Chapter 1 Qualitative housing analysis: A meta-framework for systematising qualitative research.
Chapter 2 House and home: methodology and methods for exploring meaning and structure.
Chapter 3 Reinterpreting the research path: using qualitative methods in homelessness research.
Chapter 4 ‘Felt homelessness’: the contribution of qualitative approaches to homelessness research.
Chapter 5 Residents, interviewees, class representatives? Reflections on the use of qualitative interviews in knowing the worlds of gentrification.
Chapter 6 Building back better in Sri Lanka: a mixed method approach to comparative policy evaluation.
Chapter 7 Accommodating gypsy/travellers: inclusive approaches for collaborative and peer-led research with gypsy travellers.
Chapter 8 Environmental quality, housing and city residents: a sensory urbanism approach.
Chapter 9 The role of qualitative research in identifying residents' perspectives about social mix.
Chapter 10 Methodological consequences of inclusive community development: the value of ethnography for housing studies.
Chapter 11 Grounding theory in intergenerational citizen participation: a grounded theory approach in the context of public housing research.
Chapter 12 Ethnography and housing studies revisited.
List of Contributors.
Studies in Qualitative Methodology.
Qualitative housing analysis: An international perspective.