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Narrative images . In 2004, one of the selected
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Paradoxes in being ‘at ease’ with diversity in a Copenhagen district
increasing focus on ‘mixing’ and social cohesion in policies and interventions implemented on urban, municipal and neighbourhood levels ( Fortier 2010 ; Grünenberg & Freiesleben 2016 ). These policy foci can be related to research investigating how ‘countless residents successfully live with difference on a daily basis in cities marked by cultural diversity’ through everyday encounters and practices ( Fincher et al. 2014 , p.2; Watson & Saha 2012 ). Thus an emphasis on conviviality, or mundane, everyday (or even ‘successful’) rubbing together and getting along, reflects