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Milton Keynes in British Culture

characters Milton Keynes in British Culture 107 Lauren Piko ì 7 read free download ☆ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ì Lauren Piko The new town of Milton Keynes was designated in 1967 with a bold flexible social vision to impose no fixed conception of how people ought to live Despite this progressive social vision and its low density flexible green urban design the town has been consistently represented in British media political rhetoric and popular culture negatively as a fundamentally sterile paternalistic concrete imposition on the landscape as a joke and even as Los Angeles in Buckinghamshire How did these meanings develop at such.

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characters Milton Keynes in British Culture 107 Lauren Piko ì 7 read free download ☆ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ì Lauren Piko L studies political economy and heritage studies the book maps the ways in which Milton Keynes' newness formed an existential challenge to ideals of English landscapes as receptacles of tradition and closed fixed national identities Far from being a marginal foreign and atypical town the book demonstrates how the changing political fortunes of state urban planned spaces were a key site of conflict around ideas of how the British state should function how its landscapes should look and who they should be for.

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characters Milton Keynes in British Culture 107 Lauren Piko ì 7 read free download ☆ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ì Lauren Piko Odds from residents' and planners' experiences Why have these meanings proved so resilient  Milton Keynes in British Culture traces the representations of Milton Keynes in British national media political rhetoric and popular culture in detail from 1967 to 1992 demonstrating how the town's founding principles came to be understood as symbolic of the worst excesses of a postwar state planning system which was falling from favour Combining approaches from urban planning history cultural history and cultura.

  • Hardcover
  • 230
  • Milton Keynes in British Culture
  • Lauren Piko
  • en
  • 10 February 2020
  • 9780367000516