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City in Sight : Dutch Dealings with Urban Change

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Duyvendak, Jan Willem; Hendriks, Frank; Niekerk, Mies van (ed.)

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Abstract Huge social transformations and turbulent political events - 9/11 and the political murders of Pim Fortuyn and Theo van Gogh - have put urban issues high on the political agenda of the Netherlands. Against this background, the contributors to this volume bring the city in sight from various disciplinary perspectives and relate their research findings to both national and international debates on urban problems. In this way, City in Sight not only provides insight into the most urgent questions of contemporary cities in the Netherlands, but also how these relate to similar problems in other countries as well. Table of contents: Part I Urban Transformations and Local Settings 1 Post-Industrialization and Ethnocentrism in Contemporary Dutch Cities: The Effects of Job Opportunities and Residential Segregation / Jeroen van der Waal and Jack Burgers 2 Unraveling Neighborhood Effects: Evidence from Two European Welfare States / Sako Musterd and Fenne M. Pinkster 3 The Effects of State-Led Gentrification in the Netherlands / Peter van der Graaf and Lex Veldboer 4 Problematic Areas or Places of Fun? Ethnic Place Marketing in the Multicultural City of Rotterdam / Ilse van Liempt and Lex Veldboer Part II Urban Citizenship and Civic Life 5 Local and Transnational Aspects of Citizenship Political Practices and Identifications of Middle-class Migrants in Rotterdam / Marianne van Bochove, Katja Rusinovic and Godfried Engbersen 6 A Little Less Conversation, a Little More Action: Real-life Expressions of Vital Citizenship in City Neighborhoods / Ted van de Wijdeven and Frank Hendriks 7 Organize Liberal, Think Conservative: Citizenship in Light Communities / Menno Hurenkamp 8 ‘Control over the Remote Control’, or How to Handle the ‘Normal’ World? The Policy and Practice of Community Care for People with Psychiatric or Intellectual Disabilities / Loes Verplanke and Jan Willem Duyvendak 9 Changing Urban Networks and Gossip: Moroccan Migrant Women’s Networks in the Dutch Welfare State / Marguerite van den Berg Part III Urban Governance and Professional Politics 10 The Relationship Between Policy Governance and Front-line Governance / Pieter Tops and Casper Hartman 11 Between Ideals and Pragmatism: Practitioners Working with Immigrant Youth in Amsterdam and Berlin / Floris Vermeulen and Tim Plaggenborg 12 Explaining the Role of Civic Organizations in Neighborhood Co-production / Karien Dekker, Rene´ Torenvlied, Beate Völker and Herman Lelieveldt 13 The Amsterdam Office Space Tragedy: An Institutional Reflection on Balancing Office Space Development in the Amsterdam Metropolitan Region / Leonie Janssen-Jansen and Willem Salet The Dutch Orange and the Big Apple: A Comparative Commentary / John Mollenkopf

De bijdragen in deze bundel geven zicht op de stad en stedelijke verandering vanuit verschillende invalshoeken. De auteurs plaatsen hun bevindingen in de context van het Nederlandse en internationale debat over stedelijke problematiek. City in Sight laat zien wat de meest prangende kwesties zijn waar Nederlandse steden zich momenteel voor gesteld zien.
Keywords Netherlands; social change; segregation; post-industrial society; gentrification; multicultural society; migrant; cultural difference; ethnicity; cultural identity; social problem; cultural integration; immigration; immigration; citizen; civil rights; civil society; immigration policy; migration policy; urban sociology
Classification General Sociology, Basic Research, General Concepts and History of Sociology, Sociological Theories
Document language English
Publication Year 2009
Publisher Amsterdam Univ. Press
City Amsterdam
Page/Pages 312 p.
Series NICIS
ISBN 978-90-8964-169-4
Status Published Version; reviewed
Licence Creative Commons - Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works
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