Mixed-Occupancy Housing in London: A Living Tapestry
This book recounts an ethnographic study of a mixed-occupancy housing estate near the centre of London, refocusing the scholarly conversation around social housing in the U.K. after the 1980 Housing Act. Rather than examining the long-term consequences of ‘Right to Buy,’ such as shortages in... Full description
|1st Person:||Rosbrook-Thompson, James|
|Additional Corporate Bodies:||SpringerLink (Online service)|
|Additional Persons:||Armstrong, Gary [author]|
|Type of Publication:||Book|
Cham Springer International Publishing 2018, 2018
|Edition:||1st ed. 2018|
Palgrave Studies in Urban Anthropology
- A Living Tapestry?
- 2. Setting the Scene
- 3. Mixed Occupancy – Mixed Occupations?
- 4. Custodians of (Dis)order: The Pusher, the Publican and the Matriarch
- 5. Rubbing Along: Proximity and Understandings of Difference
- 6. Habitable Space? The Price of Gentrification
- 7. Mater out of Place? Women, Mobility, Livelihood and Power
- 8. Conclusion: The Tapestry Unpicked?