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Anthropology of Europe
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Views from Europe
Marie Chabrol, Anaïs Collet, Matthieu Giroud, Lydie Launay, Max Rousseau and Hovig Ter Minassian
270 pages, 22 illus., bibliog., index
ISBN 978-1-80073-658-0 $135.00/£99.00 / Hb / Not Yet Published (October 2022)
eISBN 978-1-80073-659-7 eBook Not Yet Published
“It was useful to be reminded about the original debates between those who focused on demand for gentrified housing as opposed to those who focused on its supply … the authors I felt de-toxified a debate that has sometimes become a rather sterile war of ideological position.” • Tim Butler, King's College London
“It’s an interesting book, offering a different perspective on the multiple facets of gentrification. It shows a considerable range of theories, approaches, perspectives and case studies, therefore highlighting also the ambiguity of a concept.” • Giovanni Semi, University of Torino
Offering an original discussion of the gentrification phenomenon in Europe, this book provides new theoretical insights into classical works on the subject. Using a thorough analysis of the diversity of the forms, places and actors of gentrification in an attempt to isolate its ‘DNA’, the book addresses the place of social groups in cities, their competition over the appropriation of space, the infrastructure unequally offered to them by economic and political actors and the stakes of everyday social relationships.
Marie Chabrol is a lecturer in the department of geography of the University of Picardy Jules Verne, in Amiens (France), and a member of the Habiter le Monde research unit.
Anaïs Collet is a lecturer in the faculty of social sciences of the University of Strasbourg (France) and a member of the SAGE research unit (CNRS).
Matthieu Giroud was a lecturer in the department of geography of Paris-Est University (France) and a member of the ACP (Analyse Comparée des Pouvoirs) research unit.
Lydie Launay is a lecturer in the department of sociology of the Institut National Universitaire Jean-François Champollion, in Albi (France), and a member of the LISST research unit (CNRS).
Max Rousseau is a politist and geographer at the Centre de Coopération Internationale en Recherche Agronomique pour le Développement (CIRAD; French Agricultural Research Centre for International Development).
Hovig Ter Minassian is a lecturer in the department of geography of the University of Tours (France), and a member of the CITERES research unit (CNRS).
Subject: Urban StudiesSociologyAnthropology (General)
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