Uzavřené rezidenční areály jako symbol postmoderního města :příklad Prahy
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The aim of this article is to resent gated communities in Prague in the context of postmodern urbanization. The article focuses on the spatial distribution of gated communities, their social structure and the causes of emergence of these residential objects. The research is based on various scientific methods. The article shows that there is no statistically demonstrable logic behind the spatial distribution of gated communities in Prague. Particularly socially privileged inhabitants and affluent foreigners live in these residential areas. The emergence of gated communities in Prague is linked with various processes of postmodern urbanism (internationalization of capital and labour, social polarization, fragmentation, neoliberalism or postfordism).