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  • ideological and political objectives| the likely effects on the run-down areas in which the zones are located| and the contrast between their reality and the rhetoric surrounding them.
  • The AA. begin by problematizing the process of uneven development as deriving from specific characteristics of capitalism. They relate the process to the British economy and its effects on South Wales.
  • -based mechanized production on greenfield sites, using semi-skilled labour and producing in different sectors from those previously dominant. This restructuring had important consequent effects on the development of the urban built form
  • The A. examines the changing course and effects of direct intervention, by the central state, in local spatial change. The New Town started as a response to the local labour movement's demands for better living conditions and secure employment
  • The A. looks at one particular aspect of uneven development: the relations in the workplace between management and workforces. In wing various strategies to sectonalize and control labour, managements effectively help create social deprivation