anticity

an·ti·cit·y

 (ăn′tē-sĭt′ē, ăn′tī-)
adj.
Hostile to cities and urban environments: anticity development trends.

anticity

(ˌæntɪˈsɪtɪ)
adj
opposed to cities
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Sin constituir una lista exhaustiva, se han recopilado cincuenta nombres para describir la configuracion espacial que siguen las metropolis, entre los que destacan: anticity, ciudades a la carte, exopolis, ciudad galactica, edge city, edgeless city, megacentro, ciudad sin limite, megalopolis, metrotown, penturbia, ciudad region, ciudad policentrica, ciudad desparramada, ciudad aspersora, tecnoburb, etc.
This for me is the anticity, where socioeconomic differences are cast in stone.
(8) They want to escape to a carefree place--what Slater (2002:135) calls 'an anticity'--away from Athens' obsession with lawsuits (33-45).
Each has been analytic- serving as a corrective to anticity prejudices that often ran far ahead of fact and to the authoritarian thinking of government bureaucrats -and each has been celebratory, proclaiming the wonders of the most conventional aspects of city life at a time when they were under attack from all quarters.