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Neoliberal-driven austerity has changed the role of the state, public service provision and citizenship. Thriving in today’s society is a challenge for communities around the world as governments increasingly promote privatisation, centralised control, individual responsibility and battle with the impacts of Covid19. Co-authored by practitioners and academics and based on case studies of collaborations between civil society and the civic university, this book uses the North East of England as a lens to explore how different communities have responded to changing circumstances. The case studies present examples of actions aiming to create hope and inspiration for communities in challenging times.

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  1. Cover
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  1. Title, Copyright information
  2. pp. i-ii
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  1. Table of contents
  2. pp. iii-iv
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  1. List of tables, figures and boxes
  2. p. v
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  1. Notes on contributors
  2. pp. vi-xi
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  1. Acknowledgments
  2. pp. xii-xiv
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  1. Foreword
  2. Lord Kerslake
  3. pp. xv-xvi
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  1. 1 Islands of hope in a sea of despair: civil society in an age of austerity
  2. Simin Davoudi, Mel Steer, Mark Shucksmith and Liz Todd
  3. pp. 1-18
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  1. 2 The North East of England: place, economy and people
  2. Elizabeth Brooks and Mel Steer
  3. pp. 19-34
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  1. Part I The public sector and civil society
  1. 3 The public sector and civil society: introduction
  2. Mel Steer, Simin Davoudi, Liz Todd and Mark Shucksmith
  3. pp. 37-42
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  1. 4 Innovation outside the state: the Glendale Gateway Trust
  2. Patsy Healey, Tom Johnston and Frank Mansfield
  3. pp. 43-56
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  1. 5 The Byker Community Trust and the 'Byker Approach'
  2. John Pendlebury and Jill Haley
  3. pp. 57-72
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  1. 6 Cafe society: transforming community through quiet activism and reciprocity
  2. Jane Midgley and Sam Slatcher
  3. pp. 73-88
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  1. 7 'Computer Says No': exploring social justice in digital services
  2. Clara Crivellaro, Lizzie Coles-Kemp and Karen Wood
  3. pp. 89-104
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  1. 8 Drive to thrive: a place-based approach to tackling poverty in Gateshead
  2. Mel Steer and Michael Walker
  3. pp. 105-120
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  1. 9 City of Dreams: enabling children and young people's cultural participation and civic voice in Newcastle and Gateshead
  2. Ben Dickenson and Venda Louise Pollock
  3. pp. 121-136
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  1. 10 Are we 'all in this together'? Reflecting on the continuities between austerity and the COVID-19 crisis
  2. Annette Hastings
  3. pp. 137-144
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  1. Part II The civic university
  1. 11 The civic university: introduction
  2. Liz Todd, Simin Davoudi, Mark Shucksmith and Mel Steer
  3. pp. 147-152
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  1. 12 Reinventing a civic role for the 21st century: the cathedral and the university
  2. John Goddard and Lindy Gilliland
  3. pp. 153-168
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  1. 13 Realising the potential of universities for inclusive, innovation-led development: the case of the Newcastle City Futures Ur
  2. Louise Kempton and David Marlow
  3. pp. 169-186
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  1. 14 Future Homes: developing new responses through new organisations
  2. Rose Gilroy, Dominic Aitken and Philip Miller
  3. pp. 187-202
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  1. 15 The good, the bad and the disconcerting: a week in the life of university project-based learning for schools
  2. David Leat, Ulrike Thomas, Kirsty Hayward and Anne de A’Echevarria
  3. pp. 203-220
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  1. 16 The containment of democratic innovation: reflections from two university collaborations
  2. David Webb, Daniel Mallo, Armelle Tardiveau, Caroline Emmerson, Mark Pardoe and Marion Talbot
  3. pp. 221-234
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  1. 17 Citizen power, the university and the North East
  2. Sara Bryson and Liz Todd
  3. pp. 235-250
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  1. 18 So what is a university in any case? A grass-roots perspective on the university and urban social justice
  2. Paul Benneworth
  3. pp. 251-256
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  1. 19 Conclusion: hope in an age of austerity and a time of anxiety
  2. Mark Shucksmith, Simin Davoudi, Liz Todd and Mel Steer
  3. pp. 257-274
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  1. Index
  2. pp. 275-286
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  1. Back Cover
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Additional Information

ISBN
9781447356844
Related ISBN
9781447356820
MARC Record
OCLC
1249475354
Pages
208
Launched on MUSE
2021-05-09
Language
English
Open Access
No
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