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Critical Perspectives on Urban Redevelopment, Volume 6 (Research in Urban Sociology)

by Kevin Fox Gotham

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Published by JAI Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Anthropology,
  • Multicultural studies,
  • Social issues,
  • Social research & statistics,
  • Urban communities,
  • Sociology - Urban,
  • Social Science,
  • Sociology,
  • History,
  • Science-History,
  • Social Science / Sociology / Urban

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages460
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8031971M
    ISBN 10076230541X
    ISBN 109780762305414

    redevelopment plan in conformance with Georgia’s Urban Redevelopment Law. This document has been developed to be the urban redevelopment plan for the Gillespie-Selden residential neighborhood. It is expected to be the critical first-step in a long-term, comprehensive housingFile Size: 6MB.   Remaking Metropolis examines examples of both urban decay and destruction as well as urban rebirth. It shows why particular approaches were successful, or did not achieve their objectives. By bringing together innovative approaches to urban living from across the world, and by demonstrating how local initiatives can contribute to global solutions, the book establishes a framework in which to Pages:

    Urban Redevelopment, Displacement and the Future of the American City C. Theodore Koebel, Ph.D. Economic and Physical Decline of the Central City 6 Urban Reinvestment and Redevelopment 7 Urban Renewal as a Redevelopment Strategy 8 Rebuilding the city in the 21st century will require new perspectives and new models, as. Critical Perspectives on Urban Redevelopment, Volume 6 (Research in Urban Sociology) (Research in Urban Sociology) (v. 6) | Kevin Fox Gotham | digital library Bookfi | BookFi - BookFinder. Download books for free. Find books.

      Castell’s claim that urban sociology has no subject matter has yet to be refuted. In this article, I argue that urban sociology should be understood as the sociology of the city. Rather than focusing on social problems within an urban context, urban sociologists need to treat the city as an autonomous social unit. The main task for the sociology of the city is to explain similarities and Cited by: 4. PERSPECTIVES Focusing on Planning in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania MC Vol Issue 1 expert in feminist and critical race studies, social action, and urban geography. She recently coauthored a book entitled nicipalities to facilitate the redevelopment of old abandoned properties.


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In Critical Perspectives on Urban Redevelopment, ed. K.F. Gotham, – Emerald Group Publishing. Emerald Group Publishing. Chicago author-date (all authors)Cited by: Eventful Cities: cultural management and urban revitalisation evaluates theoretical perspectives and links theory and practice through case studies of cities and events across the world.

Critical success factors are identified which can help to guide cities and regions to develop event strategies. Urban Megaprojects: A Worldwide View, Volume 13; Urban Areas and Global Climate Change, Volume 12; Everyday Life in the Segmented City, Volume 11; Suburbanization in Global Society, Volume 10; Gender in an Urban World, Volume 9; Ethnic Landscapes in an Urban World, Volume 8; Race and Ethnicity in New York City, Volume 7; Critical Perspectives.

Abstract. ABSTRACT: Since the early s, Baltimore has been heralded as a model of how declining, older U.S. cities can be revitalized Baltimore's economic development strategy has hinged on the creation of a “good business climate”; the linchpin of the strategy has been the redevelopment of downtown into the “corporate center” of a new Baltimore economy based on advanced services.

Urban Populism, Uneven Development, and the Space for Reform TODD SWANSTROM 7. Municipal Code Enforcement and Urban Development:Private Decisions and Public Policy in an American City SCOTT CUMMINGS and EDMOND SNIDER 8.

Chicago's North Loop Redevelopment Project: A Growth Machine on Hold. Vol Issue 4. The Eviction of Critical Perspectives from Gentrification Research It is argued that the ‘eviction’ of critical perspectives from a field in which they were once plentiful has serious State Transformation, Policy Learning, and Exclusive Displacement in the Process of Urban Redevelopment in Taiwan, Urban Geography Cited by: Drawing on [Wyly, E K and Hammel, D J () Gentrification, Housing Policy, and the new context of Urban redevelopment, in Critical perspectives on Urban Redevelopment, 6 pp.

], we have. Edited Volume: Critical Perspectives on Urban Redevelopment. Volume Six of Research in Urban Sociology. New York: Emerald Press, Peer-reviewed Journal Articles and Book Chapters: “Hazard Experience, Geophysical Vulnerability, and Flood Risk Perceptions in a. Edited Volume: Critical Perspectives on Urban Redevelopment.

Volume Six of Research in Urban Sociology. New York: Emerald Press, Peer-reviewed Journal Articles and Book Chapters: “Antagonisms of Adaptation: Climate Change Adaptation Strategies in New Orleans and New York.” Co-authored with Megan Faust.

The costs to urban scholarship in failing to analyze processes of problem definition and consensus formation have been considerable and the new Critical Perspectives on Urban Redevelopment, Volume 6, pages   "A love song for the city [this] volume, attractivelypackaged and richly illustrated, is really a cookbook for downtownrevitalization." --Wall Street Journal In this pioneering book on successful urban recovery, two urbanexperts draw on their firsthand observations of downtown changeacross the country to identify a flexible, effective approach tourban rejuvenation.5/5(1).

Critical Perspectives on Urban Redevelopment. Edited by Kevin Fox Gotham. Research in Urban Sociology: Volume 6 (JAI - Elsevier Science Press),pp. “Preface: (Re)Globalizing Stevens.” International Perspectives on Wallace Stevens.

New book chapter on temporary uses in urban redevelopment projects. Aug Peter Parker has published a chapter in the edited volume Enabling Urban Alternatives. Read more. PhD Course: Critical Perspectives on Pro-Growth Urbanism. Urban redevelopment, past and present synthesizing a wide range of critical perspectives on the urban question with emphasis on the new theory emerging in N.

America and W. Europe that insists Author: Kevin Fox Gotham.The volume's ten chapters include discussion of traditional market-oriented social science perspectives on cities and newer critical perspectives; the factors shaping American cities including corporate location decisions, developers and speculators, multiple-use projects, gentrification, auto use and highways, shopping centers, suburbs, and.URBAN REDEVELOPMENT STRATEGIES 6 increased amenity costs.

Additionally, while striving to protect the history of a building, redevelopment often forgets the culture of a neighborhood and how an introduction of higher income households may change the values and principles that are rooted in .