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URBAN GEOGRAPHY, 1950-'70: A comprehensive Bibliography of
Urbanism as Reflected in the Articles and Book Reviews of 72 American,
Canadian, British, Dutch and Scandinavian Geographical Periodicals



Sverre Strand, Research Geographer
Institute of Transport Economy
Oslo, Norway



Mrs. Mary Vance, Editor
Post Office Box 229
Monticello, Illinois 61856



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COUNCIL OF PLANNING LIBRARIANS Exchange Bibliography #358-#359- -360

URBAN GEOGRAPHY 1950-70
A COMPREHENSIVE BIBLIOGRAPHY OF URBANISM AS REFLECTED
IN THE ARTICLES AND BOOK REVIEWS OF 72 AMERICAN,
CANADIAN, BRITISH, DUTCH AND SCANDINAVIAN
GEOGRAPHICAL PERIODICALS



by



Sverre Strand
Research Geographer
Institute of Transport Economy
Oslo, Norway



LIST OF CONTENTS

Page

Introduction 2

Bibliography: Main Chaptering 6

Bibliography: Detailed Chaptering (Main Index) 7

Bibliography: 9

Regional Index 1 201

Regional Index II 209

Index to Authors 23>0

List of Sources 269



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INTRODUCTION

Scope

The main characteristic and stated objective of this
bibliography is that it, within the constraints of a clearly
defined framework, is comprehensive, not selective.

This implies, ideally, that the extremely time consuming
task of page-to-page research (regarding bibliographic in-
formation on urban studies) of the source material should
never again be necessary. If a full and complete bibliography
of urban studies is accepted as the ultimate goal for urban
bibliographers, the only way this author can conceive of such
a goal ever being obtained is by means of a process successive-
ly building upon bibliographies each one being comprehensive in
terms of the source material in question - such as the present
one.

The preceding remarks constitute the justification for
exhaustively and uncritically including any reference from the
chosen sources that is at all relevant to the topic under con-
sideration - urban studies.

Two sources of error will decide whether this bibliography,
in terms of the stated objective, is a succsssor not, namely
those connected with the interpretation and definition of the
concept of "urban studies," and with the human factor reflect-
ed in the degree of sloppiness of the author.

It is felt that the effect of the former is minimized
since the topic is chosen as "urban studies," thus including
everything that has anything to do with any aspect of urbanism,
rather than, say, "urban geography" where the element of
subjectivity is much more crucial because of lack of a universal-
ly agreed upon (operationally speaking) definition of "geo-
graphy." It has been a policy of this undertaking to include
rather than omit material, on the very fringe of the field of
urbanism, no matter how badly it is defined. Still, of
course, the definite bulk of the references can be termed as
"urban geography" because of the very nature of the source
material.

Sources

The source material consists of 72 major geographical
periodicals, including research paper and monograph series,
in USA, Canada, British Isles, Netherlands, Denmark, Finland,
Sweden and Non-ray. The total number of entries, including
crossreferences, is 2,9k9>

Not cnly major articles, but shorter references of rel-
evance to the chosen topic are included. These are entries
such as found in Geographical Record in Geographical Review,
Abstracts of papers presented at the annual meetings of the
Association of American Geographers in the Annals, and more
recently Proceedings, of this organization, and in This Changing
World in Geography.



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To further assure the comprehensiveness of this study,
all relevant books that have been reviewed in the sources are
listed as entries.

Organization

Basically, the organization as reflected in the main index
is topical.

Annotations in the traditional sense has been omitted.
For practical consideraticns, particularly that of volumi-
nosity, the author has found that the two approaches of
comprehensiveness and annotation could not be combined in
the usual manner. Therefore, the organization of the bib-
liography has been geared to substitute for such annotations
and thus to eliminate as much as possible the potential draw-
back of their absence:

The 12 primary headings, all topical, are broken dorm
to a total of 60 subheadings, most of which are also topical.

To further substitute for individual comments, two re-
gional indices which together will pinpoint each entry geo-
graphically, if it all has a spatial reference, are included.
Many entries are crossref erences , even though the number of them
is sought minimized through the logic of the main index. Finally,
there is an author index.

Information Policy

TJith the general noti<ji in mind that an entry shall be
as brief as possible, but still informative enough to inspire
the reader to check out the reference itself, the information
given directly for each entry, excluding what can be derived
from the different indices, is name of author, year of
publication, title, notation if it is an AAAG abstract, and
source (volume, number of issue and page reference if it is a
general entry, publisher and page reference if it is a re-
viewed book.) In addition, it is listed if and where the
entry has been reviewed. A list of abbreviations is included.

