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Advancing the human right to housing in post-Katrina New Orleans: discursive opportunity structures in housing and community development
Housing Policy Debate
In post-Katrina New Orleans, housing and community development (HCD) advocates clashed over the future of public housing. This case study examines the evolution of and limits to a human right to housing frame introduced by one nongovernmental organization (NGO). Ferree's concept of the discursive opportunity structure and Bourdieu's social field ground this NGO's failure to advance a radical economic human rights frame, given its choice of a political inside strategy that opened up for HCD NGOsdoi:10.1080/10511482.2011.624527 fatcat:6j3fxexzzzhzdmtrug4jlw7lc4