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Christopher Chase-Dunn Sociology 10 The City: An Introduction
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Cities in the Global South *Christopher Chase-Dunn, “ The coming of urban primacy in Latin America”   in  Cities Reader . David A. Smith,  Third World Cities in Global  Perspective  (Westview 1996) Mike Davis, Planet of Slums Peter B. Evans (ed.) Livable Cities William I. Robinson, Globalization and Latin America
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outline world urbanization industrial cities in the core: c olonial cities in the non-core.  Settler colonies vs. colonial elites ruling indigenous  populations. Effects of “mother country” on colonial cities:  Spanish plans. The grid. The squares.  Mixed classes. The  “municipio” like a county.   Portuguese colonial cities more  “natural”.   O ld and new cities in India. Port cities in China vs. traditional Chinese square walled cities. Subjugation to the west. Semiproletarianization. African cities. The “home place.” Migrant labor. Cities of Peasants. Favelas, squatter settlements, building with available materials. Electricity, water, sewage, transportation.
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urbanization of modern  societies  What is “urbanization”? Venice to Amsterdam
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