Volume 13  Issue 3  September 1989


Sociotenurial polarization — issues of production and consumption in a locality

Class formation, conflict and housing policies

The crisis of fordism and the dimensions of a ‘postfordist’ regional and urban structure

The role of housing expenditure in state development: South Australia, 1936–88

Comparing transnational production systems: the automobile industry in the USA and Japan*

Social polarization in Britain 1973–82 — evidence from the General Household Survey: a comment on Pahl’s hypothesis*

The Latin American barrio movement as a social movement: contribution to a debate*

International conference on ‘Urban restructuring: trends and challenges’, Rio de Janeiro, September 1988

Book Reviews

Book Reviews