- Title Pages
- List of tables, figures and photographs
- Notes on contributors
- One Introduction: gentrification, social mix/ing and mixed communities
- Two Why do birds of a feather flock together? Social mix and social welfare: a quantitative appraisal
- Three Social mix and urban policy
- Four Mixed communities and urban policy: reflections from the UK
- Five Gentrification without social mixing in the rapidly urbanising world of Australasia
- Six Social mixing and the historical geography of gentrification
- Seven Social mix and encounter capacity – a pragmatic social model for a new downtown: the example of HafenCity Hamburg
- Eight Mixed-income schools and housing policy in Chicago: a critical examination of the gentrification/education/‘racial’ exclusion nexus
- Nine Social mix as the aim of a controlled gentrification process: the example of the Goutte dʼOr district in Paris1
- Ten Beware the Trojan horse: social mix constructions in Melbourne
- Eleven Social mixing as a cure for negative neighbourhood effects: evidence-based policy or urban myth?
- Twelve Meanings, politics and realities of social mix and gentrification – a view from Brussels
- Thirteen ‘Regeneration’ in interesting times: a story of privatisation and gentrification in a peripheral Scottish city
- Fourteen HOPE VI: calling for modesty in its claims
- Fifteen The impossibility of gentrification and social mixing
- Sixteen Not the only power in town? Challenging binaries and bringing the working class into gentrification research
- Seventeen From social mix to political marginalisation? The redevelopment of Toronto's public housing and the dilution of tenant organisational power
- Eighteen Mixture without mating: partial gentrification in the case of Rotterdam, the Netherlands
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