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  • Author:
    Nick Jewson,Susanne MacGregor
  • ISBN:
    0415146038
  • ISBN13:
    978-0415146036
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    Routledge; 1 edition (August 20, 1997)
  • Pages:
    260 pages
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    Social Sciences
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Nick Jewson, Susan MacGregor.

Nick Jewson, Susan MacGregor. It analyses ways in which relationships of contest, conflict and cooperation are realised in and through the social and spatial forms of contemporary urban life. In particular, the essays focus on the impact of economic restructuring and changing forms of urban governance on patterns of urban deprivation and social exclusion

First Published 1997. eBook Published 28 June 2005.

First Published 1997. Pub. location London.

New Spatial Divisions and Social Tranformation. The twentieth century has been the century of urbanisation. There has been a massive reorganisation of the world’s population, of its political and its institutional structures and of the very ecology of the earth.

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It analyses ways in which relationships of contest, conflict and cooperation are realised in and through the social and spatial forms of contemporary urban life. In particular, the essays focus on the impact of economic restructuring and changing forms of urban governance on patterns of urban deprivation and social exclusion.

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This collection examines the profound transformations that have characterised cities of the advanced capitalist societies in the final decades of the 20th century. It analyses ways in which relationships of contest, conflict and cooperation are realised in and through the social and spatial forms of contemporary urban life. In particular, the essays focus on the impact of economic restructuring and changing forms of urban governance on patterns of urban deprivation and social exclusion. These processes, they contend, are creating new patterns of social division and new forms of regulation and control.