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David Clapham

Full Name: David Clapham
Number of Works: 16
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ISBN: 0333435524, 9780333435526
Keywords: policy, social, housing
Pages: 292
Published: 1990
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ISBN: 1861346387, 9781861346384
Keywords: approach, pathways, housing, meaning
Pages: 286
Published: 2005

This book offers a fresh new approach to the study of housing. Most current approaches tend to ignore or downplay the perceptions and attitudes of individuals in the production and consumption of housing. This book explores the meaning that housing has for individuals and households by examining 'housing pathways'. Although drawing on British experiences, the methodology and theoretical framework used are applicable to the study of housing in any national context.
ISBN: 0203496698, 9780203496695
Keywords: supplies, water, small
Pages: Unknown
Published: 2004

This book covers how small, independent supplies differ from public water supplies, and the health dangers they pose, along with water sampling and risk assessment.
ISBN: 0333435516, 9780333435519
Keywords: housing, policy, social
Pages: 288
Published: 1990

Debate on housing issues has tended to take place in isolation from debates on the welfare state more generally. This book attempts to remedy the situation by focusing on the relationship between housing and social policy with particular emphasis on the social policy aims and achievements of housing.
ISBN: 0415282829, 9780415282826
Keywords: guide, practical, supplies, water, small
Pages: 336
Published: 2004

There are approximately 50,000 small water supplies in the UK alone, and thousands more worldwide. Dealing with idiosyncratic characteristics of small water supplies requires specialist knowledge. Small Water Supplies: A Practical Guide provides invaluable guidance for their appropriate management.This book covers how small, independent supplies differ from public water supplies, and the health dangers they pose, along with water sampling and risk assessment. An explanation of different types of supplies including their construction and treatment systems, as well as common problems encountered
ISBN: 0304338958, 9780304338955
Keywords: troubles, private, policies, public, homelessness
Pages: 243
Published: 1999

Since the 1970s, there has been a marked increase in homelessness in Britain. This text explores the causes of this increase and examines the way in which the problem has been socially constructed through political debate and in the media. It is argued that it has largely been constructed as "rooflessness" and the causes have been located in the actions and behaviour of homeless people themselves. The book also examines the public policy responses to homelessness, assessing the workings and impact of the 1977 Homeless Persons Act and its subsequent amendments as well as the different