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New immigrants and migrants in social housing in Britain: discursive themes and lived realities
Policy and politics (Print)
The perception that new immigrants and migrants are unfairly advantaged in the allocation of social housing and are gaining access to the sector in large numbers at the expense of British citizens has emerged as one of the most frequently cited injustices of new immigration in Britain. This paper contends that this story-line has sounded right to so many people because it taps into dominant notions of the immigrant as folk devil and a long tradition of scapegoating blameworthy groups for thedoi:10.1332/030557309x458407 fatcat:oec2u4fhwraznfm64syyr3oid4