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1 AN INTERNATIONAL BIBLIOGRAPHY ON TERRITORIAL STIGMATIZATION compiled by Tom Slater, University of Edinburgh Aalbers. M., van Gent, W. and Pinkster, F. (2011) Comparing Deconcentration Policies in the United States and the Netherlands: A Critical Reply to Stal and Zuberi, Cities 28: Andersen, H. S. (2003) Urban Sores: On the interaction between segregation, urban decay and deprived neighbourhoods. London: Ashgate. Arthurson, K. (2004) From stigma to demolition: Australian debates about housing and social exclusion, Journal of Housing and the Built Environment 19 (3): Arthurson, K. (2010) Operationalising Social Mix: Spatial Scale, Lifestyle and Stigma as Mediating Points in Resident Interaction, Urban Policy & Research 28 (1): Arthurson, K. (2012), Social Mix, Reputation and Stigma: Exploring Residents Perspectives of Neighbourhood Effects, in Neighbourhood Effects Research: New Perspectives, ed Maarten van Ham, David Manley, Nick Bailey, Ludi Simpson, Duncan Maclennan, Springer, UK, pp Atkinson, R. and K. Jacobs (2010) Damned by Place, then by Politics: Spatial Disadvantage and the Housing Policy-Research Interface, International Journal of Housing Policy 10 (2): Beach, D. and O. Sernhede (2011) From Learning to Labour to Learning for Marginality: School Segregation and Marginalization in Swedish Suburbs, British Journal of Sociology of Education 32 (2): Bennett, S. (2000) The Possibility of a Beloved Place: Residents and Placemaking in Public Housing Communities Saint Louis University Public Law Review 19: Blokland, T. (2008) You Got To Remember You Live in Public Housing: Place- Making in an American Housing Project, Housing, Theory & Society 25: Borer, M. I. (2010) From Collective Memory to Collective Imagination: Time, Place, and Urban Redevelopment, Symbolic Interaction 33 (1): Brattbakk, I. and Hansen, T. (2004) Post-war large housing estates in Norway: wellkept residential areas still stigmatised? Journal of Housing and the Built Environment 19: Bunar, N. (2011) Multicultural Urban Schools in Sweden and Their Communities: Social Predicaments, the Power of Stigma, and Relational Dilemmas, Urban Education 46 (2): Candan, A. B. and B. Kolluoglu (2008) Emerging Spaces of Neoliberalism: A Gated Town and a Public Housing Project in Instanbul, New Perspectives on Turkey 39: Cohen, N. (2013) Territorial Stigma Formation in the Israeli City of Bat Yam, : Planning, People and Practice, Journal of Historical Geography, forthcoming. Crump, J. (2002) Deconcentration by Demolition: Public housing, Poverty, and Urban Policy Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 20,

2 Crump, J. (2003) The End of Public Housing as We Know It: Public Housing Policy, Labour Regulation and the US City, International Journal of Urban and Regional Research 27 (1): Damer, S. (1989) From Moorpark to Wine Alley : Rise and Fall of a Glasgow Housing Scheme. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press. Darcy, M. (2010) Deconcentration of Disadvantage and Mixed-Income Housing: A Critical Discourse Approach, Housing, Theory & Society 27: Depaule, J.C. (ed.) (2006) Les Mots de la stigmatisation urbaine. Paris: UNESCO / Editions des Sciences de l Homme. Derville, G. (1997) La Stigmatisation des Jeunes de Banlieue, Communication et Langages 113: Devereux, E., Haynes, A. & Power M. (2011) At the Edge: Media Constructions of a Stigmatised Irish Housing Estate, Journal of Housing and the Built Environment 26 (2): Devereux E., Haynes, A., Power, M. (2012) Tarring Everyone with the Same Shorthand? Journalists, Stigmatization and Social Exclusion, Journalism 13 (4): Duin, L. Van; I. Tzaninis; E. Snel and F. Lindo (2011) Marginality and Stigmatization: Identifying with the Neighbourhood in Rotterdam, paper presented at Annual RC21 Conference: The Struggle to Belong: Dealing with Diversity in 21 st Century Urban Settings. Amsterdam. Engbersen, G. and J. Burgers (1994) De wrok van Spangen. Opkomst en neergang van een arbeidersbuurt, Psychologie & Maatschappij 18: Fava, F. (2008) Lo Zen di Palermo. Antropologia dell esclusione [The Zen Neighborhood in Palermo: An Anthropology of Exclusion]. Milan: FrancoAngeli. Feltran, G. (2011) Fronteiras de Tensão: um