International Perspectives on Culture, Identity, and Belonging
Table of Contents
v Table of Contents Acknowledgements vii Contributors ix 1 Home: An Introduction 1 Margarethe Kusenbach and Krista E. Paulsen Part One: Ideas of Home 23 2 Modeling Home: Ideals of Residential Life in Builders’ Show Houses 25 Krista E. Paulsen 3 Still the “American Dream”? Views of Home Ownership in the Wake of the Foreclosure Crisis 49 Elizabeth Strom and Susan Greenbaum 4 Homelessness and Conceptions of Home 73 Kurt Borchard 5 Somewhere In Between: Chicago 93 Bia Gayotto Part Two: Making Homes 109 6 Fragments of Home in Youth Care Institutions 113 David Wästerfors 7 Displaced: Old People in Assisted Living 135 Carol A.B. Warren and Kristine N. Williams vi 8 A Home Not One’s Own: How Young Russians Living with Extended Family Negotiate Space 153 Jane Zavisca 9 “Kinda Just a Home I Guess”: Toward Theorizing the Making of Home in Vancouver 175 Nathanael Lauster Part Three: Belonging and Neighborhood 195 10 Place Feelings and Life Stories in Florida Mobile Home Communities 199 Margarethe Kusenbach 11 Community and Belonging in a London Suburb: A Study of Incomers 225 Paul Watt 12 Inside Out: A Visual Investigation of Belonging in a London Neighborhood 249 Debbie Humphry 13 Belonging and Home: The Perspective of Urban Pioneers in Disadvantaged Neighborhoods 269 Gabriela B. Christmann 14 Everyday Encounters and Belonging in Public Spaces: Findings from Rotterdam and Utrecht 293 Saskia Binken and Talja Blokland
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