2 edition of Urban conditions in Africa found in the catalog.
Urban conditions in Africa
Jean Louis LГ©opold Comhaire
by Published for the Institute of Colonial Studies by Oxford University Press in London
Written in English
|LC Classifications||Z3501 .C65 1952|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||48|
|LC Control Number||53016174|
The living conditions are better. Urban living is economically more stable and luxurious. Due to people preferring this kind of living, urban areas are densely populated. Excessive industrialization has invited environmental problems. The rise in economic growth has led to . In this groundbreaking book, Garth Myers uses African urban concepts and experiences to speak back to theoretical and practical concerns. He argues for a re-visioning - a seeing again, and a revising - of how cities in Africa are discussed and written about in both urban studies and African studies.
manifest in her superb review article on African urban history for the African Studies Review. Indeed, had she completed her proposed two-volume study of African cities, this book would have had far less justiﬁcation. I would like to thank also two distinguished urban schol-ars in South Africa, Alan Mabin and Sue Parnell, for wading through. This is a list of the largest urban agglomerations in Africa. Figures are from the United Nations World Urbanization Prospects report, as well as from Figures for administrative areas are also given. City Country Administrative area according to local national census authorities.
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African cities grew rapidly since the midth century, in part due to rising rural migration and rapid internal demographic growth that followed the independence in most African countries.
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From cities to the countryside, Africa has undergone a dramatic transformation in living conditions over the past 15 years, according to a new study. But. Urban centers in precolonial Africa were relatively rare and small in population, but their importance in politics, economics, and culture vastly outweighed those limitations.
“This book by Catherine Coquery-Vidrovitch is an English translation of a work originally published in French in that synthesizes a considerable amount of material. The uneven condition of infrastructure and services in urban Africa dates back to colonial times. Although many post-colonial governments promised universal access to public water supplies and sanitation systems , this egalitarian promise has remained largely unfulfilled, with significant implications for the risks faced by urban residents.
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