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In-text: (Foner, 2007)
Your Bibliography: Foner, N. (2007). How exceptional is New York? Migration and multiculturalism in the empire city. Ethnic and Racial Studies, 30(6), pp.999-1023.
In-text: (Gilbert and Université des Nations Unies., 1996)
Your Bibliography: Gilbert, A. and Université des Nations Unies. (1996). The mega-city in Latin America. Tokyo, Japan: United Nations University Press.
In-text: (Marques and Saraiva, 2017)
Your Bibliography: Marques, E. and Saraiva, C. (2017). Urban integration or reconfigured inequalities? Analyzing housing precarity in São Paulo, Brazil. Habitat International, 69, pp.18-26.
In-text: (Nolen, 2015)
Your Bibliography: Nolen, S. (2015). Brazil’s colour bind: How one of the world's most diverse countries is just starting to talk about race. [online] The Globe and Mail. Available at: https://www.theglobeandmail.com/news/world/brazils-colour-bind/article25779474/ [Accessed 4 Dec. 2017].
In-text: (Robinson, 2006)
Your Bibliography: Robinson, J. (2006). World Cities, or a World of Ordinary Cities?. Cities of the Global South Reader, pp.67-71.
In-text: (Sassen, 1995)
Your Bibliography: Sassen, S. (1995). The Global City: Place Production and the New Centrality. In: Continuity & Transformation: The Promis of Confluence. Chicago: Association of College and Research Libraries, pp.1-3.
In-text: (Schwartzman, 2003)
Your Bibliography: Schwartzman, S. (2003). Globalization, poverty, and social inequity in Brazil. Instituto de Estudos do Trabalho e Sociedade (IETS), February, pp.1-37.
In-text: (The SUNY Levin Institute; Center for an Urban Future, 2011)
Your Bibliography: The SUNY Levin Institute; Center for an Urban Future (2011). The Impact of the Global Economy on New York State and City. [online] pp.8-10. Available at: https://nycfuture.org/pdf/New_York_in_the_World.pdf [Accessed 4 Dec. 2017].
In-text: (Waldron, 2014)
Your Bibliography: Waldron, T. (2014). 5,000 Homeless Brazilians Living Illegally near World Cup Stadium Because They can't Afford Rent. [online] thinkprogress.org. Available at: https://thinkprogress.org/5-000-homeless-brazilians-living-illegally-near-world-cup-stadium-because-they-cant-afford-rent-f568544c5ba3/ [Accessed 4 Dec. 2017].
In-text: (Young, 1990)
Your Bibliography: Young, I. (1990). Social Movements and the Politics of Difference. The City Cultures Reader Second edition, pp.312-313.
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