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Ethnic discrimination in private rental housing markets in Australia

Nelson, Jacqueline, MacDonald, Heather, Dufty-Jones, Rae, Dunn, Kevin and Paradies, Yin 2015, Ethnic discrimination in private rental housing markets in Australia. In Dufty-Jones, Rae and Rogers, Dallas (ed), Housing in 21st century Australia : people, practices and policies, Ashgate Publishing, Surrey, Eng., pp.39-56.

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Title Ethnic discrimination in private rental housing markets in Australia
Author(s) Nelson, Jacqueline
MacDonald, Heather
Dufty-Jones, Rae
Dunn, Kevin
Paradies, YinORCID iD for Paradies, Yin orcid.org/0000-0001-9927-7074
Title of book Housing in 21st century Australia : people, practices and policies
Editor(s) Dufty-Jones, Rae
Rogers, Dallas
Publication date 2015
Chapter number 3
Total chapters 14
Start page 39
End page 56
Total pages 18
Publisher Ashgate Publishing
Place of Publication Surrey, Eng.
Keyword(s) Politics & government
Public affairs & policy
Urban planning & development
Political & social sciences
Social sciences
Demography
Human geography
Poverty
Summary Over the last two decades new and significant demographic, economic, social and environmental changes and challenges have shaped the production and consumption of housing in Australia and the policy settings that attempt to guide these processes. These changes and challenges, as outlined in this book, are many and varied. While these issues are new they raise timeless questions around affordability, access, density, quantity, type and location of housing needed in Australian towns and cities. The studies presented in this text also provide a unique insight into a range of housing production, consumption and policy issues that, while based in Australia, have implications that go beyond this national context. For instance how do suburban-based societies adjust to the realities of aging populations, anthropogenic climate change and the significant implications such change has for housing? How has policy been translated and assembled in specific national contexts? Similarly, what are the significantly different policy settings the production and consumption of housing in a post-Global Financial Crisis period require? Framed in this way this book accounts for and responds to some of the key housing issues of the 21st century.
ISBN 9781472431134
9781315587110
Language eng
Field of Research 160803 Race and Ethnic Relations
Socio Economic Objective 970116 Expanding Knowledge through Studies of Human Society
HERDC Research category B1 Book chapter
ERA Research output type B Book chapter
Copyright notice ©2015, Ashgate Publishing
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