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I hope to have shown that the observation tools provided by official statistics, largely based on punctual plotting of individuals and organizations on space, fail to account for a wide range of components of the new urban phenomenon. It is an experiment still too limited to give more than suggestions, but these are powerful and stimulating, both because many commonplaces about the new technologies are put to a severe and critical test, and because it opens up theoretical possibilities to be explored seriously by urban scholars. The idea that the city is dying is not new and it has surfaced periodically ever since the urban form made its appearance.

Equally important, it has become the industry of moving images and messages, particularly because the relation between the shifting messages and local cultural identity is increasingly crucial. Precisely because global competition is becoming so generalised, localities need to offer some particular item, both in terms of symbolic identity of places and products or the juvenile hideout of Mark Twain, etc. It has been published in a revised version under the title 'Four Populations: Human Settlements and Social Morphology in Contemporary Metropolis' by the Academia Europaea in the The facts and opinions expressed in this series are those of the authors and do not engage the responsibility of UNESCO.

The recent crisis of Eurodisney is a not irrelevant sign of the resistances that are met by the diffusion of the new type of metropolis in a situation like the European one where traditional urbanization is still firmly settled on the territory. It is fairly certain that the cost of any information unit transmitted will rapidly decrease, and will probably continue to do so in the foreseeable future. An educated guess would assess it as being fairly varied and including out-of-town youth on evenings and week-ends, middle class tourists and shoppers of all ages, and special groups like football fans or concert and exhibition-goers. All in all, then, traditional class cleavages and solidarities, while by all means still existing and perceivable, give way to new cleavages and group realignments.

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    The New Chinese City: Globalization and Market Reform (Studies in Urban and Social Change), John R. Logan

    It is not surprising that at the beginning of 1990 the Mayor of West Berlin declared that he was not worried about disposing of have given substance to the famous prophecy of Marx and Engels that the Chinese wall would be destroyed by "the heavy artillery of the soft prices of merchandise" The size of this population is growing, but it is difficult to assess precisely because all our collective cognitive apparatus is geared to a traditional city that is undergoing a profound mutation and statistics still deal mainly with If we want to perceive these new trends systematically we have to look to entirely new sources of information. This process is well-known in American cities under the heading of "redistricting", and it is likely to become increasingly stronger even on the European continent. On this point see John FRIEDMANN and Goetz WOLFF, "World City Formation: An Agenda for Research and Action", University of California Press, Berkeley and Los Angeles 1987, although a good deal of my reasoning seems to go in the same direction.

    I call largely based on a functional urban system (FUR) or daily urban system (DUS), or commuting basins, and is embodied in the concept of This new pattern introduced great changes in the organization of cities, but it was not totally disruptive to their original structures. Montpellier, but, more importantly, those engaging in the experiments were not the isolated and marginal individuals expected who became marginal even in the telephone network. Today, however, a new dramatic dimension has been added to this relation through the speed in which, physically or experientially, different points in the matrix of places can be connected with different points in the matrix of persons, social units, and events.

    The strength of the industrial urban proletariat was to a large degree, as has been noted repeatedly since Marx, a function of its territorial organization. In particular, commercial and leisure areas of the city are affected with increasingly profound impacts on the global social structure of the city. Simple evidence of this lies in the fact that the great majority of statistics about cities are based on On the other hand, it seems quite evident that the new form of urban morphology is largely the product of the progressive differentiation of several populations gravitating around metropolitan centres. Contrary to the kind of theoretical assumptions we need in order to analyse it is possible to talk about populations without any strong assumption about their collective rationality.