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Aberley, D. Telling stories to the future: Approaches to planning for the new millennium. In J. Grant (Ed.), A reader in canadian planning: Linking theory and practice (pp. 153)

Abers, R. Learning democractic practice: Distributing government resources through popular participation in porto alegre, brazil. In M. Douglass, & J. Friedmann (Eds.), Cities for citizens (pp. 39)

Abu Lughod, J. Social exclusion and space. In R. LeGates, & F. Stout (Eds.), The city reader (pp. 181)

Abu-Lughod, J. Civil/Uncivil society: Confusing from with content. In M. Douglass, & J. Friedmann (Eds.), Cities for citizens (pp. 227)

Adams, J. A letter from the future. In S. Graham (Ed.), The cybercities reader (pp. 411)

Adler, S., & Brenner, J. Gender and space: Lesbians and gay men in the city. In J. Lin, & C. Mele (Eds.), The urban sociology reader (pp. 200)

Adorno, T. W. The culture industry reconsidered. In M. Miles, T. Hall & I. Borden (Eds.), The city cultures reader (pp. 163)

Agre, P. Life after cyberspace. In S. Graham (Ed.), The cybercities reader (pp. 415)

Agrest, D. Architecture from without: Body, logic and sex. In I. Borden, B. Penner & J. Rendell (Eds.), Gender, space and architecture (pp. 358)

Aguilar, A. G. Mexico city growth and regional dispersal: The expansion of largest cities and new spatial forms. In M. Pacione (Ed.), The city: Critical concepts in the social sciences (pp. 497)

Akbur, R. The city as imperial centre: Imagining london in two caribeean novels. In G. Bridge, & S. Watson (Eds.), A companion to the city (pp. 65)

Akita, A., Dear, M., & Wolch, J. Explaining homelessness. In J. M. Stein (Ed.), Classic readings in urban planning (pp. 221)

Aksoy, A., & Robins, K. Worlds apart and together: Trial by space in istanbul. In G. Bridge, & S. Watson (Eds.), A companion to the city (pp. 342)

Alexander, E. After rationality: Towards a contingency theory for planning. In R. W. Burchell, S. J. Mandelbaum & L. Mazza (Eds.),Explorations in planning theory (pp. 45)

Allor, D. J. Toward a longer view and higher duty for local planning commissions. In J. M. Stein (Ed.), Classic readings in urban planning (pp. 384)

al-Shaykh, H. In G. Bridge, & S. Watson (Eds.), The blackwell city reader(pp. 93)

Altschuler, A. The goals of comprehensive planning. In J. M. Stein (Ed.),Classic readings in urban planning (pp. 67)

Amin, A. The economic base of contemporary cities. In G. Bridge, & S. Watson (Eds.), A companion to the city (pp. 115)

Anderson, K. Engendering race research: Unsettling the self-other dichotomy. In M. Miles, T. Hall & I. Borden (Eds.), The city cultures reader(pp. 369)

Anderson, K. J. The idea of chinatown: The power of place and institutional practice in the making of a racial category. In N. R. Fyfe, & J. T. Kenny (Eds.), The urban geography reader (pp. 219)

Andrew, C., Graham, K. A., & Phillips, S. D. Urban affairs in canada: Changing roles and changing perspectives. In C. Andrew, K. A. Graham & S. D. Phillips (Eds.), Urban affairs: Back on the policy agenda (pp. 3)

Andrew, C., Graham, K. A., & Phillips, S. D. (Eds.). (2002). Urban affairs: Back on the policy agenda. Montreal: McGill Queen’s University Press.