Design and language Policy

A general reference will look like this:

Johnston, R. J. 1966: An Index of Accessibility and Its Use
in the Study of Bus Services and Settlement Patterns .
TESG 57:1,33-38

which means that this article is published in 1 Q 66, in English,
in Tijdschrift voor Economische en Sociale Geograpie, Volume
57, No. 1, pages 33 to 38.



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A book reference will look like this :

Gottmann, J. 1961: Megalopolis: The Urbanized Northeastern
Seaboard of the United States. New York: Twentieth
Century Fund 8lCpp. (AAAG 52:3,307-17 EG 39:2,183-6U
GR 52:3,U52-51i PG l6:5,33-3U GJ 128:U,S3U-3S CGQ 9:17,
122-23).

with a similar interpretation and indicating the location of
reviews in six different j ournals .

Regarding the Dutch and Scandinavian sources, the article
or book review is included only if it is written in English,
French or German or has a summary in one of these languages .
The original title as well as the summary title is listed:

Tuominen, 0. 1955 J Taajamien vaitentusalueista (On the
Spheres of Influence of Centres of Population)
Terra 63 0,79-87.

A Plea to Readers



There are surely errors in this bibliography - omissional,
interpretative and organizatorial as well as plain blunders.
The responsibility is solely the present author's, since this
has been strictly a one-man undertaking. T -nat he hopes for
is that the user of the bibliography who finds errors will
tell him about them. In particular, since it is easy for
them to detect errors of this sort, the authors that are re-
presented are urged to be curious as to x^hether their oxim
work is correctly listed. Absolutely no error is too small
not to deserve correction with respect to, hopefully, sub-
sequent editions, and the author will greatly appreciate
comments of any sort, for instance as to:

- additional source material

- consistency of choice of source material in terms of
"importance"

- omissions of relevant references from the chcsen source
material

- consistency of design throughout

- general design of the individual entry

- additional primary or secondary headings

- formulation of headings

- position of a given entry in relation to the chosen (sub)head-
ing, particularly with respect to relocating entries away
from Ch 10

- consistency in crossreferencing

- lacking or superfluous crossreferences

- lack of source reference in a given entry

- lacking or wrong page references

- lacking or wrong regional references

- lacking key word references

- printing errors

- etc .



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Acknowledgement

The author wishes to thank Professor Chauney D. Harris,
Department of Geography, University of Chicago, for his
encouraging comments throughout, and for his invaluable help
in digging out hard-to-get-to source material.



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MP? CHAFTERING

1. URBANISM: PAST AND PRESENT

2. MORPHOLCGY AND TGI INS CAPE

3. SIZE, SPACING, LOCATION, AND SYSTEMS OF CITIES
k. FUNCTIONAL AND ECONOMIC STRUCTURE

5. DEMOGRAPHIC AND SOCIAL STRUCTURE

6. SUBURBIA, THE RURAL-URBAN FRINGE, URBAN AGRICULTURE, AND
DECENTRALIZATION OF URBAN ACTIVITIES

7. MIGRATION AND MOBILITY: PERCEPTION AND BEHAVIOR

8. TRANSPORTATION

9. CHIES AS PORTS

10. GENERAL DESCRIPTIVE AND HISTORICAL STUDIES OF THE
INDUSTRIAL CITY: WORLD, NATIONAL, REGIONAL AND
INDIVIDUAL CITY SURVEYS

11. URBAN PLANNING AND THE FUTURE CITY

12 . CLIMATOLOGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL ASPECTS



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MAIN INDEX

1. URBANISM: PAST AND PRESENT

1.01 Conceptual-Philoscphical Statements and General
Works of Reference

1.02 The Pre-Industrial City

1.03 Teaching Urban Geography

l.Ol; Methods of Urban Analysis and Models of Urban Growth
1.05 Bibliographical Studies

