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Inhabitation in Nature Houses, People and Practices

By: David Clapham(Author)
192 pages, no illustrations
Publisher: Policy Press
Inhabitation in Nature
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Rejecting the assumption that housing and cities are separate from nature, David Clapham advances a new research framework that integrates housing with the rest of the natural world. Demonstrating the wider context of human lives and the impact of housing on the non-human environment, the author considers the impact of current inhabitation practices on climate change and biodiversity. Showcasing the significant contribution that housing policy can make in mitigating environmental problems, Inhabitation in Nature will stimulate debate amongst housing researchers and policymakers.


1. Inhabitation in Nature
2. New materialism in housing studies: opportunities and obstacles
3. Inhabitation practices
4. Analysing inhabitation practices
5. Consumption practices
6. Production practices
7. Out of home inhabitation practices
8. Conclusion: inhabitation research and policy

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David Clapham is an Honorary Professor of Housing and Urban Studies at Glasgow University.

By: David Clapham(Author)
192 pages, no illustrations
Publisher: Policy Press
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