Paradoxes of Segregation: Housing Systems, Welfare Regimes and Ethnic Residential Change in Southern European Cities
Dr Sonia Arbaci Sallazzaro
(University College London, Bartlett School of Planning)
Through an international comparative research, Paradoxes of Segregation examines ethnic residential segregation patterns in relation to the wider society and mechanisms of socio-spatial division in Western Europe, with a focus on eight Southern European cities. It develops an innovative interdisciplinary approach to explore these patterns in relation to welfare regimes, housing systems, immigration, planning and the socio‐urban structure of the city. The book challenges reductive notions of segregation that dominate theory and policy, and re‐centres the segregation debate on production of inequality, and the role of the state in these processes with important implications for urban theories and policies.
Full Entry Title
Arbaci, S. (2019) 'Paradoxes of Segregation. Housing Systems, Welfare Regimes and Ethnic Residential Change in Southern European Cities', John Wiley & Sons Ltd: New York & Chicester - IJURR Studies in Urban and Social Change Book Series