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Spatial Practices
Critical Exploration in Social/Spatial Theory

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April 1995 | 264 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc
This is a collection of essays by leading scholars in political science, geography, urban studies and planning. The contributors take a postmodern, critical approach to representations of the city and space, spatial practices and analysis. Chapters address such issues as the history and strategy of planning, walled cities and modern development, theories of capitalist development and modes of production, and urban planning.
Helen Liggett and David C Perry
Spatial Practices
An Introduction  
Raphaël Fischler
Strategy and History in Professional Practice
Planning as World Making  
Robert A Beauregard
If Only the City Could Speak
The Politics of Representation  
M Christine Boyer
The Great Frame-Up
Fantastic Appearances in Contemporary Spatial Politics  
Stuart Alan Clarke
Black Politics on the Apollo's Stage
The Return of the Handkerchief Heads  
Dennis R Judd
The Rise of the New Walled Cities
Richard A Walker
Regulation and Flexible Specialization as Theories of Capitalist Development
Challengers to Marx and Schumpeter?  
David C Perry
Making Space
Planning as a Mode of Thought  
Helen Liggett
City Sights/Sites of Memories and Dreams

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ISBN: 9780803951150
£54.00