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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Community cohesion in crisis.
Bristol : Policy, 2008
|All Authors / Contributors:||
John Flint; David Robinson, (College teacher)
|ISBN:||9781847420244 1847420249 1847420230 9781847420237|
|Description:||vii, 277 pages ; 24 cm|
|Contents:||Introduction ̃David Robinson and John Flint; Part one: Discourses on cohesion and neighbourhoods: The 'disputed territories' of neighbourhoods ̃David Robinson; Community cohesion and problematised people and places ̃Jon Burnett; The stigmatisation of young people's cultures and places ̃Lynn Hancock; Part two: Dynamics of neighbourhood diversity and cohesion: Housing market interventions and the connectivity of places ̃Ian Cole; Employment and disconnection: cultures of worklessness in neighbourhoods ̃Del Roy Fletcher; Beyond 'social glue': faith, social capital and community ̃Robert Furbey; Shifting geographies of minority ethnic settlement: remaking communities in Oldham and Rochdale ̃Deborah Phillips, Ludi Simpson and Sameera Hussain; The contribution of voluntary and community organisations to social and cultural cohesion in neighbourhoods ̃Peter Wells and Sarah Pearson; Welfare state institutions and secessionary spaces ̃John Flint; Part three: New dimensions of neighbourhood disconnections: New immigration and neighbourhood cohesion ̃Kesia Reeve; The impacts of territoriality on neighbourhood dynamics ̃Keith Kintrea and Naofumi Suzuki; Geodemographics and the construction of differentiated neighbourhoods ̃Roger Burrows; Gated communities and neighbourhood cohesion ̃Sarah Blandy; Conclusions ̃David Robinson and John Flint.|
|Responsibility:||edited by John Flint and David Robinson.|
"This collection is highly recommended to all those who are engaged in work to promote cohesion." Runnymede Trust Bulletin