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Swedish cities now belong to the most segregated in Europe

Journal article
Authors Catharina Thörn
Håkan Thörn
Published in Sociologisk forskning
Volume 54
Issue 4
Pages 293-296
ISSN 0038-0342
Publication year 2017
Published at Department of Cultural Sciences
Department of Sociology and Work Science
Pages 293-296
Language en
Links urn.kb.se/resolve?urn=urn%3Anbn%3As...
www.sociologiskforskning.se/
Keywords segregation, entreprenurialism, urban movements
Subject categories Sociology

Abstract

This article presents our research on contemporary urban developments in major Swedish cities. First, we present an analysis of new forms of urban governance in major cities, particularly focusing on inner city developments. Second, we present research on the transformation of housing policies and the so-called Million Program. Third, we highlight new conflicts that have emerged as consequences of these developments, including urban collective action.

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