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Geography and Planning
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JGI216H1
Professor
Herbert Kronzucker

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JGI Oct28, 2010-10-28
Urban social movements
-flexibility
-range can be extended and deepen (for example, internet may allow this)
-several focuses. i.e. fighting for working class
-different demands @govt, or economic actors, or society at large
Mayer
-people rally against collective state
-looked for improvements
-1990 shift
1.New competitive forms of urban development
-post-fordism: standardization, consumer market would never reach saturation
-fundamental shift to finding out what wiuld make things more stable in
capitalism
-flexibility in labour market use to enter labour force and stay in joib forever
stability, but now its not the same anymore part-time, seaqsonal, temporary
etc.
-new form of competition
mega-projects: aimed at changing the image of the city, what it looks like to
the rest of the world
-number of industrial buidlings
-mega-events: Olympics
-theme parks
-movements= gear to protect environment
big city politics
-home environment diverse group
-nimbiasm= not in my backyard
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JGI Oct28, 2010-10-28 Urban social movements -flexibility -range can be extended and deepen (for example, internet may allow this) -several focuses. i.e. fighting for working class -different demands @govt, or economic actors, or society at large Mayer -people rally against collective state -looked for improvements -1990 shift 1. New competitive forms of urban development -post-fordism: standardization, consumer market would never reach saturation -fundamental shift to finding out what wiuld make things more stable in capitalism -flexibility in labour market use to enter labour force and stay in joib forever stability, but now its not the same anymore part-time, seaqsonal, temporary etc. -new form of competition mega-projects: aimed at changing the image of the city, what it looks like to the rest of the world -number of industrial buidlings -mega-events: Olympics -theme parks -movements= gear to protect environment big city politics -home environment diverse group -nimbiasm= not in my backyard www.notesolution.com
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