This title was first published in 2000. This work has its origins in the 1995 Congress of the International Federation for Housing and Planning, held in Belfast. The theme was "Accommodating Differences". "Differences" were defined in broad terms, and included ethnic and social, economic and political differences. However, Frederick W. Boal's own interest in ethnic differences motivated him to invite a number of Congress participants to make available their papers for inclusion in this book of essays. It seeks to offer experience that can be drawn on by housing practitioners who are operating in multi-ethnic contexts. It also provides empirical material that should contribute to the development of more soundly-based theoretical insights in both urban sociology and social geography.
Table of Contents
Figures and tables -- Contributors -- Preface -- Part One: Introduction /Frederick Boal -- 2 The consequences of segregation /Ceri Peach -- Part Two: South Africa -- 3 Dealing with differences: the South African experience /Kader Asmal -- 4 Voices across the divide: undoing racial segregation in South Africa /Abigail Goldberg -- 5 Conflict, empowerment and planning in post-apartheid South Africa /John Muller -- Part Three: other African and Latin American experiences -- 6 Ethnic communities, access to housing and exclusion: the case of the Haitian immigrants of French Guyana /Eric Gallibour -- 7 Jwaneng: a case study of socio-economic and ethnic integrated town planning /Sergio-Albio Gonzalez -- Part Four: the United States: principles and practice -- 8 From civil rights to national rights: the development of race as a nationality concept /James Upton and Rebeka Maples -- 9 Opening housing opportunities: changing Federal housing policy in the United States /John Goering -- 10 Racial and ethnic diversity in US urban communities: challenging the perceived inevitability of segregation /Michael Maly and Philip Nyden -- Part Five: Israel: seeking the ‘New Jerusalem’ -- 11 Some socio-spatial perspectives on co-existence between Arabs and Jews in five mixed cities in Israel /Ghazi Falah -- 12 The Jewish-Arab struggle for the environs of Jerusalem /Elisha Efrat -- 13 The dilemma of public housing in a multi-ethnic society /Arza Churchman and Gilbert Herbert -- 14 Housing solutions for a mass population of immigrants: the Israeli experience /Adam Buchman -- Part Six: the United Kingdom: immigrants and natives -- 15 Addressing the housing needs of minority ethnic communities: towards a pluralistic ethnic housing policy /Richard Tomlins -- 16 Housing preferences and strategies: an exploration of Pakistani experiences in Glasgow /Alison Bowes, Naira Dar and Duncan Sim -- 17 Living apart in Belfast: residential segregation in a context of ethnic conflict /Paul Doherty and Michael Poole -- 18 Belfast’s peace lines and potential directions for local planning /Brendan Murtagh -- 19 Owner occupier residential search in a divided city /John McPeake -- Part Seven: the European ‘mainland9: managing heterogeneity -- 20 The rise and fall of the ‘City of the Future’ /Wicher Nieuwenhuis and Glenn Willemsen -- 21 Colourful districts: west European cities moving towards multi-ethnicity /Hugo Priemus -- 22 Housing Co-operative Ludwig-Frank, Mannheim /Claus Hachmann -- Part Eight: widening the remit -- 23 Ethnicity and language: issues for housing policy /Malcolm Fisk -- 24 Ethnic minorities and leisure in the countryside: lessons from the American research /Simon Arlidge -- 25 Accommodating ‘Travellers ’ /Liam Byrne -- 26 The meaning of home for African-Caribbean-British people /Peter Somerville -- Part Nine: pluralistic accommodation? -- 27 Putting it all together /Frederick Boal -- Consolidated bibliography -- Index.