2. MORPHOLOGY AND TOYNSCAPE

2.01 Definitions and Boundary Problems of Urban Areas

2.02 Architecture, Townscape and Urban Forms

3. SIZE, SPACING, LOCATION, AND SYSTEMS OF CITIES

3.01 Social Physics, Rank Size Rules, and General Central
Place Theory

3.02 Urban Spheres of Influence, and City-Region Relation-
ships such as Traffic, Migration and Birthplace Fields

.... . 3.03 Central Place Hierarchies, Conurbations, and other
Systems of Cities

k. FUNCTIONAL AND ECONOMIC STRUCTURE

ii.01 Internal Differentiation and Urban Economics

li.02 Economic Base and Multiplier Analysis

U.03 Occupational Structure and Functional Classification

U.Oli Land Use and Land Values

k.OS The Central Business District: Definition, Morphology,

Land Use and Economy
ii.06 General Commercial and Service Structure, Centrality

within the City, Retail Market Areas, and the Ranking

of Shopping Centers
U.07 Manufacturing and Mining: Location, Structure,

Economy, and Impact on Urban Development

5. DEMOGRAPHIC AND SOCIAL STRUCTURE

5.01 Urban Sociology, Social Geography, and Population
Structure

5.02 Population Density Structure

5.03 Socio-Ethnical Structure

5.0U Urban Politics and Srcio-Political Structure
5.05 Residential Structure

6. SUBURBIA, THE RURAL-URBAN FRINGE, URBAN AGRICULTURE, AND
DECENTRALIZATION OF URBAN ACTIVITIES

7. MIGRATION AND MOBILITY: PERCEPTION AND BEHAVIOR

7.01 Rural-Urban and Interurban Movements

7.02 Intraurban Movements

7.03 Consumer Behavior
7.OI4. Commuting

8. TRANSPORTATION

8 .01 General

8.02 Impact on Urban Development



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9. CITIES AS PORTS

9.01 General

9.02 World Surveys

9.03 Canada
9.0U USA

9.05 Latin America

9.06 Continental Europe and Scandinavia

9.07 Africa

9.08 Asia

9.09 Oceania

10. GENERAL DESCRIPTIVE AND HISTORICAL STUDIES OF THE INDUSTRIAL
CITY: WORLD, NATIONAL, REGIONAL AND INDIVIDUAL CITY SURVEYS

10.01 World Surveys

10.02 Canada

10.03 USA

10.0U Latin America

10.05 British Isles

10.06 Belgium and the Netherlands

10.07 France

10.08 Austria and Switzerland

10.09 Germany

10.10 Southern France

10.11 Eastern Europe and USSR

10 . 12 Scandinavia

10.13 Africa
10. Ik Asia
10.15 Oceania

11. URBAN PLANNING AND THE FUTURE CITY

11.01 General

11.02 Geography, Regional Science and Planning

11.03 New Towns of the 20th Century

11. Oli Metropolitan Transportation Planning

11.05 Store Location Research and Ikrketing Geography

11.06 Land Use, Urban Renewal, Residential and Industrial
Planning

11.07 Case Studies in General Urban Planning and Forecasting

12. CLIMATOLOGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL ASPECTS



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I. URBANISM: PAST AND PRESENT

1.01 Conceptual-Philosophical Statements and General Works of
Reference

1. Baxter, D. 1968/69: On the Contemporary City. AG 5,U-H»

2. Beaujeu -Gamier, J«, G.-Chabot. 1963: Traite' de geographic

urbaine. Paris: Armand Colin U93 pp. (EG l£:l,93 GJ 131:
l,10U-05 SGM 80:3,191-92 G 51:2, 166 CGQ 9:17,122 RGM 18:2,
313-15).

3. Beaujeu-Garnier, J., G. Chabot. 196?: Urban Geography.

London: Longmans, Green j New York: John Wiley li70pp.
(PG 21:2, 133-3ll GJ 135:2,292 G 53:^,1*32).

k. Beckinsale, R. P., J. M. Houston, eds . 1968: Urbanization
and Its Problems: Essays Presented to E. W. Gilbert.
Oxford: Basil Blackwell Ui3pp. (GJ 13k :li, 593 G Bh 0,365
RS 3:2,221).

5. Blumenfeld, H. 1967: The Modern Metropolis: Its Origins,

Growth, Characteristics and Planning. Cambridge,
Massachusetts : MIT Press 377pp. (JRS 8:1,118-22
RS 3:1,96-97).

6. Bollens, J. C, H. J. Schmandt. 1965: The Metropolis : Its

People, Politics, and Economic Life. New York: Harper and
Rot Sk3 pp. (EG U2:Ii,372-73 JcG 65:5,21*6).

7. Booth, R. G. 1968: Living Space. London: Intertext Books

185pp. (G 5U:3,369-70).

8. Brown, R. X., ed. 1961*: The Ideal City. Atlanta: Bureau

of Business and Economic Research, Georgia State College
120pp. (JoG 6U:5,238).

9. Claval, P. 1970: La ge'ographie urbaine. RGM 2U:2,117-l42.

10. Dickinson, R. E. 1962: The City in History. AAAG 52:3,
3OO-O6.4 .

II. Dickinson, R. E. 1962: The West European City: A

Geographical Interpretation. London: Routledge and Kegan
Paul 580pp. (AAAG lt3 :li,250-5l EG 29:^,368-69 GR h3 :U,
58U-86 GJ 119:1,303-01; GJ 128i3,5l5-l6 SGM 68:2,86
G U9:2,liil).

