Crossing The Neoliberal Line: Pacific Rim Migration And The Metropolis (Place, Culture, And Politics)
As wealthy immigrants from Hong Kong began to settle in Vancouver, British Columbia, their presence undid a longstanding liberal consensus that defined politics and spatial inequality there. Riding the currents of a neoliberal wave, these immigrants became the center of vigorous public controversies around planning, home building, multiculturalism, and the future of Vancouver. their own ways, they...
Series: Place, Culture, and Politics
Hardcover: 280 pages
Publisher: Temple Univ Pr (August 13, 2004)
Product Dimensions: 6.2 x 1 x 9 inches
Amazon Rank: 15136577
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became the key to a reshaping of Vancouver through struggles that are necessarily both global and local in context, involving global-real estate enterprises, the Canadian state, city residents, and others. In her examination of the story of the integration of transnational migrants from Hong Kong, Katharyne Mitchell draws out the myriad ways in which liberalism is profoundly spatial, varying greatly depending on the geographical context. contingent nature of liberal thought and practice is crucial, particularly as we strive to understand the ongoing societies' transition to neoliberalism.