Outside Society? The social implications of gated and secured neighbourhoods in Australia

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Atkinson, Rowland; Tranter, Bruce;
  • Publisher: Centre for Urban Research (CURB), York

Within and beyond Australia’s urban centres a complex archipelago of target-hardened, walled and otherwise secured neighbourhoods and individual homes has risen. In place of traditionally ‘porous’ suburbs and domestic environments has occurred a tendentious move by some... View more
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