By Swapna Banerjee-Guha
This e-book is a suite of essays written by way of well-known theoreticians and lecturers within the quarter of city stories at the transformation technique of towns and its socio-economic ramifications. those essays examine the indicators of spatial quandary in metropolises, revealing the contradictory methods of integration and segmentation that signify the severe nature of world urban house. This quantity explores and exposes a divided framework during which globalization operates in the direction of fragmentation and polarization; debunking the parable of homogenization. The essays exhibit that towns and areas the world over get integrated into the program, showing features which are extra diversified and intricate than ever prior to specially because of the more and more contradictory dating with their neighborhood source and cultural base.
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Accumulation by Dispossession: Transformative Cities in the New Global Order by Swapna Banerjee-Guha