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Open and Closed Design

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Spatial Data Science for an Enhanced Understanding of Urban Dynamics NEW!

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The Spatial Dimensions of Inequality

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The State of Current Knowledge about Cities and Toleration

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Tolerance and Intolerance of Extralegal Habitation

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Unhappiness and Urban Decline NEW!

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Urban Cleansing: Evictions, Insecurity, and Intolerance in Global Perspective

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Urban Design and Inequality: The Case of Urban Villages in China’s Megacities

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Urban Planning and Community Data Collection Efforts in the Developing World: Data as a Facilitator NEW!

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Youth, the City, and Public Interventions: Challenging Patterns of Inequality and Separation

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