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In: Urban People and Places: The Sociology of Cities, Suburbs, and Towns

Chapter 8: How Social Scientists, Planners, and Reformers Figure out what's going on and what Needs Fixing

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How Social Scientists, Planners, and Reformers Figure out what's going on and what Needs Fixing
How social scientists, planners, and reformers figure out what's going on and what needs fixing

This book is filled with references to research and theories about the development of cities, suburbs, and towns and how people in these places live. We described our preferred way to look at all that information and make sense of it (i.e., our so-called “cultural perspective”). Mindful that writers representing other schools of thought can look at the same evidence and come up with a much different take on what's going on, however, we also reviewed their approaches to studying urban phenomena. Fair as we tried to be, of course, there's a good chance that ...

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