GeoJournal https://doi.org/10.1007/s10708-018-9895-y Exploring the dynamics of spatial inequality through the development of sub-city typologies in English Bazar Urban Agglomeration and its peri urban areas Ipsita Dutta Arijit Das Springer Nature B.V. 2018 Abstract The term peri-urban can be deﬁned as the hierarchical cluster analysis methods are then used to settlements beyond, about or around core cities. It has identify empirical typologies considering relevant often observed that the areas congested with the core principal factors from PCA analysis. It identiﬁes a city are enjoying some basic facilities/amenities as ﬁve cluster solution corresponds to ﬁve spatial typo- urban entity whereas the areas beyond the city are logical categories (High SE-Area, Average SE-Area, lagging behind. Thus the uneven distribution of Good SE-Area, Average Area, Low socio-economic amenities increases the inequality from core to area). Identiﬁcation of ﬁve spatial typological cate- peripheries. These heterogeneous characteristics gories helps to explore the urban inequality at micro within a city and around its periphery increase the level for English Bazar Urban Agglomeration and its inequalities which are characterized by the formation peri-urban settlements. The result also shows that of sub-city typologies within the city and its peripheral settlements lying contiguous to the Old Malda city are
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Published: Jun 6, 2018
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