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- DescriptionA leading theorist in urban politics, Clarence Stone redefined the field with his prize-winning book Regime Politics and is w ackwledged as the father of regime analysis. Over the course of four decades, he has examined political power and leadership, race and politics, and the politics of social reform in urban settings through writings that have critiqued, debated, and recast large questions about democracy and inequality.This book collects ten classic articles and essays by Stone to create a succinct reader in urban politics. It encompasses theoretical work on urban political power; examinations of political leadership in community politics; considerations of race, class, and political power in Atlanta; and, writings on the politics of social reform and urban regeneration. These pieces provide a model for integrating empiricism with theory, offer Stone's own reflections on his theory, and demonstrate the evolution of his thought.The volume also features three new pieces. The editors' introduction provides an insightful assessment of the place of urban politics in political science and an overview of Stone's contributions to the field. Stone himself provides a brand new essay that paints a vision for a new urban agenda, using the regime concept as a base on which to build for the future. And Jennifer Hochschild's concluding chapter assesses Stone's work and lays out alternative perspectives, locating his scholarship within political science and pointing out its many strengths as well as some of its omissions.This collection reminds those interested in discourse about democracy, representation, inequality, justice, and power of the advantages that studying cities can bring to these important issues. It also serves to redirect urbanists to important foundational aspects of the urban regime framework and will stand as the legacy of the most influential theorist in his field.
- Author BiographyMarion Orr is Fred Lippitt Professor of Public Policy and professor of political science and urban studies at Brown University. His books include Black Social Capital: The Politics of School Reform in Baltimore and Transforming the City: Community Organizing and the Challenge of Political Change (see page 43). Valerie C. Johnson is associate professor of political science at DePaul University and author of Black Power in the Suburbs: The Myth or Reality of African-American Suburban Political Incorporation.
- PublisherUniversity Press of Kansas
- Date of Publication15/04/2008
- SubjectCurrent Affairs & Issues
- Place of PublicationKansas
- Country of PublicationUnited States
- ImprintUniversity Press of Kansas
- Weight540 g
- Width152 mm
- Height229 mm
- Spine24 mm
- Edited byMarion Orr,Valerie C. Johnson
- Foreword byDianne Pinderhughes
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