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Community cohesion in Bradford: neoliberal integrationism / Jon Burnett

Community cohesion in crisis? New dimensions of diversity and difference, Pages: 35 - 56

Swansea University Author: Jon Burnett

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This chapter considers an argument which states that the community cohesion agenda represents a form of neoliberal governance of integration. It is in this programme that particular norms and values are prioritised. The chapter uses the case study of Bradford as a basis, and shows how community cohe...

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Published in: Community cohesion in crisis? New dimensions of diversity and difference
Published: Bristol Policy Press 2008
URI: https://cronfa.swan.ac.uk/Record/cronfa33874
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Abstract: This chapter considers an argument which states that the community cohesion agenda represents a form of neoliberal governance of integration. It is in this programme that particular norms and values are prioritised. The chapter uses the case study of Bradford as a basis, and shows how community cohesion has become entwined with the search for urban renaissance, regeneration and modernity believed to be necessary to ensure the economic prosperity of cities and neighbourhoods.
Keywords: neoliberal governance programme, integrationism, Bradford, urban renaissance, economic prosperity, community cohesion
College: Hillary Rodham Clinton School of Law
Start Page: 35
End Page: 56