Changing Neighbourhoods : Social and Spatial Polarization in Canadian Cities. (Book, 2020) []
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Changing Neighbourhoods : Social and Spatial Polarization in Canadian Cities.

Changing Neighbourhoods : Social and Spatial Polarization in Canadian Cities.

Author: Jill Grant
Publisher: University of British Columbia Press 2020.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats

Changing Neighbourhoods offers revealing insights into the way that Canadian cities have grown increasingly unequal and polarized since 1980, identifying the causal factors driving neighbourhood  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jill Grant
ISBN: 9780774862028 0774862025
OCLC Number: 1153032419
Description: 352 p.
Contents: Foreword / Janet L. SmithPrefacePart 1: Exploring Neighbourhood Change1 Inequality and Neighbourhood Change: Context, Concept, and Process / Larry S. Bourne and J. David Hulchanski2 Plus ca Change: Neighbourhood Inequality in Canadian Cities since 1900 / Richard Harris3 Using Social Dimensions and Neighbourhood Typologies to Characterize Neighbourhood Change / Ivan Townshend and Robert MurdiePart 2: Investigating Neighbourhood Change in Canada4 Inequality and Neighbourhood Change in the Greater Toronto Region / Alan Walks5 Montreal: The Changing Drivers of Inequality between Neighbourhoods / Xavier Leloup and Damaris Rose6 The Social Geography of Uneven Incomes in Metropolitan Vancouver / David Ley and Nicholas Lynch7 Hamilton: Poster Child for Concentrated Poverty / Richard Harris8 Halifax: Scaling Inequality / Jill L. Grant and Howard Ramos9 Neighbourhood Change in Calgary: An Evolving Geography of Income Inequality and Social Difference / Ivan Townshend, Byron Miller, and Derek Cook10 People, Policies, and Place: Indigenous and Immigrant Population Shift s in Winnipeg's Inner-City Neighbourhoods / Jino Distasio and Sarah ZellPart 3: Understanding the Implications of Neighbourhood Change11 Mapping Canada's Fragmented Social Policy Space: Plotting Ways to Reverse Trends in Inequality and Segregation through Coordinated Poverty Reduction / Scott Graham, Stephanie Procyk, and Michelynn Lafleche12 Evaluating Neighbourhood Inequality and Change: Lessons from a National Comparison / Jill L. Grant, Alan Walks, and Howard RamosReferences; Contributors; Index


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Overall, this is an important work for social geography and urban studies. -- M.E. Pfeifer * CHOICE Connect *

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