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Culture and neighbourhoods - Volume 4 - Perspectives and keywords

Culture and neighbourhoods - Volume 4 - Perspectives and keywords (1998)

G. Amendola

ISBN 978-92-871-3736-4
Type of document : Book
Format : Paper
Size : 16 x 24 cm
Language : English
Number of pages : 112

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Culture and neighbourhoods - Volume 4 - Perspectives and keywords

Culture and neighbourhoods - Volume 4 - Perspectives and keywords

Few contemporary European cities can avoid facing the socio-economic inequalities that are often reflected in the urban landscape. Social conflicts on the outskirts of cities or in certain inner-city areas, complex multicultural relations, growing isolation, anonymity, and loss of primary and physically close relationships as globalisation progresses are becoming almost characteristic in the cities. Within an action-based research project involving twenty-four neghbourhoods from eleven European cities, this publication presents some of the finest contemporary thinking on the issue of urban development and culture. G. Amendola has interviewed a highly-regarded city planner, a sociologist, a city historian and a philosopher, and has added an introduction and a personal lexicon of urban neighbourhood cultural life.

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Few contemporary European cities can avoid facing the socio-economic inequalities that are often reflected in the urban landscape. Social conflicts on the outskirts of cities or in certain inner-city areas, complex multicultural relations, growing isolation, anonymity, and loss of primary and physically close relationships as globalisation progresses are becoming almost characteristic in the cities. Within an action-based research project involving twenty-four neghbourhoods from eleven European cities, this publication presents some of the finest contemporary thinking on the issue of urban development and culture. G. Amendola has interviewed a highly-regarded city planner, a sociologist, a city historian and a philosopher, and has added an introduction and a personal lexicon of urban neighbourhood cultural life.

Site of the Directorate for Education, Culture and Sport : http://culture.coe.fr

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