Angel, S., & Boonyabancha, S. Land sharing as an alternative to eviction: The bangkok experience. In M. Pacione (Ed.), The city: Critical concepts in the social sciences (pp. 332)

Aoyama, Y. E-commerce and urban space in japan: Accessing the net via convenience stores. In S. Graham (Ed.), The cybercities reader (pp. 231)

Appleyard, D., & Jacobs, A. Toward an urban design manifesto. In R. LeGates, & F. Stout (Eds.), The city reader (pp. 437)

Ardener, S. The partition of space. In I. Borden, B. Penner & J. Rendell (Eds.), Gender, space and architecture: An interdisciplinary introduction(pp. 112)

Arnstein, S. A ladder of citizen participation. In R. LeGates, & F. Stout (Eds.), The city reader (pp. 244)

Arnstein, S. R. A ladder of citizen participation. In M. Pacione (Ed.), The city: Critical concepts in the social sciences (pp. 307)

Aryeetey-Attoh, S., Costa, F. J., Monroe, C. B., Morrow-Jones, H. A., & Sommers, G. G. Central-city distress in ohio’s elastic cities: Regional and local policy responses. In M. Pacione (Ed.), The city: Critical concepts in the social sciences (pp. 420)

Aubrey, D. Principles for successful community planning in northern communities. In J. Grant (Ed.), A reader in canadian planning: Linking theory and practice (pp. 332)

Aurigi, A., & Graham, S. Cyberspace and the city: The “virtual city” in europe. In G. Bridge, & S. Watson (Eds.), A companion to the city (pp. 489)

Badshah, A. A., & Perlman, J. E. Mega-cities and the urban future: A model for replicating best practices. In G. Bridge, & S. Watson (Eds.),Blackwell city reader (pp. 549)

Barley, N. People. In S. Graham (Ed.), The cybercities reader (pp. 159)

Barnes, D. The hem of manhattan. In G. Bridge, & S. Watson (Eds.), The blackwell city reader (pp. 71)

Bartone, C., Bernstein, J., & Leitmann, J. Environmental management and urban development: Issues and options for third world cities. In M. Pacione (Ed.), The city: Critical concepts in the social sciences (pp. 431)

Battuta, I., Diaz, B., Durer, A., & Polo, M. First-person accounts of great cities of the medieval and early modern world. In R. LeGates, & F. Stout (Eds.), The city reader (pp. 49)

Baum, H. S. Community and consensus: Reality and fantasy in planning. In S. Campbell, & S. S. Fainstein (Eds.), Readings in planning theory (pp. 275)

Beamish, A. The city in cyberspace. In S. Graham (Ed.), The cybercities reader (pp. 273)

Beasley, L. Moving forward in canadian communities: Soliloquy of an urbanist. In J. Grant (Ed.), A reader in canadian planning: Linking theory and practice (pp. 386)

Beatley, T. Green urbanism and the lessons of european cities: The vision of green urbanism and creating green and sustainable cities in the united states: Lessons from europe. In R. LeGates, & F. Stout (Eds.),The city reader (pp. 389)

Beauregard, R. Between modernity and postmodernity: The ambiguous position of US planning. In G. Bridge, & S. Watson (Eds.), Blackwell city reader (pp. 502)

Beauregard, R. A. Between modernity and postmodernity: The ambiguous position of U.S. planning. In S. Campbell, & S. S. Fainstein (Eds.), Readings in planning theory ()

Beauvoir, S. D. The second sex (excerpts from the introduction). In I. Borden, B. Penner & J. Rendell (Eds.), Gender, space and architecture: An interdisciplinary introduction (pp. 29)

Beaverstock, J. V., Smith, R. G., & Taylor, P. J. World-city network: A new metageography? In N. R. Fyfe, & J. T. Kenny (Eds.), The urban geography reader (pp. 63)

Beazley, H. Street boys in yogyakarta: Social and spatial exclusion in the public spaces of the city. In G. Bridge, & S. Watson (Eds.), A companion to the city (pp. 472)

Benjamin, W. The arcades project. In G. Bridge, & S. Watson (Eds.),Blackwell city reader (pp. 393)

Berlin, S. The canadian healthy communities project: Shapes of the reality. In J. Grant (Ed.), A reader in canadian planning: Linking theory and practice (pp. 214)

