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Abu‐Lughod, J.L. 1980: Rabat: urban apartheid in Morocco.
Western, J. 1982: Outcast Cape Town.
Clavel, P., Forester, J. and Goldsmith, W.W. editors, 1980: Urban and regional planning in an age of austerity.
Fischer, S. 1982: To dwell among friends.
Fraser, D. editor, 1982: Municipal reform and the industrial city.
Gregory, D. 1982: Regional transformation and industrial revolution. A geography of the Yorkshire woollen industry.
Hudson, R. and Lewis, J. editors, 1982: Regional planning in Europe.
Marris, P. 1982: Community planning and conceptions of change.
Paris, C. editor, 1982: Critical readings in planning theory.
Portes, A. and Walton, J. 1981: Labour, class and the international system.
Roussopoulos, D. editor, 1982: The city and radical social change.
Solomos, J. editor, 1982: Migrant workers in metropolitan cities.
Stave, B.M. editor, 1982: Modern industrial cities: history, policy and survival.
Sutcliffe, A. 1981: Towards the planned city: Germany, Britain, United States and France, 1780–1914.
Teymur, N. 1982: Environmental discourse.
Thomas, D., Minett, J., Hopkins, S., Hamnett, S., Faludi, A. and Barrell, D. 1982: Flexibility and commitment in planning.
Young, K. and Garside, P.L. 1982: Metropolitan London: politics and urban change 1837–1981.