URBANIZATION AND EDUCATION AN ARCHITECT'S VIEW
AbstractUrbanization is the process of town formation as a result of a gradual shift in the distribution of people from rural areas toward urban concentrations. From the standpoint of one who attempts to see activities in terms of space or appropriate physical arrangements, urbanization on the scale we are experiencing suggests broader rather than narrower opportunities for education.
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