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Neighbourhoods of Poverty

Urban Social Exclusion and Integration in Europe

  • Sako Musterd
  • Alan Murie
  • Christian Kesteloot

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xi
  2. Andreas Kapphan, Hartmut Häussermann
    Pages 17-34
  3. Inge Van Nieuwenhuyze, Jan Vranken
    Pages 35-51
  4. Wim Ostendorf, Joos Droogleever Fortuijn
    Pages 52-69
  5. Martin Kronauer, Peter Noller, Berthold Vogel
    Pages 70-86
  6. Alberta Andreotti
    Pages 87-101
  7. Ronald van Kempen
    Pages 102-119
  8. Elise Palomares, Patrick Simon
    Pages 120-138
  9. Peter Lee, Alan Murie, Riette Oosthuizen
    Pages 162-179
  10. Enrica Morlicchio, Enrico Pugliese
    Pages 180-197
  11. Christian Kesteloot, Pascale Mistiaen
    Pages 198-218
  12. Christian Kesteloot, Alan Murie, Sako Musterd
    Pages 219-238
  13. Back Matter
    Pages 239-259

About this book

Introduction

Neighbourhoods of Poverty is concerned with the spatial dimension of urban social exclusion and integration. It draws on research from twenty-two neighbourhoods in eleven European cities: Amsterdam, Rotterdam, Brussels, Antwerp, London, Birmingham, Berlin, Hamburg, Milan, Naples and Paris and addresses two questions: - How do different neighbourhoods have an impact upon the opportunities and perspectives of poor individuals and households? - Are these neighbourhood impacts conditioned by national and welfare state contexts, by the wider metropolitan structures and by specific neighbourhood characteristics? Various aspects of poverty, social exclusion and integration are brought together and provide a new assessment of the place of neighbourhood within these wider debates.

Keywords

assessment employment Europe gender identity integration poverty research unemployment

Editors and affiliations

  • Sako Musterd
    • 1
  • Alan Murie
    • 2
  • Christian Kesteloot
    • 3
  1. 1.Department of Geography, Planning and International Development StudiesUniversity of AmsterdamThe Netherlands
  2. 2.Centre for Urban and Regional StudiesUniversity of BirminghamUK
  3. 3.Institute of Social and Economic GeographyCatholic University of LeuvenBelgium

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