Urban Problem Discourses: Understanding the Distinctiveness of Cities

@article{Barbehn2016UrbanPD,
  title={Urban Problem Discourses: Understanding the Distinctiveness of Cities},
  author={Marlon Barbeh{\"o}n and S. M{\"u}nch and P. Gehring and A. Grossmann and M. Haus and Hubert Heinelt},
  journal={Journal of Urban Affairs},
  year={2016},
  volume={38},
  pages={236 - 251}
}
ABSTRACT: Despite the insistence in interpretive policy analysis that the discursive construction of problems must be understood in terms of their historical and spatial context, it remains an open question how cities provide such a context. We argue that cities as a distinct form of sociation enable certain (discursive) actions, while restricting others. Taking both the interest of interpretive policy analysis in the social construction of political reality and holistic concepts of approaching… Expand
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