Offering an original discussion of the gentrification phenomenon in Europe, this book provides new theoretical insights into classical works on the subject. Using a thorough analysis of the diversity of the forms, places and actors of gentrification in an attempt to isolate its ‘DNA’, the book addresses the place of social groups in cities, their competition over the appropriation of space, the infrastructure unequally offered to them by economic and political actors and the stakes of everyday social relationships.
[Parution] Gentrifications: Views from Europe, par Lydie Launay
Publié le 27 October 2022
Vient de paraître aux éditions Berghahn : Gentrifications: Views from Europe, par Lydie Launay, maître de conférences en sociologie à l'INU Champollion et Marie Chabrol, Anaïs Collet, Matthieu Giroud, Max Rousseau et Hovig Ter Minassian