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Dual city : restructuring New York

Author: John H Mollenkopf; Manuel Castells
Publisher: New York : Russell Sage Foundation, ©1991.
Series: City in the twenty-first century book series.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: John H Mollenkopf; Manuel Castells
ISBN: 087154606X 9780871546067
OCLC Number: 22345731
Description: xiv, 477 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Contents: The decline and rise of the New York economy / Matthew Drennan --
The changing ethnic/racial division of labor / Thomas Bailey, Roger Waldinger --
The informal economy / Saskia Sassen --
The public sector / Charles Brecher, Raymond Horton --
The geography of employment and residence in New York since 1950 / Richard Harris --
Upper professionals : a high command of commerce, culture, and civic regulation / Steven Brint --
Women clerical workers / Cynthia Fuchs Epstein, Stephen R. Duncombe --
The separation of mothers and children / Ida Susser --
Crime and the social fabric / Mercer Sullivan --
The structure of the media / Mitchell Moss, Sarah Ludwig --
Patterns of neighborhood change / Frank DeGiovanni, Lorraine Minnite --
The changing character of community politics in New York City : 1968-1988 / Susan Fainstein, Norman Fainstein --
Political inequality / John Mollenkopf --
Poles apart : urban restructuring in New York and Los Angeles / Edward Soja --
A dual to New York? London in the 1980s / Ian Gordon, Michael Harloe --
Is New York a dual city? / Manuel Castells, John Mollenkopf.
Series Title: City in the twenty-first century book series.
Responsibility: edited by John Hull Mollenkopf and Manuel Castells.

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