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(Un)Affordable housing and the residential separation of age groups

(Un)Affordable housing and the residential separation of age groups
(Un)Affordable housing and the residential separation of age groups
Residential age segregation in England and Wales has been growing in recent decades, with older and younger adults increasingly living in different neighbourhoods. Our research has found that age segregation is higher in areas where housing is least affordable, revealing a new concerning consequence of the housing crisis. The spatial separation of older and younger adults is a potential source of intergenerational tension and raises questions about social cohesion in the UK.
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ESRC Centre for Population Change
Sabater, Albert
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Graham, Elspeth
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Nissa, Finney
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Mcgowan, Teresa
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Sabater, Albert
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Graham, Elspeth
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Nissa, Finney
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Mcgowan, Teresa
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Sabater, Albert, Graham, Elspeth and Nissa, Finney , Mcgowan, Teresa (ed.) (2018) (Un)Affordable housing and the residential separation of age groups (ESRC Centre for Population Change Briefing, 45) Southampton. ESRC Centre for Population Change 4pp.

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Abstract

Residential age segregation in England and Wales has been growing in recent decades, with older and younger adults increasingly living in different neighbourhoods. Our research has found that age segregation is higher in areas where housing is least affordable, revealing a new concerning consequence of the housing crisis. The spatial separation of older and younger adults is a potential source of intergenerational tension and raises questions about social cohesion in the UK.

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Published date: November 2018

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Local EPrints ID: 427247
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/427247
PURE UUID: 9e007537-338e-40eb-a71a-f748dc9ac369

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Date deposited: 09 Jan 2019 17:30
Last modified: 09 Jan 2019 17:30

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Author: Albert Sabater
Author: Elspeth Graham
Author: Finney Nissa
Editor: Teresa Mcgowan

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