Definitions

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  • n. The branch of sociology that studies the problems of living in cities and towns

Etymologies

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urban +‎ -ology

Examples

  • Even more than a critique of Disney, Foglesong's book takes a fascinating, important and entertaining look at contemporary problems in urbanology, city planning and, certainly, business ethics.

    Boing Boing: February 29, 2004 - March 6, 2004 Archives

  • This is also a kind of Blue America-versus-Red America urbanology, which includes an element of liberal-bashing: Any place that refuses to be steamrolled by developers is called 'elite.'

    Planetizen - Urban Planning, Design and Development Network

  • This is also a kind of Blue America-versus-Red America urbanology, which includes an element of liberal-bashing: Any place that refuses to be steamrollered by developers is called "elite."

    The Seattle Times

  • This is also a kind of Blue America-versus-Red America urbanology, which includes an element of liberal-bashing: Any place that refuses to be steamrolled by developers is called "elite."

    HeraldNet.com LOCAL NEWS

  • (and receiving some responses keeps me motivated) normally I try to post new stuff once a week, quality not quantity, so the front page shows you the posts of the last month, but there is a lot more to discover, just click your way thru the older entries. more about urbanology´s concept bookmark www. urbanology.tk

    "xchannel" via Mindfield in Google Reader

  • "He has a PhD in urbanology from walking up and down the streets of black

    Chicago Reader

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