Kathleen Flanagan
Kathleen Flanagan
Research Fellow, University of Tasmania
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Public housing and the politics of stigma
K Jacobs, K Flanagan
Australian Journal of Social Issues 48 (3), 319-337, 2013
Recent housing transfer experience in Australia: implications for affordable housing industry development
H Pawson, C Martin, K Flanagan, R Phillips
AHURI Final Report, 2016
A conceptual analysis of social housing as infrastructure
K Flanagan, C Martin, K Jacobs, J Lawson
AHURI Final Report, 2019
Understanding the experience of social housing pathways
K Flanagan, I Levin, S Tually, M Varadharajan, J Verdouw, D Faulkner, ...
Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute, 2020
The construction of social housing pathways across Australia
A Powell, A Meltzer, C Martin, W Stone, E Liu, K Flanagan, K Muir, ...
AHURI Final Report, 2019
Hard times [electronic resource]: Tasmanians in financial crisis
K Flanagan
Anglicare Tasmania, 2009
Social housing as infrastructure: rationale, prioritisation and investment pathway
J Lawson, T Denham, J Dodson, K Flanagan, K Jacobs, C Martin, ...
AHURI Final Report, 2019
The price of poverty: the cost of living for low income earners
J Flanagan, K Flanagan
‘I call it the dark side’: Stigma, social capital and social networks in a disadvantaged neighbourhood
J Verdouw, K Flanagan
Urban Studies 56 (16), 3375-3393, 2019
Pathways to housing tax reform
R Eccleston, J Verdouw, K Flanagan, N Warren, A Duncan, R Ong, ...
AHURI Final Report, 2018
Housing outcomes after domestic and family violence
K Flanagan, H Blunden, K Valentine, J Henriette
AHURI Final Report, 2019
‘Problem families’ in public housing: discourse, commentary and (dis) order
K Flanagan
Housing Studies 33 (5), 684-707, 2018
'A pathway to where?'Inquiry into understanding and reimagining social housing pathways. AHURI Final Report No. 332
K Muir, A Powell, K Flanagan, W Stone, S Tually, D Faulkner, C Hartley, ...
Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute (AHURI), 2020
A genealogy of public housing production: Practice, knowledge and the Broadacre Housing Estate
K Flanagan
Housing, theory and society 32 (4), 407-428, 2015
Housing, Neoliberalism and the Archive: Reinterpreting the Rise and Fall of Public Housing
K Flanagan
Routledge, 2019
‘The long view’: Introduction for Special Edition of Housing Studies
K Flanagan, K Jacobs
Housing Studies 34 (2), 195-200, 2019
Tasmanian housing update, August 2018
R Eccleston, J Verdouw, L Denny, K Flanagan, S Glaetzer, S Eslake
Institute for the Study of Social Change, University of Tasmania, Tasmania …, 2018
Pathways to state property tax reform
R Eccleston, N Warren, J Verdouw, K Flanagan
AHURI Final Report, 2017
There are people living here: exploring urban renewal and public housing estates
K Flanagan
Anglicare Tasmania, 2010
Going for growth: The pros and cons of using community housing associations to increase housing supply
K Flanagan
Anglicare Tasmania, 2008
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