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Experiencing Cities is an introduction to urban sociology based heavily on microsociology and symbolic interaction theory—emphasizing the way people experience the urban world in their everyday lives, interact with one another, and create meaning from the physical and human environments of their cities.
I have a very favorable overall impression of this material. To my mind, this is the strongest of the urban sociology texts available. The scope of information covered is considerable, and yet remains comprehensive and organized.
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This product is part of the following series. Click on a series title to see the full list of products in the series. Introduction to Experiencing Cities. The Emergence of Cities. Urbanism and Urban Ecology. The City as a Work of Art. Experiencing Strangers and the Quest for Public Order. Urban Enclaves and Ghettos: City Families and Kinship Patterns. Shopping as Community Activity.
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Experiencing Cities, 2nd Edition
The World of Strangers and the Public Realm. Experiencing Cities through Symbolic Interactionism. Growing Up in the City: The Origin of Cities.
Trade Theory and the Origin of Cities. Religion in Early Cities.
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Community and Interpersonal Relationships. Rural and City Life. Metropolis and Mental Life. The Chicago School and Social Disorganization.
The Chicago School and Urbanism. Urbanism as a Way of Life.
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Urbanism and Experidncing as Ways of Life. The Chicago School and Urban Ecology. Ernest Burgess and the Concentric Zone Hypothesis. Modifications of the Concentric Zone Hypothesis: Sentiment and Symbolism as Ecological Variables. Symbolic Interactionism and City Life: Burnham and the City Beautiful. The Garden City Movement. Radburn, New Jersey, and the Greenbelt Town of the s. The Three Magnets Revisited. The Redevelopment of Philadelphia. From Chicago to LA: City as Theme Park.
Historical Geographies of Restructuring. The New Urban Sociology: The Growth Machine and the Sociospatial Perspective. The Politics of Place and Collective Memory. The Power of Place Project: Paris and the Impressionists.
New York City and the Ashcan School. Mural Art as Street and Community Art. The Murals of Los Angeles. The Art Museum as a Community Resource: Detroit Institute of Arts. The Metropolitan Life Insurance Building. The Municipal Office Building. From Civic Criticism experiiencing Sentimental Icon: How Do Experienclng Reconstruct an Icon? Anonymity and the Quest for Social Order. Public Spaces—Rediscovering the Center. The Battle for Bryant Park.
The Decline of Civility in the Public Realm. African Americans and the Exclusion from the Public Experiencong. Street People and Broken Windows. The Criminalization of Poverty.
The Ecology of Fear and the Fortressing of Markk. Surveillance of the Street. Urban Renewal and Urban Removal. Project Living in Public Housing. The Gentrification of San Francisco.
Gender and Public Space. Governing Gender in the Public Sphere. Gender Harassment in the Public Sphere. Gays and Lesbians in the City. Urban Tribes, Gays, and the Creative Class. Jobs Move to Where People Are: Meet Me in St. The Public World of the Preindustrial Family. Mexican Americans in Urban Barrios.
The Dispersal of Kin and Kin-Work. The Downtown Department Store. Neighborhood Stores and Community Identification. Suburbia, the Mall, and the Decline of Downtown Shopping. Money Has No Smell: African Street Vendors and International Trade. The Gentrification of the U Street Corridor. Boosterism and Civic Pride. Spectators and Fan atic s. Image Building Through Technology and Newspapers. A Spectacular Public Drama: Place and Collective Memory.
The New City Game. Nineteenth-Century Garden-Cemeteries and Parks: Race, Suburbs, and City. Edge Cities and Urban Sprawl. The Internet and Virtual Communities.