Gentrification and the housing crisis / Marcia Amidon Lusted, book editor
Book | Greenhaven Publishing | 2019 | First edition.
Available at WCTC Social Issues Collection (33932000854872)
200 pages ; 24 cm.
Includes bibliographical references (pages 196) and index.
Does gentrification help improve urban environments? The results of gentrification are mixed / Rachel Meltzer -- Small businesses are being driven out of their neighborhoods / Abigail Savitch-Lew -- Urban green space projects are revitalizing US cities / Joanna Parkman -- Green spaces come at a price that not everyone can afford / Brentin Mock -- Urban revitalization doesn't have to lead to gentrification / Jared Green -- Does gentrification contribute to the housing crisis? Gentrification squeezes out people who make a city run / Victoria Livingstone -- Low-income renters aren't moving out of gentrifying neighborhoods / Jarrett Murphy -- The housing crisis is worse without gentrification / Jake Blumgart -- In urban areas, change means there are winners and losers / PBS -- Urban renewal ignores affordable housing / Jack Brook -- The consequences of displacement by gentrification are harmful / Justin Feldman -- Does gentrification diminish a community's history and culture? Gentrification can sever social ties / World Bank -- Efforts can be made to retain a neighborhood's identity / Rachel Kaufman -- America's Chinatowns are losing their cultural identity / Melissa Hung -- Chinatowns are not unexplored frontiers waiting to be conquered / Kartik Naram -- Historic neighborhoods evoke strong emotions / Charles William Lawrence -- Gentrifiers prefer neighborhoods that are already white / Jackelyn Hwang -- Does gentrification have economic benefits? Everyone can benefit from gentrification with equitable development / Beth McConnell -- There are solutions to the economic imbalances of gentrification / Daniel Fernández -- Gentrification can save smaller cities / Jonathan Wynn and Andrew Deener -- Enforce stricter regulations to stop greedy landlords / Brad Lander -- Gentrification of low-income neighborhoods does not result in gains to local employment / Rachel Meltzer and Pooya Ghorbani -- The government must strive for balance in urban renewal / Maryluz Barragán.
"Urban populations are on the rise, fueling a welcome rejuvenation of U.S. cities, many of which have been decaying since the suburban boom of the mid-twentieth century. But such renewal has resulted in the displacement of original residents, who can no longer keep pace with rising rents. Gentrification is often blamed for contributing to the housing crisis, but what about the improvements it has brought to America's cities? The diverse perspectives in this volume explore the different effects of gentrification and imagine solutions for accommodating everyone in this changing urban landscape." -- Amazon.com.
Lüsted, Marcia Amidon, editor.
Gentrification & the housing crisis
9781534504127 (library bound)
1534504125 (library bound)