1st Edition

Social Exclusion in European Cities
Processes, Experiences and Responses

ISBN 9780117023727
Published September 19, 2002 by Routledge
304 Pages

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Book Description

Across Europe concern is rising over the disintegration of social relations and the growing number of people who are being socially excluded. social Exclustoin in European Cities, the first major study of this topic, provides a definition of social exclusion and looks at both the processes which cause it and the dimensions of the problem throughout Europe. The experiences of people living in areas or neighbourhoods with low rates of social integration are considered, illuminating the human impact of exclusion where it is most visible. Finally the contributors evaluate the various policy and community initiatives which are currently confronting the problem in a wide sample of European Cities on a variety of levels, from inform individual actions to supra-national European Union policy, and suggest new ways in which social exclusion could be tackled. With most large cities experiencing some degree of social exclusion, this is an important volume for all those working in the areas of regional policy, town planning, housing management, social work, community development, sociology, political science and urban studies.

Table of Contents

Part I: Processes and Dimensions of Social Exclusion. Part II: Experiences of Social Exclusion. Part III: Responses to Social Exclusion. Part IV: Conclusions.

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