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Urban Renewal, Community and Participation

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Urban Renewal, Community and Participation
Theory, Policy and Practice

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Auteur(s) :Nicholas Wise et Julie Clark
Editeur :SPRINGER VERLAG
Parution :05/2018
Langue :Anglais Anglais
ISBN :9783319723105
Reliure :Livre relié
Prix :94.00 € ttc
Disponibilité :Livraison sous 2 à 10 jours ouvrables.

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Urban Renewal, Community and Participation

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<div>This edited collection investigates the human dimension of urban renewal, using a range of case studies from Africa, Asia, Europe, India and North America, to explore how the conception and delivery of regeneration initiatives can strengthen or undermine local communities.
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</div>Ultimately aiming to understand how urban residents can successfully influence or manage change in their own communities, contributing authors interrogate the complex relationships between policy, planning, economic development, governance systems, history and urban morphology. Alongside more conventional methods, analytical approaches include built form analysis, participant observation, photographic analysis and urban labs. <div>
</div><div>Appealing to upper level undergraduate and masters' students, academics and others involved in urban renewal, the book offers a rich combination of theoretical insight and empirical analysis, contributing to literature on gentrification, the right to the city, and community participation in neighbourhood change. </div>

Table des matières :

Foreword.- Introduction.- Chapter 1 Gentrification and displacement: experiences from the inner city of Johannesburg, South Africa (Delia Ah Goo).- Chapter 2 Wrong Side of the Tracks? London's Railway Neighbourhoods (Tom Bolton).- Chapter 3 Community perceptions of Urban Regeneration: Reinventing the wheel or the secret of our success? (Julie Clark and Valerie Wright).- Chapter 4 Market modernization and the sense of place lost in transformation (Sungkyung Lee).- Chapter 5 New East Manchester? Historicizing health, wellness, and the working class body to resist gentrification (Katherine Luke).- Chapter 6 "We are as grassroots as it gets": Developing A Community Land Trust for The Right To The City (Tara Franklin-Mitchell).- Chapter 7 Participatory citymaking: The harmony of the anti-poor and the democratic in urban renewal (Priti Narayan).- Chapter 8 Urban Renewal, social capital and sense of community: A Tale of Two Neighbourhoods in Hong Kong (Mee Kam Ng).- Chapter 9 Citizen Participation and Public Funding in Ohio (Amy Rock).- Chapter 10 Community led Social Housing Regeneration: Between the Formal and the Informal (Pablo Sendra).- Chapter 11 The need for holistic community development in sites of neighbourhood change (Amber Thurber).- Chapter 12 Social Regeneration, Wellbeing and Legacy: How NGO's help Haitians find a Sense of Community (Nicholas Wise).- Chapter 13 Colonial Heritage Conservation in Contemporary Qindao, China (Xiaolin Zang).- Chapter 14 URB@Exp: Urban Labs as a new form of Participation and Governance (Friedrich M. Zimmermann).- Conclusion and Directions for Future Research (Nicholas Wise and Julie Clark).

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