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Challenges to Urbanity in Contemporary Mediterranean Metropolises: New Urban Forms, Dynamics, Boundaries and Tensions

Abstract

Mediterranean cities, in their diversity, are complex entities and can't be reduced to a static category or type. But with the present globalization, boundaries between Mediterranean city regions and their hinterlands, or even the world, as well as internal boundaries within cities have been redefined once again, a phenomenon that invites reflections on the possible value of the Mediterranean as a spatial model for the understanding of contemporary global interactions
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hal-00824195 , version 1 (22-05-2013)

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Denis Bocquet. Challenges to Urbanity in Contemporary Mediterranean Metropolises: New Urban Forms, Dynamics, Boundaries and Tensions. New Geographies, 2013, The Mediterranean; Antonio Petrov ed., 5 pp.235-244. ⟨hal-00824195⟩
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