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  • Cities and Crisisby Kuniko Fujita

    SAGE Publications 2013; US$ 42.00

    Published in association with the International Sociological Association, this book explores financial, social and political crisis and how they affect urban experiences and so too urban theory. more...

  • Residential Segregation in Comparative Perspectiveby Kuniko Fujita; Thomas Maloutas

    Taylor and Francis 2016; US$ 149.95

    We know very little about variations in urban class and ethnic segregation among nations and even less about differences among cities in different regions of the world. Spatial organization (places and neighbourhoods) matters significantly in some cities in reproducing class relations and ethno-racial hierarchies, but may be much less important in... more...

  • Japanese Citiesby Kuniko Fujita; Richard Child Hill

    Temple University Press 2009; US$ 56.50

    Japan is the world's second most powerful economy and one of the most urbanized nations on earth. Yet English-language literature contains remarkable little about cities in Japan. This collection of original essays on Japanese urban and industrial development covers a broad spectrum of city experiences. Leading Japanese and Western urbanists analyze... more...

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