Berner, E., & Korff, R. Globalization and local resistance: The creation of localities in manila and bangkok. In M. Pacione (Ed.), The city: Critical concepts in the social sciences (pp. 617)

Berridge, J. Beauty, truth, and order, or something like that. In J. Grant (Ed.), A reader in canadian planning: Linking theory and practice (pp. 188)

Bestor, T. C. Wholesale sushi: Culture and commodity in tokyo’s tsukiji market. In S. M. Low (Ed.), Theorizing the city: The new urban anthropology reader ()

Betancour, A., & Hasdell, P. Tango: A choreography of urban displacement. In M. Miles, T. Hall & I. Borden (Eds.), The city cultures reader (pp. 277)

Bianchin, J. Don’t be a drip: Planning for water efficiency. In J. Grant (Ed.), A reader in canadian planning: Linking theory and practice (pp. 265)

Birch, E. L. Woman-made america: The case of early public housing policy. In J. M. Stein (Ed.), Classic readings in urban planning (pp. 255)

Blais, P. The shape of the information city: Understanding the impacts of the information revolution on city form. In J. Grant (Ed.), A reader in canadian planning: Linking theory and practice (pp. 282)

Blakney, J. L. Citizens bane: Consensus building in planning. In J. Grant (Ed.), A reader in canadian planning: Linking theory and practice (pp. 120)

Blanche, Paul Vidal de la. Meaning and aim of human geography. In J. Agnew, D. N. Livingstone & A. Rogers (Eds.), Human geography: An essential anthology (pp. 181)

Bloomer, J. Big jugs. In I. Borden, B. Penner & J. Rendell (Eds.), Gender, space and architecture (pp. 371)

Boas, F. The study of geography. In J. Agnew, D. N. Livingstone & A. Rogers (Eds.), Human geography: An essential anthology (pp. 173)

Boden, D., & Molotch, H. Cyberspace meets the compulsion of proximity. In S. Graham (Ed.), The cybercities reader (pp. 101)

Boeri, S. Eclectic atlases. In S. Graham (Ed.), The cybercities reader (pp. 117)

Bolan, R. S. Planning and institutional design. In R. W. Burchell, S. J. Mandelbaum & L. Mazza (Eds.), Explorations in planning theory (pp. 497)

Bondi, L., & Christie, H. Working out the urban: Gender relations and the city. In G. Bridge, & S. Watson (Eds.), A companion to the city (pp. 292)

Borchert, J. R. American metropolitan evolution. In M. Pacione (Ed.), The city: Critical concepts in the social sciences (pp. 119)

Borden, I. A performance critique of the city: The urban practice of skateboarding, 1958-98. In M. Miles, T. Hall & I. Borden (Eds.), The city cultures reader (pp. 291)

Borden, I., Penner, B., & Rendell, J. (Eds.). Gender, space, architecture: An interdisciplinary introduction. New York: Routledge.

Born, P., Levine, B., & Torjman, S. Community economic development in canadian cities: From experiment to mainstream. In C. Andrew, K. A. Graham & S. D. Phillips (Eds.), Urban affairs: Back on the policy agenda(pp. 201)

Bose, M. Women’s work and the built environment: Lessons from the slums of calcutta, india. In M. Pacione (Ed.), The city: Critical concepts in the social sciences (pp. 221)

Bourdieu, P. The production of belief: Contribution to an economy of symbolic goods. In M. Miles, T. Hall & I. Borden (Eds.), The city cultures reader (pp. 103)

Bourne, L. S. Reinventing the suburbs: Old myths and new RealitiesBourne, L.S. In M. Pacione (Ed.), The city: Critical concepts in the social sciences (pp. 257)

Bourne, L. S. The urban sprawl debate: Myths, realities, and hidden agendas. In J. Grant (Ed.), A reader in canadian planning: Linking theory and practice (pp. 380)

Boutelle, S. Julia moran. In I. Borden, B. Penner & J. Rendell (Eds.),Gender, space and architecture (pp. 240)

