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A third world proletariat? / Peter Lloyd.


London ; Boston : G. Allen and Unwin, 1982.
ISBN 0043011411, 0043011403, 9780043011409

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Subjects Cities and towns -- Developing countries.
Cities and towns.
City planning -- Developing countries.
Classes sociales.
Developing countries -- Cities and towns.
Developing countries.
Entwicklungsländer.
Pauvres.
Pays en développement.
Politische Soziologie.
Poor -- Developing countries.
Poor.
Proletariaat.
Proletariat.
Prolétariat.
Sociologie urbaine.
Steden.
Villes -- Pays en voie de développement.
Series Controversies in sociology ; 11.
Description 139 pages ; 23 cm.
Copyright Date 1982.
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 126-134) and index.
Summary The countries of the Third World are increasingly being drawn into the economic orbit of the Western World. Their manufacturing sectors are developing, often quite rapidly; so too are their public service sectors. Their metropolitian cities are growing at phenomenal rates. But two thirds of the population of these cities may be described as the 'urban poor'
Geographic Area Developing countries
Network Numbers (OCoLC)7837227
(OCoLC)ocm07837227
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WorldCat Identities Lloyd, Peter Cutt.
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