Landscapes of Power

Sharon Zukin's 1991 book, Landscapes of Power, developed an argument that the creative destruction inherent to capitalism also remakes the places in which people live, work, consume, and recreate. The term has been adopted by geographers, sociologists, urban studies, historians, ...

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