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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. The books in this series de-bunk myths and raise questions about the global economic and political system and how it works. They are designed for campaigners and activists. He is the author of The Refuge and the Fortress: Britain and the Flight from Tyranny 1933 - 2008 (2008), Consuming Cultures: Globalization and Local Lives (2006), Travels in the Skin Trade (Pluto, 2001) and Cities (Pluto, 2007). Series: Small Guides to Big Issues.

And yet world governments are doing little to address these demographic shifts. Jeremy Seabrook offers a vivid portrait of the lives of people who migrate from impoverished villages to towns and cities, the changes they face, and the impact these changes have on their psyche and well-being. Contrasting the attitudes of today's governments with those of the past, the book provides a sharp critique of global policies, and an ideal introduction to the impact of urbanisation on modern life.

Cities: Small Guides to Big Issues. And yet world governments are doing little to address these demographic shifts

Cities: Small Guides to Big Issues. And yet world governments are doing little to address these demographic shifts. Contrasting the attitudes of today’s governments with those of the past, the book provides a sharp critique of global policies, and an ideal introduction to the impact of urbanisation on modern life. Other Titles of Interest.

Jeremy Seabrook offers a vivid portrait of the lives of people who migrate from impoverished villages to towns and cities, the changes they face, and the impact these changes have on their psyche and well-being.

Series: Small Guides to Big Issues. Published by: Pluto Press. eISBN: 978-1-84964-261-3. Subjects: Population Studies.

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And yet world governments are doing little to address these demographic shifts

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Jeremy Seabrook (born 1939) is an English author and journalist specialising in social, environmental and development issues. His book The Refuge and the Fortress: Britain and the Flight from Tyranny was longlisted for the Orwell Prize. Seabrook was born in Northampton. He was educated at Northampton Grammar School and the University of Cambridge. He has worked as a teacher and a social worker. The Unprivileged (1973). A Lasting Relationship (1976).

Small Guides to Big Issues is a new series of accessible introductions to the global challenges of the twenty-first century. The books in this series de-bunk myths and raise questions about the global economic and political system and how it works. They are designed for campaigners and activists, students and researchers, and anyone interested in looking behind the headlines. Produced in partnership with Oxfam, each book provides an informative and thought-provoking guide to current trends and debates, and what needs to happen in order to end poverty and injustice.Every year tens of millions of people abandon rural areas of the South for life in the city. With education, health care and even safe water in short supply, cities risk becoming sites of violent conflict for future generations. And yet world governments are doing little to address thesedemographic shifts.Jeremy Seabrook offers a vivid portrait of the lives of people who migrate from impoverished villages to towns and cities, the changes they face, and the impact these changes have on their psyche and well-being. Contrasting the attitudes of today’s governments with those of the past, the book provides a sharp critique of global policies, and an ideal introduction to the impact of urbanisation on modern life.
Cities: Small Guides to Big Issues download epub
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Author: Jeremy Seabrook
ISBN: 0745323081
Category: Arts & Photography
Subcategory: Photography & Video
Language: English
Publisher: Pluto Press (September 20, 2007)
Pages: 216 pages