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Splintering urbanism : networked infrastructures, technological mobilities and the urban condition.

Graham, S. D. N. and Marvin, S. (2001) 'Splintering urbanism : networked infrastructures, technological mobilities and the urban condition.', London: Routledge.


The following text is taken from the publisher's website: "Splintering Urbanism offers a path-breaking analysis of the nature of the urban condition at the start of the new millennium. Adopting a global and interdisciplinary perspective, it reveals how new technologies and increasingly privatised systems of infrastructure provision - telecommunications, highways, urban streets, energy, and water - are supporting the splintering of metropolitan areas across the world. The result is a new 'socio-technical' way of understanding contemporary urban change, which brings together discussions about: * globalisation and the city * the urban and social effects of new technology * urban, architectural and social theory * social polarisation, marginalisation and democratisation * infrastructure, architecture and the built environment * developed, developing and post-communist cities."

Item Type:Book
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Keywords:Urban change, City, Technology, Social polarisation, Privatisation, Highways, Urban streets, Energy, Water.
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Record Created:07 Mar 2008
Last Modified:08 Apr 2009 16:24

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