4 edition of Patterns of residential movement in metropolitan Toronto found in the catalog.
Bibliography: p. 127-134.
|Statement||James W. Simmons ; with the assistance of Alan Baker and Marie Truelove.|
|Series||University of Toronto. Dept. of Geography. Research publications ; 13, Research publications (University of Toronto. Dept. of Geography) ;, 13.|
|LC Classifications||HB1990.T67 S54|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||138 p. :|
|Number of Pages||138|
|LC Control Number||74194438|
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Patterns of Residential Movement in Metropolitan Toronto Book Description: The complex Patterns of residential movement in metropolitan Toronto book between individual households and the aggregate social structure, and the effect of relocation on the urban environment, are examined in this study of household movement patterns within Metropolitan Toronto.
Get this from a library. Patterns of Residential Movement in Metropolitan Toronto. [James Simmons] -- Each year in North America one family in five moves to a new home, and in the process the environment is altered. The complex relationships between. Genre/Form: Electronic books: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Simmons, James W., Patterns of residential movement in metropolitan Toronto.
Toronto: Transformations in a City and Its Region traces the city's development from a British colonial outpost established in to the multicultural, polycentric metropolitan region of today.
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