The Political Ecology of the Metropolis

The Political Ecology of the Metropolis

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A growing majority of humanity lives in sprawling, interconnected urban regions. Diversified metropolitan geographies have replaced the centuries-old divide between urban and rural areas, and transformed the local sources of electoral politics. The resulting patterns of electoral support and participation have shifted axes of partisan competition to the right. This volume undertakes the first international comparative analysis of metropolitan political behaviour. The results support a powerful new thesis to explain many recent shifts in political behaviour: the metropolitanisation of politics.Support for this research has been provided by the University of Southern California Provosta#39;s Urban Initiative, the Provosta#39;s Undergraduate Research Program, the Center for International Studies, and the College of Letters, Arts and Sciences, anbsp;...

Title:The Political Ecology of the Metropolis
Author: Jefferey M. Sellers, Daniel Kübler, R. Alan Walks, Melanie Walter-Rogg
Publisher:ECPR Press - 2013

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