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Emerging Johannesburg


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Part I - Reorganizing Space 1. Editors, The Post-Apartheid Struggle for an Integrated Johannesburg 2. Andre P. Czegledy Villas of the Highveld: A Cultural Perspective on Johannesburg and Its Northern Suburbs 3. Richard Tomlinson and Pauline Larsen The Race, Class and Space of Shopping in Johannesburg 4. Ulrich Jurgens, Martin Gnad and Jurgen Bahr New Forms of Class and Racial Segregation in Johannesburg: Ghettos or Ethnic Enclaves? 5. Soraya Goga Property Investors and Decentralization: A Case of False Competition? Part II - Experiencing Change 6. Anna Kesper Making a Living in the City: Clothing Manufacturers in Johannesburg 7. Ingrid Plamary, Janine Rauch and Graeme Simpson Violent Crime in Johannesburg 8. Graeme Gotz and AbdouMaliq Simone On Becoming and Belonging in African Cities Part III - Governing/Institution Building 9. Patrick Heller Reclaiming Democratic Spaces: Civics and Politics in Post-Transition Johannesburg 10. Elizabeth Thomas HIV/AIDS: Implications for Local Governance, Housing and Delivery of Services 11. Jo Beall, Owen Crankshaw and Susan Parnell Social Differentiation and Urban Governance in Greater Soweto: Post-Apartheid Meadowlands 12. Erica Emdon The Limits of Law: Social Rights and Urban Development 13. Jillian Carman Johannesburg Art Gallery and the Urban Future Part IV- Re-Representing 14. Jennifer Robinson Johannesburg's Futures: Beyond Developmentalism and Global Success 15. Xolela Mangcu, Johannesburg in Flight From Itself: How Political Culture Shapes Urban Discourse 16. Editors, Negotiating in the Post-Apartheid City

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Richard Tomlinson serves as Visiting Professor at the Graduate School of Public and Development Management of the University of Witwatersrand. Robert Beauregard is Professor at the New School University in the Milano Graduate School of Management and Urban Policy. Lindsay Bremmer is Chair of Architecture at the University of Witwatersrand in Johannesburg. Xolela Mangcu is founding Director of the Steve Biko Foundation and Associate Editor and Columnist for The Sunday Independent.


-Journal of Economic Literature, 12/2003

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