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the restoration of run-down urban areas by the middle class (resulting in the displacement of low-income residents)

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rather than a representative of the neighbourhood," says Jordan Teicher, careful not to discourage gentrification.
No stranger to making incendiary remarks about race and society, Lee said gentrification had little regard for people who ''have a culture that's been laid down for generations.
voluminous qualitative and social-theoretical work on gentrification is
Research evidence suggests that gentrification has been a largely negative process resulting in the breaking-up and displacement of poorer communities (Anderson et al.
What we found was that gentrification was happening due to increased property values.
Perhaps the most important argument made by Schulman in this book is calling attention to the major loss of lives from the early AIDS crisis-80,000 in New York City alone-that led to mass vacancies in affordable downtown apartments and ultimately resulted in mass gentrification of those areas.
The goal of the panel is to discuss how art spaces participate in urban regeneration and gentrification of Downtown Cairo," said Szremski.
of Applied Sciences, Dusseldorf, Germany) examines the struggle over the Sternschanze neighborhood of Hamburg as left-wing activists, residents, and subcultural actors resisted gentrification.
The episode on gentrification was the eighth episode on the self-help and social issue based podcast GluckRadio.
La gentrification se definit comme un phenomene physique, economique, social et culturel impliquant un quartier autrefois habite par les classes defavorisees et dans lequel on constate << l'invasion >> par une population (plus) favorisee (voir par exemple Hamnett 2008).
Still, for me, the best meal in the world, despite the gentrification of Caroline Street.
The Invention of Brownstone Brooklyn: Gentrification and the Search for Authenticity in Postwar New York tells of a notorious industrial slum of the 1940s and 1950s which by the 1980s had become a Mecca for hip bars, yoga studios, and expensive townhouses.
Power at the Roots: Gentrification, Community Gardens, and the Puerto Ricans of the Lower East Side
This study refers to gentrification as a process whereby lower-class residents of degraded residential neighborhoods are displaced by higher income, White inhabitants, who invest in local infrastructure rehabilitation.
In his letter in a recent issue of American Theatre, Gary Lime takes umbrage with what he sees as the negative tenor of David Freedlander's recent article about Danny Hoch's new solo show [Taking Over] and his ideas about gentrification ("Gentrification Blues," Feb.