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by Anthony M. Orum,Zachary P. Neal

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0415997275
Author:
Anthony M. Orum,Zachary P. Neal
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Zachary P. Neal is Assistant Professor of Sociology and Global Urban Studies at Michigan State University.

Zachary P. In addition to public space, he has written about restaurants as urban cultural markers, the influence of networks among cities on their economic development, and quantitative methodology in the social sciences. Series: The Metropolis and Modern Life. Start reading Common Ground? on your Kindle in under a minute. Don't have a Kindle? Get your Kindle here, or download a FREE Kindle Reading App.

Common Ground?: Readings and Reflections on Public Space. Anthony M. Orum, Zachary P. Neal.

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Anthony M. The book focuses on three levels of urban networks: micro, meso, and macro. Routledge, 2010 - 227 من الصفحات. Cities and urban life can be examined as networks, and these urban networks can be examined at many different levels. These levels build upon one another, and require distinctive analytical approaches that make it possible to consider different types of questions. At one extreme, micro-urban networks focus on the networks that exist within cities, like the social relationships among neighbors that generate a sense of community and belonging.

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By Anthony M. Zachary P. The Metropolis and Modern Life. Neal (Neal, Zachary . used books, rare books and new books. Readings and Reflections on Public Space (The Metropolis and Modern Life): ISBN 9780415996891 (978-0-415-99689-1) Hardcover, Routledge, 2009. Find all books by 'Zachary P. Neal' and compare prices Find signed collectible books by 'Zachary P. Neal'. Common Ground?: Readings and Reflections on Public Space (The Metropolis and Modern Life). by Anthony M. Common Ground? (The Metropolis and Modern Life). ISBN 9780415997270 (978-0-415-99727-0) Softcover, Routledge, 2009.

Readings and Reflections on Public Space. Orum and Zachary P. Public spaces have long been the focus of urban social activity, but investigations of how public space works often adopt only one of several possible perspectives, which restricts the questions that can be asked and the answers that can be considered.

Anthony M Orum, Zachary P Neal. Power, money and the people: The making of modern Austin. Wipf and Stock Publishers, 2002. The development of political orientations among black and white children. Neal Project on Civic Reflection; Reading and. Orum is Professor Emeritus of Sociology, University of Illinois at Chicago; and Visiting Scholar, Center fo. . Urban Tourism and Urban Change: Cities in a Global Economy. the Building Common Ground book. themes of space and placeOffers a. Common Ground: Readings and Reflections on Public Space.

Public spaces have long been the focus of urban social activity, but investigations of how public space works often adopt only one of several possible perspectives, which restricts the questions that can be asked and the answers that can be considered. In this volume, Anthony Orum and Zachary Neal explore how public space can be a facilitator of civil order, a site for power and resistance, and a stage for art, theatre, and performance. They bring together these frequently unconnected models for understanding public space, collecting classic and contemporary readings that illustrate each, and synthesizing them in a series of original essays. Throughout, they offer questions to provoke discussion, and conclude with thoughts on how these models can be combined by future scholars of public space to yield more comprehensive understanding of how public space works.