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Community attitudes to waterfront change in Canadian port cities

Community attitudes to waterfront change in Canadian port cities
Community attitudes to waterfront change in Canadian port cities
This paper is a preliminary, working report on research designed to apply an established method of enquiry in an innovative way to a range of community groups in a series of contrasted Canadian port cities. Community groups are a critical element in Canadian society in general, and in the process of urban waterfront change. Building on earlier work on other 'actors' such as port authorities, urban planners and real-estate developers, this report explores the attitudes and influence of such groups, based on structured tape-recorded interviews. Fieldwork centred on five selected, contrasted port cities in Canada. Preliminary conclusions are identified. Further analysis of the material is expected to lead to publications in refereed journals.
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University of Southampton
Hoyle, Brian
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Hoyle, Brian
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Hoyle, Brian (1997) Community attitudes to waterfront change in Canadian port cities (Department of Geography Discussion papers, 41) Southampton, GB. University of Southampton 60pp.

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This paper is a preliminary, working report on research designed to apply an established method of enquiry in an innovative way to a range of community groups in a series of contrasted Canadian port cities. Community groups are a critical element in Canadian society in general, and in the process of urban waterfront change. Building on earlier work on other 'actors' such as port authorities, urban planners and real-estate developers, this report explores the attitudes and influence of such groups, based on structured tape-recorded interviews. Fieldwork centred on five selected, contrasted port cities in Canada. Preliminary conclusions are identified. Further analysis of the material is expected to lead to publications in refereed journals.

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Published date: 1997
Organisations: Geography & Environment

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Local EPrints ID: 362432
URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/362432
ISSN: 0140-9875
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Last modified: 18 Jul 2017 02:52

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Author: Brian Hoyle

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