Das Kotti-Prinzip Urbane Komplizenschafter 2 Vols

Publisher Ruby Press

ISBN 9783944074252

Who owns the city? Who is allowed to stay – who has to go? The Kotti-Principle is a detailed case study of the tenant initiative Kotti & Co, who became influential actors affecting Berlin’s city and housing politics. The study employs an actor-network theory approach in order to talk about the power of the collective. Detailed mappings show how actors, places and actions work together over long periods of time and how complex “interfering from below” is in urban development policy processes. A smaller booklet contains a series of essays, that shed light on the power of civil society and academic engagement for urban development.

112 p, ills in colour & bw, 20 x 29 cm, pb, German


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