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Mixed Communities: Gentrification by Stealth?

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Encouraging social and class diversity in neighborhoods has been a major goal of urban policy and planning in a number of different countries. Mixed Communities draws together case studies by a range of international experts to assess the impacts of social mix policies and the degree to which they might represent stealth gentrification, as well as their relationship to wider social, economic, and urban change. From the perspectives of researchers, policy makers and planners, and the residents of the communities themselves, this volume draws on lessons from international comparisons.

About the Author

Gary Bridge is professor of urban studies at the School for Policy Studies, University of Bristol. 
Tim Butler is professor of human geography at King’s College, London, and the Vincent Wright Visiting Professor of Sociology at Sciences Po, Paris. 
Loretta Lees is chair of human geography at the University of Leicester.

Table of Contents

List of tables, figures and photographs

Acknowledgements

Notes on contributors

1. Introduction: gentrification, social mix/ing and mixed communities

      Loretta Lees, Tim Butler and Gary Bridge

Part 1: Reflections on social mix policy

2. Why do birds of a feather flock together? Social mix and social welfare: a quantitative appraisal

      Paul Cheshire

3. Social mix and urban policy

      Patrick Le Galès

4. Mixed Communities and urban policy: reflections from the UK

      Rebecca Tunstall

5. Gentrification without social mixing in the rapidly urbanizing world of Australasia

      Wendy Shaw

Part 2: Social mix in liberal and neoliberal times

6. Social mixing and the historical geography of gentrification

      David Ley

7. Social mix and encounter capacity—a pragmatic social model for a new downtown: the example of HafenCity Hamburg

      Jürgen Bruns-Berentelg

Part 3: Social mix policies and gentrification

8. Mixed-income schools and housing policy in Chicago: a critical examination of the gentrification/education/’racial’ exclusion nexus

      Pauline Lipman

9. Social mix as the aim of a controlled gentrification process: the example of the Goutte d’Or district in Paris

      Marie-Hélène Bacqué and Yankel Fijalkow

10. Beware the Trojan horse: social mix constructions in Melbourne

      Kate Shaw

Part 4: The rhetoric and reality of social mix policies

11. Social mixing as a cure for negative neighbourhood effects: evidence-based policy or urban myth?

      David Manley, Maarten van Ham and Joe Doherty

12. Meanings, politics and realities of social mix and gentrification: a view from Brussels

      Mathieu Van Criekingen

13. ‘Regeneration’ in interesting times: a story of privatisation and gentrification in a peripheral Scottish city

      Sarah Glynn

14. HOPE VI: calling for modesty in its claims 

      James Fraser, James DeFilippis and Joshua Bazuin

Part 5: Experiencing social mix

15. The impossibility of gentrification and social mixing

      Mark Davidson

16. Not the only power in town? Challenging binaries and bringing the working class into gentrification research

      Kirsteen Paton

17. From social mix to political marginalisation? The redevelopment of Toronto’s public housing and the dilution of tenant organisational power

      Martine August and Alan Walks

18. Mixture without mating: partial gentrification in the case of Rotterdam, the Netherlands

      Talja Blokland and Gwen van Eijk

Afterword

      Gary Bridge, Tim Butler and Loretta Lees

References

Index

Product Details

ISBN:
9781847424921
Author:
Bridge, Gary
Publisher:
Policy Press
Author:
Butler, Tim
Author:
Lees, Loretta
Subject:
Public Policy
Subject:
Sociology-Urban Studies
Edition Description:
Paperback
Publication Date:
20130231
Binding:
TRADE PAPER
Language:
English
Illustrations:
17 figures, 12 tables
Pages:
304
Dimensions:
9 x 6 in

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