Social theories of urban violence in the global South : towards safe and inclusive cities / edited by Jennifer Erin Salahub, Markus Gottsbacher, and John de Boer
- Routledge studies in cities and development
- Machine generated contents note: 1.Intersections of gender, mobility, and violence in urban Pakistan / John De Boer / Jennifer Erin Salahub / Markus Gottsbacher -- 2.Men in the city: changing gender relations and masculinities in Maputo, Mozambique / Nausheen H. Anwar / Sarwat Viqar / Daanish Mustafa -- 3."We don't know when the trucks will come": the quest for safe and inclusive cities in Zimbabwe / Henny Slegh / Esmeralda Mariano / Silvia Roque -- 4.The state, violence, and everydayness: some insights from Delhi / Julie Stewart / Sian Maseko / Rosalie Katsande / Olga Chisango -- 5.Urban community profiles: safe relocation and resettlement in post-war Sri Lanka / Bhim Reddy / Manoj Bandan Balsamanta -- 6.Violence and social exclusion in urban contexts in Central America / Iresha M. Lakshman / Danesh Jayatilaka / Rajith W.D. Lakshman -- 7.Social disorganisation and neighbourhood effects in Latin America: insights and limitations / Rodolfo Calderon Umana -- 8.Urban poverty and institutions in Venezuela / Enrique Desmond Arias / Ximena Tocornal Montt -- 9.Understanding Cote d'Ivoire's "Microbes": the political economy of a youth gang / Roberto Briceno-Leon -- 10.Preventing violence in Cape Town: the public-health approach / Francis Akindes -- Conclusion: New perspectives on lasting solutions / Sam Lloyd / Richard Matzopoulos.
- 9780815368397 (hardcover) and 0815368399 (hardcover)
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- Includes bibliographical references and index.
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