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- Social inclusion and community regeneration: is the role of public housing excluded?
- Arthurson, Kathy
- This paper is presented in two major parts. In the first half, I want to talk briefly about the origins of the concept of social exclusion, its contested nature and recent manifestation in Australian housing and urban policy. The second section will draw on the findings of empirical research I have been involved in on social inclusion and Australian public housing estates.
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- Conference paper
- Fair and inclusive Australia: selected papers from the ACOSS Congress, Hobart, Tasmania, Australia, 28-29 November 2002
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- Australia; Housing; New South Wales; Public housing; Social exclusion; Social inclusion; Social policy; Social sciences; United Kingdom; Urban sociology; Welfare
- Australian Council of Social Service
- Copyright © 2002 ACOSS. Published version of this paper reproduced with the kind permission of the publisher.
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