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A city consists of a number of residential areas which are called by different names such as locality, residential district, local community, or neighbourhood. They are characterized by a bundle of spatially based attributes associated with a cluster of residences, sometime in conjunction with other land uses (Galster 2001). According to Harvey (1985: 118), they provide ‘distinctive milieus for social interaction from which individuals to a considerable degree derive their values, expectations, consumption habits, market capacities, and states of consciousness’. Thus, they are places where individuals are brought up, oriented, and cultured to conform to the values and common ideas of the residents. They are central to the analysis of spatial organization in cities since they function simultaneously as institutional, sociological, economic, political, and geographical entities at multiple levels (Warf 2006).
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