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The Resource Bicycle justice and urban transformation : biking for all?, edited by Aaron Golub, Melody L. Hoffmann, Adonia E. Lugo and Gerardo F. Sandoval

Bicycle justice and urban transformation : biking for all?, edited by Aaron Golub, Melody L. Hoffmann, Adonia E. Lugo and Gerardo F. Sandoval

Label
Bicycle justice and urban transformation : biking for all?
Title
Bicycle justice and urban transformation
Title remainder
biking for all?
Statement of responsibility
edited by Aaron Golub, Melody L. Hoffmann, Adonia E. Lugo and Gerardo F. Sandoval
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
Dewey number
388.3472
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
Golub, Aaron,
Series statement
Routledge equity, justice and the sustainable city
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Cycling
  • Bicycle commuting
  • Social justice
  • Urban transportation
  • Community development
Label
Bicycle justice and urban transformation : biking for all?, edited by Aaron Golub, Melody L. Hoffmann, Adonia E. Lugo and Gerardo F. Sandoval
Instantiates
Publication
Note
"Earthscan from Routledge."
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • 1. Introduction : creating an inclusionary bicycle justice movement / Aaron Golub [and others] -- 2. Is the right to bicycle a civil right? Synergies and tensions between the transportation justice movement and planning for bicycling / Aaron Golub -- 3. Is Portland's bicycle success story a celebration of gentrification? A theoretical and statistical analysis of bycicle use and demographic change / Cameron Herrington and Ryan J. Dann -- 4. Freedom of movement/freedom of choice : an enquiry into utility cycling and social justice in post-apartheid Cape Town, 1994-2015 / Gail Jennings -- 5. Advocating through data : community visibilities in crowdsourced cycling data / Christopher A. Le Dantec [and others] -- 6. Advancing discussions of cycling interventions based on social justice / Karel Martens [and others] -- 7. Theorizing bicycle justice using social psychology : examining the intersection of mode and race with the conceptual model of roadway interactions / Tara Goddard
  • 8. Delivering (in)justice : food dellivery cyclists in New York City / Do J. Lee [and others] -- 9. Rascuache cycling justice / Alfredo Mirandé and Raymond L. Williams -- 10. No choice but to bike : undocumented and bike-dependent in rust belt America / Joanna Bernstein -- 11. Aburrido! Cycling on the U.S./Mexican border with Doble Rueda bicycle collective in Matamoros, Tamaulipas / Daryl Meador -- 12. Civil bikes : embracing Atlanta's racialized history through bicycle tours / Nedra Deadwyler -- 13. Decentering whiteness in organized bicycling : notes from inside / Adonia E. Lugo -- 14. Community bicycle workshops and "invisible cyclists" in Brussels / Simon Batterbury and Inès Vandermeersch -- 15. Community disengagement : the greatest barrier to equitable bike share / James Hannig -- 16. No hay peor lucha que la que no se hace : re-negotiating cycling in a Latino community / Martha Moore-Monroy [and others] -- 17. Collectively subverting the status quo at the Youth Bike Summit / Pasqualina Azzarello, Jane Pirone and Allison Matheis -- 18. Mediating the 'white lanes of gentrification' in Humboldt Park : community-let economic development and the struggle over public space / Amy Lubitow
Control code
ocn953692180
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (xxi, 269 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781317362326
Note
Taylor & Francis
Other physical details
illustrations
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)953692180
Label
Bicycle justice and urban transformation : biking for all?, edited by Aaron Golub, Melody L. Hoffmann, Adonia E. Lugo and Gerardo F. Sandoval
Publication
Note
"Earthscan from Routledge."
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • 1. Introduction : creating an inclusionary bicycle justice movement / Aaron Golub [and others] -- 2. Is the right to bicycle a civil right? Synergies and tensions between the transportation justice movement and planning for bicycling / Aaron Golub -- 3. Is Portland's bicycle success story a celebration of gentrification? A theoretical and statistical analysis of bycicle use and demographic change / Cameron Herrington and Ryan J. Dann -- 4. Freedom of movement/freedom of choice : an enquiry into utility cycling and social justice in post-apartheid Cape Town, 1994-2015 / Gail Jennings -- 5. Advocating through data : community visibilities in crowdsourced cycling data / Christopher A. Le Dantec [and others] -- 6. Advancing discussions of cycling interventions based on social justice / Karel Martens [and others] -- 7. Theorizing bicycle justice using social psychology : examining the intersection of mode and race with the conceptual model of roadway interactions / Tara Goddard
  • 8. Delivering (in)justice : food dellivery cyclists in New York City / Do J. Lee [and others] -- 9. Rascuache cycling justice / Alfredo Mirandé and Raymond L. Williams -- 10. No choice but to bike : undocumented and bike-dependent in rust belt America / Joanna Bernstein -- 11. Aburrido! Cycling on the U.S./Mexican border with Doble Rueda bicycle collective in Matamoros, Tamaulipas / Daryl Meador -- 12. Civil bikes : embracing Atlanta's racialized history through bicycle tours / Nedra Deadwyler -- 13. Decentering whiteness in organized bicycling : notes from inside / Adonia E. Lugo -- 14. Community bicycle workshops and "invisible cyclists" in Brussels / Simon Batterbury and Inès Vandermeersch -- 15. Community disengagement : the greatest barrier to equitable bike share / James Hannig -- 16. No hay peor lucha que la que no se hace : re-negotiating cycling in a Latino community / Martha Moore-Monroy [and others] -- 17. Collectively subverting the status quo at the Youth Bike Summit / Pasqualina Azzarello, Jane Pirone and Allison Matheis -- 18. Mediating the 'white lanes of gentrification' in Humboldt Park : community-let economic development and the struggle over public space / Amy Lubitow
Control code
ocn953692180
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (xxi, 269 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781317362326
Note
Taylor & Francis
Other physical details
illustrations
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)953692180

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