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Measuring citizen participation in urban regeneration: a reflection on the construction of the participation index for the Bip/Zip programme in Lisbon

Politics Henderson G.L. Waterstone M. Geographic Thought: A Praxis Perspective Routledge, New York 72–91 Granovetter, M. (1974) Getting a Job: A study of Contacts and Careers Harvard University Press, Cambridge. Granovetter M. 1974 Getting a Job: A study of Contacts and Careers Harvard University Press Cambridge Häikiö, L. (2012) From innovation to convention: legitimate citizen participation in local governance Local Government Studies, 38(4), 415–435. DOI: 10.1080/03003930.2012.698241. 10.1080/03003930.2012.698241 Häikiö L. 2012

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Regeneration of a historic city block: the example of the relocation of the historic Atelier building to the cloister area of the Congregation of the Resurrection in Krakow

with the Monastery of the Congregation of the Resurrection marked in red and present location of Atelier building marked in blue Source: own study, base maps source: Stare mapy Krakowa i okolic and Małopolska Infrastruktura Informacji Przestrzennej Born in Krakow, Wandalin Beringer (1839–1923) began his career as an architect in the 1870s. He was a representative of eclecticism. The monastery buildings designed by him are adjacent to his own tenement house, which was erected in 1886. In 1911, he began his own construction of a one-storey rear building in

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“East meets West” – on studying “Eastern” housing estates through “Western” concepts and approaches

an informative and, most of all, an inspirational account that at least partly meets the given aim. Three concluding remarks which I consider important and which should be mentioned at the very end of the paper are: My intentions in preparing this paper were not propagandistic, but rather informational. In other words, I do not want to say, that the concepts and approaches outlined in the paper are in any way superior or the only right ones to be applied. During my previous career, I have experienced and personally conducted studies rooted in different

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The socio-demographic dimensions of energy poverty: a case study from Bytom, Poland

unheated rooms affects not only the physical health of household members but also their mental health. Some of the consequences of living in fuel poverty are social isolation in the short term ( Healy & Clinch 2004 ) and depression in the long term. There are additional dimensions to the impact of fuel poverty on the lives of children. Research shows that children from households that struggle with fuel poverty perform worse in school than their peers, have fewer career prospects, and are more vulnerable to social marginalisation ( Morrison & Shortt 2008 ). However

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