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New Chicago A Social and Cultural Analysis

ISBN-10: 1592130887
ISBN-13: 9781592130887
Edition: 2006
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Description: 'The New Chicago' is a comprehensive and contemporary view of Chicago, the quintessential American city, that documents its transformation into a postindustrial, global city.

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Book details

List price: $44.95
Copyright year: 2006
Publisher: Temple University Press
Publication date: 9/28/2006
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 384
Size: 7.00" wide x 9.75" long x 1.25" tall
Weight: 1.496
Language: English

'The New Chicago' is a comprehensive and contemporary view of Chicago, the quintessential American city, that documents its transformation into a postindustrial, global city.

Introduction
An Overview and Point of View
Converging Forces
Globalization and the Remaking of Chicago
Economic Restructuring: Chicago's Precarious Balance
Chicago's New Politics of Growth
1 The Physical Transformation of Chicago's Central Area
2 The Emergent Suburban Landscape
Chicago's Race Relations: Past, Present, and Future
The Immigrant Presence
Chicago: The Immigrant Capital of the Heartland
Latinos of the New Chicago
New Polonia: Ghetto Immigrants, Professional Suburbanites, And Urban Cultural Actors
Asian Indians in Chicago
Re-Visioning Filipino American Communities: Evolving Identities, Issues, and Organizations
The Korean Presence in Chicago
Chicago's Chinese Americans: Chinatown and Beyond
Immigrants From the Arab World
Immigrants at Work
Introduction: Contested Reinvention and Civic Agency
The Rebirth of Bronzeville: Contested Space and Contrasting Visions
Devon Avenue: A World Market
The Affordable Housing Crisis: Complex Causes, Surprisingly Simple Solutions!
Back To Its Roots: The Industrial Areas Foundation and United Power for Action and Justice
Chicago School Reform: Advancing the Global City Agenda
The Chicago Police Evolution: Contested Reinvention and Managerial Outcomes
Transforming Public Housing
Regionalism in A Historically Divided Metropolis
Coalition Politics At America's Premier Transportation Hub
Urban Beautification: The Construction of A New Identity for Chicago
Conclusion
Learning From Chicago

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