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Mofeyisara Oluwatoyin Omobowale, Offiong Esop Akpabio, and Olukemi Kehinde Amodu

is a worldwide phenomenon; it is ethno-contextual in nature, and a public health issue. Its occurrence is not limited to a particular space and culture. It occurs in schools, workplaces, and distinct neighborhoods ( Onu et al. 2012 ). Bullying as a

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Drawing Back the Curtains

The Role of Domestic Space in the Social Inclusion and Exclusion of Refugees in Rural Denmark

Birgitte Romme Larsen

This article examines negotiations over social inclusion and exclusion that take place during everyday settlement processes among refugee families located in rural areas in Denmark. Using the case study of a Congolese household, the article shows how local codes of sociability are often concretized and materialized in domestic space in ways that turn the home sphere, with its daily routines and material culture, into a domain of vital importance for the social incorporation of refugee newcomers. This domestic domain is of particular significance in a country where, on the one hand, the integration programs of the welfare state are highly regulatory and tend to intervene deeply in refugees' private spheres and, on the other, cultural homogeneity is emphasized and regarded as closely related to equality.

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“We Had to Stick Together”

Black Boys, the Urban Neighborhood Context, and Educational Aspirations

Derrick Brooms

It was tough, it was difficult, it was a tough neighborhood—everybody don't make it out. You have those that make it out, they come back and don't make it out again. And you have those that make it out and don't ever come back. —Tyson

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Suburban Dissent

Defining Neighborhood Space and Place in Perth, Western Australia

Jocelyn D. Avery

conflict aimed at preventing the then conservative Western Australian (WA) state government from building two disability justice centers (DJCs) in the neighborhood. A DJC is the WA government's response to recognition that some people charged with a crime

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The racial fix

White currency in the gentrification of black and Latino Chicago

Jesse Mumm

theories many would “like to say” are true. Over the past generation in Chicago, once black- and Latino-majority neighborhoods surrounding the down-town Loop have gentrified and whitened, raising the question Jane Carey 1 feels compelled to address without

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The Politics of Greening the City

The Case of the Bostan of Kuzguncuk, Istanbul

Alice Genoud

neighborhoods. Community gardens could be one way to answer this problem, putting people together to create a local project, in a process of empowerment ( Pudup 2008 ). Nevertheless, the concept of community garden can be problematic. Community appears to be a

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“Because we are the only ones in the community!”

Protest and daily life in poor South African neighborhoods

Jérôme Tournadre

the township or squatter camp, or accompanying activists as they resolved neighborhood conflicts. Each time, it is the protesting collective that I am observing—and its activists continue, even in the course of these activities, to assert their

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Paula Kabalo

socially disempowered groups in the 1950s and 1960s: the Arab citizenry and inhabitants of the peripheral neighborhoods of Tel Aviv–Jaffa. Underlying the study is the view of ‘particularistic’ associations as instruments for the shaping of democratic norms

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The “Brick and Mortar” of Mobilization?

Storytelling and Materiality in Anti-Asylum Seeker Center Protests in the Netherlands

Iris Beau Segers

versus rural, relatively wealthy versus deprived, ethnically homogenous versus heterogeneous), this article seeks to explore only one instance of anti-AZC mobilization in a multiethnic, relatively deprived and marginalized neighborhood called de

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Ceasing Fire and Seizing Time

LA Gang Tours and the White Control of Mobility

Sarah Sharma and Armonds R. Towns

It is a regular summer day in July 2012 in the Pueblo del Rio Housing Projects in South Los Angeles the first time Armond, a heavily tattooed former Bloods gang member, takes a drive through the neighborhood. Pueblo del Rio is home to the 52