This is the first book to examine the actual impact of physical and social engineering projects in more than fifty countries from a multidisciplinary perspective. The book brings together an international team of nearly two hundred authors from over two dozen different countries and more than a dozen different social, environmental, and engineering sciences. Together they document and illustrate with case studies, maps and photographs the scale and impacts of many megaprojects and the importance of studying these projects in historical, contemporary and postmodern perspectives. This pioneering book will stimulate interest in examining a variety of both social and physical engineering projects at local, regional, and global scales and from disciplinary and trans-disciplinary perspectives.Moreover, different SNSs have different azoning codes.a MySpace, for example, resembles Houston, which does not have a formal land use zoning code, because it allows users to do most anything ... through laws (Dodge aamp; Kitchin, 2005).
|Author||:||Stanley D. Brunn|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2011-03-19|