12. Dyos, H. J., ed. 1968: The Study of Urban History. Lcndon:

Edxrard /.rnoldj New Yrrk: St. Martin's liPOpp. (PG 21:5,
376-78 GJ 135:2,289-90).

13. Eldredge, H. W., ed. 1967: Taming Megalrp^lis, Volume I:

What Is and What Could Be; Vrlume II: How to Manage an
Urbanized World. Garden City, New York: Doubleday 1166pp.
(PG 21:3,213).



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lk. Fisher, R. M., ed. 1955s The Metropolis in Modern Life.
Columbia University Bicentennial Conference Series,
Garden City, New York: Doubleday liOlpp. (GR 1*7 :l,lUl-U3
PG 7:3,33).

15. Fuchs, R. J. 1963: Soviet Urban Geography: The Postwar

Record. AAAG(abs) 53 J U, 591.

16. Fuchs, R.J. 196U: Soviet Urban Geography: An Appraisal of

Postwar Research. AAAG 5U:2,276-89.

17. Garner, B.J. 1966: Aspects and Trends of Urban Geography.

JoG 65:5,206-11.

18. Geddes, P. 19U9: Cities in Evolution. London: William and

Norgate 2i;lpp. (G 35:3,203).

19. George, P. 1952: La ville: Le fait urbain a travers le monde.

Paris: Presses Universitaires de France 399pp.
(EG 32:2,185-86 GR 1^:1,167-68 GJ 118:1;, 502 -03) .

20. George, P. 1961: Precis de geographie urbaine. Paris: Presses

Universitaires de France 283pp. (GJ 128:1,103 CGQ 5:10,301-
02 RGM 15:1-U,100).

21. Getis, A., J. Getis. 1966: To Understand Urban Environments .

JoG 65:5,20U-05-

22. Greer, S. 1962: The Emerging City: Myth and Reality.

New York: Free Press 232pp. (FG lit: 6, 56-57).

23. Greer, S., D. L. McElrath, D. V. Minar, P. Orleans, eds. 1968:

The New Urbanization. New York: St. J&rtin's 381ipp.
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2U. Hauser, P. M., L. F. Schnore, eds . 1965: The Study of

Urbanization. New York: John Wiley 55Upp. (EG k2 :li, 370-71
PG 18:2,111;-15 JRS 6:2,71-73 GJ 131 : 2, 3 13 -Hi) •

25. Hilberseimer, L. 1955: The Nature rf Cities: Origin, Growth,

and Decline. Chicago: Paul Theobald 286pp. (PG 9:1,53).

26. Hiorns, F. R. 1956: Town-Building in Histrry. London:

George G. Harrap W*3rP« (GJ 123 , 1*06-0? ) .

27. Hoekveld, G. A. 1968: Over de the^rie en de stand van de

stadsgeograf ie (On the Theory and the State of the Frban
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PG 18:3,129-31.



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30. Holzner, L. 1967: World Regions in Urban Geography. AAAG

57:l*,70l*-12.

31. Johnson, J. H. 1967: Urban Geography: An Introductory

Analysis. Oxford: Pergaimn Press 188pp. (EG l*l*:l*,37l*-75
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32. Jones, E. 1966s Towns and Cities. London: Oxford University

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33. Jones, R. 1967: The Nature of Urban Geography. SGM 83:

3,11*7-50.

3U- King, H.W.H. 1962: Whither Urban Geography? Some Signposts
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35* Kiuchi, S. 1963: Recent Trends in Urban Geography in Japan.
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36. Lapierre, R. 1955: Geographic et urbanisme. RGM 9:1,-1*3-1*5.

37. Lithwick, N. H., G. Paquet, eds . 1969: Urban Studies: A

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38. Marr, P. D. 1967: The Seventeenth Century Contributions of

John Graunt and Sir William Petty to Urban Geography.
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39. Mayer, H. M. 1969: Cities and Urban Geography. JoG 68:

1,6-19.

1*0. Mayer, H. M., C. F. Kohn, eds. 1959: Readings in Urban
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and a Policy. London: Macmillan 17l*pp. (GJ 136:3,1*30-32) .

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1*3. Mumford, L. M. 1961: The City in History. New York: Harcourt,
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kk* Mirphey, R. 1951*: The City as a Center of Change: Western
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1*6. Nash, P. H. 1963: I.'egalopolis and Megageography. AAAG
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1*7. Nelson, H. J. 1961*: Economics, Esthetics, and Ethics in
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50. Perloff, H. S. 1969: The Quality of the Urban Environment:

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51. Pfeil, E. 1950 : Groszstadtforschung und Ergebnisse einer

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55 • Scholler, P., ed. 1969: Allgemeine Stadtgeographie.

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1.02 The Pre -Industrial City

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