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Of states and cities : the partitioning of urban space / edited by Peter Marcuse and Ronald van Kempen.

Contributor(s): Marcuse, Peter | Kempen, Ronald van.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Oxford geographical and environmental studies. Publisher: Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2002Description: xii, 291 p. : ill., maps ; 24 cm.ISBN: 019829719X (hbk.); 9780198297192 (hbk.) .Subject(s): Sociology, Urban | Urban economics | City planningDDC classification: 307.76 STA Online resources: Table of contents
Contents:
States, cities, and the partitioning of urban space /​ Peter Marcuse and Ronald van Kempen The partitioned city in history /​ Peter Marcuse The academic formulations: explanations for the partitioned city /​ Ronald van Kempen The poor city: national and local perspectives on changes in residential patterns in the British city /​ Peter Lee and Alan Murie Towards partitioned cities in the Netherlands? changing patterns of segregation in a highly developed welfare state /​ Ronald van Kempen The shifting meaning of the black ghetto in the United States /​ Peter Marcuse Economic restructuring and urban segregation in Sao Paulo /​ Sueli Ramos Schiffer Residential segregation among social and ethnic groups in Budapest during the post-communist transition /​ Janos Ladanyi From egalitarian cities in theory to non-egalitarian cities in practice: the changing social and spatial patterns in Polish cities /​ Grzegorz Weclawowicz A metropolis at the crossroads: the changing social geography of Istanbul under the impact of globalization /​ Murat Guvenc and Oguz Islk The rise of advanced marginality: notes on its nature and implications /​ Loic Wacquant 'Poverty pockets' and social exclusion: on the role of place in shaping social inequality /​ Eva T. van Kempen States, cities, and the partitioning of urban space: conclusions /​ Peter Marcuse and Ronald van Kempen.
Summary: Globalization, the shape of cities, the future of cities, the increasing gap between rich and poor inhabitants, and ethnic and racial segregation, are the key themes of this book.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

States, cities, and the partitioning of urban space /​ Peter Marcuse and Ronald van Kempen
The partitioned city in history /​ Peter Marcuse
The academic formulations: explanations for the partitioned city /​ Ronald van Kempen
The poor city: national and local perspectives on changes in residential patterns in the British city /​ Peter Lee and Alan Murie
Towards partitioned cities in the Netherlands? changing patterns of segregation in a highly developed welfare state /​ Ronald van Kempen
The shifting meaning of the black ghetto in the United States /​ Peter Marcuse
Economic restructuring and urban segregation in Sao Paulo /​ Sueli Ramos Schiffer
Residential segregation among social and ethnic groups in Budapest during the post-communist transition /​ Janos Ladanyi
From egalitarian cities in theory to non-egalitarian cities in practice: the changing social and spatial patterns in Polish cities /​ Grzegorz Weclawowicz
A metropolis at the crossroads: the changing social geography of Istanbul under the impact of globalization /​ Murat Guvenc and Oguz Islk
The rise of advanced marginality: notes on its nature and implications /​ Loic Wacquant
'Poverty pockets' and social exclusion: on the role of place in shaping social inequality /​ Eva T. van Kempen
States, cities, and the partitioning of urban space: conclusions /​ Peter Marcuse and Ronald van Kempen.

Globalization, the shape of cities, the future of cities, the increasing gap between rich and poor inhabitants, and ethnic and racial segregation, are the key themes of this book.

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