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by Evelyn Ruppert

eBook The Moral Economy of Cities: Shaping Good Citizens (Cultural Spaces) ePub
Author: Evelyn Ruppert
Language: English
ISBN: 0802038867
ISBN13: 978-0802038869
Publisher: University of Toronto Press, Scholarly Publishing Division; 2nd ed. edition (March 8, 2006)
Pages: 400
Category: Politics & Government
Subcategory: Social Sciences
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Ruppert's conclusion that economic practices are not free from moral investment encourages the considerable task of re-examining the implications of city planning and development worldwide.

Ruppert's conclusion that economic practices are not free from moral investment encourages the considerable task of re-examining the implications of city planning and development worldwide. The Moral Economy of Cities is mandatory reading for urban studies scholars and practitioners, and their critics. Added to this, even when citizenship may be given as a birthright (. when born in a specific country) the creation of discourses of citizenship by the state defines what constitutes a 'good' citizen (Ruppert, 2006).

What makes a good city? This question has long preoccupied groups interested and involved in the making and remaking of city spaces

What makes a good city? This question has long preoccupied groups interested and involved in the making and remaking of city spaces. In The Moral Economy of Cities, Evelyn S. Ruppert contends that the vision of the 'good city' embraced by professionals in the business of city making recognizes the interests of a dominant public, namely middle class consumers, office worker What makes a good city? This question has long preoccupied groups interested and involved in the making and remaking of city spaces.

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City-making practices such as urban planning, design, development, and architecture define and pursue the good and promise that they can deliver it through plans and policies.

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Представляемая книга The Moral Economy ( Моральная экономика ) отчасти опирается на материалы Кастловских лекций, прочитанных Самуэлем Боулзом в Йельском университете, и является результатом 30-летней работы автора над вопросами культурных.

Представляемая книга The Moral Economy ( Моральная экономика ) отчасти опирается на материалы Кастловских лекций, прочитанных Самуэлем Боулзом в Йельском университете, и является результатом 30-летней работы автора над вопросами культурных эффектов рынков и стимулов. В книге Боулз предлагает новую политическую парадигму, отличительная черта которой - отказ от модели Homo economicus в пользу подхода к людям как они есть.

What makes a good city? This question has long preoccupied groups interested and involved in the making and remaking of city spaces. In The Moral Economy of Cities, Evelyn S. Ruppert contends that the vision of the 'good city' embraced by professionals in the business of city making recognizes the interests of a dominant public, namely middle class consumers, office workers, tourists, and families. This vision stigmatizes certain members of the public like street youth, panhandlers, discount- and low-income shoppers, and the language used to extol the virtues of the good city inherently moralizes social conduct in the city.

Using the redevelopment of the Yonge-Dundas intersection in downtown Toronto in the mid-1990s as a case study, Ruppert examines the language of planners, urban designers, architects, and marketing analysts to reveal the extent to which moralization legitimizes these professions in the public eye and buttresses the very projects they produce. Ruppert's conclusion that economic practices are not free from moral investment encourages the considerable task of re-examining the implications of city planning and development worldwide. The Moral Economy of Cities is mandatory reading for urban studies scholars and practitioners, and their critics.

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