Boyer, M. C. Dreaming the rational city. In G. Bridge, & S. Watson (Eds.),The blackwell city reader (pp. 39)

Boyer, M. C. X marks the spot: Times square dead or alive? In G. Bridge, & S. Watson (Eds.), A companion to the city (pp. 430)

Bradshaw, F. (. Working with women. In I. Borden, B. Penner & J. Rendell (Eds.), Gender, space and architecture (pp. 282)

Breheny, M. Urban compaction: Feasible and acceptable? In M. Pacione (Ed.), The city: Critical concepts in the social sciences (pp. 623)

Bremner, L. Reinventing the johannesburg inner city. In G. Bridge, & S. Watson (Eds.), Blackwell city reader (pp. 208)

Bridge, G., & Watson, S. City differences. In G. Bridge, & S. Watson (Eds.), A companion to the city (pp. 251)

Bridge, G., & Watson, S. City economies. In G. Bridge, & S. Watson (Eds.), A companion to the city (pp. 101)

Bridge, G., & Watson, S. City imaginaries. In G. Bridge, & S. Watson (Eds.), A companion to the city (pp. 7)

Bridge, G., & Watson, S. City interventions. In G. Bridge, & S. Watson (Eds.), A companion to the city (pp. 505)

Bridge, G., & Watson, S. City publics. In G. Bridge, & S. Watson (Eds.), A companion to the city (pp. 369)

Brindley, T., Rydin, Y., & Stoker, G. Popular planning: Coin street, london. In S. Campbell, & S. S. Fainstein (Eds.), Readings in planning theory (pp. 296)

Brod, H. Excerpts from ‘the case for men’s studies’. In I. Borden, B. Penner & J. Rendell (Eds.), Gender, space and architecture: An interdisciplinary introduction (pp. 88)

Broeckmann, A. Public spheres and network interfaces. In S. Graham (Ed.), The cybercities reader (pp. 378)

Brooks, M. P. Planning and political power: Toward a strategy for coping. In R. W. Burchell, S. J. Mandelbaum & L. Mazza (Eds.), Explorations in planning theory (pp. 116)

Brown, B., & Giles, H. ‘And not a drop to drink’: Water and sanitation services to the urban poor in the developing world. In M. Pacione (Ed.),The city: Critical concepts in the social sciences (pp. 445)

Brown, D. S. Room at the top? sexism and the star system in architecture. In I. Borden, B. Penner & J. Rendell (Eds.), Gender, space and architecture (pp. 258)

Bryson, J. M., & Crosby, B. C. Planning and the design and use of forums, arenas, and courts. In R. W. Burchell, S. J. Mandelbaum & L. Mazza (Eds.), Explorations in planning theory (pp. 462)

Buck, N., & Gordon, I. Turbulence and sedimentation in the labor markets of late twentieth century metropoles. In G. Bridge, & S. Watson (Eds.), A companion to the city (pp. 181)

Bunnell, T. Cyberjaya and putrajaya: Malaysia’s “intelligent” cities. In S. Graham (Ed.), The cybercities reader (pp. 348)

Burchell, R. W., Mandelbaum, S. J., & Mazza, L. (Eds.). (1996).Explorations in planning theory. New Brunswick, New Jersey: Center for Urban Policy Research.

Burgess, E. W. The growth of the city. In G. Bridge, & S. Watson (Eds.),Blackwell city reader (pp. 244)

Burgess, E. W. The growth of the city: An introduction to a research project. In R. LeGates, & F. Stout (Eds.), The city reader (pp. 153)

Burgess, E. W. The growth of the city: An introduction to a research project. In J. Lin, & C. Mele (Eds.), The urban sociology reader (pp. 73)

Burgess, E. W. The growth of the city: An introduction to a research project. In N. R. Fyfe, & J. T. Kenny (Eds.), The urban geography reader(pp. 19)

Burgess, E. W. The growth of the city: An introduction to a research project. In M. Miles, T. Hall & I. Borden (Eds.), The city cultures reader(pp. 20)

