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Superdiversity in the post-industrial city: a comparative analysis of backlash narratives in six European neighbourhoods

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Departing from the narrow geographical focus often characterising urban research under the superdiversity umbrella, this article situates the study of superdiversity within the broader context of unequal power relations and resource allocation in the postindustrial city. Focusing on backlash narratives in six neighbourhoods in three European cities, the article demonstrates how forms and dynamics of diversity are affected by the broader urban context in ways that differ both between and within cities. More systematic use of a multiscalar view would therefore be highly beneficial to future research on superdiversity.
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Document Type: Research Article

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Publication date: 2017-10-01

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