3 edition of Governing the postindustrial city found in the catalog.
Governing the postindustrial city
Marcus D. Pohlmann
Includes bibliographical references (p. 359-385) and index.
|Other titles||Governing the post-industrial city.|
|Statement||Marcus D. Pohlmann.|
|LC Classifications||JS341 .P595 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 399 p. :|
|Number of Pages||399|
|LC Control Number||92023830|
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Author: Marcus D. Pohlmann. Power and City Governance examines the role of these forces, then evaluates urban development in Boston and Detroit and in the English cities Birmingham and Bristol.
The book compares the origins and development of pro-growth, growth-management, and social-reform governing alignments and, drawing on over interviews with local leaders. "Latino Mayors is a groundbreaking book that provides a comprehensive examination of the Latina/o electorate as well as the challenges faced by these mayors when running for office and when governing.
All city mayors encounter obstacles when serving as the heads of cities, but minority mayors are at times confronted with opposition because of. Marion Orr is the Frederick Lippitt Professor of Public Policy and Professor of Political Science and Urban Studies at Brown University.
He is the author of Black Social Capital: The Politics of School Reform in Baltimore, –; co-author of The Color of School Reform: Race, Politics, and the Challenge of Urban Education; andeditor of Transforming the City: Community 5/5(1). In Opportunity Lost, Marcus D.
Pohlmann examines the troubling issue of why Memphis city school students are underperforming at alarming rates. His provocative interdisciplinary analysis, combining both history and social science, examines the events before and after desegregation, compares a city school to an affluent suburban school to pinpoint imbalances, and offers 3/5(1).
We pursue this aim in multiple steps in this chapter. We first set the broad context for the six city narratives that come later in the book. This context is centered in a long-term shift from the redevelopment politics dominant in the years following World War II to the politics of today's postindustrial : Clarence N.
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This makes the rise of Latino mayors in the past three decades a remarkable American story--one that explains. Latino Mayors: Political Change in the Postindustrial City. As recently as the early s, Latinos were almost totally excluded from city politics. This makes the rise of Latino mayors in the past three decades a remarkable American story—one that explains ethnic succession, changing urban demography, and political contexts.
Marcus Dale Pohlmann (born ) is an American political scientist, author, and research focuses primarily on American government and politics, specifically, African-American politics, urban politics, and political is an emeritus professor of political science at Rhodes College in Memphis, TennesseeAuthority control: GND:ISNI:.
The book “Back to the Postindustrial Future: An Ethnography of Germany’s Fastest-Shrinking city” by Felix Ringel offers a valuable and timely contribution to urban studies focusing on how urban communities relate to their future under conditions of shrinkage.
but also for policy-makers engaged in governing shrinking cities Author: Maria Gunko. The book argues that the emphasis on devolving authority to state governments was a response to the rise of Black political empowerment in American cities.
I show that as cities gained greater Black representation in city government, the likelihood of a. The primary focus of this book has been to compare postindustrial urban development politics in the United Kingdom and the United States.
The object of this analysis has been what we termed modes of governance, which embody the “who, how, and what” of governing large cities. Rate this book.
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As recently as the early s, Latinos were almost totally excluded from city politics. Marcus D. Pohlmann is professor of political science at Rhodes College. He is the author of Governing the Postindustrial City; coauthor, with Michael P. Kirby, of Racial Politics at the Crossroads: Memphis Elects W.
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