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In the Nature of Cities: Urban Political Ecology and the Politics of Urban Metabolism
Forward David Harvey Part 1 The Production of Urban Natures and Urban Political Ecology 1. Introduction Erik Swyngedouw, Nik Heynen and Maria Kaika 2. Sylvan City: The social production of urbanExpand
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Social Polarization and Australian Cities
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Homelessness revisited: New reflections on old paradigms
Abstract This paper has two objectives. One is to explore the new terrain of homelessness from a gendered perspective in order to suggest ways in which the material experience of homelessness mayExpand
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Suburban drifts: mundane multiculturalism in outer London
Abstract This article explores the ethnicization of London suburbs to challenge the growing public and political discourse of the ‘failure of multiculturalism’ mobilized by politicians in the UK andExpand
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City Publics: The (Dis)Enchantments of Urban Encounters
Some cities have grown into mega cities and some into uncontrolled sprawl; others have seen their centres decline with populations moving to the suburbs. In such times, questions of the public realmExpand
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Symbolic Spaces of Difference: Contesting the Eruv in Barnet, London and Tenafly, New Jersey
In this paper I explore discourses and resistances mobilized around the construction of an Orthodox Jewish symbolic and material concrete space, the ‘eruv’, in two localities (one in the UnitedExpand
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Lest Power Be Forgotten: Networks, Division and Difference in the City
Over the last decade we have seen a notable shift in the urban sociology literature from discourses of division to discourses of difference. This shift has opened up new ways of understanding theExpand
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Winners, losers and curate's eggs: Urban and regional outcomes of Australian economic restructuring 1971–1991
Abstract Since the early 1970s the Australian economy has undergone major transformations common to other western industrialised countries. Jobs in manufacturing declined precipitately whilst theExpand
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