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Abstract This paper analyzes two phases of the history of the National City Park in Stockholm: the process preceding formal park establishment and the ongoing place construction following park establishment. With thematic narrative analysis, I show that constructing the National City Park as a...
Abstract This paper considers an unexamined mechanism in the selection processes that sort the urban poor into different neighborhood environments: the landlord. Scholars of poverty and residential mobility have long been interested in how the choices of low–income families interact with...
Abstract Prior research has illuminated the destructive impact of redevelopment in racially marginalized U.S. barrios, but we know little about middle–class Mexican Americans’ perceptions of barrio redevelopment, why they may perceive redevelopment in different ways, and what the implications of...
Abstract Since the late 1990s, scores of American cities have witnessed the re–emergence of large–scale homeless encampments for the first time since the Great Depression. Commonly portrayed as rooted in the national economic downturn and functionally undifferentiated, this paper demonstrates...
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