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|Citation:||Matthews P & O'Brien D (2015) Introduction. In: O'Brien D & Matthews P (eds.) After Urban Regeneration: Communities, policy and place. Connected Communities. Bristol: Policy Press, pp. 1-6. http://www.policypress.co.uk/display.asp?k=9781447324164|
|Series/Report no.:||Connected Communities|
|Abstract:||First paragraph: This edited collection has emerged from a range of studies funded through the UK Arts and Humanities Research Council’s Connected Communities programme. It uses the evidence and knowledge created by a range of projects to explore two theses: firstly that the UK and England in particular has now entered a “post-regeneration era”; secondly, that new relationships are being developed between academics, universities and “communities” producing new kinds of knowledge. These two propositions are explored throughout the book, but are related to global challenges.|
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