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Children of the 21st century (Volume 2)The first five years$
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Kirstine Hansen, Heather Joshi, and Shirley Dex

Print publication date: 2010

Print ISBN-13: 9781847424761

Published to University Press Scholarship Online: March 2012

DOI: 10.1332/policypress/9781847424761.001.0001

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Neighbourhoods and residential mobility

Neighbourhoods and residential mobility

Chapter:
(p.115) Seven Neighbourhoods and residential mobility
Source:
Children of the 21st century (Volume 2)
Author(s):

Sosthenes Ketende

John McDonald

Heather Joshi

Publisher:
Policy Press
DOI:10.1332/policypress/9781847424761.003.0007

This chapter is concerned with the families' satisfaction with the area they were living in at age 5 and the moves that had been made to get there, from diverse social and spatial starting points. It focuses on the place the cohort family has been living and changes in it if they moved home. It relates residential mobility to factors such as type of housing and neighbourhood. It also looks at families' perception of their neighbourhood in terms of whether the respondent feels the family lives in a good area for raising children and how safe they feel the area is. It investigates whether these perceptions are related to subsequent mobility and whether neighbourhood ratings at age 5 are related to disadvantaged family circumstances including housing tenure at younger ages.

Keywords:   neighbourhood, moves, cohort family, residential mobility, housing, mobility, housing tenure

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