Date of Award
University or Center
Clark Atlanta University(CAU)
Dr. R. Benneson deJanes
This study examines the event known as gentrification and the displacement of the original residents of gentrified communities. This explanatory study explores gentrification with respect to the influence of urban governing regimes using Atlanta, Georgia and the Atlanta University Center as a model. This examination of gentrification also focuses on the demolition of public housing communities that are immediately replaced by middle-income planned developments and compares this event to traditional stage models of gentrification. There is also attention given to the socio-economic class differences between the original or indigenous residents and the new-arrival gentrifiers. This explanatory study examines gentrification using all of these factors in order to provide a complete view of the causes, effects, and results of gentrification using Atlanta as a case study.
Lawrence, Rayburne J. Jr, "An exploratory view of gentrification and the displacement of indigenous residents" (2013). ETD Collection for AUC Robert W. Woodruff Library. 1649.