Boom and Bust: The Community before, during, and after Economic Prosperity

Wednesday, July 16, 2014: 10:30 AM-12:20 PM
Room: 301
RC03 Community Research (host committee)
RC02 Economy and Society

Language: English

Session Organizer:
Sam HILLYARD, Durham University, United Kingdom
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Richard COURTNEY, University of Leicester, United Kingdom; Martin QUINN, University of Leicester, United Kingdom

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Xaquin PEREZ SINDIN LOPEZ, Gdansk University of Technology, Poland

The Great Recession Washes Across the Desert: A Study of Neighborhood Organizational Resources and Social Disorganization in the Phoenix-Mesa Urbanized Area (Oral Presentation)
Joseph GALASKIEWICZ, University of Arizona, USA; Kathryn ANDERSON, University of Arizona, USA; Kendra THOMPSON-DYCK, University of Arizona, USA; Daniel DUERR, University of Arizona, USA; Scott SAVAGE, University of California-Riverside, USA

A Tale of Three Villages: Boom and Bust Experienced at the Local Level in Rural England (Oral Presentation)
Sam HILLYARD, Durham University, United Kingdom

Structural Coupling of Financial Markets and Media Coverage - the Case of the State Debt Crisis (Oral Presentation)
Jan RIEBLING, Otto-Friedrich University Bamberg, Germany

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