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The paper discusses the absence of gender from the analysis and understanding of urban development as a result of dichotomies, implicit or explicit, in much of urban research: private space vs public space, home life vs politics, domestic labor vs paid employment, reproduction vs production. It...
In this article, Louis F. Miron presents a case study of the effects of local ideology and culture on corporate‐lead progrowth movements in New Orleans. Miron borrows from critical theory to illustrate how “hegemonic” ideologies such as economic growth may be resisted in local settings. The...
Books reviewed in this article: JOHN URRY The Tourist Gaze: Leisure and Travel in Contemporary Societies William Cronon, Nature's Metropolis: Chicago and the Great West
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