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Identity, justice and resistance in the neoliberal city / Gülçin Erdi, Yıldırım Şentürk, editors.
Contributor(s): Erdi, Gülçin [editor.] | Şentürk, Yıldırım [editor.].Material type: BookPublisher: London, United Kingdom : Palgrave Macmillan, 2017Copyright date: ©2017Description: xiii, 279 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781137586315 (hardback).Subject(s): Sociology, Urban | Neoliberalism -- Social aspects | Social justice | Human geography | Ethnology | Cultural AnthropologyDDC classification: 307.76
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
Facing commodification : subaltern tactics in a working-class Tokyo neighbourhood / Nicolas Pinet
Coping with the threat of evictions : commercialisation of slum development and local power play in Ahmedabad, India / Yutaka Sato
Refounded neighbourhoods and spatial justice : the inhabitants' attitudes towards urban segregation / Bruno Cousin
Urban rent speculation, uncertainty and unknowns as strategy and resistance in Istanbul's housing market / Ebru Soytemel
Challenging neoliberal nationalism in urban space : transgressive practices and spaces in Skopje / Ophélie Véron
Neighbourhood resistance and gecekondu women in Ankara / Gülçin Erdi
Turkish/Kurdish women's Migrant steps in London : public walks, personal returns / Göze Saner and Saniye Dedeoğlu
Homeless survival and resistance in the neoliberal city / Chantal Butchinsky
Managing the problems of the cities : doing business while governing Istanbul / Yıldırım Şentürk
Urban resilience and resistance in the neoliberal city : the cases of Comunidade Coliseu (Brazil-São Paulo) and Es. Col. A Da Fontinha (Portugal-Porto) / Dan Rodrigues Levy and Cláudia Barbosa Rodrigues.
This book details the current neoliberal restructuring of cities and its impact on the rise and spread of resistance and uprisings in different cities throughout the world. Through close ethnographic study the authors illuminate the strategies adopted for everyday life that have evolved in response to the neoliberal managing of cities, by which the city is shaped by market forces rather than by the needs of its inhabitants. In the light of many urban movements, uprisings and forms of resistance observed in such diverse countries as Brazil, Turkey, the USA, Greece and Spain since the Arab uprising of 2011, this collection makes an original contribution to urban sociology and social geography by developing a spatial approach to understanding how the city shapes identities and perceptions of (in)justice. This innovative volume will be of interest to readers across the social sciences. .