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In the Nature of Cities

In the Nature of Cities

Drawing together the theoretical and empirical work of prominent urban scholars, this volume explores how interrelated economic, political and cultural everyday processes form and transform urban environments.

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Publisher Taylor & Francis
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ISBN 9780415368285
Pages 292 pages
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The ' nature of things ' is indeed to become non - human actors " ( Kirsch and Mitchell 2004 : 23 ) . If the act of labouring , broadly conceived , constitutes a socio - ecological process , then the particular relational frame through ...

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