Urban geography : an analytical approach / Martin Cadwallader.Material type: TextPublisher: Upper Saddle River, N.J. : Prentice Hall, c1996Description: ix, 406 p. : ill., maps ; 25 cm.ISBN: 0133416372; 9780133416374.Subject(s): Urban geography -- Methodology | Urban geography -- Mathematical modelsDDC classification: 307.76 Online resources: WorldCat details
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 373-399) and index.
Table of contents This book is intended for the use of students in geography courses, although it will also be of interest to students of urban planning, urban economics and urban sociology. Urban geography. Political economy. Residential differentiation. Contemporary debates. The model-building approach. The scientific method. Models. The process of model building. Problems of urban definition. Patterns of land use and land value. Agricultural land use theory. Urban land use and land value theory. Relaxing the assumptions. Empirical testing. Urban sprawl. Multivariate land value and housing models. Urban housing market. Multivariate housing value models. Causal models of housing quality and size. Urban retail structure and population density patterns. Spatial organization of shopping centers. Urban social areas. Residential segregation. Classical models. Social area analysis. Factorial ecology. Urban industrial structure. Industrial location. The location of industry within cities. The economic base concept. Input-output analysis. The city of the mind. The behavioral environment. Cognitive maps. Designative and appraisive perceptions. Movement patterns within cities. Traffic forecasting models. The gravity model approach. The revealed preference approach. The behavioral approach. Dynamic models of consumer behavior. Residential mobility. Housing patterns, social patterns. The decision-making process in residential mobility. The decision to move. The search for alternatives. Neighborhood evaluation and choice. The system of cities. Urbanization curves and city size distributions. Urban growth. Intermetropolitan housing value differentials. Patterns of migration. Interregional migration. Urban planning. State intervention. The planning process. Urban deprivation. Possible urban spatial plans.