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Sandercock, Leonie

Where Strangers Become Neighbours

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Table of contents

Part I. Context

1. Inventing a Multicultural Nation: Canada’s Evolving Story
Leonie Sandercock, Samara Brock

2. Integrating an Immigrant Metropolis: Vancouver’s Diversity Mission
Leonie Sandercock, Samara Brock

3. Changing the Mind of the City: Preparing the Public Sector for a Multicultural Society
Samara Brock

Part II. The Neighbourhood House: Concept and Reality

4. What Is a Neighbourhood House?
Leonie Sandercock

5. The Story of the Collingwood Neighbourhood House: A Unique Gathering Place
Leonie Sandercock, Val Cavers

6. CNH: The Ongoing Challenges of Change
Val Cavers, Paula Carr

7. Integrating Immigrants Through Community Development
Leonie Sandercock

8. Towards a Cosmopolitan Urbanism: From Theory to Practice
Leonie Sandercock

Part III. Film as Action Research

9. “Where Strangers Become Neighbours”: The Story of a Research, the Research of a Story
Giovanni Attili

10. Qualitative Inquiries and Film Languages in the Planning Field: A Manifesto
Giovanni Attili

Keywords: Social Sciences, general, Human Geography, Urbanism, Cities, Countries, Regions, Interdisciplinary Studies, Regional and Cultural Studies

Author(s)
 
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2009
Language
en
Edition
1
Series
Urban and Landscape Perspectives
Page amount
317 pages
Category
Society
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9781402090356

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