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The Physical City

Author: Neil L. Shumsky
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1135603057
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First Published in 1996. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

Healthy Cities

Author: Namir Khan
Publisher: Lanham, Md. : Scarecrow Press
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Modern cities can be designed to constitute a more supportive environment for a great many activities, provide a more livable habitat and reduce the burden imposed on the biosphere. They can be made healthier and more sustainable by means of new and emerging preventive approaches. This volume focuses on those preventive approaches that can make cities healthier and more sustainable.

Exploiting The Knowledge Economy

Author: Paul Cunningham
Publisher: IOS Press
ISBN: 9781586036829
Size: 61.68 MB
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Adaptation of applied information and communication technologies (ICT) research results is one of the greatest challenges faced in building the global knowledge economy. This set of two books brings together a collection of contributions on commercial, government or societal exploitation of applied ICT.

Handbook Of Urban Studies

Author: Ronan Paddison
Publisher: SAGE
ISBN: 9780803976955
Size: 68.73 MB
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The Handbook of Urban Studies provides the first comprehensive, up-to-date account of the urban condition, relevant to a wide readership from academics to researchers and policymakers. It provides a theoretically and empirically informed account embracing all the different disciplines contributing to urban studies. Leading authors identify key issues and questions and future trends for further research and present their findings so that, where appropriate, they are relevant to the needs of policymakers. Using the city as a unifying structure, the Handbook provides an holistic appreciation of urban structure and change, and of the theories by which we understand the structure, development and changing character

Transcultural Cities

Author: Jeffrey Hou
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1135122040
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Transcultural Cities uses a framework of transcultural placemaking, cross-disciplinary inquiry and transnational focus to examine a collection of case studies around the world, presented by a multidisciplinary group of scholars and activists in architecture, urban planning, urban studies, art, environmental psychology, geography, political science, and social work. The book addresses the intercultural exchanges as well as the cultural trans-formation that takes place in urban spaces. In doing so, it views cultures not in isolation from each other in today’s diverse urban environments, but as mutually influenced, constituted and transformed. In cities and regions around the globe, migrations of people have continued to shape the makeup and making of neighborhoods, districts, and communities. For instance, in North America, new immigrants have revitalized many of the decaying urban landscapes, creating renewed cultural ambiance and economic networks that transcend borders. In Richmond, BC Canada, an Asian night market has become a major cultural event that draws visitors throughout the region and across the US and Canadian border. Across the Pacific, foreign domestic workers in Hong Kong transform the deserted office district in Central on weekends into a carnivalesque site. While contributing to the multicultural vibes in cities, migration and movements have also resulted in tensions, competition, and clashes of cultures between different ethnic communities, old-timers, newcomers, employees and employers, individuals and institutions. In Transcultural Cities Jeffrey Hou and a cross-disciplinary team of authors argue for a more critical and open approach that sees today’s cities, urban places, and placemaking as vehicles for cross-cultural understanding.