Table of Contents
1 Rehumanizing The Dehumanized
I Housing In Context: Concepts, Language, Discourse
2 The Pathology of Housing Discourse
3 From Tudor Walters to Parker Morris: Prescription in Housing Design
4 Housing Problems and the Dangers of Certainty
II Housing As Context: Design, Space, Management
5 Against Enclosure
6 Utopia And Reality: The Utopia Of Public Housing and Its Reality at Broadwater Farm
7 A Call For Intensive Management: The UK Experience
8 Do Tenants Want to Manage The Problems?
9 Caretakingâ€”Who Cares?
III Housing As Ideology: Reality, Utopia, History
10 Technology and Social Needs
11 Utopia in Context: State, Class and The Restructuring of the Housing Market in the Twentieth Century
12 Design And History: Scholarship And Experience on Trial
13 Private Answers to Public Questions
14 Dystopian Aestheticsâ€”A Refusal From 'Nowhere'
- No. of pages: 204
- Language: English
- Copyright: © Butterworth-Heinemann 1988
- Published: February 9, 1988
- Imprint: Butterworth-Heinemann
- eBook ISBN: 9781483103471
About the Editors
Thomas A Markus
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