Geography - Regeneration

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Connection
Any type of physical, social or online linkage between places.
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Deindustrialisation
Reduction in the industrial activity, leading to economic and social changes.
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Regeneration
Positively transforming the economy of a place that has displayed symptoms of decline, making it viable and sustainable
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Inequality
The outcome of uneven distributions that exist within societies.
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Quality of Life
The level of social and economic well-being experienced by an individual.
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Gentrification
The movement of middle-class people back into rundown inner-urban areas, resulting in an improved housing stock and image.
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Deprivation
A condition when a person's well-being falls below a level generally regarded as a reasonable minimum.
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Studentification
'SEE' change brought about by the concentration of students in particular areas and cities, usually close to universities.
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Lived Experience
The accumulated experience of living in a particular place.
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Perception
The 'picture' of reality held by a person or group of people resulting from their assessment of received information.
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Sink Estates
Housing estates characterised by high levels of poverty, deprivation and crime.
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Maginalisation
The social process of being made to feel apart or excluded from the rest of society.
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Infrastructure
The basic physical systems of a place.
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Legacy
The longer-term effects of regeneration schemes - positive or negative.
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Stakeholder
An individual, group or organisation with a particular interest in the actions and outcomes of a project.
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Rebranding
Ways in which a place is deliberately reinvented and then marketed using its new identity to attract tourists.
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Re-imaging
How the image of a place is changed.
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Cost-Benefit Analysis
A process by which the financial, social and environmental costs are weighed up against the benefits.
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Fracking
The process of drilling down into horizontal layers of shale and releasing the gas trapped in the rock.
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Demultiplier Effect
A downward spiral where the economic conditions produce less spending and less incentives for businesses to invest.
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Reduction in the industrial activity, leading to economic and social changes.

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Deindustrialisation

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Positively transforming the economy of a place that has displayed symptoms of decline, making it viable and sustainable

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The outcome of uneven distributions that exist within societies.

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The level of social and economic well-being experienced by an individual.

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