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Series cover: Research in Urban Sociology

Research in Urban Sociology

ISSN: 1047-0042

Editor: Professor Ray Hutchison
Subject: Sociology and Public Policy (view other series in this subject area) 
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Research in Urban Sociology (RUS) addresses key themes within urban sociology, including but not limited to: ethnic and minority groups within the city; social network of urban residents; location of retail and industrial activities within the metropolitan complex; suburban lifestyles and the core question of community integration itself.

The series is edited by Professor Ray Hutchison, Chair-Elect of the (CUSS).

Are you researching: Urban Surveillance? Urban Ethnographies? Migration and Cities? Urban Peripheries? Urban Regeneration and Gentrification? Social Exclusion? Contested Cities?
We'd like to hear from you. Submit your volume proposal to: [email protected]

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Past Volumes

, Volume 14

Urban Megaprojects: A Worldwide View, Volume 13

, Volume 12

Editorial Contact Details

Series Editor
Ray Hutchison
University of Wisconsin Green Bay
[email protected]     

Publisher
Jen McCall
[email protected]

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