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Thursday, April 9 • 1:30pm - 2:55pm
TH1.30.01 Mixed Income Redevelopment and the Questions of Who Loses and Who Finds Community?

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The questions of who loses and who finds community through mixed-income redevelopment are complicated ones. From the existing research we know that displacement from public housing, or displacement through other redevelopment initiatives to make way for mixed income housing, can compromise community-based social ties. But for which subgroups is it most salient? In the case of public housing transformation (HOPE VI) do the required community support services (CSS) help displaced residents establish new community ties? The other side of this is for original poor residents who remain in place – do they perceive being a part of the redeveloped community or do they stay in place and lose it while newcomers find it? This session explores these questions through a series of case studies of different cities during different time periods.
The Construction of Place and Displacement through Mixed-Income Development
Jim Fraser, Vanderbilt University

Stuck on the American Dream: Gendered Disadvantage and Getting out of Public Housing
Ashley Brown-Burns, Amherst College

Moving Stories: Reflections on Community and Social Ties among Public Housing Residents Awaiting Relocation
Kim Skobba, University of Georgia; Edward Goetz, University of Minnesota

Attitudes toward a New Permanent Housing Program For Vulnerable Youth: Results from a Randomized Community Survey
Dennis Watson, Indiana University

Presenters
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Ashley Brown-Burns

Amherst College
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Jim Fraser

Associate Professor, Vanderbilt University
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Kim Skobba

University of Georgia
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Dennis Watson

Assistant Professor, Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis
My research and teaching interests include mental health, high risk populations and health behaviors, evaluation of health care programs and interventions, and community engaged research methods. Most of my work is at the intersection of mental health and homelessness.

Moderators
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Deirdre Oakley

Georgia State University

Thursday April 9, 2015 1:30pm - 2:55pm
Balmoral (2nd floor)