Towns and villages in Canada: The importance of being unimportant

By: Hodge, Gerald

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0409837024 250 pages including index. Chapters include: 1. Towns and Villages in Urban Canada 2. The Persistence of Small Towns 3. Town and Village Economies 4. Regional Relations of Small Towns 5. The Social Structure of Towns and Villages 6. Life in Towns and Villages 7. Housing and Land Use Patterns 8. Community Needs 9. Planning Approaches to Small Towns 10. Towards a Viable Future for Small Towns. This book grew from a 1978 study bearing the same title which was prepared for the government of Canada. Authors are professors at the School of Urban and Regional Planning at Queen's University at Kingston. Clean, tight and unmarked with light wear. Quality copy.

Title: Towns and villages in Canada: The importance of being unimportant

Author Name: Hodge, Gerald

Categories: Text,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Toronto, ON, Canada, Butterworths: 1983

ISBN Number: 0409837024

ISBN Number 13: 9780409837025

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: Very Good

Seller ID: 613A0074

Keywords: Towns and Villages in Canada: The Importance of Being Unimportant Cities and Towns Rural Conditions Sociology Rural,