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OLD AND NEW RESIDENTS OF FORMER INDUSTRIAL NEIGHBORHOOD: DIFFERENCES AND IDENTITIES

Anna Strelnikova ()
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Anna Strelnikova: National Research University Higher School of Economics

No WP BRP 84/SOC/2018, HSE Working papers from National Research University Higher School of Economics

Abstract: This article discusses the phenomenon of recent decades associated with the redevelopment of former industrial areas and factory districts. These areas previously had a homogeneous environment in which residents construct a local solidarity, but now functions and image of industrial districts are changing. Transformations of former industrial spaces is analyzed on example of two Moscow neighborhoods. The author’s research based on case study includes interviews with residents and developers, observations, analysis of media discussion and online communities, and secondary data analysis. Relying on concepts of social differentiation and social identity, the author considers former industrial neighborhood in terms of housing statuses, visual representations, senses and subjective perception. The research shows that the formation of a new territorial identity occurs in conditions of social and housing inequality

Keywords: social differentiation; urban space; social inequality; housing; industrial neighborhood; social identity; territorial identity (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: Z (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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Date: 2018
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Published in WP BRP Series: Sociology / SOC, December 2018, pages 1-22

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