Index of urban studies articles

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"Urban Studies" redirects here. For the academic journal, see Urban Studies (journal).

Urban studies is the diverse range of disciplines and approaches to the study of all aspects of cities, their suburbs, and other urban areas. This includes among others: urban economics, urban planning, urban ecology, urban transportation systems, urban politics, sociology and urban social relations. This can be contrasted with the study of rural areas and rural lifestyles.

A[edit]

architecture - arcology - allotment (gardening) - Automobile dependency - autonomous building

B[edit]

Bat-Yam International Biennale of Landscape Urbanism - Beijing Planning Exhibition Hall - Biennial of Towns and Town Planners in Europe - bicycle-friendly - built environment

C[edit]

car-free zone - car-pool lane - Central business district - city - City limits - community - community currency - community emergency response team - commuting - Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat - congestion charge - consumerism - co-housing - cultural diversity - cultural activities

D[edit]

{Defining and Developing A City}

E[edit]

eco-industrial park - eco-village - ecological health - ecological footprint - ecological sanitation - ecology - economies of agglomeration - education - electricity generation - energy - environmental health - environmental studies - externality

F[edit]

farmers market - flash mob

G[edit]

- gentrification - Global city - Grand Paris

H[edit]

haram - hard energy - Hudson's village model - human development theory

I[edit]

infrastructural capital - industrial ecology - industry development - International Central business district

J[edit]

Template:Jails Within Urban Areas juvenile justice

K[edit]

L[edit]

land ethic - landscape architecture - Larger Urban Zones

M[edit]

mass transit - Metropolitan Central business district - Moscow Urban Forum - Museums - Music

N[edit]

National Boulevard - National Square - neighborhood - Neighbourhood character - New pedestrianism - New urbanism

O[edit]

Template:Occupations in Urban Areas out sourcing over crowded schools [[]]

P[edit]

pedestrian-friendly - pedestrian overpass - pedestrian underpass - personal rapid transit - Place - Place identity - Placemaking - planned cities - political economy - productivism - Public space - public transport - Principles of Intelligent Urbanism

Q[edit]

quantitative development

R[edit]

Radical planning - respiratory health - recycling - redlining - Regional planning - regenerative development - regenerative finance - rural -races, ethnic groups

S[edit]

schools - Secondary Central business district - service economy - seven-generation sustainability - sewage system - Shanghai Urban Planning Exhibition Center - shared space - Shenzhen & Hong Kong Bi‐City Biennale of Urbanism\Architecture - shift-share - smog - Sociology - soft energy - Specialized city - street reclaiming - suburban - suburban colonization

T[edit]

traffic calming - toll bridge - toll road - terrorism - transit-oriented development

U[edit]

urbanization - urban agriculture - urban anthropology - urban area - Urban Balcony - urban car - urban culture - urban decay - urban debt - urban design - urban ecology - urban exploration - Urban forest - Urban forestry - urban geography - urban history - Urban Land Institute - urban outdoorsman - urban planner - urban planning - Urban planning in ancient China - Urban planning in ancient Egypt - Urban planning in communist countries - urban primacy - Urban reforestation - urban renewal - Urban salon - urban secession - urban sociology - Urban space - urban sprawl - Urban Room - urban tribe - urban wilderness - urbicide - unemployment - urbanomics

V[edit]

Violence vigilante groups

W[edit]

waste economy - Welthauptstadt Germania - white flight - World Planners Congress

X[edit]

Y[edit]

Z[edit]

zoning

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See also[edit]

  • ABCD Region: An industrial region made up of seven municipalities with the greater metropolitan area of São Paulo, Brazil

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