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Author McDonald, David A. (David Alexander)
Title World city syndrome : neoliberalism and inequality in Cape Town / David A. McDonald.
Publication Info London : Routledge, c2008.



Descript xxv, 355 p. : ill., maps
Contents Introduction: World City Syndrome 1. Cape Town as World City 2. Cape Town as Capitalist City 3. Cape Town as Neoliberal City 4. Respatializing Cape Town (I): Local Government Restructuring 5. Respatializing Cape Town (II): Investments in the Built Environment 6. Privatizing Cape Town 7. Cost Recovering Cape Town 8. Disciplining Cape Town 9. (De)Africanizing Cape Town 10. Keep Left for Cape Town: Alternative Development Strategies
Note 325 annual accesses. UkHlHU
ISBN 9781135903374 (e-book)
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Author McDonald, David A. (David Alexander)
Series Routledge studies in human geography ; 18
Subject Human geography -- South Africa -- Cape Town.
Neoliberalism -- South Africa -- Cape Town.
Urbanization -- South Africa -- Cape Town.
Equality -- South Africa -- Cape Town.
Racism -- South Africa -- Cape Town.
Sociology, Urban -- South Africa -- Cape Town.
Cape Town (South Africa) -- Geography.
Cape Town (South Africa) -- Politics and government.
Cape Town (South Africa) -- Economic conditions.
Cape Town (South Africa) -- Social conditions.
Descript xxv, 355 p. : ill., maps
Contents Introduction: World City Syndrome 1. Cape Town as World City 2. Cape Town as Capitalist City 3. Cape Town as Neoliberal City 4. Respatializing Cape Town (I): Local Government Restructuring 5. Respatializing Cape Town (II): Investments in the Built Environment 6. Privatizing Cape Town 7. Cost Recovering Cape Town 8. Disciplining Cape Town 9. (De)Africanizing Cape Town 10. Keep Left for Cape Town: Alternative Development Strategies
Note 325 annual accesses. UkHlHU
ISBN 9781135903374 (e-book)
Author McDonald, David A. (David Alexander)
Series Routledge studies in human geography ; 18
Subject Human geography -- South Africa -- Cape Town.
Neoliberalism -- South Africa -- Cape Town.
Urbanization -- South Africa -- Cape Town.
Equality -- South Africa -- Cape Town.
Racism -- South Africa -- Cape Town.
Sociology, Urban -- South Africa -- Cape Town.
Cape Town (South Africa) -- Geography.
Cape Town (South Africa) -- Politics and government.
Cape Town (South Africa) -- Economic conditions.
Cape Town (South Africa) -- Social conditions.

Subject Human geography -- South Africa -- Cape Town.
Neoliberalism -- South Africa -- Cape Town.
Urbanization -- South Africa -- Cape Town.
Equality -- South Africa -- Cape Town.
Racism -- South Africa -- Cape Town.
Sociology, Urban -- South Africa -- Cape Town.
Cape Town (South Africa) -- Geography.
Cape Town (South Africa) -- Politics and government.
Cape Town (South Africa) -- Economic conditions.
Cape Town (South Africa) -- Social conditions.
Descript xxv, 355 p. : ill., maps
Contents Introduction: World City Syndrome 1. Cape Town as World City 2. Cape Town as Capitalist City 3. Cape Town as Neoliberal City 4. Respatializing Cape Town (I): Local Government Restructuring 5. Respatializing Cape Town (II): Investments in the Built Environment 6. Privatizing Cape Town 7. Cost Recovering Cape Town 8. Disciplining Cape Town 9. (De)Africanizing Cape Town 10. Keep Left for Cape Town: Alternative Development Strategies
Note 325 annual accesses. UkHlHU
ISBN 9781135903374 (e-book)

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