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Urban studies

Urban studies is the term for a diverse range of disciplines and approaches to the study of all aspects of cities, their suburbs, and other urban areas. This includes among others: urban economics, urban planning, urban ecology, urban transportation systems, urban politics, sociology and urban social relations. This can be contrasted with the study of rural areas and rural lifestyles.

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architecture - arcology - allotment (gardening) - Automobile dependency - autonomous building


Bat-Yam International Biennale of Landscape Urbanism - Beijing Planning Exhibition Hall - Biennial of Towns and Town Planners in Europe - bicycle-friendly - built environment


car-free zone - car-pool lane - Central business district - city - City limits - community - community currency - community emergency response team - commuting - Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat - congestion charge - consumerism - co-housing - cultural diversity - cultural activities


{Defining and Developing A City}


ecological health - economies of agglomeration - ecological footprint - Eco-industrial park - Ecological sanitation - eco-village - education - electricity generation - energy - environmental health - environmental studies - externality


farmers market - flash mob


- gentrification - Global city - Grand Paris


haram - hard energy - Hudson's village model - human development theory


infrastructural capital - industrial ecology - industry development - International Central business district


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land ethic - landscape architecture - Larger Urban Zones


mass transit - Metropolitan Central business district - Moscow Urban Forum - Museums - Music


National Boulevard - National Square - neighborhood - Neighbourhood character - New pedestrianism - New urbanism


Template:Occupations in Urban Areas out sourcing over crowded schools


pedestrian-friendly - pedestrian overpass - pedestrian underpass - personal rapid transit - Place - Place identity - Placemaking - planned cities - political economy - productivism - Public space - public transport - Principles of Intelligent Urbanism


quantitative development


Radical planning - respiratory health - recycling - redlining - Regional planning - regenerative development - regenerative finance - rural -races, ethnic groups


schools - Secondary Central business district - service economy - seven-generation sustainability - sewage system - Shanghai Urban Planning Exhibition Center - shared space - Shenzhen & Hong Kong Bi‐City Biennale of Urbanism\Architecture - shift-share - smog - Sociology - soft energy - Specialized city - street reclaiming - suburban - suburban colonization


traffic calming - toll bridge - toll road - terrorism - transit-oriented development


urbanization - urban agriculture - urban anthropology - urban livelihoods - Urban Balcony - urban car - urban culture - urban decay - urban debt - urban design - urban ecology - urban exploration - Urban forest - Urban forestry - urban geography - urban history - Urban Land Institute - urban outdoorsman - urban planner - urban planning - Urban planning in ancient China - Urban planning in ancient Egypt - Urban planning in communist countries - urban primacy - Urban reforestation - urban renewal - Urban salon - urban secession - urban sociology - Urban space - urban sprawl - Urban Room - urban tribe - urban wilderness - urbicide - unemployment - urbanomics


Violence vigilante groups


waste economy - Welthauptstadt Germania - white flight - World Planners Congress





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