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Author: Gareth Millington
ISBN: 0230202705
Pages: 244 pages
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan; 2011 edition (October 27, 2011)
Language: English
Category: Social Sciences
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e-Book 'Race', Culture and the Right to the City: Centres, Peripheries, Margins epub download

by Gareth Millington



Centres, Peripheries, Margins. Authors: Millington, Gareth. Gareth Millington brings a desperately needed international perspective to American concepts of 'race' in urban sociology.

Centres, Peripheries, Margins. Comparing New York, London, and Paris, he argues that the inner city has been replaced by the 'outer-inner city.

Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read In particular a contrast is drawn between the racialized inner cities of the 20th century and the 'outer-inner cities' that characterize the contemporary global city

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Gareth Millington brings a desperately needed international perspective to American concepts of 'race' in urban sociology.

Adopting a perspective inspired by Henri Lefebvre, this book considers the spread of multiculture from the central city to the periphery and considers the role that 'race' continues to play in structuring the metropolis, taking London, New York and Paris as examples. ISBN13: 9780230202702. Release Date: October 2011.

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Suzanne M. Hall, 2014. RePEc working paper series dedicated to the job market. Pretend you are at the helm of an economics department. Gareth Millington 2011 : ‘Race’, Culture and the Right to the City: Centres, Peripheries, Margins. Handle: RePEc:bla:ijurrs:v:38:y:2014:i:1:p:368-370.

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Race', culture and the right to the city: Centres, peripheries, margins

Race', culture and the right to the city: Centres, peripheries, margins. As such devalued sections of the periphery, such as suburbs suffering from disinvestment, are emerging as unlikely meeting points for new immigrants, those displaced from the central city and descendents of previous waves of suburbanisation. Common to both forms of inner city is the racialization of antagonistic community relations. Yet in contrast to the ‘inner city’ of the Fordist metropolis the outer-inner city is more fragmented, characterized by informal and flexible arrangements of labour and dwelling and most crucially lacks symbolic resonance on a government and policy level.

centres, peripheries and margins. by Gareth Millington. Introduction : the signs in the street. I can feel the city breathing. Breathe in : the public city. Breathe out : the naked city. Agonopolis : the multicultural city. Cosmopolis? : ain't no love in the heart of the city. Bedsit-land : Southend-on-Sea and London. State-space : La Courneuve and Paris. The outer-inner city : 'race', conviviality and the centre-periphery.

Adopting a perspective inspired by Henri Lefebvre, this book considers the spread of multiculture from the central city to the periphery and considers the role that 'race' continues to play in structuring the metropolis, taking London, New York and Paris as examples.