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This foundational text for understanding housing, housing design, homeownership, housing policy, special topics in housing, and housing in a global context has been comprehensively revised to reflect the changed housing situation in the United States during and after the Great Recession and its subsequent movements toward recovery. The book focuses on the complexities of housing and housing-related issues, engendering an understanding of housing, its relationship to national economic factors, and housing policies. It comprises individual chapters written by housing experts who have specialization within the discipline or field, offering commentary on the physical, social, psychological, economic, and policy issues that affect the current housing landscape in the United States and abroad, while proposing solutions to its challenges.
Katrin B. Anacker is an associate professor of public policy at George Mason University and the North American editor of the International Journal of Housing Policy.
Andrew T. Carswell is an associate professor of family and consumer sciences at the University of Georgia and the editor of Encyclopedia of Housing.
Sarah D. Kirby is a professor and department extension leader of agricultural and human sciences at North Carolina State University.
Kenneth R. Tremblay (1953-2015) was a professor and extension housing specialist at the College of Health and Human Sciences, Colorado State University.
Release date Australia
June 30th, 2018
Contributions by Akin S. Akinyemi
Contributions by Jorge H. Atiles
Contributions by Julia O. Beamish
Contributions by Marilyn J. Bruin
Contributions by Mira Ahn
Edited by Andrew T. Carswell
Edited by Katrin B. Anacker
Edited by Kenneth R. Tremblay
Edited by Sarah D. Kirby
With Housing Education Research Association
Country of Publication
2nd Revised edition
28 black & white photographs
University of Georgia Press
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