Burns, C., Campbell, R., Duany, A., Kayden, J., & Krieger, A. Urban or suburban. In S. S. Fainstein, & S. Campbell (Eds.), Readings in urban theory (pp. 362)

Burstein, M. Managing multicultural issues in cities. In J. Grant (Ed.), A reader in canadian planning: Linking theory and practice (pp. 175)

Butler, J. Excerpts from ‘subversive bodily acts’. In I. Borden, B. Penner & J. Rendell (Eds.), Gender, space and architecture: An interdisciplinary introduction (pp. 96)

Buttimer, A. Musing on helicon: Root metaphors and geography. In J. Agnew, D. N. Livingstone & A. Rogers (Eds.), Human geography: An essential anthology (pp. 54)

Butzer, K. W. Geography, marx and the concept of nature. In J. Agnew, D. N. Livingstone & A. Rogers (Eds.), Human geography: An essential anthology (pp. 282)

Caldeira, T. P. R. Fortified enclaves: The new urban segregation. In J. Lin, & C. Mele (Eds.), The urban sociology reader (pp. 327)

Caldwell, L. Imagining naples: The senses of the city. In G. Bridge, & S. Watson (Eds.), A companion to the city (pp. 55)

Caldwell, W. J. Rural canada: Designing a desirable future. In J. Grant (Ed.), A reader in canadian planning: Linking theory and practice (pp. 316)

Callies, D. L. The quiet revolution revisited. In J. M. Stein (Ed.), Classic readings in urban planning ()

Calthorpe, P., & Fulton, W. Designing the region and designing the region is designing the neighborhood. In R. LeGates, & F. Stout (Eds.),The city reader (pp. 331)

Cameron, K. Some puppets; some shoestrings! the changing intergovernmental context. In Urban Affairs: Back on the Policy Agenda Andrew, Caroline, K. A. Graham & S. D. Phillips (Eds.), Urban affairs: Back on the policy agenda (pp. 303)

Campanella, T. J. Webcameras and the telepresent landscape. In S. Graham (Ed.), The cybercities reader (pp. 57)

Campbell, S. Green cities, growing cities, just cities? urban planning and the contradictions of sustainable development. In J. M. Stein (Ed.),Classic readings in urban planning (pp. 308)

Campbell, S. Green cities, growing cities, just cities? urban planning and the contradictions of sustainable development. In S. Campbell, & S. S. Fainstein (Eds.), Readings in planning theory (pp. 435)

Campbell, S., & Fainstein, S. S. (Eds.). Readings in planning theory. Malden, Ma: Blackwell.

Capel, H. Institutionalization of geography and strategies of change. In J. Agnew, D. N. Livingstone & A. Rogers (Eds.), Human geography: An essential anthology (pp. 66)

Carey, Z. Generation txt: The telephone hits the street. In S. Graham (Ed.), The cybercities reader (pp. 133)

Carter, W. H., Schill, M. H., & Wachter, S. M. Polarisation, public housing and racial minorities in US cities. In M. Pacione (Ed.), The city: Critical concepts in the social sciences (pp. 187)

Castells, M. European cities, the informational society, and the global economy. In R. LeGates, & F. Stout (Eds.), The city reader ()

Castells, M. An introduction to the information age. In G. Bridge, & S. Watson (Eds.), The blackwell city reader (pp. 125)

Castells, M. Space of flows, space of places: Materials for a theory of urbanism in the information age. In S. Graham (Ed.), The cybercities reader (pp. 82)

Catterall, B. Informational cities: Beyond dualism and toward reconstruction. In G. Bridge, & S. Watson (Eds.), A companion to the city(pp. 192)

Cauter, L. d. The capsule and the network: Notes toward a general theory. In S. Graham (Ed.), The cybercities reader (pp. 94)

Celik, Z. Excerpts from ‘le corbusier, orientalism, colonialism’. In I. Borden, B. Penner & J. Rendell (Eds.), Gender, space and architecture(pp. 321)

