- Title Pages
- List of tables, figures and boxes
- One Getting the inside view
- Two Investigating neighbourhood life
- Three Community spirit
- Four Race and community relations in changing multi-ethnic neighbourhoods
- Five Families and work: mothers in paid work
- Six Families and work: mothers at home
- Seven Managing neighbourhood conditions and services
- Eight Parks and open spaces
- Nine Disorder in the neighbourhoods: families' experiences of crime, gangs, neighbour problems, vandalism, graffiti, drugs and ‘rough’ behaviour
- Ten Changing places: the families and their neighbourhoods
- Eleven Conclusions
- Appendix 1: Interviewees
- Appendix 2: Characteristics of the neighbourhoods, families interviewed, and comparisons with local authority, regional and national averagesa (%)
- Appendix 3: Neighbourhood selection – links to the ‘12 Areas Study’
- Appendix 4: Mothers' work patterns in different work trajectories
- Appendix 5a: Career histories of all non-working interviewees
- 5b: The circumstances of the mothers at home who did not want paid work
- 5c: The kind of paid work that the mothers and one lone father wanted
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