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More than simply examining the new geographical patterns forming within and between cities, this fourth edition of Urban Geographyalso investigates the way geographers have sought to make sense of this urban transformation. The text critically synthesize key literatures in the following areas: the urban world urban form and structure economy and the city urban politics planning, regeneration and urban policy cities and culture architecture and urban landscapes images of the city experiencing the city housing and residential segregation transport and mobility in cities sustainability and the city. Hall and Barrett's extensively revised fourth edition combines the topicality and accessibility of previous editions with new material extending its range of coverage across the field. It features enhanced pedagogy including boxed case studies and discussion points, end of chapter essay and project questions, annotated reading lists and a range of new illustrations and tables. An important volume, written in an engaging, student friendly style, this is an essential read for students and scholars of urban geography.