Certeau, M. d. The practice of everyday life. In G. Bridge, & S. Watson (Eds.), Blackwell city reader (pp. 383)

Certeau, M. d. Railway navigation and incarceration. In M. Miles, T. Hall & I. Borden (Eds.), The city cultures reader (pp. 266)

Cervero, R., & Wu, K. Sub-centering and commuting: Evidence from the san francisco bay area, 1980-90. In M. Pacione (Ed.), The city: Critical concepts in the social sciences (pp. 318)

Chabbi, M. The private subdeveloper: A new form of land developer in tunis. In M. Pacione (Ed.), The city: Critical concepts in the social sciences (pp. 395)

Chakravorty, S. From colonial city to globalizing city? the far-from-complete spatial transformation of calcutta. In N. R. Fyfe, & J. T. Kenny (Eds.), The urban geography reader (pp. 84)

Childe, V. G. The urban revolution. In R. LeGates, & F. Stout (Eds.), The city reader (pp. 35)

Childe, V. G. The urban revolution. In M. Pacione (Ed.), The city: Critical concepts in the social sciences (pp. 5)

Cho, M. Flexibilization through metropolis: The case of postfordist seoul, korea. In G. Bridge, & S. Watson (Eds.), The blackwell city reader (pp. 147)

Chodorow, N. Excerpts from ‘why women mother’. In I. Borden, B. Penner & J. Rendell (Eds.), Gender, space and architecture: An interdisciplinary introduction (pp. 56)

Choguill, C. L. Community infrastructure for low-income cities: The potential for progressive improvement. In M. Pacione (Ed.), The city: Critical concepts in the social sciences (pp. 409)

Choguill, Marisa B. Guaraldo. A ladder of community participation for underdeveloped countries. In M. Pacione (Ed.), The city: Critical concepts in the social sciences (pp. 585)

Clark, W. A. V. Monocentric to policentric: New urban forms and old paradigms. In G. Bridge, & S. Watson (Eds.), A companion to the city(pp. 141)

Clarke, S. E., & Gaile, G. L. Local politics in a global era: Thinking locally, acting globally. In N. R. Fyfe, & J. T. Kenny (Eds.), The urban geography reader (pp. 159)

Cochrane, A. D. The social construction of urban policy. In G. Bridge, & S. Watson (Eds.), A companion to the city (pp. 531)

Coe, N., & Yeung, H. W. Grounding global flows: Constructing an E-commerce hub in singapore. In S. Graham (Ed.), The cybercities reader(pp. 354)

Cohen, P. From the other side of the tracks: Dual cities, third spaces, and the urban uncanny in contemporary discourses of “race” and class. In G. Bridge, & S. Watson (Eds.), A companion to the city (pp. 316)

Colomina, B. Excerpts from ‘the split wall: Domestic voyeurism’. In I. Borden, B. Penner & J. Rendell (Eds.), Gender, space and architecture(pp. 314)

Cooke, P. The contested terrain of locality studies. In J. Agnew, D. N. Livingstone & A. Rogers (Eds.), Human geography: An essential anthology (pp. 476)

Cooke, P., Terk, E., Karnite, R., & Giedrius, B. Urban transformation in the capitals of the baltic states: Innovation, culture and finance. In G. Bridge, & S. Watson (Eds.), A companion to the city (pp. 237)

Cooper, M. Spatial discourses and social boundaries: Re-imagining the toronto waterfront. In S. M. Low (Ed.), Theorizing the city: The new urban anthropology reader (pp. 377)

Corbusier, L. The city of tomorrow and its planning. The blackwell city reader (Bridge, Gary.; Watson, Sophie. ed., pp. 20)

Corbusier, L. A contemporary city. In R. LeGates, & F. Stout (Eds.), The city reader (pp. 317)

Corcoran-Nantes, Y. Women and popular urban social movements in sao paulo, brazil. In M. Pacione (Ed.), The city: Critical concepts in the social sciences (pp. 636)

