The Resource Good places to live : poverty and public housing in Canada, Jim Silver

Good places to live : poverty and public housing in Canada, Jim Silver

Label
Good places to live : poverty and public housing in Canada
Title
Good places to live
Title remainder
poverty and public housing in Canada
Statement of responsibility
Jim Silver
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
NLC
http://library.link/vocab/creatorDate
1946-
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Silver, Jim
Dewey number
363.5/850971
Index
no index present
LC call number
HD
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Public housing
  • Urban poor
  • Logement social
  • Pauvres en milieu urbain
Label
Good places to live : poverty and public housing in Canada, Jim Silver
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Contents
  • Urban Poverty in the U.S.
  • Discourses of Demonization
  • Poverty and Socio-Economic Structure
  • Canadian Inner-City Poverty
  • New Canadian Poverty
  • Public Housing in the U.S.
  • Public Housing in Canada
  • Problems Now
  • Power and Danger of Popular Discourse
  • Role of Neoliberalism
  • Machine generated contents note:
  • HOPE VI
  • 3.
  • "It's Prime Land, and Why Would They Leave That to Poor People?"
  • Vancouver's Little Mountain Housing
  • Vancouver: Gateway to Asia
  • Housing and Low-Income People in Vancouver
  • Little Mountain Housing
  • What Made Little Mountain a Good Place to Live?
  • Issue of Design
  • Why Is Little Mountain Being Redeveloped?
  • 1.
  • Conflict Looms
  • Lost Opportunity
  • Profits Before Shelter
  • 4.
  • "Because It's Not About Creating New Housing!"
  • Contradictions and Limitations in the Redevelopment of Regent Park
  • Origins and Early Years of Regent Park
  • Redevelopment of Regent Park as a Neoliberal Project
  • Regent Park Redevelopment: Simply a Case of Gentrification?
  • Limits of Social Mix
  • Good Places to Live
  • Challenge of Community Engagement
  • Negotiating the Social Development Plan
  • Transformation, not Amelioration?
  • Role of Community-Based Organizations
  • Reasons to be Cautious About the Outcomes
  • Losing a Community: Who Benefits from Redevelopment?
  • 5.
  • "We're Not Goin' Nowhere"
  • Case of Halifax's Uniacke Square
  • Remaking Halifax
  • Poverty and Public Housing
  • Shortage of Low-Income Rental Housing
  • Destruction of Public Housing
  • North End and Uniacke Square
  • Post-War Decline of Gottingen Street and the North End
  • Bulldozers of Urban Renewal
  • Gentrification
  • "The Condos Are Coming"
  • North End Halifax as a Mixed-Income Neighbourhood
  • Is This a Modern-Day Africville?
  • Alternative Way Forward for Uniacke Square
  • Four Public Housing Projects
  • Building on the Assets
  • Community-Based Organizations
  • Learning from Africville
  • 6.
  • Rebuilding from Within
  • Winnipeg's Lord Selkirk Park
  • 100 Years of Poverty and Bad Housing
  • Decline of Lord Selkirk Park
  • Forty Years Later: Deep Problems
  • Internalized Colonization
  • Appendix: Methodology
  • Rebuilding from Within
  • Gains in Lord Selkirk Park
  • Struggle for Funding
  • Bringing Education to the Developments
  • Job Creation and Local Hiring
  • Building a Community of Opportunity and Hope
  • Need for State Involvement
  • 7.
  • Building Good Places to Live
  • There Is an Alternative
  • 2.
  • New Urban Poverty and Public Housing
Dimensions
23 cm.
Extent
157 p.
Isbn
9781552664148
Lccn
2010467143
System control number
  • (CaMWU)u2410284-01umb_inst
  • 2466327
  • (Sirsi) i9781552664148
  • (OCoLC)695978704
Label
Good places to live : poverty and public housing in Canada, Jim Silver
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Contents
  • Urban Poverty in the U.S.
  • Discourses of Demonization
  • Poverty and Socio-Economic Structure
  • Canadian Inner-City Poverty
  • New Canadian Poverty
  • Public Housing in the U.S.
  • Public Housing in Canada
  • Problems Now
  • Power and Danger of Popular Discourse
  • Role of Neoliberalism
  • Machine generated contents note:
  • HOPE VI
  • 3.
  • "It's Prime Land, and Why Would They Leave That to Poor People?"
  • Vancouver's Little Mountain Housing
  • Vancouver: Gateway to Asia
  • Housing and Low-Income People in Vancouver
  • Little Mountain Housing
  • What Made Little Mountain a Good Place to Live?
  • Issue of Design
  • Why Is Little Mountain Being Redeveloped?
  • 1.
  • Conflict Looms
  • Lost Opportunity
  • Profits Before Shelter
  • 4.
  • "Because It's Not About Creating New Housing!"
  • Contradictions and Limitations in the Redevelopment of Regent Park
  • Origins and Early Years of Regent Park
  • Redevelopment of Regent Park as a Neoliberal Project
  • Regent Park Redevelopment: Simply a Case of Gentrification?
  • Limits of Social Mix
  • Good Places to Live
  • Challenge of Community Engagement
  • Negotiating the Social Development Plan
  • Transformation, not Amelioration?
  • Role of Community-Based Organizations
  • Reasons to be Cautious About the Outcomes
  • Losing a Community: Who Benefits from Redevelopment?
  • 5.
  • "We're Not Goin' Nowhere"
  • Case of Halifax's Uniacke Square
  • Remaking Halifax
  • Poverty and Public Housing
  • Shortage of Low-Income Rental Housing
  • Destruction of Public Housing
  • North End and Uniacke Square
  • Post-War Decline of Gottingen Street and the North End
  • Bulldozers of Urban Renewal
  • Gentrification
  • "The Condos Are Coming"
  • North End Halifax as a Mixed-Income Neighbourhood
  • Is This a Modern-Day Africville?
  • Alternative Way Forward for Uniacke Square
  • Four Public Housing Projects
  • Building on the Assets
  • Community-Based Organizations
  • Learning from Africville
  • 6.
  • Rebuilding from Within
  • Winnipeg's Lord Selkirk Park
  • 100 Years of Poverty and Bad Housing
  • Decline of Lord Selkirk Park
  • Forty Years Later: Deep Problems
  • Internalized Colonization
  • Appendix: Methodology
  • Rebuilding from Within
  • Gains in Lord Selkirk Park
  • Struggle for Funding
  • Bringing Education to the Developments
  • Job Creation and Local Hiring
  • Building a Community of Opportunity and Hope
  • Need for State Involvement
  • 7.
  • Building Good Places to Live
  • There Is an Alternative
  • 2.
  • New Urban Poverty and Public Housing
Dimensions
23 cm.
Extent
157 p.
Isbn
9781552664148
Lccn
2010467143
System control number
  • (CaMWU)u2410284-01umb_inst
  • 2466327
  • (Sirsi) i9781552664148
  • (OCoLC)695978704

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