Com Temporary Urban Sociology

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Conceptual sociospatial changes are now the hallmark of the new urban sociology. Marx WEBER and Karl MARX: “societies were organized around integrated systems of economics, politics, and culture”, “the modes of social organization work through a form of space (city) and there are social relations in that space”

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ArgumentsConceptual sociospatial changes are now the hallmark of the new urban sociology.Marx WEBER and Karl MARX: societies were organized around integrated systems of economics, politics, and culture, the modes of social organization work through a form of space (city) and there are social relations in that spaceENGELS: capitalism unregulated by the government planning produced a spatial chaos of multiplying minicenters, a work exploitation which produce miseryUneven Development: variation in the affluence of particular places, Uneven development in case of capitalist economic system LEFEBVRE: Urban political economy, real estate investment, social activities: interaction among space, role of government in spaceClass conflict theories with GORDON, STORPER & WALKER and, CASTELLSHARVEY in capital accumulation theory: class-monopoly rent, real estate involves the government in direct ways, real estate role into the production of uneven developmentMOLOTCH: Property development is a major source of new tax revenueThe sociospatial perspective characteristics and ideasCritiques and suggestionsThe sociology founders considered urban communities as a key analytical dimension of their discipline. Authors such as Marx, Weber, Durkheim have all incorporated and providing a central place to the city and urbanization in their analysis of industrial society. But the challenges of contemporary urban sociology do not lie in

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