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The Resource The transformation of American cities, [compiled by] H. W. Wilson, a division of EBSCO Information Services

The transformation of American cities, [compiled by] H. W. Wilson, a division of EBSCO Information Services

Label
The transformation of American cities
Title
The transformation of American cities
Statement of responsibility
[compiled by] H. W. Wilson, a division of EBSCO Information Services
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
DON
Dewey number
307.76/0973
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • charts
Index
index present
LC call number
HT123
LC item number
.T73 2015
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Series statement
The reference shelf
Series volume
v. 87, no. 5
Target audience
adult
Label
The transformation of American cities, [compiled by] H. W. Wilson, a division of EBSCO Information Services
Instantiates
Publication
Copyright
Note
  • "ISSN: 1948-6820" -- Page [4] of cover
  • Series previously published by H.W. Wilson, a division of EBSCO Information Services
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 226-231) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Michael Kimmelman
  • rise of the progressive city
  • Michelle Goldberg ;
  • The
  • revolt of the cities
  • Harold Meyerson ;
  • The
  • gentrification effect
  • Thomas B. Edsall
  • These American cities are fighting for control over electricity and the Internet
  • Max Holleran
  • Ten urban experiments that your city should adopt
  • Sasha Abramsky
  • New-age Central Parks
  • Rutherford H. Platt and Peter Harnik
  • Aging pipes are poisoning America's tap water
  • Alana Semuels
  • Climate change crusade goes local
  • Doug Struck
  • 2.
  • 1.
  • Cost of living and changing demographics :
  • The
  • modern urbanite ;
  • The
  • end of the suburbs
  • Leigh Gallagher
  • Get out of town
  • Nicholas Lemann
  • Baby boomtowns: The U.S. cities attracting the most families
  • Joel Kotkin
  • Green initiatives, the environment, and natural resources :
  • This is the most economically segregated city in America
  • Alan Pyke
  • Mini-D.C.'s: a small-city boom revitalizes downtowns once left for dead
  • John Woodrow Cox
  • How suburban are big American cities?
  • Jed Kolko
  • Foreclosures fuel Detroit blight, cost city $500 million
  • Christine MacDonald and Joel Kurth
  • 3.
  • Economy and industry :
  • The
  • Jobs, opportunity, and innovation in urban environments ;
  • The
  • nation's future depends on its cities, not on Washington
  • Michael Hirsh
  • Can tax breaks for big corporations turn around one of America's most dangerous cities?
  • Lidia DePillis
  • How American sports franchises are selling their cities short
  • David Uberti
  • Why millennials still move to cities
  • Kevin Maney
  • greening of American cities ;
  • Why are there so many shuttered storefronts in the West Village?
  • Tim Wu
  • Why American cities are fighting to attract immigrants
  • Ted Hesson
  • 4.
  • Crime and policing :
  • Law and disorder
  • Inner-city violence in the age of mass incarceration
  • Heather Ann Thompson
  • Two architects of broken windows policing go on the defensive
  • The
  • Eric Jaffe ;
  • The
  • militarization of U.S. police : finally dragged into the light by the horrors of Ferguson
  • Glenn Greenwald
  • City life
  • Jelani Cobb ;
  • The
  • myth of police reform
  • Ta-Nehisi Coates
  • Is a new crime wave on the horizon?
  • best bike-sharing program in the United States
  • Mariano Castillo
  • 5.
  • Architecture and the arts :
  • Urban beauty, functionality, and culture
  • Why public art is important
  • Jared Green
  • Local urban culture goes global
  • Jeroen Beekmans
  • Pop-up salvation
  • renée e. hoogland
  • Tom Vanderbilt
  • Can Chicago become America's next great city for artists?
  • B. David Zarley
  • Why cities can't afford to lose their artists
  • Richard Florida
  • Cities create music, cultural festivals to make money
  • Chad Kaydo
  • High line your museum
  • Jonathan Massey
  • New York City rethinks art for the masses
  • Jennifer Smith
  • Streetcorner serenade for the public plaza
  • Embracing graffiti could help contain it, save Tucson money
  • David J. Del Grande
  • 6.
