Handbook of urban segregation / edited by Sako Musterd.

Cheltenham, UK ; Northampton, MA : Edward Elgar Publishing, [2020]
1 online resource (xvi, 434 pages).
Research handbooks in urban studies

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Sociology, Urban.
Urban poor.
Human geography -- Moral and ethical aspects.
Metropolitan areas -- Economic aspects.
List of contributors (ix)
Preface (xv)
INTRODUCTION: 1. Urban segregation: contexts, domains, dimensions and approaches (2) / Sako Musterd
PART I. KEY SEGREGATION ISSUES ACROSS THE GLOBE : URBAN SEGREGATION IN CITIES IN AFRICA, SOUTH AMERICA, ASIA, AUSTRALIA, EUROPE AND NORTH AMERICA: 2. Urban segregation in South Africa : the evolution of exclusion in Cape Town (19) / Jacobus van Rooye and Charlotte Lemanski
3. Segregation by class and race in São Paulo (36) / Eduardo Marques and Danilo França
4. Residential segregation of rural migrants in post-reform urban China (55) / Zhigang Li and Feicui Gou
5. Dimensions of urban segregation at the end of the Australian dream (76) / Bill Randolph
6. Globalization, immigration and ethnic diversity : the exceptional case of Vienna (101) / Josef Kohlbacher and Ursula Reeger
7. Do market forces reduce segregation? : The controversies of post-socialist urban regions of Central and Eastern Europe (118) / Zoltán Kovács
8. Urban and school segregation in the larger Paris metropolitan area : a complex interweaving with a strong qualitative impact on social cohesion (134) / Marco Oberti
9. Racial and economic segregation in the US : overlapping and reinforcing dimensions (151) / Paul A. Jargowsky
PART II. MULTIPLE DOMAINS AND DIMENSIONS OF SEGREGATION: 10. Can the public space be a counterweight to social segregation? (170) / Ali Madanipour
11. Spatial segregation and the quality of the local environment in contemporary cities (185) / Roberta Cucca
12. Intersections of class, ethnicity and age: social segregation of children in the metropolitan region of Amsterdam (200) / Willem R. Boterman
13. Change and persistence in the third dimension: residential segregation by age and family type in Stockholm, 1990 and 2014 (219) / .sa Br.m. and Roger Andersson
14. Segregation by household composition and income across multiple spatial scales (239) / Ann Owens
15. Middle-class family encounters and the role of micro-publics for cross-social interaction (254) / Heike Hanh.rster and Sabine Weck
16. Socioeconomic segregation and the middle classes in Paris, Rio de Janeiro and S.o Paulo: a comparative perspective (270) / Edmond Pr.teceille and Adalberto Cardoso
17. Segregation and the urban rich: enclaves, networks and mobilities (289) / Rowland Atkinson and Hang Kei Ho
18. The impact of gentrification on social and ethnic segregation (306) / Wouter van Gent and Cody Hochstenbach
19. Vertical social differentiation as segregation in spatial proximity (325) / Thomas Maloutas
20. Residential stratification and segmentation in the hyper-vertical city (346) / Ray Forrest, Ka Sik Tong and Weijia Wang
PART III. MEASURING AND CONCEPTUALISING SEGREGATION : METHODS, APPROACHES AND DEBATES: 21. Understanding the processes of changing segregation (367) / Nick Bailey
22. Integrating infrastructure and accessibility in measures of bespoke neighbourhoods (378) / John Östh and Umut Türk
23. On the meaning and measurement of the ghetto as a form of segregation (395) / Alan Walks
EPILOGUE: 24. Towards further understanding of urban segregation (411) / Sako Musterd
Index (425).
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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