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Urban Theory (2nd Edition)

A Critical Assessment

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05 December 2014

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This wide-ranging and state-of-the-art new edition reviews the classic contributions to understanding modern and post-modern cities, and is comprehensively updated to take account of the issues and concepts at stake in 21st...

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This wide-ranging and state-of-the-art new edition reviews the classic contributions to understanding modern and post-modern cities, and is comprehensively updated to take account of the issues and concepts at stake in 21st century urban theory.

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Accessibly written and fully revised introduction to the range of contemporary debates in urban theory
Incorporates an international scope through wideranging case studies
Provides a compelling synthesis of the complex landscape of current as well as classical urban debates.

Introduction
PART I: THEORIZING THE CITY IN TIME
1. Theorizing The Premodern City
2. Theorizing The Modern City
3. Theorizing The Postmodern City
PART II: THEORIZING THE CITY IN SPACE
4. The City As Network
5. The Economic City
6. The City Of Difference
7. The Political City
8. The Everyday City
9. The City And Nature
10. Urban Imaginaries
11. Marketing The City
12. The Future Of Urban Theory: Directions And Intersections.

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John Rennie Short is Professor of Public Policy at the University of Maryland Baltimore County, USA.

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John Rennie Short is Professor of Public Policy at the University of Maryland Baltimore County, USA.

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