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The cultural presence in struggles around political, economic, technical, and legal issues centered in the realities of cities can become catalysts for changes in a whole range of institutional domains - markets, participatory governance, judicial recourse, cultures of engagement and deliberation, and rights for members of the urban community regardless of lineage and origin.
The book provides a variety of case studies from cities all over the world and a good overview of key concepts in urban cultural governance. The short articles appeal to students and make the book ideal in an undergraduate discussion-based class.
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