2 edition of Cities in movement found in the catalog.
Cities in movement
Colloque "Ville en mouvement" (1989 Paris, France)
1991 by Geographisch Instituut, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven in Leuven .
Written in English
|Statement||Commission systèmes urbains et développement urbain, Union géographique internationale ; edited by D. Pumain, T. Saint-Julien, H. van der Haegen.|
|Series||Acta geographica Lovaniensia ;, vol. 31, Acta geographica Lovaniensia ;, v. 31.|
|Contributions||Pumain, Denise., Saint-Julien, Thérèse., Haegen, H. van der., International Geographical Union. Commission systèmes urbains et développement urbain.|
|LC Classifications||HT107.C515 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||230 p. :|
|Number of Pages||230|
|LC Control Number||92138107|
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It explores cities as sites of movement, migration and settlement where different peoples, cultures and environments combine. Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. PDF | On Jan 1,Maria Lucinda Fonseca (Ed and others published Cities in Movement: Migrants and Urban Change | Find, read and cite all the research you need on ResearchGate.
The Healthy Cities movement was based upon the principles of primary care, equity, health promotion, and community participation. According to the Ottawa Charter for Health Promotion, the areas for health promotion action include (select all that apply). Religious centers also played a role in the abolitionist movement.
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Faced with its first real test, the global cities movement stopped moving. It was an idea that “emerged fast and strong and went down just as quickly”. Critics of the turn-of-the-century's City Beautiful Movement denounced its projects—broad, tree-lined boulevards and monumental but low-lying civic buildings—as grandiose and unnecessary.
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This paper is taken from the forthcoming book, Space is the Machine (Cambridge University Press, ) which brings together some of the recent developments in applying configurational analysis to issues of architectural and urban theory.
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Includes bibliographical references and index. ISBN (alk. paper) -- ISBN Aside from making cities more livable and orderly, the City Beautiful movement was meant to shape the American urban landscape in the manner of those in Europe, which were primarily designed in the Beaux-Arts m especially thought of the movement as a mechanism by which the United States could establish visible and permanent ties to European Classical traditions.
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The influence of the fundamental grid-movement relation is so pervasive that cities are conceptualized here as 'movement economies', in which the structuring of movement by the grid leads, through multiplier effects, to dense patterns of mixed use encounter that characterize the spatially successful city.In these ambitious pages, healthy cities are rooted firmly in the worldwide movement toward balanced and sustainable urbanization, developed not to disguise or displace entrenched health and social problems, but to encourage and foster solutions.
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