Urban Politics Books
Welcome to the Pearson Education Urban Politics area.
Industry developments change rapidly as a result of new technology, new regulations and new competitors. Don't get left behind. Browse this area for key titles!
- View All Titles
This dynamic new text examines state and local government through the prism of the struggle for power within institutions. The authors — both scholars and elected officials — give stude...
This popular text has been thoroughly updated and revised to sharpen the focus on its “bias and change” theme, include the latest data/studies informing the field, and cover important new topics...
Bringing together a selection of readings that represent some of the most important trends and topics in urban scholarship today, American Urban Politics provides historical context and contemporar...
For introductory courses in Urban Politics in Departments of Political Science, Urban Studies, Sociology, Geography, Urbanization, Urban Affairs, and Urban Problems.Balanced and non-j...
For undergraduate/graduate level courses in Bureaucracy, Public Policy, Public Administration, Urban Studies, State and Local Government, and American Government.This concise, readabl...
This engaging, up-to-date collection of original essays focuses on the continuing struggle for minorities to gain political power in American cities. The essays included in this book...
For introductory and advanced courses in Urban Politics, Metropolitan Politics, Urban Planning, Urban Affairs, and Local Government.Unlike other texts, which merely acknowledge (but n...
Sure to grab student interest and engage them in course material, this unique new urban politics reader is a collection of primary and secondary sources designed to give students a first-hand, “...