Humanising the City?Social Contexts of Urban Life at the Turn of the Millennium
Essays originally presented to the symposium, The Age of the City: Human Life in the Twenty- First Century, held at The International House, Osaka, Japan, 27-30 March 1990 and published with the support of the Senri Foundation.
The age of the city: an introductory essay / Sakae Tsunoyama
The twenty-first century city: a British perspective / Brian Robson
Reframing context: pointers to the post-industrial city / Sandra Wallman
The cultural role of world cities / Ulf Hannerz
Cities of permanent transition: variations among cities of the developing world / Bryan R. Roberts
Urban tradition as a creative process in Africa / Motoji Matsuda
The urban festival and social identity / Haruka Wazaki
Networks as resources / Katsuyuoshi Fukui
Family and social networks in new urban situations: a comparative perspective / Mieko Miyaji
Future of kinship and the study of culture / Marilyn Strathern
The future of the self: anthropology and the city / Anthony P. Cohen.