  • Politics and education :
  • Managing the future
  • In major U.S. cities education "reform" opponents take to the streets
  • Amy Dean
  • Charter schools continue dramatic growth despite controversies
  • Joy Resmovits ;
  • The
Dimensions
26 cm
Extent
xiii, 239 pages
Isbn
9781619256941
Isbn Type
(pbk: v. 87, no. 5)
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations, charts
Label
The transformation of American cities, [compiled by] H. W. Wilson, a division of EBSCO Information Services
Publication
Copyright
Note
  • "ISSN: 1948-6820" -- Page [4] of cover
  • Series previously published by H.W. Wilson, a division of EBSCO Information Services
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 226-231) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Michael Kimmelman
  • rise of the progressive city
  • Michelle Goldberg ;
  • The
  • revolt of the cities
  • Harold Meyerson ;
  • The
  • gentrification effect
  • Thomas B. Edsall
  • These American cities are fighting for control over electricity and the Internet
  • Max Holleran
  • Ten urban experiments that your city should adopt
  • Sasha Abramsky
  • New-age Central Parks
  • Rutherford H. Platt and Peter Harnik
  • Aging pipes are poisoning America's tap water
  • Alana Semuels
  • Climate change crusade goes local
  • Doug Struck
  • 2.
  • 1.
  • Cost of living and changing demographics :
  • The
  • modern urbanite ;
  • The
  • end of the suburbs
  • Leigh Gallagher
  • Get out of town
  • Nicholas Lemann
  • Baby boomtowns: The U.S. cities attracting the most families
  • Joel Kotkin
  • Green initiatives, the environment, and natural resources :
  • This is the most economically segregated city in America
  • Alan Pyke
  • Mini-D.C.'s: a small-city boom revitalizes downtowns once left for dead
  • John Woodrow Cox
  • How suburban are big American cities?
  • Jed Kolko
  • Foreclosures fuel Detroit blight, cost city $500 million
  • Christine MacDonald and Joel Kurth
  • 3.
  • Economy and industry :
  • The
  • Jobs, opportunity, and innovation in urban environments ;
  • The
  • nation's future depends on its cities, not on Washington
  • Michael Hirsh
  • Can tax breaks for big corporations turn around one of America's most dangerous cities?
  • Lidia DePillis
  • How American sports franchises are selling their cities short
  • David Uberti
  • Why millennials still move to cities
  • Kevin Maney
  • greening of American cities ;
  • Why are there so many shuttered storefronts in the West Village?
  • Tim Wu
  • Why American cities are fighting to attract immigrants
  • Ted Hesson
  • 4.
  • Crime and policing :
  • Law and disorder
  • Inner-city violence in the age of mass incarceration
  • Heather Ann Thompson
  • Two architects of broken windows policing go on the defensive
  • The
  • Eric Jaffe ;
  • The
  • militarization of U.S. police : finally dragged into the light by the horrors of Ferguson
  • Glenn Greenwald
  • City life
  • Jelani Cobb ;
  • The
  • myth of police reform
  • Ta-Nehisi Coates
  • Is a new crime wave on the horizon?
  • best bike-sharing program in the United States
  • Mariano Castillo
  • 5.
  • Architecture and the arts :
  • Urban beauty, functionality, and culture
  • Why public art is important
  • Jared Green
  • Local urban culture goes global
  • Jeroen Beekmans
  • Pop-up salvation
  • renée e. hoogland
  • Tom Vanderbilt
  • Can Chicago become America's next great city for artists?
  • B. David Zarley
  • Why cities can't afford to lose their artists
  • Richard Florida
  • Cities create music, cultural festivals to make money
  • Chad Kaydo
  • High line your museum
  • Jonathan Massey
  • New York City rethinks art for the masses
  • Jennifer Smith
  • Streetcorner serenade for the public plaza
  • Embracing graffiti could help contain it, save Tucson money
  • David J. Del Grande
  • 6.
  • Politics and education :
  • Managing the future
  • In major U.S. cities education "reform" opponents take to the streets
  • Amy Dean
  • Charter schools continue dramatic growth despite controversies
  • Joy Resmovits ;
  • The
Dimensions
26 cm
Extent
xiii, 239 pages
Isbn
9781619256941
Isbn Type
(pbk: v. 87, no. 5)
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations, charts

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