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- Supervisor: Professor Paul Chatterton
Exploring neighbourhood politics
The overarching aim is to explore the relationship between place, people and marginalisation. How both symbolic and structural marginalisation shape community, politics of place and enactments and understandings of politics at the neighbourhood level. This is explored via a case study ethnography in within a neighbourhood of Leeds.
To understand how symbolic and structural marginalisation shapes enactments of politics, how experiences of politics shape actions, and how specifics of 'neighbourhood' in the context of marginalisation shape both politics and action.
- ESRC White Rose DTC Studentship