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Housing and Public Policy
SOC 271 FA
Since World War II, housing has undergone a series of radical transformations in the United States, from the rise of the suburbs in the 50s to today's crisis of homelessness for millions. This course will explore the
of government and public policy in this transformation and seek to create a model of what public policy concerning housing should be in the 21st century.
Gilderbloom and Appelbaum, RETHINKING RENTAL HOUSING
Rosenthal, Rob; HOMELESS IN PARADISE
Stone, Michael; SHELTER POVERTY
Hayden, Delores, REDESIGNING THE AMERICAN DREAM
Bratt, Hartman & Meyers on:
CRITICAL PERSPECTIVES ON HOUSING
EXAMINATIONS AND ASSIGNMENTS
Three housing plans for the City of Middletown, written from different perspectives.
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