"Beautiful Downtown Burbank" : Changing metropolitan geography in the modern WestJournal of the West
- City planning -- United States -- History -- 1945-,
- Cities and towns -- Growth -- History -- 20th century,
- Urban sociology
AbstractFocuses on the Western United States' leadership in city planning since World War II. Concepts of three competing ideas about the emerging form of decentralization or suburbanization; 'Urban realms'; 'Linear cities'; 'Go-board metropolis'; Opinion of historians and architectural experts; Illustration of several models for understanding the morphology of Western cities.
Citation InformationAbbott, C. (1995). "Beautiful Downtown Burbank": Changing metropolitan geography in the modern West. Journal Of The West, 34(3), 8-18.