"Whose streets? Our streets!" Urban social movements and the transformation of everyday life in Pacific Northwest cities, 1990-1999

@inproceedings{Serbulo2008WhoseSO,
  title={"Whose streets? Our streets!" Urban social movements and the transformation of everyday life in Pacific Northwest cities, 1990-1999},
  author={Leanne Claire Serbulo},
  year={2008}
}
An abstract of the dissertation ofLeanne Claire Serbulo for the Doctor ofPhilosophy in Urban Studies presented May 9,2008. Title: "Whose streets? Our streets!" Urban social movements and the transformation ofeveryday life in Pacific Northwest cities, 1990-1999 This project returns to the questions that were once at the center of the urban studies debate over social movements. What are urban social movements, and what impacts do they leave on the cities where they occur? Urban protests in… CONTINUE READING

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