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Are the redevelopment in UK after post war world shifted to on era of urban disorder and uncertainty?

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Are the redevelopment in UK after post war world shifted to on era of urban disorder and uncertainty? Are there is different in social change between cities in UK? What are the other social forces that reformed the UK's cities from the 1960 until now? I will write in my TMA about the different problem which faced UK society, the changes that happen in UK after the post war world, and about the changes that happen in the cities and the UK identity after post war world. The post war years have often been described as an era of social stability of secure, function institution, and established reliable pattern of behavior - low crime, full employment, good welfare state, and trusted systems of expert knowledge such as scientific, doctors, politician. After wars era the era of service sector jobs came within the de industrialization, loss of manufacture jobs, increase and more demand for recruitment of women in the service sector because they work in part time to can care their children and also they take low wages than men. This lead to concentrate on the service jobs rather than industry. New information technology and high technology was appeared which lead the economics to concentrate in service jobs (sectors), such as increase, marketing, computer service, advertising, personal management and banking. This has been shift to an era of unstable, unreliable and anti-social behavior (collapse in trust in expert) ...read more.

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There are variable problem of urban collection, housing reduced, and pressure upon the green land. Firstly defect of hosing within some successful economically policy. Particular true of suitable housing, first time buyer and for lower income. That lead to increase in housing prices UK cities include the highest levels of unemployment the most intense poverty and some of the worst housing condition. Massive increase in cars fragmentation of urban society life. Person who has ordinary jobs unable to purchase house, therefore, he lack to have suitable housing. The Bethnal Green in his study suggested that some people who moved from older working-class areas of cities to new towns and overspill housing estates often found it difficult to adapt to the 'new life'. Many of the new housing development initially represented little more than mass housing dormitories, with few social amenities. Employment was often to be found some distance away, and could only be accessed at considerable costs in terms of travel. Feeling of isolation and being 'cut-off' were frequently recorded sentiments in a number of the studies of life in new housing development during this time. Young and Willmost argued that while the transition to new estates may disrupt family and kinship ties, new net works could also be established in these locations. But the idea that there was 'lack of community' on new estates and in new towns was a widespread sentiment at the time. People, who live in Green buiter house, reject the idea which wants to turn this environment to new develop. ...read more.

Conclusion

Congestion and pollution in the streets are drastically reduced and the sense of security and conviviality of public space is increased. The provision of good public space, the presence of natural land escape and the exploitation of new urban technologies can radically improve the quality of air and of life in the dense city. We should also diverse in our activities, rather than the grouping of similar activities, can make for more efficient use of energy. Us name are linked and grappling with the problems. Cities are concern with housing, transportation, and jobs. We have been concern with the law enforcement, public service-school, five protections (and saving our live). Air pollution and environment concern maybe being understand as luxury reserving for the suburb. UK is fragmented society because the labour market has been fragmented. In place of homogenous semi skilled, working class, there is a labour market of insiders and outsiders, high skill and low skill worker, permanent and temporary worker, full times and part times. The new welfare states have become fragmented, the provision become less generous, more variegated. In the past there was once a unified dominant elite culture, but now there are only fragments of many cultures. In conclusion, there are many changes happen in the world after post war world in many fields such as societies and cities nation state of the British and other countries, which lead them to live under uncertainty and diversity in the life. I think we can solve this problem from reducing uncertainty and fear, and available safety environment, and buy to generate and control the violence to reduce fear. ...read more.

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