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De gentrificatie in de stad m.b.v. de literatuur van Loretta Lees (2014) en Hochstenbach (2017).

Mattermap door timo scholts 14 mei 2018

Gentrified city

  • Demografische verandering

    • Anderen blijven wel in de stad wonen, maar moeten daarvoor grotere offers maken. Ze moeten genoegen nemen met een te kleine woning, ze moeten de woning delen met anderen, of simpelweg hogere woonlasten accepteren. ...»
      Cody Hochstenbach Bron:
  • Economie

    • In plaats van meer (gedwongen) verhuizingen heeft gentrificatie in Nederlandse steden daarom het tegenovergestelde effect. Het aantal verhuizingen neemt er juist door af. Huishoudens met een laag inkomen komen steeds vaker klem te zitten in hun woning. ...»
      Cody Hochstenbach Bron: Uitsluiting door Verdringing 04/09/2017
    • amongst others, are adamant that despite its disruptive,
      destructive consequences, the global economic crisis that emerged in 2008 will not
      significantly undermine the neoliberalising tendencies of
      the last three decades. The
      neoliberal regime that was consolidated during the 1990s and early 2000s (leading
      to third- and fourth-wave gentrification - see Lees et al., 2008) may, they suggest, be
      recalibrated or reconstituted but it will not die ('zombie neoliberalism'). If anything,
      the recession will act to religitimate neoliberalism.
      ...»
      Loretta Lees Bron: 01/01/1970
    • we need to use the economic crisis as an opportunity, a strategic moment, to throw overboard the demand
      for the key products and lifestyles of the old order, and begin building a new econ?omy, based
      on a new geography (the geography of the creative class), new lifestyles
      (those of the creative class) and new products. Florida argues that some cities should
      be allowed to decline naturally and that a new geography of US cities will emerge, a
      new spatial fix. This new geography will be related to the new economy and the
      spatial movements of the new middle class.
      ...»
      Loretta Lees Bron:
  • klassenvorming

    • Voor huishoudens die toch verhuizen – zowel nieuwkomers als oude bewoners – zijn de gevolgen van uitsluiting divers. Een daarvan is de suburbanisatie van armoede: Deze lage inkomens vinden geen plek meer in de stad, maar wijken uit naar nabijgelegen kernen. ...»
      Cody Hochstenbach Bron: Uitsluiting door verdringing 04/09/2017
    • In my mind the possibilities emerge out of the three 'S's: environmental
      sustainability, economic sustainability and social sustainability. Ley's cultural new
      class, like Florida's creative class va
      lue the three 'S's: they prefer walking to driving,
      they prefer the small independent shop over big chains and shopping malls, they
      prefer socio-cultural diversity to social homogeneity. In a recession the consumer is
      more thrifty; more conscious of class differences, and of the instability of economic
      life.
      ...»
      Loretta Lees Bron: 01/01/1970
    • Sustainable
      future must not be a 'new' middle-class vision of the future of cities, but one that
      seeks to reshape that 'new' middle-class vision, re-creating it into something more
      inclusive of all
      classes and groups, something truly socially sustainable. A reassessment of the key terms - quality of life, livability and lifestyle - is essential. ...»
      Loretta Lees Bron: 01/01/1970
    • Currently these terms enact a 'new' middle-class rhetoric that needs to be 'socially mixed' to
      include the lifestyles and voices of other social classes and groups, especially those that
      have been m
      ost marginalised, stigmatised, displaced and dispossessed in the 'new' city,
      Rather than making policy assumptions about the 'new' middle class as 'good/
      economic/property-owning' and the working/workless poor as 'bad/uneconomic/
      non-property-owning', policy-makers need to figure out the pros and cons of the
      lifestyles of all these social groups and to think how 'together' they can take our cities
      into a more socially sustainable future.
      ...»
      Loretta Lees Bron: 01/01/1970
  • Staat

  • Maakbare Samenleving

    • In places characterized by a high degree of social polarization, short on legally practised recognition of the rights of users of place and long on legally practised recognition of the rights of owners of space, the conflict inherent in gentrification becomes
      inflammatory'. In cities desperate to enter the world stage quickly and with little
      welfare provision, or interest in welfare provision, the creation of a 'new' (gentrified)
      city has particularly visceral results.
      ...»
      Loretta Lees Bron: 01/01/1970
  • Politiek

    • the political machinery of
      the neoliberal state remains intact and its policy agendas for cities are unlikely to
      change substantially: agendas like privatisation, increased regulation by the market,

      securitisation and gentrification. Erasing the 'cultural mindset' of gentrification is
      unlikely to happen because policy-makers around the world have come to believe
      that the 'new' middle or creative classes are the saviours of our inner cities
      ...»
      Loretta Lees Bron: 01/01/1970

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