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1st Edition

Urban Studies
A Canadian Perspective

ISBN 9781138051096
Published April 10, 2019 by Routledge
300 Pages

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Book Description

This study, first published in 1968, was one of the first books on Canada’s urban development, bringing together the viewpoints of professionals who had studied various aspects of city growth – economic, social, geographic, political. The book demonstrates the effectiveness and potential of the cross-disciplinary approach and will prove useful to all those interested in the future of our cities.

Table of Contents

Preface;  Introduction;  1. Prolegomena to Urban Analysis N. H. Lithwick and Gilles PaquetPart One: Toward a Cross-Disciplinary Approach;  2. Urban Growth and Regional Contagion N. H. Lithwick and Gilles Paquet  3. Urban Growth and the Concept of Functional Region D. Michael Ray  4. Urban Land Use: An Economic-Geographic Concept N. H. Lithwick and Gilles PaquetPart Two: Urban Analysis: Some Case Studies;  5. The Economics of Urban Land Use N. H. Lithwick and Gilles Paquet  6. The Integration of Metropolitan Federations: The Interaction of Political Theory and Urban Phenomena Harold Kaplan  7. Social Consequences of Urbanization Peter C. PineoPart Three: Public Policy for City and Region;  8. The Scope of Urban Policy A. N. McKay and D. W. Slater  9. Housing Policy and Urban Renewal R. T. Adamson  10. The Concept of Regional Government and a Proposal for Ontario D. C. RowatConclusion;  11. Approaching the Urban Unit: Some Conclusions and a Beginning N. H. Lithwick and Gilles Paquet;  Bibliography;  Index

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