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100 1  Jonas, Andrew E. G 
245 10 Urban Geography :|bA Critical Introduction 
250    1st ed 
264  1 Chicester :|bJohn Wiley & Sons, Incorporated,|c2015 
264  4 |c©2013 
300    1 online resource (380 pages) 
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490 1  Critical Introductions to Geography Ser 
505 0  Intro -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Contents -- List 
       of Figures -- List of Tables -- List of Boxes -- 
       Acknowledgments -- Preface -- Chapter 1 Approaching the 
       City -- 1.1 Introduction -- Bright lights, big city -- 
       Academic approaches -- 1.2 Being Geographical, Being 
       Urbanist -- Defining "the urban" as an object of study -- 
       1.3 Approaching Cities as Processes: Urbanization and 
       Development, Urbanism, and Planning -- Urbanization and 
       development -- Urbanism -- Planning -- Summary -- 1.4 
       Urban Geography: Foundational Approaches -- Before there 
       was Urban Geography: The Chicago School -- Urban geography,
       from the Chicago School to the quantitative revolution -- 
       1.5 Conclusion: Building on our Foundations -- 1.6 Further
       Reading -- Chapter 2 Cities for Whom? The Contours 
       and Commitments of Critical Urban Geography -- 2.1 
       Introduction -- 2.2 Developing Critical Urban Theories and
       Concepts -- Gentrification and the "rent gap" as critical 
       concepts -- Being critical by combining the abstract and 
       the concrete -- 2.3 Social Relevance and Public Action -- 
       Public urban geographies and the right to the city -- 
       Occupying urban space and urban political discourse -- 2.4
       Ordinary Urbanism in a World of Cities -- Critical 
       geographies beyond the academy -- Critical geographies 
       beyond the global North: Ordinariness, difference,and 
       decentering urban theory -- 2.5 Positively Different, 
       Positively Critical -- 2.6 Further Reading -- Chapter 3 
       Production, Economy, and the City -- 3.1 Introduction -- 
       3.2 Urbanization and the Regional Dynamics of the 
       Production System -- Accumulation, urbanization, and 
       capitalist development -- Urban development under mass 
       production -- 3.3 Patterns and Processes of Urban and 
       Regional Development after Fordism -- 3.4 Globalization as
       regional urbanization -- Uneven regional development in 
       the United Kingdom 
505 8  Racism and uneven urban development: the case of redlining
       -- 3.5 Gentrification: The Economic Revival of the Inner 
       City? -- 3.6 Summary and Conclusions -- 3.7 Further 
       Reading -- Chapter 4 A World of Cities -- 4.1 Introduction
       -- 4.2 There is Nothing New About Global Cities -- 4.3 
       Cities in the Contemporary World: The Global Cities 
       Literature -- Economic command, control, and connection, 
       post-1970 -- Specifying "globalness": Advanced producer 
       services and the command and control of the global economy
       -- Measuring and mapping command, control, and connections
       -- 4.4 Beyond a "Citadel Geography": The Critique of the 
       Dominant Global Cities Approach -- 4.5 Toward Critical 
       Geographies of Ordinary Urbanism: Researching a World of 
       Cities -- Ordinary urbanism on the move -- 4.6 Conclusion 
       -- 4.7 Further Reading -- Chapter 5 Labor and the City -- 
       5.1 Introduction -- 5.2 Why your Labor Matters: Making a 
       Living in the City -- 5.3 The Control and Segmentation of 
       Labor in the Industrial City -- The control and 
       segregation of labor in the new international division of 
       labor -- 5.4 The Urban Labor Market: Dynamic Dependencies 
       Between Employers and Workers -- 5.5 Welfare-to-Work and 
       the Rise of Contingent Labor in the City -- 5.6 Resisting 
       Urban Economic Change: Labor and Community Coalitions -- 
       Contesting deindustrialization in Chicago -- Living wage 
       campaigns in London -- 5.7 Summary and Conclusion -- 5.8 
       Further Reading -- Chapter 6 The City and Social 
       Reproduction -- 6.1 Introduction -- 6.2 Defining the 
       Gendered Spaces of Social Reproduction -- Women's work, 
       love, and the social reproduction of capitalism -- 6.3 
       Social Reproduction and Urban Form -- Social reproduction 
       and urban form in Kolkata, India -- 6.4 Changing Spaces of
       Social Reproduction -- The case of public housing in the 
       United States -- The case of undocumented migrant life in 
       the United States 
505 8  The case of structural adjustment in Kingston, Jamaica -- 
       6.5 Summary -- 6.6 Further Reading -- Chapter 7 Governing 
       the City The State, Urban Planning, and Politics -- 7.1 
       Introduction -- 7.2 Capitalist Urbanization: Planning, 
       Social Provision, and the Housing Question -- The 
       provision of housing -- 7.3 Urban Entrepreneurialism and 
