot: Times Square Dead or Alive?: M. Christine Boyer. 37. Walking and Performing 'The City': A Melbourne Chronicle: Katherine Gibson and Ben Rossiter. 38. The Street Politics of Jackie Smith: John Paul Jones III. 39. Everyday Life in Bangkok: Annette Hamilton. 40. Streetchildren in Yogyakarta: Social/ Spatial Exclusion in the Public Spaces of the City: Harriot Beazley. 41. Cyberspace and the City: The Virtual City in Europe: Alessandro Aurigi and Steve Graham. Part V: Urban Politics and Urban Interventions: 42. City Interventions: Gary Bridge and Sophie Watson. 43. Planning in Relational Space and Time: Responding to New Urban Realities: Patsy Healey. 44. The Social Construction of Urban Policy: Allan Cochrane. 45. Urban Planning in the Late Twentieth Century: Patrick Troy. 46. Varied Legacies of Modernism in Urban Planning: Alan Mabin. 47. The Environment of the City ... or the Urbanisation of Nature: Erik Swyngedouw and Maria Kaika. 48. Power and Urban Poltics Revisited: The Uses and Abuses of North American Urban

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Titel: A Companion to the City
Editor:
EAN: 9780631235781
ISBN: 978-0-631-23578-1
Format: Kartonierter Einband
Herausgeber: John Wiley and Sons Ltd
Genre: Soziologie
Anzahl Seiten: 656
Gewicht: 1126g
Größe: H244mm x B169mm x T38mm
Jahr: 2002
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