Urbanization An Introduction to Urban Geography

ISBN-10: 0131424505

ISBN-13: 9780131424500

Edition: 2nd 2005 (Revised)

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List price: $159.20
Edition: 2nd
Copyright year: 2005
Publisher: Prentice Hall PTR
Publication date: 1/7/2005
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 608
Size: 8.25" wide x 10.75" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 3.234
Language: English

Urbanization and Urban Geography The Study of Urban Geography Urbanization: Processes and Outcomes The Plan of the Book
The Origins and Growth of Cities The Definition of a City Preconditions for Urbanization Theories of Urban Origins Urban Origins Internal Structure of the Earliest Cities Urban Expansion from the Regions of Urban Origin The Roots of European Urban Expansion Urbanization and the Industrial Revolution
The Foundations of the American Urban System Frontier Urbanization The Mercantile Epoch (1790ndash;1840) Early Industrial Expansion and Realignment (1840ndash;1875) The Organization of Industry (1875ndash;1920) Early Fordism, the Automobile Era, Suburban Infill, and the Great Depression (1920ndash;1945)
Urban Systems in Transition Freeways, Regional Decentralization, and Metropolitan Consolidation (1945ndash;1972) Economic Crisis and Neo-Fordist Urban Restructuring (1972ndash;1983) Neo-Fordist Economic Restructuring and the Emergence of ldquo;Informationalrdquo; Cities (1983ndash;present)
The Foundations of Urban Form and Land Use The Mercantile City (before 1840) The Early Industrial City (1840ndash;1875) The Industrial City (1875ndash;1920) Urban Structure in the Industrial Era
Changing Metropolitan Form Suburban Infill (1920ndash;1945) Freeways and Metropolitan Sprawl (1945ndash;1972) Neo-Fordist Development (1973ndash;Present) The End of ldquo;Suburbiardquo;
Urbanization in the Less Developed Countries Urbanization Trends and Projections: The Less Developed Countries in Global Context Factors promoting Urban Growth Theories of Urbanization and Economic Development An Historical Perspective on Colonial Urbanization Overurbanization and Megacities
Urban Form and Land Use in the Less Developed Countries Patterns of Urban Form and Land Use
Urban Problems and Responses in the Less Developed Countries Urban Problems Responses to the Problems of Urbanization
The City as Text: Architecture and Urban Design Architecture and the Dynamics of Urban Change The Style of Production/The Production of Style
The Urban Development Process Property, Location, Rent, and Investment The Structures of Building Provision
The Residential Kaleidoscope Social Interaction and Residential Segregation Interpretations of Residential Ecology The New Mosaic: Attempting to identify ldquo;Lifestylerdquo; Communities
How Neighborhoods Change Neighborhood Change Housing Markets Residential Mobility and Neighborhood Change Housing Market Gatekeepers, Bias, and Discrimination Putting It All Together: The Example of Gentrification
Urbanization, Urban Life, and Urban Spaces Social Life In Cities Theoretical Interpretations of Urban Life Gendered Spaces: Women, Home, and Community
Problems of Urbanization Problem? What Problem? From Haunts of Vice to Gang Wastelands-and Back Slums and Poverty Areas Criminal Violence Homelessness Infrastructure and Environmental Problems
The Politics of Change: Urbanization and Urban Governance Laissez-faire: Government and Politics in the Mercantile City (1790-1840) Municipal Socialism and the Rise of Machine Politics (1840-1875) Boosterism and the Politics of Reform (1875-1920) Metropolitan Fragmentation and the Formation of Progrowth Coalitions (1920-1945) Cities as Growth Machines and Service Providers (1945-1973) Fiscal Crisis and Entrepreneurial Politics (1973-present) Conceptual and Theoretical Perspectives on Governance, Politics, and Urban Change
Urban Policy and Planning The Roots of Urban Policy and Planning The Beginning: Philanthropy and Reform The City Practical <P st
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