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Barrio urbanism [electronic resource] : Chicanos, planning, and American cities / David Ralph Diaz.

By: Diaz, David R, 1951-.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: New York : Routledge, 2005Description: 323 p. : maps.ISBN: 9780203020968 (e-book : PDF).Subject(s): Mexican Americans -- History | Urban policy -- United States -- History | City planning -- United States -- History | Land use, Urban -- United States -- History | Hispanic American neighborhoods -- HistoryGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: No title; No title; No title; No titleOnline resources: Click here to view Also available in print edition.
Contents:
Early history of urban locational patterns, 1880-1950 -- Barrio logic and the consolidation of Chicanas/os in the city, 1950-1975 -- Transformation of barrios and the impact of reforms of racist real estate and banking industry practices -- Housing affordability : practical influence of local and federal policies -- Economic development in Chicana/o communities -- Open space, cultural programs and recreational resources -- Redevelopment policy in the barrio -- The history of confrontational urban politics : a reliance on social movements -- Land use conflicts and the politics of environmental justice -- The political and social transformation of California -- The new cities of the Southwest -- The challenge to future political coalitions and the question of land use policy -- Chicanas/os and the urban challenges of the 21st century.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. [278]-295) and index.

Early history of urban locational patterns, 1880-1950 -- Barrio logic and the consolidation of Chicanas/os in the city, 1950-1975 -- Transformation of barrios and the impact of reforms of racist real estate and banking industry practices -- Housing affordability : practical influence of local and federal policies -- Economic development in Chicana/o communities -- Open space, cultural programs and recreational resources -- Redevelopment policy in the barrio -- The history of confrontational urban politics : a reliance on social movements -- Land use conflicts and the politics of environmental justice -- The political and social transformation of California -- The new cities of the Southwest -- The challenge to future political coalitions and the question of land use policy -- Chicanas/os and the urban challenges of the 21st century.

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