estudo sobre política e violência nas periferias de São Paulo. São Paulo: Ed. Unesp/CEM. Fine, M. and Cross, B. (Eds) (2007) Remix: Damage, Shame, Resistance Available from Fortuijn, J. D. and E. van Kempen (1998) Territoriale Stigmatisering in Nederlandse Steden, Geografie 7: Garbin, D. and Millington, G. (2012) Territorial Stigma and the Politics of Resistance in a Parisian Banlieue: La Courneuve and Beyond, Urban Studies 49 (10): Glasze, G., Putz, R., Germes, M., Schirmel, H. and Brailich, A. (2012) The Same But Not The Same : The Discursive Constitution of Large Housing Estates in Germany, France and Poland, Urban Geography 33 (8): Glasze, G., A. Brailich, M. Germes, H. Schirmel, and R. Pütz (2010) Les grands ensembles de banlieue comme menaces urbaines? Discours comparés Allemagne, France, Pologne, Annales de Géographie 675: Goetz, E. (2013) The Audacity of HOPE VI: Discourse and the Dismantling of Public Housing, Cities, forthcoming. Gray, N. and G. Mooney (2011) Glasgow s New Urban Frontier: Civilising the Population of Glasgow East, City 15 (1): Greenberg, M. and Hollander, J. (2006) Neighborhood Stigma Twenty Years Later: Revisiting Superfund Sites in Suburban New Jersey, The Appraisal Journal 74 (2): Hancock, L. and Mooney, G. (2013) Welfare Ghettos and the Broken Society : Territorial Stigmatization in the Contemporary UK, Housing, Theory and Society, forthcoming.

3 Hastings, A. and J. Dean (2003) Challenging Images: Tackling Stigma Through Estate Regeneration, Policy & Politics 31 (2): Hastings, A. (2004) Stigma and Social Housing Estates: Beyond Pathological Explanations, Journal of Housing and the Built Environment 19: Holloway, S. and Mulherin, S. (2004) The Effect of Adolescent Neighborhood Poverty on Adult Employment, Journal of Urban Affairs 26 (4): Jensen, S.Q. and Christensen, A. (2012) Territorial Stigmatization and Local Belonging: A Study of the Danish Neighbourhood Aalborg East, City 16 (1-2): Johansson, T. and Olofsson, R. (2011) The Art of Becoming Swedish : Immigrant Youth, School Careers and Life Plans, Ethnicities 11 (2): Johnstone, C. and G. Macleod (2011) Stretching Urban Renaissance: Privatizing Space, Civilizing Place, Summoning Community, International Journal of Urban and Regional Research 36 (6). Jorgensen, A. (2010) The Sense of Belonging in New Urban Zones of Transition, Current Sociology 58 (1): Keene, D. E. and M. B. Padilla (2010) Race, Class, and the Stigma of Place: Moving to Opportunity in Eastern Iowa, Health & Place 16 (6): Kelaher, M., Warr, D., Feldma, P. & Tacticos, T. (2010) Living in Birdsville : Exploring the Impact of Neighbourhood Stigma on Health, Health and Place 16 (2): Kipfer, S. and Petrunia, J. (2009) Recolonization and Public Housing: A Toronto Case Study, Studies in Political Economy 83: Kowarick, L. (2009) Viver em Risco: sobre a vulnerabilidade socioeconômica e civil. São Paulo: Editora 34. Krase, J. (1977) Reactions to the Stigmata of Inner City Living, Journal of Sociology and Social Welfare 7: Law, A., Mooney, G. & Helms, G. (2010) Urban disorders, problem places and criminal justice in Scotland in Criminal Justice in Scotland Eds H Croall, G Mooney, M Munro (Willan Publishing, Abingdon). Lomnitz, L. de (1974) Como Sobreviven los Marginados. Mexico: Siglo XXI. Lupton, R. (2003) Poverty Street: The Dynamics of Neighbourhood Decline and Renewal. Bristol: Policy Press. Magatti, M. (ed.) (2007) La Città Abbandonata. Dove Sono e Come Cambiano le Periferie Italiane [The abandoned city: Where the peripheries are and how they are changing]. Bologna: Il Mulino. McKenzie, L. (2012) A Narrative from the Inside, Studying St. Ann s in Nottingham: Belonging, Continuity and Change, The Sociological Review 60: Mood, C. (2010) Neighborhood Social Influence and Welfare Receipt in Sweden: A Panel Data Analysis, Social Forces 88 (3): Mooney, G. (2009) The Broken Society Election: Class Hatred and the Politics of Poverty and Place in Glasgow East, Social Policy and Society 8 (4): Murphy, A.K. (2012) Litterers : How Objects of Physical Disorder are Used to Construct Subjects of Social Disorder in a Suburb, Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 642: Noordhoff, F. (2008) Persistent Poverty in the Netherlands. Amsterdam: Vossius Press.

