|Appears in Collections:||Faculty of Social Sciences Research Reports|
|Peer Review Status:||Unrefereed|
|Title:||Participation and Community on Bradford's Traditionally White Estates - Summary|
|Citation:||Pearce J & Milne E (2010) Participation and Community on Bradford's Traditionally White Estates - Summary. Joseph Rowntree Foundation, 2509. Joseph Rowntree Foundation.|
|Keywords:||Joseph Rowntree Foundation|
Community Based Research
Participatory Action Research
International Centre for Participation Studies
Innovative Research Methods
New Labour housing policy
post war estates
community based analysis
Braithwaite and Guardhouse
Aire Wharf Housing Association
|Publisher:||Joseph Rowntree Foundation|
|Abstract:||This research shows how residents on two traditionally white estates understand their communities. It explores how they participate within them and with agencies and other bodies, with the emphasis on residents’ own views. It considers why, given the partial achievements and commitment to improving the lives of the most excluded social groups, government has been unable to generate sustainable change in such settings.|
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|Affiliation:||University of Bradford|
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