Crang, M. Urban morphology and the shaping of the transmissible city. In S. Graham (Ed.), The cybercities reader (pp. 129)

Crawford, M. The world in a shopping mall. In M. Miles, T. Hall & I. Borden (Eds.), The city cultures reader (pp. 125)

Critical Art Ensemble. Electronic civil disobedience. In M. Miles, T. Hall & I. Borden (Eds.), The city cultures reader (pp. 245)

Cronon, W. Nature’s metropolis: Chicago and the great west. In G. Bridge, & S. Watson (Eds.), Blackwell city reader (pp. 171)

Cupertino, Maria Ameila Marcondes. The employment of minors in brazil. In M. Pacione (Ed.), The city: Critical concepts in the social sciences (pp. 212)

Curran, A. Private streets and double standards: The canadian planning response. In J. Grant (Ed.), A reader in canadian planning: Linking theory and practice (pp. 306)

Curtis, K. World alienation and the modern age: The deprivations of obscurity. In M. Miles, T. Hall & I. Borden (Eds.), The city cultures reader(pp. 324)

Cybriwsky, R. A., & Ley, D. Urban graffiti as territorial markers. In M. Pacione (Ed.), The city: Critical concepts in the social sciences (pp. 165)

Daniels, S. Marxism, culture and the duplicity of landscape. In J. Agnew, D. N. Livingstone & A. Rogers (Eds.), Human geography: An essential anthology (pp. 329)

Davidoff, P. Advocacy and pluralism in planning. In R. LeGates, & F. Stout (Eds.), The city reader (pp. 388)

Davidoff, P. Advocacy and pluralism in planning. In J. M. Stein (Ed.),Classic readings in urban planning (pp. 41)

Davidoff, P. Advocacy and pluralism in planning. In S. Campbell, & S. S. Fainstein (Eds.), Readings in planning theory (pp. 210)

Davidoff, P. Advocacy and pluralism in planning. In M. Pacione (Ed.), The city: Critical concepts in the social sciences (pp. 326)

Davis, J. S., Dueker, K. J., & Nelson, A. C. The new ‘burbs: The exurbs and their implications for planning policy. In M. Pacione (Ed.), The city: Critical concepts in the social sciences (pp. 282)

Davis, K. The urbanization of the human population. In R. LeGates, & F. Stout (Eds.), The city reader (pp. 25)

Davis, M. Chinatown, part two?: The ‘internationalization’ of downtown los angeles. In J. Lin, & C. Mele (Eds.), The urban sociology reader (pp. 321)

Davis, M. City of quartz: Excavating the future in los angeles. In G. Bridge, & S. Watson (Eds.), Blackwell city reader (pp. 323)

Davis, M. Fortress L.A. In R. LeGates, & F. Stout (Eds.), The city reader(pp. 201)

Davis, S. Space jam: Media conglomerates build the entertainment city. In S. Graham (Ed.), The cybercities reader (pp. 235)

Dear, M. Los angeles and the chicago school: Invitation to a debate. In J. Lin, & C. Mele (Eds.), The urban sociology reader (pp. 106)

Dear, M., & Flusty, S. Postmodern urbanism. In N. R. Fyfe, & J. T. Kenny (Eds.), The urban geography reader (pp. 138)

Dear, M., & Flusty, S. Postmodern urbanism. In M. Pacione (Ed.), The city: Critical concepts in the social sciences (pp. 186)

Debord, G. Separation perfected. In M. Miles, T. Hall & I. Borden (Eds.),The city cultures reader (pp. 82)

Deleuze, G. Postscript on societies of control. In S. Graham (Ed.), The cybercities reader (pp. 73)

Denhez, M. Why bother with heritage anyway? In J. Grant (Ed.), A reader in canadian planning: Linking theory and practice (pp. 274)

Denton, N. A., & Massey, D. S. Segregation and the making of the underclass. In J. Lin, & C. Mele (Eds.), The urban sociology reader (pp. 134)

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