The paper cites the beginning of modern urban sociology through the work and activities of the French theorist Henri Lefebvre and the “Institute for Urban Sociology,” founded in Paris 1963rd. The authors cite the main theoretical orientations that have influenced the formation of the idea of modern urban sociology, in particular referring to the work M. Castells, C. G. Pickvance, W. Flanagan and R. Sennett. According to the authors, contemporary urban crisi.s significantly affects the design of urban theory, which is understandable, because global change raises new questions, and radicalizing old.
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