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Beyond Housing Displacement

conceptual and methodological issues

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This book presents an interdisciplinary take on housing displacement. It brings together researchers working in the fields of urban studies, housing, citizenship and migration studies to discuss exclusionary housing policies and governance practices at the urban scale. It demonstrates how housing displacement manifests itself in various ways that can, but do not have to, involve physical displacement. It explores the concepts of displacement pressure, un-homing, banishment and critically assesses our conceptual apparatus and methodologies at hand. It provides global perspectives, with case studies from the US, the UK, Australia, Canada, China, India, Sweden, Hungary. This book offers a timely and topical contribution on housing displacement in the aftermath of the foreclosure crises in the US, Spain, and other countries.

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Guy Baeten, Professor, Department of Urban Studies, Malmo University, Sweden Carina Listerborn, Professor, Department of Urban Studies, Malmo University, Sweden Emil Pull, Lecturer, Department of Urban Studies, Malmo University, Sweden
Release date Australia
February 20th, 2020
Edited by Carina Listerborn Edited by Emil Pull Edited by Guy Baeten Edited by Maria Persdotter
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
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