A Coggle Diagram about AIM/Interest (those who stigmatise: stigma used as a way to inform policy, foreground of research to be scene from below - representation and places portrayed - conclusion to be suggesting a different type of architecture and urbanism (dependent on perceptions) , methodology - just be honest about what has been done.
don't try to give grandiose impression. just clarity is required. what I can do, what i have done and what i can get. , making the case for redevelopment: how are the cases mobilised around ways of viewing poverty and the rights of the poor. (just as important)
what kinds of impression about social housing past present and future are being put forward, Introduction Page, things being said about the poor in the process of redevelopment or in making the case for redevelopment, concern with the dispossession of the poor from social housing, issues of representation and representing people and the relationship between that and development - spoken about by others. who?, bit of a literature review to begin with, imaginary in the sense of imagination, something which exists in the mind regardless of its existence in real life. and concerned with the plight of people displaced from social housing), Literature (remaking london: Campkin, john berger - ways of seeing, Outcasts London, Alice Coleman - utopia on trial, Juliet Davis, should frame what I will look at., John Grindrod and Estates an intimate history), ASH (Geraldine, alternatives to demolition, providing image estate management, fighting demolition - challenging stigma through Open Garden Estates and simons photos debunking myths), central hill (stigmas, INTERVIEWS and dissertation will be using a case study. Central Hill debates offer opportunity to see how there is a politics of imagery ... which is very much related to how the poor are being represented. and how their places in the contemporary city are being represented. ) and stigma/perception and portrayal