De, prefix. Having the sense of undoing the action of the simple verb, or of depriving (anything) of the thing or character therein expressed
Industrialization, n. The development of industries in a country or region on a wide scale; the process of industrializing or fact of being industrialized.

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Texts and other related media

Berger, Alan. Drosscape: Wasting Land Urban America. New York, NY: Princeton Architectural Press, 2006.
Czerniak, Julia. Formerly Urban: Projecting Rustbelt Futures. New York, NY: Princeton Architectual Press, 2013.
Hollander, Justin B. "Moving Toward a Shrinking Cities Metric: Analyzing Land Use Changes Associated With Depopulation in Flint, Michigan." Cityscape 12, no. 1 (2010): 133-51. Hollander, Justin B., and Jeremy Németh. "The Bounds of Smart Decline: A Foundational Theory for Planning Shrinking Cities." Housing Policy Debate 21, no. 3 (2011): 349-67.
Jaffe, Greg. “The strange summer land rush in Peoria’s dying south end.” The Washington Post. August 14, 2021.
J. Max Bond Center. “Mapping America’s Legacy Cities 2015.” City College of New York, 2015.
JSTOR. “The Origins of the Urban Crisis: Race and Inequality in Postwar Detroit - Updated Edition.” Image. JSTOR, 2005.
Kaufman, Dan. "The End of the Line." New York Times Magazine. May 1, 2019. Lanks, Belinda. “Creative Shrinkage.” New York Times Magazine. December 10, 2006. 
Latz, Peter. “The Idea of Making Time Visible.” TOPOS 33 (December 2000): 94–99.
Mallach, Alan, Lavea Brachman. “Regenerating America’s Legacy Cities.” Lincoln Institute of Land Policy, 2013.
Popper, Deborah E. and Frank J. Popper. "Small Can Be Beautiful: Coming to Terms with Decline: Americans Tend to Think That Places, Once Settled, Stay Settled. (Smart Decline)." Planning 68, no. 7 (2002): 20.
Ryan, Brent D. and Lorena Bello. “The Fiscal Topography of the Shrinking City.” Prospecta 47: Money, The Yale Architectural Journal (2014): 199-205.
Silverman, Robert M., Li Yin, & Kelly L. Patterson.  “Dawn of the Dead City: An Exploratory Analysis of Vacant Addresses in Buffalo, NY 20082010.” Journal of Urban Affairs 35, no. 2 (2013): 131-152. Spencer, Douglas. “Returns on the City: Detroit and the Design of Late Fordism.” Harvard Design Magazine 46 (2018).
Sugrue, Thomas J. ‘The Damning Mark of False Prosperities’: The Deindustrialization of Detroit” in The Origins of the Urban Crisis; Race and Inequality in Postwar Detroit. Princeton Studies in American Politics. Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press, 1996: 125-152.
Swope, Christopher. “Smart Decline.” Governing Magazine, November 2006.