Justus Uitermark focuses on Social movement, Government, Political economy, Gender studies and Re scaling. His Social movement research incorporates themes from Demolition, Opposition, Ideology, Scarcity and Democracy. His Government study incorporates themes from Revanchism, Economy, Social democracy, Populism and Market economy.
His study in Political economy is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Dissent, New Left, New social movements and Immigration. The study incorporates disciplines such as Identity, Social science, Right to the city and Dialogical self in addition to Gender studies. The Dialogical self study combines topics in areas such as Politics, Cultural diversity and Multiculturalism.
Justus Uitermark mostly deals with Politics, Political economy, Media studies, Social movement and Social media. His Politics research includes elements of Islam, Gender studies, Power and Multiculturalism. His work investigates the relationship between Gender studies and topics such as Ethnic group that intersect with problems in Restructuring.
The Political economy study combines topics in areas such as Cultural assimilation, Argument, Economy and Polarization. The Social movement study which covers Immigration that intersects with Movement. His work carried out in the field of Social media brings together such families of science as Urban studies and Operationalization.
Justus Uitermark mainly investigates Social media, Political economy, Media studies, Movement and Immigration. His work deals with themes such as Economic geography and Politics, which intersect with Social media. His work in the fields of Politics, such as Governmentality, overlaps with other areas such as Narrative.
His studies in Political economy integrate themes in fields like Cultural assimilation, Public debate and Polarization. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Gender studies, Everyday life and Political sociology. His study looks at the intersection of Immigration and topics like Social movement with Grassroots, Immigration reform and Undocumented Immigrant.
Justus Uitermark mainly focuses on Citizenship, Cybernetics, Smart city, Public administration and Social media. His Social media research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Common ground, Manifesto and Free trade. His Free trade study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Chapel and Politics.
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Gentrification as a governmental strategy: social control and social cohesion in Hoogvliet, Rotterdam
Justus Uitermark;Jan Willem Duyvendak;Reinout Kleinhans.
Environment and Planning A (2007)
'Social Mixing' and the Management of Disadvantaged Neighbourhoods: The Dutch Policy of Urban Restructuring Revisited
Urban Studies (2003)
Reinventing multiculturalism, urban citizenship and the negotiation of ethnic diversity in Amsterdam
Justus Uitermark;Ugo Rossi;Henk Van Houtum.
International Journal of Urban and Regional Research (2005)
Cities and social movements: theorizing beyond the right to the city
Justus Uitermark;Walter Nicholls;Maarten Loopmans.
Environment and Planning A (2012)
Civilising the City: Populism and Revanchist Urbanism in Rotterdam
Justus Uitermark;Jan Willem Duyvendak.
Urban Studies (2008)
Re-scaling, ‘scale fragmentation’ and the regulation of antagonistic relationships
Progress in Human Geography (2002)
Dynamics of Power in Dutch Integration Politics: From Accommodation to Confrontation
The genesis and evolution of urban policy: a confrontation of regulationist and governmentality approaches
Political Geography (2005)
An in memoriam for the just city of Amsterdam
PERFORMING AUTHORITY: DISCURSIVE POLITICS AFTER THE ASSASSINATION OF THEO VAN GOGH
Maarten Hajer;Justus Uitermark.
Public Administration (2008)
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