Spaces and Flows Journal

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Studying the Level of Integration of Singapore as an Asian-Pacific Global City

The main aim of this paper is on the level of integrity of global cities and how they are distributed in the world city network, with a focus on Singapore.

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The Contribution of Italian Culture in the Construction of the Third Millennium City: Toward a New Palimpsest between Permanence and Modifications

In 1960s Italian architectural culture, new research on urban transformation emerged. The study proposes a framework of these theories, which are the core of the today's Italian urban design.

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Functional Change and Imagined Spaces: The Performance of Peri-urban Planning in Victoria, Australia

Through a series of interviews with practicing planners, performative notions of peri-urban planning are explored with reference to actual material and functional changes in the study region.

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Thresholds in Urban and Architectural Space

The concept of the threshold has changed tremendously in the course of time. What are the mechanisms of this change and what does it mean for the modern city?

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Atolls of Waste: Landscape Investigations of Waste Networks in Maldives

This paper explores the unusual and intrinsic relationships of waste networks and socio-ecological conditions in the Maldives that result in artificial waste islands developed due to the scarcity of land;

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Changing Urban Structure: The Dilemmas and Conflicts of Land and Housing in Urban India

This research investigates the reasons of conflicts between social sustenance and economics of urban housing projects in India, which cumulatively shape the urban structure and growth patterns of the city.

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Published online: September 26, 2014

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Spaces and Flows: An International Journal of Urban and ExtraUrban Studies , Volume 4, Issue 4

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Neoliberalizing Anticrime Activism: Civilian Patrols & the Post-welfarist Citizen

This article analyzes how Brooklyn-based civilian patrol group, UMMA Group Inc., positioned itself to elicit government assistance in the early-1990s to gain insight in neoliberal disciplinary objectives.

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Published online: September 5, 2014

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Just Be Real: Creating and Communicating Hip-Hop Authenticity in the Bronx and Beyond

Hip-hop flyers and artists in late 1970s Bronx marketed the spaces and places of the Bronx to the culture industries, helping to create a business while maintaining cultural authenticity.

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Published online: September 5, 2014

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Expanding San Francisco’s Landscape Productivity: Adaptation Strategies for Climate Change

This paper examines the contradictions between development plans in San Francisco and projected impacts of climate change, and theorizes the expanding role urban landscapes might play to ease these conflicts.

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Published online: September 5, 2014

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