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Summary The Study focuses on the social and, more especially, the cultural processes governing colonial urban development and develops a theory and methodology to do this. This book was first published in Table of Contents Part One 1.
Colonial urban development : the problem stated 2. Towards a theory of colonial urban development 3. The social and cultural context of colonial urban development Part Two 4. The language of colonial urbanisation 5. Military space: The Cantonment as a system of environmental control 6. Residential space: the bungalow-compound complex as a study in the cultural use of space 7. Social Space: the hill station as a cultural community Part Three 8.
Delhi: a case study in colonial urban development 9. The transformation of a pre-industrial city, Imperial Delhi, a model of colonial urban development Part Four Colonial urban development: some implications for further research. Request an e-inspection copy.
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