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The Crowd in Contemporary Britain Paperback – 18 Jun 1987


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`there is much of interest in this book, especially for policy-makers and practitioners. Moreover, a noteworthy feature, for which the editors are to be congratulated, is the way the essays link informatively together... The wealth of evidence assembled reflect the importance of this field of study... the essays in this book represent a blend of theory and empirical research which is to be valued in such a difficult and important area' - Reviewing Sociology

`provides a useful contribution to the growing literature on this subject, and raises questions that could be usefully approached in future research' - International Journal of Urban and Regional Research

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