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Power, discourse and city trajectories

Boyle, Mark and Rogerson, Robert J. (2001) Power, discourse and city trajectories. In: Handbook of Urban Studies. Sage Publications Ltd, London, UK, pp. 402-425. ISBN 080397695X

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Abstract

Examines social theory and contemporary human geography in the context of urban development. Covers theoretical debates in political ecology, the cultural turn in the economy, social relations and scale, space and place, and colonialism and post-colonialism.