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Framing Places. Mediating power in built form:

Framing Places. Mediating power in built form: Book Reviews perceived as the ancient cycles of Quartz, a series of inter-linked essays backwardness were typically modern where the sum of the parts was greater structures of formal or informal imperia- than the whole, has a pale reflection lism (p. ).’ The incorporation in the here. This book peters out. There is world market, however, took the form some way to go in the analysis and Davies of a commercialisation that ‘went hand refrains from pointing out any way in hand with pauperisation without any forward. However, it is not easy to silver lining of technical change or grumble these days about a hardback agrarian capitalism’ (p. ). for only £. and it is perhaps snitty There is much of value in this book and churlish to blame Davies for not but it lacks an adequate structure. The being the peerless writer he was in City form that served Davies so well in City of of Quartz. Ian Bentley Urban Transformations. Power, people and urban design Routledge, London, 1999, pp. 240 ISBN 0-415-12823-4 (hbk) £67.14 Kim Dovey Routledge, London, 1999, pp. 240 ISBN 0-415-17367-1 (hbk) £50.00 ISBN 0-415-17368-X (pbk) £18.99 Reviewed by Rob Atkinson These two books are http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Capital and Class SAGE

Framing Places. Mediating power in built form:

Capital and Class , Volume 26 (2): 5 – Sep 11, 2016

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Copyright © 2019 by The Conference of Socialist Economists Ltd
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Book Reviews perceived as the ancient cycles of Quartz, a series of inter-linked essays backwardness were typically modern where the sum of the parts was greater structures of formal or informal imperia- than the whole, has a pale reflection lism (p. ).’ The incorporation in the here. This book peters out. There is world market, however, took the form some way to go in the analysis and Davies of a commercialisation that ‘went hand refrains from pointing out any way in hand with pauperisation without any forward. However, it is not easy to silver lining of technical change or grumble these days about a hardback agrarian capitalism’ (p. ). for only £. and it is perhaps snitty There is much of value in this book and churlish to blame Davies for not but it lacks an adequate structure. The being the peerless writer he was in City form that served Davies so well in City of of Quartz. Ian Bentley Urban Transformations. Power, people and urban design Routledge, London, 1999, pp. 240 ISBN 0-415-12823-4 (hbk) £67.14 Kim Dovey Routledge, London, 1999, pp. 240 ISBN 0-415-17367-1 (hbk) £50.00 ISBN 0-415-17368-X (pbk) £18.99 Reviewed by Rob Atkinson These two books are

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