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Southeast Asian urbanism

the meaning and power of social space

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Published by Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, St. Martin"s Press in Singapore, New York .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references(p.243-267) and index.

StatementHans-Dieter Evers, Rudiger Korff.
The Physical Object
Paginationviii, 268 p. ;
Number of Pages268
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3982526M
ISBN 109812301011
LC Control Number2001308705

In the competitive environment under globalization, Southeast Asia has developed rapidly and its cities have been spearheading a physical and economic transformation. New forms of urbanism have characterized the emerging processes of urbanization and globalization in the region. These include mega-urban regions, growth triangles and world helpyouantibiotic.top by: 2. A theory of indigenous Southeast Asian urbanism: Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, Descript: vii, p. ; 23 cm: Cities and towns -- Southeast Asia; Sociology Urban; Urbanization -- Southeast Asia; Social status -- Southeast Asia; Chulalinet's Book Delivery Request. Top Top. Location. Office of Academic Resources.

Southeast Asian Development - CRC Press Book The eleven countries that make up the Southeast Asian region provide a rich and diverse context in which to view the development process and experience. The region spans different cultural contexts, colonial experiences, and economic experiments, and is home to some of the world’s most. Airport Urbanism dissects issues in infrastructural design and aesthetics, physical mobility and social immobility, and the lived experiences of an emerging Asian urbanism—a remarkable achievement by a scholar who possesses the intellectual virtuosity to bridge realms in every direction.

Aug 30,  · Max Hirsh’s Airport Urbanism offers an innovative (re)reading of contemporary cities through the lens of the airport. The book takes issue with expert understandings of urban development, and critiques scholarly approaches that “display an unfortunate reductive tendency to subsume all dimensions of urban change under a critique of neoliberalism” (viii). The book aims to examine the making of the nations in Southeast Asia using both historical and political science approaches. Concepts related to nation such as ethnicity, state, indigenism and citizenship have also been analysed in the Southeast Asian context. Specific examples of nation-building in five major Southeast Asian countries are Price: $


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Modern Southeast Asian urban life follows cultural lines set out by the region's early Indic cities. In this indigenous urban tradition the city rules society through a division of power and elaboration of urban-centered status distinctions.

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