This book on Sociological Study of City mainly focuses on the development of Urban Sociology from its pioneers to the later radical orders. The influence of industrialism in urbanization, as illustrated by early pioneers of the subject, it seems, has been a salient component in various theories that have come along since. As such each and every theory stemming from different focus points such as transitional communities, housing classes, class conflicts, space, capital, and markets are all firmly rooted in industrialism, and capitalism. However, there is much dissimilarity among the many urban theorists in their approach, owing to their respective focus points. While the Chicago School attempts to examine the structure of the urban locale, the radical theorists focus on the many struggles that originate within. Overall, this book, exploring the theories on city, is prepared with a view to provide a clear theoretical understanding of the nature and functions of city. It is hoped that the present book will provide a background and valuable insights for University Students and Scholars who are pursuing in Urban Studies, Sociology of City, Urban Policy, and Urban Planning.