Housing transitions through the life course

Aspirations, needs and policy

Andrew Beer, Debbie Faulkner, Chris Paris, and Terry Clower

Housing transitions through the life course

Andrew Beer, Debbie Faulkner, Chris Paris, and Terry Clower

Distributed for Bristol University Press

208 pages
Cloth $116.00 ISBN: 9781847424280 Published June 2011 For sale in North and South America only
The housing we live in shapes individual access to jobs, health, well being and communities. There are also substantial differences between generations regarding the type of housing they aspire to live in, their attitudes to housing costs, the nature of their households and their attitudes to different tenures. This important contribution to the literature draws upon research from the UK, Australia and the USA to show how lifetime attitudes to housing have changed, with new population dynamics driving the market and a greater emphasis on consumption. It also considers how the global financial crisis has differentially affected housing markets across the globe, with variable impacts on the long term housing transitions of different populations.

Housing markets and policy in the 21st century

Housing over the life course: housing histories, careers, pathways and transitions

Housing transitions and housing policy:international context and policy transfer

The housing transitions of younger adults

Housing transitions in mid life: consolidation, opportunity and risk

Housing transitions in later life

Housing transitions and disability: A 21st-century phenomenon

Housing transitions, economic restructuring and the marginalised

Conclusion: negotiating the housing market over the next decades

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