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Author Good, Kristin R.
Title Segmented Cities? : How Urban Contexts Shape Ethnic and Nationalist Politics.
Imprint Vancouver : UBC Press, 2014.

Author Good, Kristin R.
Series Ethnicity and Democratic Governance Series
Ethnicity and democratic governance series.
Subject Sociology, Urban -- Political activity.
Ethnic neighborhoods -- Political aspects.
Urban minorities.
Ethnic relations.
Alt Name Turgeon, Luc.
Triadafilopoulos, Triadafilos.
Add Title Ethnicity and Democratic Governance Series
Description 1 online resource (288 pages)
Note Print version record.
Contents Contents -- Illustrations -- Preface -- Acknowledgments -- Introduction -- PART 1: Globalization, Scale, and the Political Economy of Ethnically Plural World Cities -- 1 Adding Human Diversity to Urban Political Economy Analysis -- 2 Citizenship and Livelihood Struggles in Turbulent Times -- 3 Gentrification, Social Mix, and the Immigrant-Reception Function of Inner-City Neighbourhoods -- 4 Globalization, Immigration, and Ethnoburbs -- PART 2: Ethnolinguistic Configurations and Relations in Segmented Cities
5 Cape Town's World-Class Segregation6 Segmented Cities -- 7 Immigrant Inclusion and Linguistic Struggle in the Brussels-Capital Region -- PART 3: Managing Diversity through Local Institutions and Processes of Urban Governance -- 8 Jerusalem -- 9 Managing Multicultural Cities in Divided Countries -- 10 Social Cohesion and Democratic Voice -- Conclusion -- Contributors -- Index
Note English.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Summary "Contributors analyze the conditions under which cities from a broad range of geographical regions serve as sites of ethnic and national discord or amity. Particular attention is paid to the influence of economic globalization, cities' entrenched ethno-linguistic configurations, and urban political institutions."-- Provided by publisher
ISBN 0774825855
9780774825832 bound print
OCLC # 1164921362
Additional Format 0774825839

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