Category Archives: Social Constructionism in Housing Research

Social Constructionism in Housing Research

Just before retiring I wrote my last piece of original research that was published in Keith Jacobs, Jim Kemeny and Tony Manci (eds) Social Constructionism in Housing Research (Ashgate, 2004). A copy of the chapter is on a separate page of … Continue reading

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Defining Housing Reality: Ideological Hegemony and Power in Housing Research

In 1988 Housing Studies published the article that proved to be my last contribution to symbolic interactionist research, until the final burst of activity at the end of my working career, together with Keith Jacobs and Tony Manci, but also David … Continue reading

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The Social Construction of Housing Facts

The Social Construction of Housing Facts First published in jimsresearchnotes 18 January 2011 Copyright: These papers are drafts only but may be cited or quoted. They may be downloaded for personal use but they may not be reproduced or published elsewhere … Continue reading

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Constructionism in Housing Research

The highlight of my constructionist writing came right at the end of my working life in Keith Jacobs, Jim Kemeny and Tony Manci Social Constructionism in Housing Research, (Ashgate 2004): The publisher information describes it as follows: By stressing the … Continue reading

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