The March Issue of Urban Studies is now available online

18th Feb 2019

Volume 56 Issue 4 (March 2019) is now available online

Articles include:

Urban megaprojects, nation-state politics and regulatory capitalism in Central and Eastern Europe: The Belgrade Waterfront project by Monika Grubbauer and Nebojša ńĆamprag
Power relations and modes of governance in urban development politics in Belgrade and Serbia: The Belgrade Waterfront project.

 

The value of Twitter data for determining the emotional responses of people to urban green spaces: A case study and critical evaluation by Helen Roberts, Jon Sadler and Lee Chapman

Investigating the spatial and temporal variation of the emotions experienced by individuals whilst using urban green spaces.

 

The manipulations of time: On the temporal embeddedness of urban insecurity by Daniel E Agbiboa

Marginality as a resource to articulate and manage uncertainty: on the lives of danfo operators.

 

Read the full table of contents here.

 

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