Series: CASE Studies on Poverty, Place and Policy

 

Poverty is still a real issue within Britain today and this essential series provides evidence-based insights into how communities and families are dealing with it.

Published in conjunction with the Centre for Analysis of Social Exclusion (CASE) at the London School of Economics, this series draws together fresh research and sheds important light on the impact of anti-poverty policy, focusing on the individual and social factors that promote regeneration, recovery and renewal.

CASE Studies on Poverty, Place and Policy

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Family and community in East London

This moving book about the lives of families in London’s East End gives important new insights into neighbourhood relations (including race relations), through the eyes of the local community. What hope is there of change?

Using an up-to-date account of life in East London, the authors illustrate how cities faced with neighbourhoods in decline are changing.

East Enders:

· gives a bird’s eye view of neighbourhood problems and assets;

· provides policy recommendations based on real life experiences;

· tackles topical issues such as race relations, mothers and work, urban revival and social disorder through the eyes of families;

· is authored by leading experts in community studies.

Undergraduate and postgraduate students in social policy, sociology, anthropology, urban studies, child development, geography, housing and public administration should all read this book. Policy makers in national and local government, practitioners and community workers in towns and cities and general readers interested in the life and history of urban neighbourhoods will also find this book an invaluable source of information.

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