Urban Sociology in Canada, Second Edition introduces the fundamentals of the theoretical structure of Canadian urban studies. The book is comprised of 11 chapters that are organized into six parts.
The text provides census data of various Canadian cities along with urban empirical studies to help illustrate the generalization and concepts. The book first covers the classical foundations of urban sociology, and then proceeds to discussing the growth of urban system. The third part talks about the process of entrance to the urban system, while the fourth part deals with the spatial shape of the urban system. The last two parts tackle urbanism and the regulation of urban system, respectively.
The book will be of great use to social scientists who involve urban population as the main demographics of their research study.
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|Size: ||41.6 MB|
|Date published: || 1986|
|ISBN: ||9781483141916 (DRM-PDF)|
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