By Tarik A. Fathy
SynopsisFathy examines the growth of the information society and the impact of its technologies on city form and urban life. He establishes a theoretical framework that integrates the consequences of technology on the physical city, the dynamics of its economic activities and location decisions, and its social processes. The main concern of this study is the relationship between socioeconomic forces of social change and the physical transformation process of the existing city in Western countries.
- New York