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The urbanization process of a poor Mexican neighborhood

by Antonio Ugalde

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Published by Institute of Latin American Studies, University of Texas at Austin in Austin .
Written in

    Places:
  • Ciudad Juárez (Mexico),
  • Mexico,
  • Ciudad Juárez.
    • Subjects:
    • Rural-urban migration -- Mexico -- Ciudad Juárez.,
    • Ciudad Juárez (Mexico) -- Social conditions.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 61-68.

      Statementby Antonio Ugalde, with Leslie Olson, David Schers, Miguel Von Hoegen.
      SeriesA Special publication - Institute of Latin American Studies, University of Texas at Austin, Special publication (University of Texas at Austin. Institute of Latin American Studies)
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHN120.C48 U35
      The Physical Object
      Pagination68 p. :
      Number of Pages68
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5169123M
      ISBN 100292785038
      LC Control Number74620102
      OCLC/WorldCa1121843

      One essay is devoted to the urbanization process in pre-World War II Japan; another considers urban planning on the western Pacific Rim. This is the first book that analyzes how the economic transformation of Japan has restructured Japanese cities and how urban and regional development policies have kept pace with (and in some ways effected. In , Michael Harrington published a searing portrait of deprived and invisible poor people in The Other America, a book that caught the attention of many of the nation’s leaders, including President John F. Kennedy. The dawning realization of poverty in the midst of plenty gave rise to a new generation of wide-ranging efforts to fight.

      The book follows a usefully logical structure, beginning with a broad characterization of Chinese urbanization in comparative historical and international perspective, followed by chapters on China’s distinctive hukou system of place-tied household registration and urban/rural identity, and its system of territorial governance; regional. Increasing urbanization of human society is a universal trend and one that is likely to affect global levels of health and well-being (Moore et al. , Ompad et al. , Srivastava , Ompad.

      urbanization without growth for richer countries until the midth century and for the poorer countries thereafter.2 Last, we review the literature on urbanization and development for explanations of why this disconnect in the urbanization process occurred, and why it occurred starting in the midth century. Start studying Chapter 7 & 8. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools.


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