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The embedded landscape of gentrification

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This paper promotes the idea of embedded gentrification. Gentrification is immersed in latent industrial and ethnic settings. Employing visual, interview, and ethnographic data collected from a multi-year study of the Williamsburg, Brooklyn neighbourhood in New York City, it rethinks the relationship of gentrification to the existing social and built environment.
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Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 01 October 2004

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