I haven’t seen books yet that deal so directly with peer to peer issues regarding urbanism:
* Book: Radical Inclusivity. Architecture and Urbanism. Edited by Krzysztof Nawratek. dpr-barcelona, 2015
From the publisher’s description:
“The real strength of today’s protest movements is not conflict, but a reclaimed solidarity and newly rebuilt sense of community. The real “we are all in this together” of people losing their homes, jobs, life savings and those who know how easily they can succumb to similar misfortune. In the face of adversity, the sense of community is reborn together with a selfless impulse to help. ‘Empathy’ and ‘inclusiveness’ become key words. A new community and the language it establishes emerge in cooperatives and movements working for the common good. In this book we imagine the architecture and urbanism of this emerging community.
With contributions by: Camilio Boano, Kasia Nawratek, Murray Fraser, Chloe Willis, Lucas Ward, Dido Graham, Fran Tonkiss, Alona Martinez Perez, Tom Penny, Jack Woodward, Anna Minton, Yusnani Mohd Yusof, Marek Kozlowski, David Johnson, Joshua Cole, Matthew Gandy, Robert Brown, Jaimie Li How Cheong, Adam Adamopoulos, Lee Cheetham, Matt Coker, Matt Clark, Emily Argall, Emily Argall, Simon Bradbury, Denise Morado, Ethel Baraona Pohl.
Radical Inclusivity by Krzysztof Nawratek and dpr-barcelona is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.”