Ownership, Narrative, Things

 
 
Palgrave MacMillan (Verlag)
  • 1. Auflage
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  • erschienen am 10. Mai 2018
 
  • Buch
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  • Hardcover
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  • XI, 239 Seiten
978-1-137-59068-8 (ISBN)
 
This book uses a case study of a low-cost home ownership initiative at the margins of renting and owning provided by social landlords ¿ known as shared ownership ¿ to challenge everyday assumptions held about the `social¿ and the `legal¿ in property. The authors provide a study of the construction of property ownership, from the creation of this idea through to the present day, and offer a fresh consideration of key issues surrounding property, ownership, and the social. Analysing a diverse range of sources (from archives to micro-blogs, observation of housing providers, and interviews with shared owners), the authors explain the significance of the things (from the formal documents like leases, to odd materials like sweet wrappers and cigarette butts) commonly found in the narratives around shared ownership which are used to construct it as private ownership in everyday life. Ultimately, they uncover how this dream of ownership can become tarnished when people¿s identities as `owners¿ come under threat, and as such, these findings will provide fascinating insight into the intricacies of so-called home ownership for scholars of Law, Criminology, and Sociology.
1st ed. 2018
  • Englisch
  • London
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  • Großbritannien
  • Für Beruf und Forschung
  • 3 s/w Abbildungen
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  • Bibliographie
  • Höhe: 244 mm
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  • Breite: 162 mm
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  • Dicke: 22 mm
  • 537 gr
978-1-137-59068-8 (9781137590688)
1137590688 (1137590688)
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Dave Cowan is Professor of Law and Policy at the University of Bristol, UK.

Helen Carr is Professor of Law at the University of Kent, UK.

Alison Wallace is a Research Fellow at the Centre for Housing Policy, University of York, UK.

Chapter 1. Ownership, Narrative, ThingsChapter 2. Shared Ownership and Housing Policy.Chapter 3. The LeaseChapter 4. Managing Shared Ownership.Chapter 5. Selling and Buying Shared Ownership.Chapter 6. Experiencing Shared Ownership
This book uses a case study of a low-cost home ownership initiative at the margins of renting and owning provided by social landlords - known as shared ownership - to challenge everyday assumptions held about the 'social' and the 'legal' in property. The authors provide a study of the construction of property ownership, from the creation of this idea through to the present day, and offer a fresh consideration of key issues surrounding property, ownership, and the social.
Analysing a diverse range of sources (from archives to micro-blogs, observation of housing providers, and interviews with shared owners), the authors explain the significance of the things (from the formal documents like leases, to odd materials like sweet wrappers and cigarette butts) commonly found in the narratives around shared ownership which are used to construct it as private ownership in everyday life. Ultimately, they uncover how this dream of ownership can become tarnished when people's identities as 'owners' come under threat, and as such, these findings will provide fascinating insight into the intricacies of so-called home ownership for scholars of Law, Criminology, and Sociology.

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