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Issue Volume 49 – Number 4 Published January 2024 Themes
Women and planningWomen and care givingWomen’s safetyGenderEmpowerment
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Number 4

Towards Women-Led Urbanism

This issue reflect focuses on future directions for research, policy and practice required to address today’s significant transformations affecting urban spaces, cities and hence women’s everyday living conditions. Women-led urbanism needs to be understood...
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IssueVolume 49 – Number 3PublishedSeptember 2023Themes
Home as a workplaceInformal housingInformal employmentGlobal SouthLive–work habitatNeighbourhood planningCOVID-19 pandemic
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Number 3

Homes that Work

Until the Covid-19 pandemic, home-based work was comparatively rare for people of the Global North, but commonplace in the Global South. Covid resulted in a sea change with huge implications in both North and South, but especially in the North. In this...
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IssueVolume 49 – Number 2PublishedJune 2023Themes
Integration of planning and public healthEquitable urban environmentsPeople-centred planningHealth and wellbeingHealth determinants
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Number 2

Urban Planning and Public Health

The papers in this issue highlight the need to integrate public health considerations into urban planning processes. With case studies form England, China and New Zealand, the contributors introduce innovative methodological strategies to better understand...
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IssueVolume 49 – Number 1PublishedApril 2023Themes
suburbsSub(urbanisms)BlandscapesBlendscapesBrutalscapesBrownfields
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Number 1

Suburbs: The 3Bs: Bland, Blend and Brutal Scapes

The contributors to this issue provide a rich and diverse interpretation of the concept of suburban bland, blend and brutalscapes within different national and metropolitan contexts. Together they reveal several common threads: the identity of suburbs...
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Volume 48 (2022)
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Ian Wray and Lucy Natajaran
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Olgu Çalışkan and Ebru Şevik
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Karina Landman and Christine Mady
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