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9 Signiﬁcantly, there is a reﬂexive relationship between the global and the local. While global forces lead to change in the city, cities modify and embed globalisation within a local context. Within the global–local nexus, global forces are generally held to be most powerful and their control more spatially extensive. Local forces are seen to be relatively weaker and geographically limited in effect. However, it is important not to allow the discourse of globalisation to obscure the fact that urban change is not effected by global forces alone.
What will be the form of the city of the future? commentators such as Charles Booth in London, Friedrich Engels in Manchester and Jacob Riis in New York. The central area of most cities may be explored easily on foot at a pace that enables the ‘participant observer’ to absorb the structure of the city and engage with the ebb and ﬂow of urban life. In Glasgow a stroll of less than a mile from the central railway station through the old city to the cathedral represents a journey back in time, over a millennium of urban history.
Bylund in ‘Theoretical considerations regarding the distribution of settlement in inner north Sweden’, Vol. 42, 1960, pp. 4). 1 from the International Journal of Urban and Regional Research by D. Harvey in ‘The urban process under capitalism’, Vol. 2, 1978, pp. 9). Blackwell Publishers for the ﬁgure of a ‘Stress model of the residential decision process’ from Geograﬁska Annaler Series B by L. Brown and E. Moore in ‘The intra-urban migration process’, Vol. 52, 1970, pp. 3). 1 by J. Friedmann in Empowerment, 1992, pp.