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Habitat: Human Settlements in an Urban Age discusses the man-made environment and its physical setting, focusing on the urban slums of the world and rural hinterlands that caused the slums. Each chapter of this book deals with a specific issue, and the study of each issue is concluded with three questions—one answerable from the text, a second raising value questions for discussion, and a third extending the study beyond the documentation available in this text. Numerous maps, statistical charts, photographs, and end table of facts and figures are also provided to further assist in the investigation process. Topics elaborated in this text include the rural-urban system; urban frontier; rural stagnation; population; poor and rich; hazards of the environment; energy crisis; shelter for the urban millions; and planning for tomorrow. This publication is intended for secondary and tertiary students, but is also a good reference for individuals researching on the issues of habitat or human settlement.
The Issues of Habitat
Chapter One: Rural-Urban System
Chapter Two: Urban Frontier
Chapter Three: Rural Stagnation
Chapter Four: Bangladesh
Chapter Five: Population
Chapter Six: Poor and Rich
Chapter Seven: Life Support
Chapter Eight: Hazards of the Environment
Chapter Nine: Energy Crisis
Chapter Ten: Shelter for the Urban Millions
Chapter Eleven: Planning for Tomorrow
Chapter Twelve: The First Step
Some Facts and Figures
- No. of pages:
- © Pergamon 1978
- 1st January 1978
- eBook ISBN:
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