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by Phil Hubbard
The essential guide to the city and how to think about it. Hubbard’s City transcends its primary disciplinary focus and speaks to urban scholars of all stripes.
With a sophisticated use of boxes and images, City is one again the go-to book for the intellectually curious undergraduate and graduate student. The essential guide to the city and how to think about it.
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While most of the world’s population now lives in cities, the definition and theoretical specification of the city nonetheless remains elusive.
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City: Key Ideas in Geography more. Considering both the normative geographies of heterosexuality and monogamy, as well as urban geographies of radical/queer sex, this book provides a unique perspective on the relationship between sex and the city
City: Key Ideas in Geography more. Cities and Sexualities more. Considering both the normative geographies of heterosexuality and monogamy, as well as urban geographies of radical/queer sex, this book provides a unique perspective on the relationship between sex and the city. It describes the diverse sexual landscapes that characterise both the contemporary Western city as well as cities in the global South.
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It is not surprising then that even fewer books have explored the contours of these social phenomena from an explicitly geographical perspective - in other words, in terms of 'space', 'place' and 'scale'. It offers a critical, multi-disciplinary approach to the subject, borrowing from human geography, political science, social anthropology and sociology
City provides an accessible yet critical introduction to one of the key concepts in human geography. Always at the heart of discussions in social theory, the definition and specification of ‘the city’ nonetheless remains illusive. In this volume, Phil Hubbard locates the concept of ‘the city’ within current traditions of social thought, providing a basis for understanding its varying usages and meanings through a critical discussion of the contribution of key authors and thinkers.
Written in a lively and accessible style, the individual chapters ofCity offer a thematic overview of four dominant ways of approaching cities:as lived-in places as imagined spaces as networks of association as technologies of flow.
Drawing on a diverse range of literatures and case studies, the book spells out the importance of a geographical perspective on the city, suggesting that it is only by bringing these different ways of mapping the city together that we can begin to make sense of cities.