regions, rural areas, small and medium-size towns are less and less dynamic.
Obviously, building the wall and bashing immigrants won't do anything to create jobs and rebuild the deindustrialized
parts of America.
The term confinement alludes to a wide range of spaces of exclusion or subordinate inclusion--prisons and jails, immigrant detention centers, homeless shelters, drug rehab programs, deindustrialized
urban areas, etc.--charged with the task of containing the surplus populations constantly (reproduced by the neoliberal paradigm of capitalist development: an engine of capital accumulation that is grounded in the widespread criminalization of marginalized social groups as much as in their state-sanctioned neglect across zones of urban containment (Ayuero et al.
White working class folk from the deindustrialized
areas in the US got left behind when American manufacturing went East in search of cheap labor.
It concludes that (self-)fragmented, deindustrialized
and re-feudalized, rapidly aged rarified and depopulated, (and de-Slavicized) Eastern Europe is probably the least influential region of the world - one of the very few underachievers.
Pittsburgh was chosen as both site and symbol for its "25-year transformation from an industrial economy to a knowledge economy." The conference brought together 300 leading national and international urban and city planners, economic development specialists, and architects to consider the state of efforts to revitalize deindustrialized
Overlapping and adjacent, rebel artists are commandeering Manhattan's deindustrialized
downtown, remaking it in their own image.
(1) The wide scope and geographical span of the studies included in this volume allow perspectives beyond the much studied examples of Beijing and Shanghai, bringing us to China's deindustrialized
northeast, to the country's southernmost reaches, and to the inland.
The Full Monty (1997) makes similar erasures of deindustrialized
Once dismissed as an era in which nothing happened, bracketed on either side by decades in which everything seemed to have happened, scholars now regard the period between 1971 and 1980 as the origins of the globalized, neo-liberal, deindustrialized
, rights-conscious world we live in today.
Thus local economies in Japan have been deindustrialized
. In our case, building a factory in a region like Iitate in Fukushima is aimed at preserving skilled workers by enhancing their incentive to continue to work for our company and thus our technology capacity will be maintained for the interest of the local economy.
As a result, the adult children of deindustrialized
workers (as well as middle-class professionals) often struggle to translate their college and university degrees into secure, well-paid teaching, nursing, policing, and other positions.