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  • Paperback
  • 512
  • Splintering Urbanism Networked Infrastructures Technological Mobilities and the Urban Condition
  • Stephen Graham
  • English
  • 24 May 2017
  • 9780415189651

About the Author: Stephen Graham

Stephen Graham is an academic and author who researches cities and urban life He is Professor of Cities and Society at the Global Urban Research Unit and is based in Newcastle University's School of Architecture Planning and Landscape Professor Graham has a background in Geography Planning and the Sociology of Technology His research centres in particular on•relations between cities techn



5 thoughts on “Splintering Urbanism Networked Infrastructures Technological Mobilities and the Urban Condition

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    I have strongly mixed feelings about this book With regards to the intellectual content alone I enjoyed it although I can't help feeling that some unhelpful binaries are being cast between the so called 'North' and 'South' between t

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    This book is a treasure for everyone who is interested in the shift from modernist keynesian urban planning to post modernist neoliberal urban planning However the information is layed out way too comprehensivly too much repetitions and sidetracks and the structuring and lay out are an absolute nightmare which makes it very hard to plough through

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    very much enjoyed this extremely informative and overarching explanation on the state of the post modern global cities of the world My one criticism is that it takes a somewhat alarmist view in the main and does not look at the impact of cultural production standing outside the growth of secessionary networks

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