Housing the Poor in the Developing World: Methods of Analysis, Case Studies, and Policy

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1.1 Modes of enquiry and analysis: Hammond’s cognitive continuum 6
2.1 Plan of a housing colony in Indiranagar, Lucknow 22
2.2 Plan of a typical house as altered and extended by the residents, Indiranagar 27
2.3 Plan of a corner house as altered and extended by the residents, Indiranagar 28
2.4 Plan of a traditional courtyard dwelling, Lucknow 30
2.5 Layout plan of a sector in the housing colony, Indiranagar 31
3.1 Culture changes in tandem with the built environment 43
3.2 Tracing the changes over time 44
3.3 Identifying the characteristics of traditional, changed and new environments 46
3.4 Identifying the characteristics of environments ranging from traditional to modern 47
3.5 Elements of the culture core and corresponding physical elements 49
3.6 Environmental quality profiles from different perspectives 50
3.7 Extent to which traditional urban forms may be helpful for modern urban development 51
3.8 Mmabatho (Mafikeng) divided into each type of environment found in Figure 3.4 54
4.1 The development of a core area in George, 1969-89 71
4.2 Detailed land use maps, George, 1969-89 72
4.3 Open space accessible to the public and playing children, George, 1969-89 73
4.4 Cultivated land, George, 1969-89 74

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