The power of group stigmatisation: wealthy Roma, urban space and strategies of defence in post-socialist Romania

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Cretan, R.; Powell, R.S.;
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Recent research on Roma stigmatisation has tended to focus on the marginal socioeconomic and spatial position of Roma within European societies with poverty, persistent inequalities and sub-standard housing conditions (e.g. ghettoization) emphasised in highlighting thei... View more
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