City at the Point : essays on the social history of Pittsburgh
|Format:||Print Book 1989|
|Availability:||Available at 14 Libraries 18 of 19 copies|
An overview of scholarly research, both published and previously unpublished, on the history of a city that has often served as a case study for measuring social change. It synthesizes the literature and assesses how that knowledge relates to our broader understanding of the processes of urbanization and urbanism.
This book is especially useful for undergraduate and graduate courses on environmental politics and policy making, or as a supplement for courses on public policy making generally.
|Series||Pittsburgh series in social and labor history.|
Pittsburgh (Pa.) -- Social conditions -- Congresses.
|Publisher|| Pittsburgh, Pa. :University of Pittsburgh Press,1989
Hays, Samuel P.
xvi, 473 pages, 12 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations ; 25 cm.
Bibliography: pages 441-457.