Gentrification Tutte Le Citt Come Disneyland

Autore: Giovanni Semi
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ISBN: 9788815258038
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Tourism And Gentrification In Contemporary Metropolises

Autore: Maria Gravari-Barbas
Editore: Routledge
ISBN: 1317244974
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Tourism gentrification is a critical shaping force of socio-economic and contemporary urban landscapes. This book aims to be the first substantive text on this subject, explaining the multiple and complex relationships between tourism and gentrification and their outcomes and manifestations in contemporary metropolises. This is achieved by drawing on in-depth case analyses addressing the different issues at stake. Part I deals with the manifestations of tourism gentrification and the ways it affects urban landscapes through heritagization and urban regeneration strategies. Part II looks at the correlations between tourism gentrification and culture. Finally, the last two parts aim to identify and examine forms and expressions of tourism gentrification, distinguishing among the actors, beneficiaries, and victims of the phenomenon while looking at its implications for intra-metropolitan territories and metropolitan governance. The book approaches these issues in an innovative way, by looking at a variety of metropolises in a diverse range of countries and by dealing with the different relations and management issues generated by gentrification in relation to tourism. Through interdisciplinary approaches, this groundbreaking text sheds light on the role tourism plays in contemporary metropolises, furthering knowledge of urban tourism. For these reasons, it will be of particular interest to scholars and students of tourism, urban studies, geography, anthropology and sociology.

Felicit D Italia

Autore: Piero Bevilacqua
Editore: Gius.Laterza & Figli Spa
ISBN: 8858128575
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Che cosa sono le felicità d'Italia? La musica, il cibo, la biodiversità agricola, il paesaggio, la tradizione artistica e culturale. Ovvero tutto ciò che rende il nostro Paese e i suoi costumi speciali agli occhi degli stranieri che vengono a visitarlo o di quelli che ne apprezzano e adottano lo stile di vita. Ma perché queste 'felicità' hanno avuto origine proprio qui? Come mai la Penisola possiede una eredità tanto ricca e varia di questi tesori? Carlo Cattaneo sosteneva che la cultura e la felicità dei popoli non dipendano tanto dai mutamenti della 'superficie politica' quanto dall'influsso di alcune 'istituzioni' che agiscono inosservate nel fondo delle società. Sono creazioni del popolo (norme consuetudinarie, strutture organizzative, tradizioni culturali) che sono state elaborate dal basso e che contano più delle scelte dei governi per il progresso dell'umanità. Il libro racconta la storia di quattro di queste 'felicità': l'alimentazione, dipendente dall'originalità storica e geografica dell'agricoltura italiana; le città, con il loro patrimonio di bellezza, che per secoli hanno costituito la forma più alta di organizzazione della vita sociale; la musica e la canzone napoletana, esempi della creazione di un immaginario poetico da parte di un popolo; la tradizione cooperativa, che ha dato un'impronta di egualitarismo sociale e di avanzato civismo.

San Marcellino Senza Dimora Nella Citt In Trasformazione

Autore: AA. VV.
Editore: FrancoAngeli
ISBN: 8891748374
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Milano 2016 Rapporto Sulla Citt Idee Cultura Immaginazione E La Citt Metropolitana Decolla

Autore: Ambrosianeum Fondazione Culturale
Editore: FrancoAngeli
ISBN: 8891739332
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Gentrification

Autore: Loretta Lees
Editore: Routledge
ISBN: 1135930252
Grandezza: 74,20 MB
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This first textbook on the topic of gentrification is written for upper-level undergraduates in geography, sociology, and planning. The gentrification of urban areas has accelerated across the globe to become a central engine of urban development, and it is a topic that has attracted a great deal of interest in both academia and the popular press. Gentrification presents major theoretical ideas and concepts with case studies, and summaries of the ideas in the book as well as offering ideas for future research.

If Venice Dies

Autore: Salvatore Settis
Editore: New Vessel Press
ISBN: 193993138X
Grandezza: 53,45 MB
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“A chilling account of the slow agony of Venice as illustrative of a global consumerist epidemic. Richly documented and imbued with deep angst about this supreme urban creation."—Philippe de Montebello, former director of the Metropolitan Museum of Art What is Venice worth? To whom does this urban treasure belong? This eloquent book by internationally renowned art historian Salvatore Settis urgently poses these questions, igniting a new debate about the Pearl of the Adriatic and cultural patrimony at large. Venetians are increasingly abandoning their hometown—there's now only one resident for every 140 visitors—and Venice's fragile fate has become emblematic of the future of historic cities everywhere as it capitulates to tourists and those who profit from them. In If Venice Dies, a fiery blend of history and cultural analysis, Settis argues that "hit-and-run" visitors are turning landmark urban settings into shopping malls and theme parks. This is a passionate plea to secure the soul of Venice, written with consummate authority, wide-ranging erudition and élan. Salvatore Settis is an archaeologist and art historian and former director of the Getty Research Institute of Los Angeles and the Scuola Normale Superiore of Pisa. He is chairman of the Louvre Museum's Scientific Council., Settis, often considered the conscience of Italy for his role in spotlighting its neglect of national heritage, is the author of several books on art history.

Big World Small Planet

Autore: Johan Rockstrom
Editore: Yale University Press
ISBN: 0300218362
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Fantasy City

Autore: John Hannigan
Editore: Routledge
ISBN: 1134747012
Grandezza: 66,32 MB
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Fantasy City analyses the post-industrialist city as a site of entertainment. By discussing examples from a wide variety of venues, including casinos, malls, heritage developments and theme parks, Hannigan questions urban entertainments economic foundations and historical background. He asks whether such areas of fantasy destroy communities or instead create new groupings of shared identities and experiences. The book is written in a student friendly way with boxed case studies for class discussion.

Evicted From Eternity

Autore: Michael Herzfeld
Editore: University of Chicago Press
ISBN: 0226329070
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Modern Rome is a city rife with contradictions. Once the seat of ancient glory, it is now often the object of national contempt. It plays a significant part on the world stage, but the concerns of its residents are often deeply parochial. And while they live in the seat of a world religion, Romans can be vehemently anticlerical. These tensions between the past and the present, the global and the local, make Rome fertile ground to study urban social life, the construction of the past, the role of religion in daily life, and how a capital city relates to the rest of the nation. Michael Herzfeld focuses on Rome’s historic Monti district and the wrenching dislocation caused by rapid economical, political, and social change. Evicted from Eternity tells the story of the gentrification of Monti—once the architecturally stunning home of a community of artisans and shopkeepers now displaced by an invasion of rapacious real estate speculators, corrupt officials, dithering politicians, deceptive clerics, and shady thugs. As Herzfeld picks apart the messy story of Monti’s transformation, he ranges widely over many aspects of life there and in the rest of the city, richly depicting the uniquely local landscape of globalization in Rome.