Urban Life and Society by Harry Gold

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  • Social Science,
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  • Sociology,
  • Sociology - Urban,
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  • Sociology - General,
  • Cities and towns,
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Number of Pages414
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Open LibraryOL10074584M
ISBN 100130216054
ISBN 109780130216052

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Always cognizant of change over time, this book explores the ways that urban development influenced people's lives and on the ways people shaped the urban environment.

A city is simultaneously a social, economic, and political entity, and Howard P. Chudacoff and Judith E. Smith have taken care to examine each of these dimensions of urban life. Yet, the world is undergoing the largest wave of urban growth in history. Thus, the global proportion of urban population rose from 29 percent in to 45 percent in This figure is projected to reach 68 percent by The percentage of the world's population living in.

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