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Displacement, revolution, and the new urban condition : theories and case studies / Ipsita Chatterjee.

By: Chatterjee, Ipsita.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: New Delhi : SAGE Publications India Pvt. Ltd, 2014Description: xvi, 158 pages : ill. ; 23 cm.ISBN: 9788132116608 (hbk.) .Subject(s): Forced migration -- Social aspects -- Developing countries | Urbanization -- Social aspects -- Developing countries | Economic development projects -- Developing countriesDDC classification: 307.2 CHA Online resources: Table of contents
Contents:
Acknowledgments -- Preface -- List of images -- Introduction -- Acknowledgments -- Preface -- List of images -- Introduction -- New urban politics -- Accumulation, estrangement, and displacement -- Resettlement and the territorialization of exploitation -- Of unruly practices and resistance -- Reversing the arrow? : theory transfer and theory-building -- Bibliography -- Index -- About the author.
Summary: Provides a window into the global urban contradiction through the lens of a Third World city. This book develops a dialectical praxis of theory transfer that takes us from the First World to the Third World and back again.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 150-155) and index.

Acknowledgments --
Preface --
List of images --
Introduction --
Acknowledgments --
Preface --
List of images --
Introduction --
New urban politics --
Accumulation, estrangement, and displacement --
Resettlement and the territorialization of exploitation --
Of unruly practices and resistance --
Reversing the arrow? : theory transfer and theory-building --
Bibliography --
Index --
About the author.

Provides a window into the global urban contradiction through the lens of a Third World city. This book develops a dialectical praxis of theory transfer that takes us from the First World to the Third World and back again.

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