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by B.T. Robson

Download Urban Analysis: A Study of City Structure with Special Reference to Sunderland (Cambridge Geographical Studies) ePub
  • ISBN 0521072727
  • ISBN13 978-0521072724
  • Language English
  • Author B.T. Robson
  • Publisher Cambridge University Press; Reprint edition (July 2, 1969)
  • Pages 314
  • Formats doc lit docx mbr
  • Category Math
  • Subcategory Biological Sciences
  • Size ePub 1608 kb
  • Size Fb2 1905 kb
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This book, originally published in 1969, will hold interest for the urban geographer. It outlines the techniques and methodology which at the time were increasingly being used by geographers working in urban studies. In doing this Dr Robson shows how disciplines which were once separate were becoming more closely interrelated when dealing with urban studies. For example, the ecologist's interest in spatial association and areal patterns is of obvious value to the urban geographer and, in discussing this, Dr Robson explores both the relevance of older ecological models and tests the validity of what were newer approaches. The particular interest of this book lies in its analysis of the human ecology of Sunderland which at the time the book was written had a high proportion of people employed in traditional heavy manufacturing and ship-building industries. The results of this analysis are used as a basis for a study of working-class attitudes towards education in the town.

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It outlines the techniques and methodology which at the time were increasingly being used by geographers working in urban studies. In doing this Dr Robson shows how disciplines which were once separate were becoming more closely interrelated when dealing with urban studies.

Robson, Brian T. (1970). Urban Analysis: A Study of City Structure With Special Reference to Sunderland (Cambridge, England: Cambridge University Press). 22. Taylor, John L. (1971). Instructional Planning Systems (Cambridge, England: Cambridge University Press), chapter . oogle Scholar.

and i. Urban Analysis: A study of city structure with special reference to Sunderland (Cambridge, 1969). For the developments of the early period see The Social Background of a Plan: A Study of Middlesbrough, ed. by Ruth Glass (1948)

There is a discussion of the pattern of urban development in Sunderland in Robson, B. An ecological analysis of the evolution of residential areas in Sunderland, in: Urban Studies, III (1966), pp. 120–42, and i. by Ruth Glass (1948). page 63 note 1 Quoted by Moorsom, op. ci. p. 46.

In addition, the Census Bureau increased the number of geographic areas whose boundaries could be used as census tract boundaries. Urban Analysis: A Study of City Structure with Special Reference to Sunderland. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

In addition, the Census Bureau increased the number of geographic areas whose boundaries could be used as census tract boundaries Census tracts are also used by the Small Business Administration to define boundaries of HUBZones. pp. 44. ISBN 0-521-07272-7.

A Study of City Structure with Special Reference to Sunderland

A Study of City Structure with Special Reference to Sunderland. As shrewd a participant observer as Nathan Glazer maintains that city planning-like divinity, social work, teaching, and other minor professions-is really not a true profession, for it has failed to develop a system of education comparable in quality to the established social-science disciplines (economics, political science, and sociology) or to the major professions (medicine and law);1.

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