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Emerging Urban Spaces

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This edited collection critically discusses the relevance of, and the potential for identifying conceptual common ground between dominant urban theory projects - namely Neo-Marxian accounts on planetary urbanization and alternative 'Southern' post-colonial and post-structuralist projects. Its main objective is to combine different urban knowledge to support and inspire an integrative research approach and a conceptual vocabulary which allows understanding the complex characteristics of diverse emerging urban spaces.

Drawing on in-depth case study material from across the world, the different chapters in this volume disentangle planetary urbanization and apply it as a research framework to the context-specific challenges faced by many `ordinary' urban settings. In addition, through their focus on both Northern- and Southern urban spaces, this edited collection creates a truly global perspective on crucial practice-relevant topics such as the co-production of urban spaces, the 'right to diversity' and the 'right to the urban' in particular local settings.



Contenu

Introduction.- The Ecumenical "right to the city": Urban Commons and Intersectional Enclosures in Athens and Istanbul.- Emerging Urban Indigenous Spaces in Bolivia: a Combined Planetary and Postcolonial Perspective.- The Urban as a "concrete utopia"? Co-production and Local Governance in Distinct Urban Geographies. Transnational Learning From Chile and Germany.- Continuity and Change in Decentralist Urbanisation: Exploring the Critical Potential of Contemporary Urban Theory Through the London Docklands Development Corporation.- Comparing at what Scale? The Challenge for Comparative Urbanism in Central Asia.- Growth of Tourism Urbanisation and Implications for the Transformation of Jamaica's Rural Hinterlands.- Formats of Extended Urbanisation in Ocean Space.-Urban Tropical Forest: Where Nature and Human Settlements are Assets for Overcoming Dependency, but how can Urban Theory Identify these Potentials?.- Urbanisation, Sustainability, Development: Contemporary Complexities and Diversities in the Production of Urban Space.

Informations sur le produit

Titre: Emerging Urban Spaces
Sous-titre: A Planetary Perspective
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Code EAN: 9783319578163
Protection contre la copie numérique: filigrane numérique
Format: eBook (pdf)
Producteur: Springer International Publishing
Genre: Art
nombre de pages: 219
Parution: 27.02.2018
Taille de fichier: 3.8 MB

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