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Homegirls In The Public Sphere By Miranda, Marie (Keta) Review By: Yost, Bambi, Bambi L. Yost Jan 2005

Homegirls In The Public Sphere By Miranda, Marie (Keta) Review By: Yost, Bambi, Bambi L. Yost

Bambi L Yost

Abstrat is not available. Citation: Homegirls in the Public Sphere by Miranda, Marie (Keta) Review by: Yost, Bambi Children, Youth and Environments Vol. 15, No. 1, Environmental Health, and Other Papers (2005) , pp. 406-413 Published by: The Board of Regents of the University of Colorado, a body corporate, for the benefit of the Children, Youth and Environments Center at the University of Colorado Boulder Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.7721/chilyoutenvi.15.1.0406


Imagine Lincoln 2020, The Futures Academy Jan 2005

Imagine Lincoln 2020, The Futures Academy

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Imagine Ahead, Plan Backwards: Prospective Methodology In Urban And Regional Planning, Elzbieta Krawczyk, John Ratcliffe Jan 2005

Imagine Ahead, Plan Backwards: Prospective Methodology In Urban And Regional Planning, Elzbieta Krawczyk, John Ratcliffe

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Predict And Provide Vs Explore, Envision And Plan: Transforming The Urban Planning Approach Towards The Future, Elzbieta Krawczyk, John Ratcliffe Jan 2005

Predict And Provide Vs Explore, Envision And Plan: Transforming The Urban Planning Approach Towards The Future, Elzbieta Krawczyk, John Ratcliffe

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Thinking about the future of humanity cannot be separated from thinking about the future of cities. Today, half of the world’s population lives in cities and the number of urban dwellers is constantly growing. On one hand, cities play a key role in generating economic growth; they are cores of human activity and frontiers of technological and cultural progress. On the other, urban areas are a source of a broad range of social and environmental problems and are especially vulnerable to the threats posed by factors such as climate change, terrorism, pandemic, social and cultural clashes. Considering the role ...


The Role Of Corporate Social Responsibility In Urban Regeneration, Julie Gannon, Gillian O'Brien Jan 2005

The Role Of Corporate Social Responsibility In Urban Regeneration, Julie Gannon, Gillian O'Brien

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