       the New Urban Politics -- Entrepreneurial urban policies -
       - 7.4 Suburban Development and Metropolitan Political 
       Fragmentation -- Edge cities and postsuburban space -- 
       Gated communities -- 7.5 De Facto Urban Policy and the 
       Rise of City-Regionalism -- 7.6 Summary and Conclusions --
       7.7 Further Reading -- Chapter 8 Experiencing Cities -- 
       8.1 Introduction -- 8.2 What is "Experience"? -- Social 
       difference and power -- 8.3 Social Space, City Space -- 
       Gentrification -- Is the "ghetto" your home? -- 
       Homelessness -- Youth geographies and consumption spaces -
       - 8.4 Is there an Urban Identity? -- 8.5 Emotions and City
       Life -- 8.6 Summary and Conclusions -- 8.7 Further Reading
       -- Chapter 9 Molding and Marketing the Image of the City -
       - 9.1 Introduction -- 9.2 Contemporary Perspectives on 
       Urban Entrepreneurialism -- 9.3 Who Markets Cities and to 
       Whom? Key Actors and Audiences -- 9.4 Making the Pitch: 
       The Strategies and Politics of Shaping Urban Identities 
       for the Market -- Imagineering the built environment as a 
       resource for production and consumption -- People as 
       resources for production and consumption -- Managing and 
       policing the Imagineered city -- The politics of 
       maintaining a city's image -- 9.5 Summary and Conclusions 
       -- 9.6 Further Reading -- Chapter 10 Nature and 
       Environment in the City -- 10.1 Introduction -- 10.2 
       Nature in the Modern Metropolis -- Urban metabolism -- 
       Positive environmentalism -- Disease, life, and death in 
       the modern city -- 10.3 Regulating Nature and Environment 
       in the City 
505 8  Regulating the boundaries between city and countryside -- 
       Re-imagining nature in the entrepreneurial city -- 10.4 
       The Urban Sustainability Fix: Towards Low Carbon Cities --
       10.5 Summary and Conclusion -- 10.6 Further Reading -- 
       Chapter 11 Urban Arts and Visual Cultures -- 11.1 
       Introduction -- 11.2 Art, Aesthetics, and Urban Space -- 
       11.3 Visuality -- 11.4 The Artistic Mode of Production -- 
       11.5 Architecture, Verticality, and the Nation -- 11.6 
       Museums and Memorialization -- 11.7 Summary and 
       Conclusions -- 11.8 Further Reading -- Chapter 12 
       Alternative Urban Spaces and Politics -- 12.1 Introduction
       -- 12.2 Beyond Mainstream Urban Development Politics -- 
       12.3 The Right to the City and the New Urban Commons -- 
       The right to the city -- The new urban commons -- 12.4 The
       City, Citizenship, and Democracy -- 12.5 Environmental and
       Social Justice in the City -- 12.6 Circuits of Value and 
       Alternative Urban Enterprises -- 12.7 Summary and 
       Conclusions -- 12.8 Further Reading -- Chapter 13 Urban 
       Crises -- 13.1 Introduction -- 13.2 Global Financial 
       Crisis and Austerity Urbanism -- 13.3 Shrinking Cities -- 
       The effects of shrinkage on urban identity and memory -- 
       13.4 National Political Unrest -- Bangkok, Thailand -- 
       13.5 The Urban Carceral Society -- The carceral society 
       away from prison -- 13.6 Militarization of the City, 
       Urbanization of the Military -- 13.7 Summary and 
       Conclusions -- 13.8 Further Reading -- Chapter 14 Epilogue
       : Critical Urban Geographies and Their Futures -- 14.1 
       Introduction -- 14.2 Ways Forward -- Exploring 
       interconnected urban worlds -- Looking for new and 
       existing alliances and social movements in the city -- 
       Rescaling knowledge of the state and citizenship around 
       the city -- Revealing urban geographies of social 
       reproduction -- Planning for social and environmental 
       justice in the city -- 14.3 Final reflections and 
       Conclusions -- Glossary 
505 8  References -- Index -- EULA 
520    Urban Geography a comprehensive introduction to a variety 
       of issues relating to contemporary urban geography, 
       including patterns and processes of urbanization, urban 
       development, urban planning, and life experiences in 
       modern cities. Reveals both the diversity of ordinary 
       urban geographies and the networks, flows and relations 
       which increasingly connect cities and urban spaces at the 
       global scale Uses the city as a lens for proposing and 
       developing critical concepts which show how wider social 
       processes, relations, and power structures are changing 
       Considers the experiences, lives, practices, struggles, 
       and words of ordinary urban residents and marginalized 
       social groups rather than exclusively those of urban 
       elites Shows readers how to develop critical perspectives 
       on dominant neoliberal representations of the city and 
       explore the great diversity of urban worlds 
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