Social Housing in UK Law
Uses of Macro Social Theory: A Social Housing Case Study
This article reflects on the use of macro social theoretical perspectives to explain micro social issues, using social housing allocations as a case study. In contrast to a number of social theoret...
Trust, Distrust and Betrayal: A Social Housing Case Study
This paper discusses the importance of trust, distrust and betrayal in the context of relational contracts in the modern welfare state. We use a specific case study of the allocation of social hous...
Jurisdiction and Scale: Rent Arrears, Social Housing, and Human Rights
This article draws on the recent work of Mariana Valverde on jurisdiction and scale to frame a study of the interaction between mandatory possession proceedings brought by one particular type of so...
Social Housing as Crime Control: An Examination of the Role of Housing Management in Policing Sex Offenders
This article considers the ways in which social housing has in recent years become inextricably linked with the process of crime control. Drawing on case study research into the rehousing of sex of...
- What is the future for social housing: reflections on the public sector provisions of the Housing Act 1996
Explaining reforms: post-New Public Management myths or political realities? Social housing delivery in England and France1
This article examines the assumption that recent reforms in social and public services can be understood as a transition from New Public Management to post-New Public Management. English and French...
Social Citizenship, Housing Wealth and the Cost of Social Care: Is the Care Act 2014 ‘Fair'?
This article assesses the extent to which it is ‘fair’ for the government to require owner‐occupiers to draw on the equity accumulated in their home to fund their social care costs. The question is...
Finance: driving change in social housing: helping UK housing associations to perform a delicate balancing act.
...In the UK, housing associations are private, non-profit making organisations that provide low-cost social housing for people in need of a home. There is massive change under way in the sector as government spending cuts come into force. This articl......
- Reviews : Social Work and Housing Gill Stewart and John Stewart Macmillan/BASW, 1992; pp 188; £9.50 pbk
- Developing strategy in a voluntary housing organisation and registered social landlord. Some lessons from experience
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