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Introduction: From Gentrification to Gentrifications

Part I: Structures

Chapter 1. From Industry to Real Estate: Creating the Gentrification Supply
Chapter 2. The Existing Built Environment: How Urban Morphologies Inform Gentrification ‘Potentials’
Chapter 3. On the Diversity of Gentrifers: Structural Effects and Contextual Effects

Part II: Policies

Chapter 4. Are Pro-Gentrification Policies Real? An Evidence-Based Inquiry
Chapter 5. Gentrification: A Matter of Images and Representations
Chapter 6. Moving Upmarket: a Neoliberal Strategy of Urban (Re)Development

Part III: Inhabitants

Chapter 7. Gentrification, Pauperization, Immigration: One Process May Hide Another
Chapter 8. Popular Continuities in Gentrifying Neighbourhoods: The Presences and Practices of Nonresidents
Chapter 9. R Residing in a Gentrifying Neighbourhood: The Importance of Trajectories and Mobilities
Chapter 10. Negotiating Diversity in Daily Life. Controlled Neighbourly Relations and School Choices




Views from Europe

Marie Chabrol, Anaïs Collet, Matthieu Giroud, Lydie Launay, Max Rousseau and Hovig Ter Minassian

266 pages, 22 illus., bibliog., index

ISBN  978-1-80073-658-0 Hb Published (October 2022)

eISBN 978-1-80073-659-7 eBook