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Includes bibliographical references and index.ISBN 0-471-96672-X (cloth).~ISBN 0-471-96573-8 (pbk).
City planning—History—20th century.3. Architecture and society—History—20th century.
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IntroductionPART ONE PERSPECTIVES INTO URBAN SPACEChapter 1 Understanding Urban SpaceDilemmas of spaceAbsolute and relational spaceSpace and massPhysical and social spaceMental and real spaceAbstract and differential spaceSpace and timeSpace and place -Space and specializationConclusionChapter 2 Structural Frameworks of Urban SpaceSocio-spatial geometries of urban spaceNatural spaceCreated spaceUrban form and historical processesThe city as a work of artThe city as an embodiment of functionsEcology of urban structureThe internal structure of the cityUrban morphologyPolitical economy of urban structureConclusionChapter 3 People in the CityEnvironmental cognitionA behavioural approach to spaceMapping urban images4471012162023262831313538394345484953566063636566