Series Editor: Susan E. Clarke

Globalization and Community

Cities throughout the world are struggling with large-scale economic changes and their social effects: immigration, intensified demographic inequalities, multiscalar tensions, and divisive politics revolving around race, ethnicity, gender, and, increasingly, sustainability. The Globalization and Community series offers a social science perspective on the cultural, spatial, economic, and social impacts of the processes of globalization on urban areas. Books in the series feature distinctive theoretical approaches, innovative methodologies, and insightful views on emerging questions of globalization and community.

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