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Consumption and the Post-Industrial City (Paperback): Frank Eckardt, Dieter Hassenpflug
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Consumption and the Post-Industrial City (Paperback)

Frank Eckardt, Dieter Hassenpflug

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The consequences of the industrial transition with regard to its social, political and architectural effects are the issue of this book. Today, the basis of urban growth lies more in the hands of those who consume and therefore organize their social potential. As the consumption city is not simply one new industry that comes next, the mixture of different life styles is the necessary matrix for revitalization of urban life. Difference and diversity are challenging manifold the management of this transition, wherefore no blue print for the urban regeneration can be produced. Consumption valorizes the cultural capital of every place and transmits it to the market. Drawing on the unique history of the place, the diversification of the post-industrial city requires a specific approach addressing the local in its characteristic potentials and threats. Contents: Frank Eckardt: Consumption and the Post-Industrial City (Introduction) - Dieter Hassenpflug: City and Consumption - Derek Wynne/Justin O'Connor: Consumption and the Postmodern City - Sako Musterd: Four pictures of the Post-Industrial City - Franois Ascher: The Third Urban Revolution of Modernity - John Clammer: Culture and Consumption in the Post-Industrial City - Louise Nystrom: Quality of Urban Life in Europe in the 21st Century - Anna Karwinska: Social and Spatial Transformation in Polish Cities at the Beginning of the 21st Century - Iskara Dandolova: Deurbanisation in Bulgaria: Challenges of Transition and Sustainable Development - Maria Manuela Mendes: Cities Archipelago in the Metropolitan Area of Lisbon - Steven Miles: Consuming Cities; Consuming Youth: Young People's Lifestyles and the Appropriation of Cultural Space - PaseMaenpaa: Cultural Urbanisation of Helsinki: consumption, mobile phones and new ideal of planning - Martina Boese: Manchester's Cultural Industries: A Vehicle of Racial Ex-/Inclusion? - Isabelle Fremeaux/David Garbin: Community, Multiculturalim and the Diasporic Negociation of Space and Identity in the East End of London - Jose Mapril: Transnational Jade Formations of the Translocal Practices of Chinese Immigrants in a Lisbon Innercity Neighbourhood - Svetlana Tchervonnaia: The Moscow of the 21st Century - Ethnic and Confessional Colour of a Post-industrial City - Albrecht Goschel: Local Community Identity Policy - Market Strategy, Culture: Education or the Home of the Citizens? - Malcolm Miles: Consuming Culture: Affluence and Social Space in the New Barcelona - Carlos J. L. Balsas: The Return to Downtown - Initial Reflections on the European Capital of Culture, Porto 2001 - Volker Kirchberg: Manifest and Latent Functions of Museums in the Post-Industrial City: A Taxonomy - Lucyna Nyka: Recycling Gdan; sk's Urban Spaces: the Processes Supporting the Identity of the City - Mija Bajic Brkovic: E-Communication and E-Services in Urban Management: Current Trends and Development Perspectives in Yygoslav Cities. The Editors: Frank Eckardt is working as an urban sociologist at the European Urban Studies programme of the Bauhaus University Weimar, where he is the local organizer of the European Cities in Transition Conference Series. He received his PhD from the University of Kassel in political science. Dieter Hassenpflug is Professor for Sociology and Social History of the City at the Bauhaus University Weimar. He studied economics, sociology and philosophy at the Free University Berlin andKassel University. He was a lecturer at the Technical University of Berlin, the Berlin College of Economics, Kassel University and at the University of Frankfurt. He is Spiritus Rector of the postgraduate European Urban Studies at the Bauhaus University Weimar and director of the EuroConferences Series The European City in Transition at Weimar 2001-2003.

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Imprint: Peter Lang Publishing
Country of origin: United States
Release date: December 2002
Editors: Frank Eckardt • Dieter Hassenpflug
Dimensions: 210 x 146 x 19mm (L x W x T)
Format: Paperback
Pages: 282
ISBN-13: 978-0-8204-5979-0
Barcode: 9780820459790
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LSN: 0-8204-5979-8

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