Published February 20, 2007
by Zed Books .
Written in English
|Contributions||Kees Koonings (Editor), Dirk Kruijt (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||192|
Fractured Cities describes the political economy of urban change and explores the future of the by: Introduction: The Duality of Latin American Cityscapes. Part I: Fractured Cities, Second-Class Citizenship, and Urban Violence. Urban poverty, desborde popular and the erosion of the formal social order. From desborde popular to desborde de la violencia: conceptualising exclusion, insecurity and violence. Fractured Cities: Capitalism, Community, and Empowerment in Britain and America. Anglo-American cities face economic decline, social polarisation and racial conflict. Their fate is increasingly decided by the global actions of transnational corporations and market forces. Community groups find it difficult to gain access to the political system. Fractured Cities: Social Exclusion, Urban Violence and Contested Spaces in Latin America. As cities sprawl across Latin America, absorbing more and more of its people, crime and violence have become inescapable.
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The Fractured State series charts an “all too likely” near-future vision of America, threatened by resource scarcity and teetering on the brink of political average family man Nathan Fisher unwittingly learns of a terrifying conspiracy at the highest levels of power, he and his family must run for their lives, pursued by ruthless killers and aided by a resourceful Marine with a. As cities sprawl across Latin America, absorbing more and more of its people, crime and violence have become inescapable. From the paramilitary invasion of Medell¡n in Colombia, the booming wealth of crack dealers in Managua, Nicaragua and police corruption in Mexico City, to the glimmers of hope in Lima, this book provides a dynamic analysis of urban insecurity. Fractured Cities describes the political economy of urban change and explores the future of the : Taylor And Francis. The Paperback of the Fractured Cities: Capitalism, Community and Empowerment in Britain and America by Brian D. Jacobs at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping Get FREE SHIPPING on Orders of $35+ Customer information on COVID B&N Outlet Membership Educators Gift Cards Stores & Events HelpPages: