Dangerous liaisons? Applying the social harm perspective to the social inequality, housing and health trifecta during the COVID-19 pandemic
This article focusing on housing and in particular, home, as a locus of social harm during the COVID-19 pandemic. Suggesting new ways of thinking and talking about the three-way relationship between housing, health and social inequality and demonstrates some possibilities which the social harm lens might offer for housing policy analysis.
Read the full article on the International Journal of Housing Policy website.
This article represents the next stage in the development of ideas from Craig’s CaCHE working paper published in April 2020, ‘Out of harm’s way?‘.
Author: Craig Gurney
Date: September 15, 2021 10:37 am
Author(s): Craig Gurney
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