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Friday, March 21 • 10:55am - 12:15pm
FR2.16 Global Issues of Housing, Residential Segregation, and Development

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Moderator: Ayse Pamuk, San Francisco State University

  • Transformation of Housing under Rapid Economic Growth and Urbanization: The Case of Turkish cities
    Ayse Pamuk, San Francisco State University
  • (In)Visible Boundaries: The Negotiation of Urban Citizenship in the Uneven Housing Development of Nanjing
    Sarah Tynen, University of Colorado-Boulder

  • The Role of Planners in Severing the Vicious Circle of Residential Segregation and Inequality of Opportunity
    Ayoung Woo, Texas A&M University; Shannon Van Zandt, Texas A&M University; Kenneth Joh, Texas A&M University

  • Frontier or Boundary?: Amenities Surrounding Gated Communities in China and the US
    Xuefan Zhang, Arizona State University; Joanna Lucio, Arizona State University

Presenters
avatar for Ayse Pamuk

Ayse Pamuk

Professor of Urban Studies and Planning, San Francisco State University
avatar for Sarah Tynen

Sarah Tynen

University of Colorado-Boulder
avatar for Ayoung Woo

Ayoung Woo

Texas A&M University
avatar for Xuefan Zhang

Xuefan Zhang

Arizona State University

Co-Authors
JL

Joanna Lucio

Arizona State University
KJ

Kenneth Joh

Texas A&M University

Moderators
avatar for Ayse Pamuk

Ayse Pamuk

Professor of Urban Studies and Planning, San Francisco State University

Friday March 21, 2014 10:55am - 12:15pm
Carranza Room (Westin 2nd Floor)