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Revision of the author's thesis (doctoral--University of Glasgow, 2006) presented under title: Understanding South Asian residential preferences in Glasgow.
Includes bibliographical references (pages 243-251).
Processes of settlement: Residential segregation and ethnic clustering -- Urban migration, residential mobility and suburbanisation -- Methodology -- Through the national lens to the city: The housing position and experiences of South Asians in Scotland and Glasgow -- South Asian settlement in Glasgow: Changing patterns of residence -- The role of the neighbourhood in residential choice and re-location -- Housing, households, families and safe places -- Residential outcomes: Settling in or moving on again?
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A study of South Asian settlement patterns and residential preferences exploring the motivations underlying these, paying particular attention to processes of ethnic concentration and suburbanisation.
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