Auteur: Bradley, Quintin
Titel: The tenants' movement
Sub titel: Resident involvement, community action and the contentious politics of housing
'The Tenants' Movement' is both a history of tenant organization and mobilization, and a guide to understanding how the struggles of tenant organizers have come to shape housing policy today. Charting the history of tenant mobilization, and the rise of consumer movements in housing, it is one of the first cross-cultural, historical analyses of tenants’ organizations’ roles in housing policy. 'The Tenants' Movement' shows both the past and future of tenant mobilization. The book’s approach applies social movement theory to housing studies, and bridges gaps between research in urban sociology, urban studies, and the built environment, and provides a challenging study of the ability of contemporary social movements, community campaigns and urban struggles to shape the debate around public services and engage with the unfinished project of welfare reform.
2014, 188 pag., Euro 49,95
Routledge, London, ISBN 9780415720250
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