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Urban Ethnic Encounters: The Spatial Consequences

Опубликовано на портале: 24-11-2006
London, New York: Routledge, 2002, 312 с.
This collection attempts to answer the two leading questions of how urban space structures the life of ethnic groups and how ethnic diversity helps to shape urban space. A multi-disciplinary team of authors search the various dimensions of the spatial organization of inter-ethnic relations in cities around the globe. The presentation of material from diverse locations such as Toronto, Philadelphia, Beirut, Jakarta, Tehran, Osaka and Albuquerque presents a unique opportunity for comparative analysis of ethnicity and spatial patterns.

1: Introduction

Part I: The Macro-Level Analysis of Urban Ethnic Encounters
2: Residential Segregation and Neighbourhood Socioeconomic Inequality
3: Places of Worship in Multicultural Settings in Toronto
4: The Impact of Local and Regional Planning on Arab Towns in the ‘little Triangle’, Israel
5: Borders and Boundaries in Post-War Beirut

Part II: The Meso-Level Analysis of Urban Ethnic Encounters
6: Perception and Use of Space by Ethnic Chinese in Jakarta
7: Urban Fear in Brazil
8: Ethnic Consciousness Arises on Facing Spatial Threats to Philadelphia Chinatown
9: Transcultural Home Identity Across the Pacific
10: To Cross or Not to Cross the Boundaries in a Small Multi-Ethnic Area of the City of Tehran

Part III: The Micro-Level Analysis of Urban Ethnic Encounters
11: Repackaging Difference
12: The Appropriation of Public Space as a Space for Living
13: Contested Urban Space
14: Conclusion

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