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Glasgow Michael Pacione

Glasgow By Michael Pacione

Glasgow by Michael Pacione


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Glasgow: The Socio-spatial Development of the City by Michael Pacione

First published in 1995, this book employs a historical-geographical approach to illuminate the interaction between the multifarious social and spatial forces which have conditioned the processes and patterns of urban growth and change over time in Scotland's principle city.

The book is organised into two complementary parts. In the first part, a chronological approach is adopted to examine the main agents, processes and patterns underlying the development of the city from its pre-urban origins until the close of the nineteenth century. In the second part, the major issues relating to the socio-spatial development of Glasgow in the twentieth century are the subject of systematic examination. The book uses the geographical approach to synthesise relevant information from a plethora of sources to illuminate the changing geography of the city in a multi-perspective format.

This volume will assist those who are interested to understand the geography of Scotland's principle city, and is an ideal book for students and researchers of urban studies, geography, social science and Scottish studies. It provides a fascinating insight into the structure of a vibrant, dynamic and often misunderstood city.

Table of Contents

List of figures; List of tables; Preface; Acknowledgements 1. The orgigins of the dear green place 2. The mercantile town 3. The advent of industrial urbanism 4. Urban expansion in the nineteenth century 5. Population and society in the nineteenth century 6. The urban economy 7. Housing the people 8. The government of the city 9. The urban challenge 10. Popular images of the city and its people; References; Subject Index; Place Index

Additional information

NLS9781138928633
9781138928633
1138928631
Glasgow: The Socio-spatial Development of the City by Michael Pacione
New
Paperback
Taylor & Francis Ltd
2021-03-31
272
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