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"Third Way" Urban Policy and the New Moral Politics of Community: Conflicts Over the Virtuous Community in Ballymun in Dublin and the Gorbals in Glasgow
Whilst Third Way Urban Policy (TWUP) often associates itself with a kind of anarchic vision of self-regulating and self-reproducing local communities, it can in fact be thought of as a thinly veiled moral crusade targeted towards vulnerable residents in disadvantaged neighbourhoods. Sustainable communities are defined as those who can stand on their own two feet within the terms set down by neo-liberal market economics. When these morally charged crusades fail to connect locally, they have thedoi:10.2747/0272-3622.214.171.124 fatcat:sdllyeyhvrfolg5edym7t253ty