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Are you interested in learning more about place-based human behavior? Take a look at this article by Zachary P. Neal!

Please enjoy the following article from the Journal of Urban Affairs, available online. Comparing urban sociology’s human ecology and community psychology’s ecological metaphor, by Zachary P. Neal Abstract: This paper explores how two distinct scholarly disciplines both concerned with place-based human behavior have independently developed an ecological framework: urban sociology’s human ecology, and community psychology’s… Continue reading Are you interested in learning more about place-based human behavior? Take a look at this article by Zachary P. Neal!

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Take a Look at this Preview of an Upcoming Book Review: “Saving America’s Cities”, reviewed by Dennis E. Gale

Saving America’s Cities: Ed Logue and the Struggle to Renew Urban America in the Suburban Age, by Lizabeth Cohen, New York, Farrar, Straus, and Giroux, 2019 Reviewed by: Dennis E. Gale, Stanford University Readers familiar with the career of New York’s Robert Moses will discover a decidedly dissimilar story in this biography of Ed Logue.… Continue reading Take a Look at this Preview of an Upcoming Book Review: “Saving America’s Cities”, reviewed by Dennis E. Gale

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Currently available with free access from our Special Issue, Worlds of Austerity! The austerity governance of Baltimore’s neighborhoods: “The conversation may have changed but the systems aren’t changing”; by Madeleine Pill

This article can be found in the Special Issue of the Journal of Urban Affairs regarding Worlds of Austerity: Governance and Resistance in Eight Cities. This article currently has free access and is available to read and download. The austerity governance of Baltimore’s neighborhoods: “The conversation may have changed but the systems aren’t changing”; by… Continue reading Currently available with free access from our Special Issue, Worlds of Austerity! The austerity governance of Baltimore’s neighborhoods: “The conversation may have changed but the systems aren’t changing”; by Madeleine Pill

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Currently available with free access from our Special Issue, Worlds of Austerity! Variations on a collaborative theme: Conservatism, pluralism, and place-based urban policy in Central Dandenong, Melbourne; by Hayley Henderson, Helen Sullivan, & Brendan Gleeson

This article can be found in the Special Issue of the Journal of Urban Affairs regarding Worlds of Austerity: Governance and Resistance in Eight Cities. This article currently has free access and is available to read and download. Variations on a collaborative theme: Conservatism, pluralism, and place-based urban policy in Central Dandenong, Melbourne; by Hayley… Continue reading Currently available with free access from our Special Issue, Worlds of Austerity! Variations on a collaborative theme: Conservatism, pluralism, and place-based urban policy in Central Dandenong, Melbourne; by Hayley Henderson, Helen Sullivan, & Brendan Gleeson

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Currently available with free access from our Special Issue, Worlds of Austerity! “La coopération, c’est clé”: Montreal’s urban governance in times of austerity, by Pierre Hamel & Roger Keil

This article can be found in the Special Issue of the Journal of Urban Affairs regarding Worlds of Austerity: Governance and Resistance in Eight Cities. This article currently has free access and is available to read and download. “La coopération, c’est clé”: Montreal’s urban governance in times of austerity, by Pierre Hamel & Roger Keil… Continue reading Currently available with free access from our Special Issue, Worlds of Austerity! “La coopération, c’est clé”: Montreal’s urban governance in times of austerity, by Pierre Hamel & Roger Keil

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Currently available with free access from our Special Issue, Worlds of Austerity! The logics and limits of “collaborative governance” in Nantes, by Steven Griggs, David Howarth, & Andrés Feandeiro

This article can be found in the Special Issue of the Journal of Urban Affairs regarding Worlds of Austerity: Governance and Resistance in Eight Cities. This article currently has free access and is available to read and download. The logics and limits of “collaborative governance” in Nantes: Myth, ideology, and the politics of new urban… Continue reading Currently available with free access from our Special Issue, Worlds of Austerity! The logics and limits of “collaborative governance” in Nantes, by Steven Griggs, David Howarth, & Andrés Feandeiro

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Currently available with free access from our Special Issue, Worlds of Austerity! Governing austerity in Dublin: Rationalization, resilience, and resistance, by Niamh Gaynor

This article can be found in the Special Issue of the Journal of Urban Affairs regarding Worlds of Austerity: Governance and Resistance in Eight Cities. This article currently has free access and is available to read and download. Governing austerity in Dublin: Rationalization, resilience, and resistance, by Niamh Gaynor Abstract Often hailed as “the poster… Continue reading Currently available with free access from our Special Issue, Worlds of Austerity! Governing austerity in Dublin: Rationalization, resilience, and resistance, by Niamh Gaynor

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Currently available with free access from our Special Issue, Worlds of Austerity! Why is austerity governable? A Gramscian urban regime analysis of Leicester, UK, by Jonathan S. Davies, Adrian Bua, Mercè Cortina-Oriol, & Ed Thompson

This article can be found in the Special Issue of the Journal of Urban Affairs regarding Worlds of Austerity: Governance and Resistance in Eight Cities. This article currently has free access and is available to read and download. Why is austerity governable? A Gramscian urban regime analysis of Leicester, UK, by Jonathan S. Davies, Adrian… Continue reading Currently available with free access from our Special Issue, Worlds of Austerity! Why is austerity governable? A Gramscian urban regime analysis of Leicester, UK, by Jonathan S. Davies, Adrian Bua, Mercè Cortina-Oriol, & Ed Thompson

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Currently available with free access from our Special Issue, Worlds of Austerity! Austerity governance and bifurcated civil society: The changing matrices of urban politics in Athens, by Ioannis Chorianopoulos & Naya Tselepi

This article can be found in the Special Issue of the Journal of Urban Affairs regarding Worlds of Austerity: Governance and Resistance in Eight Cities. This article currently has free access and is available to read and download. Austerity governance and bifurcated civil society: The changing matrices of urban politics in Athens, by Ioannis Chorianopoulos… Continue reading Currently available with free access from our Special Issue, Worlds of Austerity! Austerity governance and bifurcated civil society: The changing matrices of urban politics in Athens, by Ioannis Chorianopoulos & Naya Tselepi

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Currently available with free access from our Special Issue, Worlds of Austerity! Urban governance and political change under a radical left government, by Ismael Blanco, Yunailis Salazar, & Iolanda Bianchi

This article can be found in the Special Issue of the Journal of Urban Affairs regarding Worlds of Austerity: Governance and Resistance in Eight Cities. This article currently has free access and is available to read and download. Urban governance and political change under a radical left government: The case of Barcelona, by Ismael Blanco,… Continue reading Currently available with free access from our Special Issue, Worlds of Austerity! Urban governance and political change under a radical left government, by Ismael Blanco, Yunailis Salazar, & Iolanda Bianchi