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Planning social mix. A critical review of programs [VO] / Jürgen Friedrichs

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Planning social mix. A critical review of programs [version anglaise] / Jürgen Friedrichs. In "Mixité : an urban and housing issue? Mixing people, housing and activities as urban challenge of the future", 23ème colloque international de l'European Network for Housing Research (ENHR), organisé par le Laboratoire Interdisciplinaire Solidarités, Sociétés, Territoires (LISST) à l'Université Toulouse II-Le Mirail, 5-8 juillet 2011.Plénière 1: Mixité, diversity: pertinent notions?, 6 juillet 2011.

Social mix has been a goal of urban planning since long time, from the the Cadbury (Bournville) estate at the end of the 19th century up to programs in the early 21st century. These programs aim at improving or establishing neighbourhood opportunity structures by modifying the social composition of residents. In order to achieve this goal, the structure is supposed to change from state A to a desired state A’ by implementing specific measures. In terms of social science methodology, this measure is an application of an empirical law. The measure ”If more homes to buy are offered, this will attract upper middle class households to the neighbourhood” rest upon the empirical evidence of a high propensity of middle class households to become homeowners. More generally speaking, programs aim at planning social behavior. Based upon this methodological reasoning, the paper assesses social mix programs in several countries, among them Australia, The Netherlands, and the United Kingdom. The analyses pertain to a) the type of social mix to be achieved, b) the measure suggested to achieve this goal, c) the empirical evidence for the implicit propositions. The major conclusions derived from the inspection of social mix programs are: social mix is not specified precisely (dimensions? share of which groups?), and many propositions on household behaviour rest upon shaky empirical evidence. Thus, the feasibility of planning social mix is overestimated.

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- Welche soziale Mischung in Wohngebieten? Jürgen Friedrichs. In Annette Harth, Gitta Scheller (Hg.), Soziologie in der Stadt- und Freiraumplanung. Wiesbaden: VS Verlag, 2010, 319-334.

- Attitudes of Owners and Renters in a Deprived Neighborhood. Jürgen Friedrichs, Jörg Blasius. European Journal of Housing Policy, 9, 2009, 435-455.

- Gespaltene Städte?: Soziale und ethnische Segregation in deutschen Großstädten. Jürgen Freidrichs, Sasha Triemer. Wiesbaden : VS Verlag, 2009, 181 p.

- Internal Heterogeneity of Deprived Urban Area and its Impact on Residents' Perception of deviance. Jürgen Friedrichs, Jörg Blasius. Housing Studies 5, vol. 22, 2007, 753-780.

- Führen innerstädtische Wanderungen zu einer ethnischen Entmischung von Stadtteilen?, Jürgen Friedrichs, Alexandra Nonnenmacher. Migremus Tagung: Migration und residentielle Mobilität, 16-17 novembre 2007, Bremen, 20 p. [En ligne :http://www.migremus.uni-bremen.de/images/pdf/conference/friedrichs%20nonnenmacher_1.pdf].

- Diversité de l’habitat, mixité urbaine et planification urbaine. Enquête sur la mise en oeuvre des principes de la loi d’orientation pour la ville (LOV). Centre d’Études sur les réseaux, les transports, l’urbanisme et les constructions publiques (CERTU), Lyon, 2004, 103 p. [En ligne : http://lara.inist.fr/bitstream/handle/2332/912/CERTU_diversiteUrbaine.pdf?sequence=4

- Housing Segregation of Immigrants in West Germany. Jürgen Friedrichs, Hannes Alpheis. In Elizabeth D. Huttman (ed.), Urban housing segregation of minorities in Western Europe and the United States, Duke University Press, 1991, 116-145.

- Affordable Housing and the Homeless. Jürgen Friedrichs. Berlin-New York : Walter de Gruyter, 1988, 191 p.

- The balanced community : homogeneity or heterogeneity in residencial areas. Herbert Gans. Journal of American Institute of Planners 3, vol. 27, 1961, 176-184.

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> Voir aussi la bibliographie générale dans l'onglet "A télécharger" de la séquence d'ouverture du colloque.

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