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Urban Inequalities

Ethnographically Informed Reflections

Italo Pardo (Hrsg.), Giuliana B. Prato (Hrsg.)

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This collection brings together leading thinkers on human beings in urban spaces and inequalities therein. The contributors eschew conceptual confusion between equality — of opportunity, of access, of the right to compete for whatever goal one chooses to pursue — and levelling. The discussions develop in the belief that old and emerging forms of inequality in urban settings need to be understood in depth, as does the machinery that, as masterfully elucidated by Hannah Arendt, operates behind oppression to sustain power and inequality. Anthropologists and fellow ethnographically-committed social scientists examine socio-economic, cultural and political forms of urban inequality in different settings, helping to address comparatively these dynamics.

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gender, cities, SDG, employment, reduced inequalities, informal interaction, economic anthropology, heritage, inclusion and exclusion, sustainable development goal 10