Quo vadis , comparative housing research ?

@inproceedings{matznetter2006QuoV,
  title={Quo vadis , comparative housing research ?},
  author={walter. matznetter},
  year={2006}
}
  • walter. matznetter
  • Published 2006
revised) Looking back upon some 25 years of comparative housing (policy) research, several typologies of levels of generalisation, of types of explanation, of methodologies used, and of stages of research come to one’s mind. Jim Kemeny and Stuart Lowe's distinction between juxtapositional, convergence and divergence approaches remains one of the most popular of these typologies. The reality of comparative housing research often looks different. Most comparative studies will not fall neatly… CONTINUE READING

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