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Book Chapters

  • Power, A and Mumford, K (2004) 'Abandonment as Opportunity'. In Kulturstiftung des Bundes in cooperation with Gallery for Contemporary Art Leipzig (eds) Shrinking Cities. Bauhaus Foundation Dessau, Archplus.

  • Power,A & Willmot, H (2005) 'Bringing up families in poor neighbourhoods under New Labour' in J Hills & K Stewart (ed) A More Equal Society? New Labour, poverty, inequality and exclusion. Bristol: Policy Press

  • Power,A &, Lupton,R (2005) 'Disadvantaged by where you live? New Labour and neighbourhood renewal' in J Hills & K Stewart (ed) A More Equal Society? New Labour, poverty, inequality and exclusion. Bristol: Policy Press

  • Power, A (2005) 'Where are the poor? The changing patterns of inequality and the impact of attempts to reduce it' in Giddens, A and Diamond, P [Ed] (2005) The New Egalitarianism. Cambridge: Polity Press

  • Power, A, (2005) 'Neighbourhood management and the future of human settlements'. In UIA World Congress (ed) Socially Inclusive Cities: emerging concepts and practice. Munster, LIT Publishers

  • Power, A (2005) 'Housing and Society' in Bill, P [Ed] Affordable Housing London: Smith Institute

  • Power, A (2006) 'The Changing Face of Cities' in United Nations Environment Programme World Conservation Monitoring Centre (UNEP-WCMC) and the British Antarctic Survey (BAS) Environment on the Edge series publication. Available from: http://sea.unep-wcmc.org/edge/

  • Power, A (2007) 'Neighbourhood renewal, mixed communities and social integration' in Utting, D [Ed] Social advancement: A continuing search for change. York: JRF

  • Power, A (2007) 'Neighbourhood renewal, mixed communities and social integration' in Piachaud, D; Le Grand, J; Hills, J [Ed] in Making Social Policy Work Bristol: Policy Press

  • Power, A (2007) 'Cities as nested habitats - homes, neighbourhoods, planet' in Burdett, R & Sudjic, D. P. [Ed] The Endless City', London: Phaidon Ltd


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