Fragmenting Societies? A Comparative Analysis of Regional and Urban Development


Through a comparative analysis of Australia, New Zealand and Britain Thorns examines changes in work patterns, the growth of individualism, regional and local diversity and the creation of new social formations and the responses of states through the restructuring of welfare. Broad in scope and penetrating in analysis this book makes a notable contribution to the debate on global restructuring.


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