Originally published in 1993, Metropolis 2000 analyses 20th century metropolitan development and planning under the economic and environmental conditions of the world's regions. Attempts to achieve the physical integration of the city without economic equality have failed. The book advances the principle of 'integrated diversity' which emphasises linking neighbourhood planning with a broader vision of the planned metropolis and applies a political economy approach, and argues for a new form of pro-urban thinking. The book argues that the basis for a humane approach to city planning is viewing the metropolis as a beneficial accompaniment to national independence, equality and social progress.
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Series: Routledge Library Editions: Urban Planning
24 March 2020
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A / AS level
List of Tables and Figures Preface and Acknowledgements 1. The Century of the Metropolis 2. The U.S. Metropolis 3. The Dependent Metropolis 4. The Soviet Metropolis Introductions to Chapters 5-7 5. Theories of Urbanization and Planning 6. Metropolitan Politics and Planning 7. Community and Metropolis 8. Conclusion Appendix: Metropolitan Areas Bibliography Index