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Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group

Volume 40, Number 4, 21 April 2019

Gentrification as space domestication. The High Line Art case
pp. 529-554(26)
Authors: Sacco; Tartari; Ferilli; Tavano Blessi

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Engaging with “urban science”
pp. 555-564(10)
Authors: Derudder; van Meeteren

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Gentrification in Porto: floating city users and internationally-driven urban change
pp. 565-572(8)
Authors: Carvalho; Chamusca; Fernandes; Pinto

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City power: urban governance in a global age
pp. 583-585(3)
Author: Rivero

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Planetary gentrification (urban futures)
pp. 585-587(3)
Author: Can

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