4 Palmer, C., Ziersch, A., Arthurson, K. & Baum, F. (2004) Challenging the Stigma of Public Housing: Preliminary Findings from a Qualitative Study in South Australia, Urban Policy and Research 22 (4): Pearce, J. (2012) The Blemish of Place : Stigma, Geography and Health Inequalities: A Commentary on Tabuchi, Fukuhara and Iso, Social Science and Medicine 75: Pereira, V. B. (2005) Classes e Culturas de Classe das Famílias Portuenses: classes sociais e modalidades de estilização da vida na cidade do Porto. [Classes and class cultures among Porto families]. Porto: Afrontamento. Permentier, M. G., van Ham, M. and Bolt, G. (2007) Behavioural Responses to Neighbourhood Reputations, Journal of Housing and the Built Environment 22: Permentier, M. G., van Ham, M. and Bolt, G. (2008) Same Neighbourhood Different Views? A Confrontation of Internal and External Neighbourhood Reputations, Housing Studies 23 (6): Permentier, M. G., van Ham, M. and Bolt, G. (2009) Neighbourhood Reputation and the Intention to Leave the Neighbourhood, Environment and Planning A 41: Permentier, M. G. (2009) Reputation, Neighbourhoods and Behaviour. Ph.D. thesis, Faculteit Geowetenschappen, Universiteit Utrecht. Permentier, M., G. Bolt, and M. van Ham (2011) Determinants of Neighbourhood Satisfaction and Perception of Neighbourhood Reputation, Urban Studies 48 (5): Purdy, S. (2003) Ripped off by the System: Housing Policy, Poverty, and Territorial Stigmatization in Regent Park Housing Project, , Labour/La Travail 52: Pütz, R. et al. (2005) Diskurs - Stadt - Kriminalität. Städtische (Un-)Sicherheiten aus der Perspektive von Stadtforschung und kritischer Kriminalgeographie. Bielefeld: Transcript Verlag. Reay, D. and Lucey, H. (2000) I Don t Like It Here, But I Don t Want To Be Anywhere Else : Children Living On Inner-London Council Estates, Antipode 32(4): Rhodes, J. (2012) Stigmatization, Space, and Boundaries in De-industrial Burnley, Ethnic & Racial Studies 35 (4): Sampson, R. J. (2009) Disparity and Diversity in the Contemporary City: Social (Dis)order Revisited, The British Journal of Sociology 60 (1): Sampson, R. J. and S. W. Raudenbush (2004) Seeing Disorder: Neighborhood Stigma and the Social Construction of Broken Windows, Social Psychology Quarterly 67 (4): Schultz Larsen, T. (2009) De Forsømte Skitse til en socialvidenskabelig analyse af relationerne mellem produktionen af forsømte boligområder, de sociale kampe om det boligsociale integrationsarbejde og den boligsociale integration [The Dilapidated: A sociological analysis of the production of degraded urban areas]. Roskilde: Roskilde Universitet. Sernhede, O. (2011) School, Youth Culture and Territorial Stigmatization in Swedish Metropolitan Districts, Young 19 (2): Slater, T. and Anderson, N. (2012) The Reputational Ghetto: Territorial Stigmatization in St. Paul s, Bristol, Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 37 (4):

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