||Deprived White Community? Social Action in Three Norwich Estates, 1940-2005
|| Rogaly, B., University of Sussex. Department of Geography
Rogaly, B., University of Sussex. Department of Geography
Taylor, R., Birkbeck, University of London. School of Continuing Education
Economic and Social Research Council
Economic conditions and indicators - Economics
Cultural history - History
Population history - History
Race relations - Society and culture
Charities, voluntary organisations and voluntary work - Social welfare policy and systems
By principal investigator(s):
Rogaly, B. and Taylor, R. (2009) 'Moving representations of the 'indigenous white working class'' in K. Sveinsson (ed.) Who cares about the white working class? London, Runnymede Trust, pp.51-58. ISBN: 9-7819067-321-0-3.
Rogaly, B. and Taylor, R. (2009) Moving histories of class and community: identity, place and belonging in contemporary England, Basingstoke, Palgrave Macmillan. ISBN: 9-7802302-199-3-9.
Rogaly, B. and Taylor, R. (2007) 'Welcome to 'monkey island': identity and community in three Norwich estates' in M. Wetherell, M. Lafleche, and R. Berkeley, Identity, ethnic diversity and community cohesion, London, SAGE Publications, pp.61-74. ISBN: 9-7814129-461-6-2.
Taylor, R. and Rogaly, B. (2007) ''Mrs Fairly is a dirty, lazy type': unsatisfactory households and the problem of problem families in Norwich, 1942-1963', Twentieth Century British History, 18(4), pp.429-452.