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Title From conflict to inclusion in housing : interaction of communities, residents and activists / edited by Graham Cairns, Georgios Artopoulos and Kirsten Day.

Published London : UCL Press, 2017.
©2017

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Physical description 1 online resource.
Series Housing: critical futures
Housing: critical futures.
Books at JSTOR Open Access
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Editorial commentary: on the architecture of housing commons -- 1. Occupied city: Hotel Cambridge and central Sao Paulo between urban decay and resurrection -- 2. Conflict sites in a time of crisis: negotiating a space and place for Gypsies and travelers -- 3. Aceh post-tsunamii housing reconstruction: a critical analysis of approaches, designs and socio-cultural implications -- 4. Postproduced: how adaptive redesign and participatory approaches can transform ageing housing -- 5. Integrated approaches and interventions for the regeneration of abandoned towns in southern Italy --6. The role of community-driven finance in bridging formal and informal practices in housing: insights from Vinh, Vietnam -- 7. Clearing stock of the invisible: effects of cosmopolitan power on the supply of affordable housing -- 8. Art does matter: creating interventions in our thinking about housing -- 9. Uncanny home: considering race and American housing policy in Milk Kelley's Mobile Homestead -- 10. The real 'housos': reclaiming identity and place -- 11. Sharing the domestic through 'residential performance' -- 12. Contesting 'dilapidated dwelling'.
""Half Title""; ""Series Information""; ""Title Page""; ""Copyright Page""; ""Table of Contents""; ""Table of Figures""; ""Table of Tables""; ""List of Contributors""; ""Introduction""; ""Editorial commentary: On the architecture of housing commons""; ""Section 1 Socially engaged practices of housing and contested environments: Participatory practices and negotiation policies/sharing and relation with place""; ""1 Occupied city: Hotel Cambridge and central São Paulo between urban decay and resurrection""; ""Introduction""; ""Centre of prosperity""; ""Centre of decline""
""Centre of popularisation""""Centre of recrudescence""; ""Centre of proto-urbanity""; ""2 Conflict sites in a time of crisis: Negotiating a space and place for Gypsies and Travellers""; ""Introduction""; ""Historical development of accommodation conflict""; ""Conflict, space and identity""; ""From conflict to negotiation""; ""Planning for new sites: a political and media battle zone""; ""Policy-designed conflict: unauthorised encampments""; ""Necessary conditions, and tools for negotiation""; ""Conclusion""
""3 Aceh post-tsunami housing reconstruction: A critical analysis of approaches, designs and socio-cultural implications""""Literature review""; ""Methodology""; ""Findings and discussion""; ""Housing reconstruction approaches""; ""Transformation of construction typology""; ""Building back better""; ""Conclusion""; ""Section 2 Spatial politics of housing: Affordable housing, self-build, re-building and the economics/policies of housing""; ""4 Postproduced: How adaptive redesign and participatory approaches can transform ageing housing""; ""Introduction""
""Ageing apartment buildings: the need for management and decision making""""Building maintenance and adequate property utilisation""; ""The challenges of decision making""; ""Ageing apartment buildings: the need to respond to demographic change""; ""Changing resident profiles""; ""Aesthetic sensibilities""; ""Future demographic developments""; ""The transformative potential of adaptive redesign: linking economic, social and environmental benefits""; ""Social benefits of adaptive redesign in collaboration with residents""; ""Prefabrication and off-the shelf materials""
""Leveraging land value for improved living experiences: activating communal space""""Leveraging property value for improved living experiences: customising home""; ""Trialling new models of habitation to inform evidence-based policy change""; ""Participatory design processes: opportunities and limitations""; ""Concluding thoughts""; ""5 Integrated approaches and interventions for the regeneration of abandoned towns in southern Italy: May East""; ""Ghost towns: causes of abandonment""; ""Ghosts towns in Italy""; ""Scenarios of revitalisation""
Summary Socio-political views on housing have been brought to the fore in recent years by global economic crises, a notable rise of international migration and intensified trans-regional movement phenomena. Adopting this viewpoint, From Conflict to Inclusion in Housing maps the current terrain of political thinking, ethical conversations and community activism that complements the current discourse on new opportunities to access housing. Its carefully selected case studies cover many geographical contexts, including the UK, the US, Brazil, Australia, Asia and Europe. Importantly, the volume presents t.
Other author Cairns, Graham, editor.
Artopoulos, Georgios, editor.
Day, Kirsten, editor.
JSTOR issuing body.
Subject Housing.
Social integration.
Electronic books.
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