AbstractStudentification is increasingly recognised as a leading-edge process of contemporary urban change; identified in over fifty university towns and cities across the UK. Adopting a micro-geographic approach, this thesis investigates the unfolding processes and impacts of studentification in five case study locations within Brighton and Hove City, UK, and intersects with debates of gentrification, segregation, community cohesion, and ‘otherness’.
|Date of Award||2010|
The micro-geographies of Studentification in Brighton and Hove
Sage, J. L. (Author). 2010
Student thesis: Doctoral Thesis