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Third World Urbanization

By J. Abu-Lughod, R. Jr Hay Copyright 1977
    410 Pages
    by Routledge

    410 Pages
    by Routledge

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     This book was first published in 1977.

    Section I: Cities and Inequality


    1. An Arab philosophy of history: Selections from the Prologema of Ibn Khaldun of Tunis (1332-1406)

    2. The Prince and the Discourses, Niccolo Machiavelli

    3. The city, the division of labor and the emergence of capitalism, Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels

    4. Imperialism, the highest stage of capitalism, V.I. Lenin

    Section II: Past and Present


    5. Daily life in China on the eve of the Mongol invasion, 1250-1276, Jacques Gernet

    6. The condition of working-class in England, Friedrich Engels

    7. The home of man, Barbara Ward (Lady Jackson)

    8. Urban Latin America: the political condition from above and below, Alejandro Portes

    9. Patterns of urbanization and socio-economic development in the third world: an overview, Richard Hay Jr.

    Section III: New Theories on Third World Development


    10. On the sociology of national development: theories and issues, Alejandro Portes

    11. Dependency: a critical synthesis of the literature, Ronald H. Chilcote

    12. Underdevelopment and dependence in Black Africa - origins and contemporary forms, Samir Amin

    Section IV: Problem Manifestations in Urbanization: Regional Imbalances


    13. The geography of modernization: paths, patterns and processes of spatial change in developing countries, Edward W. Soja and Richard J. Tobin

    14. Colonialism and the spatial structure of underdevelopment: outlines of an alternative approach, with special reference to Tanzania, D. Slater

    15. Center and periphery in the development process: the case of Peru, Bryan R. Roberts

    Migration in Rural Areas


    16. Rural-urban mobility in South and Southeast Asia: different formulations... different answers?, T.G. Mcgee

    17. The political sociology of cityward migration in Latin America: Toward empirical theory, Wayne A. Cornelius, Jr.

    18. The African crowd in Nairobi: popular movements and elite politics, Frank Furedi

    Jobs and Class Stratification


    19. The life of a Jakarta street trader, Lea Jellinek

    20. The persistence of the proto-proletariat: occupational structures and planning of the future of third world cities, T.G. McGee

    21. International corporations, labor aristocracies and economical development in tropical Africa, Giovanni Arrighi

    22. Contrasts and continuity in a dependent city: Kano, Nigeria, Paul M. Lubeck

    Housing, Squatting and the Self-Help Principle


    23. Squatting and squatters, Charles Abrams

    24. Hooverville - a community of homeless men, Donald Francis Roy

    25. The case of 'The People Vs. Mr. Urbano Planner Y Adminstrador', May Racelis Hollnsteiner

    26. Development alternatives for the Peruvian Barriada, Diego Robles Rivas

    27. Housing-settlement types, arrangements for living, proletarianization and the social structure of the city, Anthony Leeds

    Section V: Goals and Policies


    28. Declaration of Principles, HABITAT: united nations conference on human settlements

    29. Policies, planning and institutions, HABITAT: United Nations conference on human settlements

    30. Territorial and social problems in socialist China, Enzo Mingione