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The global knowledge economy, the university, and the Southeast Asian city
(Marshall Cavendish Academic, 2006)
Homelessness amongst young people in rural regions of Australia
Challenging the stigma of public housing: preliminary findings from a qualitative study in South Australia
Many poor suburbs in Australia with higher than average numbers of public housing tenants do not simply suffer material disadvantage but also suffer from poor reputations that are reinforced though stigmatising assumptions ...
Governing through participation? The World Bank's new approach to the poor
(University of Kwa-Zulu Natal Press, 2007)
Social networks in public and community housing: the impact on employment outcomes
This article seeks to examine some of the ways in which social networks may contribute to employment outcomes for community and public housing tenants. There is a body of literature that explores the relationship between ...
Social Capital and Housing Tenure in an Adelaide Neighbourhood
In this paper we compare and contrast elements of social capital across different housing tenures in an Adelaide neighbourhood. Using the results of 530 self-completion questionnaires and in-depth qualitative interviews ...