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The Politics of Foreign Investment in Australian Housing: Chinese Investors, Translocal Sales Agents and Local Resistance
This article analyses the cultural, housing and intergovernmental politics of individual foreign investment in Australian real estate. The first section provides a brief history of Australia'sExpand
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The globalisation of real estate: the politics and practice of foreign real estate investment
Foreign investment in residential real estate – especially by new middle-class and super-rich investors – is re-emerging as a key political issue in academic, policy and public debates. On the oneExpand
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Televised Territorial Stigma: How Social Housing Tenants Experience the Fictional Media Representation of Estates in Australia
This paper explores the issue of territorial stigmatisation through tenant-driven research chronicling the experiences of social housing tenants as they examined and reflected upon the AustralianExpand
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Inhabitance, place-making and the right to the city: public housing redevelopment in Sydney
This article brings Lefebvre's Right to the City thesis into conversation with Bauman's notion of the flawed consumer to account for the neoliberal colonisation of public tenant organising in urbanExpand
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Place, political culture and post-Green Ban resistance: Public housing in Millers Point, Sydney
Abstract In early 2014 the announced sale of 300 public housing dwellings in Millers Point and the proposed relocation of tenants to other parts of the city sparked a media storm. Millers Point is aExpand
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The Politics of Time and Space within Market-centric Urban Policy: The Case of the Bonnyrigg Living Communities Project
This article provides a discourse analysis framework that explicitly interrogates how conceptions of space and time are implicated in the discursive processes of urban policy making. Urban policyExpand
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Planning the post-political city: exploring public participation in the contemporary Australian city
This special section examines the possibility of meaningful debate and contestation over urban decisions and futures in politically constrained contexts. In doing so, it moves with the post-politicalExpand
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Monitory Democracy as Citizen-driven Participatory Planning: The Urban Politics of Redwatch in Sydney
Abstract This article analyses a case of citizen-driven participation in urban planning in Sydney, Australia. Drawing on a case study of the local resident action group REDWatch the analysis isExpand
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Rent and crisis: Old housing problems require a new state of exception in Australia
The coronavirus pandemic is opening up a space for housing advocates and scholars to push for reforms to the private rental sector. Yet, we argue the Australian government has shown little commitmentExpand
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