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You Are the City: Observation, Organization and Transformation of Urban Settings

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Cities are hybrid entities based on multilayered and sometimes contradictory organizing principles. As complex networks of geographic, economic, political and cultural segments, they are caught up in a constant process of differentiation. How are we to understand such dynamic processes, especially the complex connections between individuals, whose movements and interaction ...more
Paperback, 16 pages
Published June 1st 2009 by Lars Muller Publishers (first published 2009)
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