Readings in Urban Theory
Editor: Susan S. Fainstein
Editor: Scott Campbell
Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell, 2002
This collection of readings examines the interaction of readings examines the interaction of economy, culture, politics, policy, and space within the United States and the United Kingdom. It brings together in one place unabridged selections from recent works by authors who have dramatically transformed the field of urban theory. The readings deal with the changing urban and regional system, its social impacts, the effect of publicly sponsored redevelopment programs, and the cultural meanings of spatial relations. It contains a section and the new urbanism, and, as compared to the first edition, an increased emphasis on design, tourism, sustainability, and culture.