Pluralism

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Abstract

Providing a comprehensive overview of the main theories which structure debate on urban politics, the internationally respected contributors to this textbook provide a clear and coherent account which is organized around four major questions. The first part looks at issues of power and examines both traditional and recent theories of power in cities. The nature of public bureaucracy and those officials that have a leadership role within city government are discussed in the second part. The third part examines the ways that citizens are involved in the process of urban politics. The final part seeks to place urban politics in terms of the social economic environment and the complex architecture of government in which it has
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationTheories of Urban Politics
EditorsDavid Judge, G. Stoker, H. Wolman
Place of PublicationLondon
Pages13-34
Number of pages21
Publication statusPublished - 27 Apr 1995

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  • local government
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  • urban sociology
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Judge, D. (1995). Pluralism. In D. Judge, G. Stoker, & H. Wolman (Eds.), Theories of Urban Politics (pp. 13-34). London.
Judge, David. / Pluralism. Theories of Urban Politics. editor / David Judge ; G. Stoker ; H. Wolman. London, 1995. pp. 13-34
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