Peer reviewed research related to Cohousing :: June 2019
Aldwin, Carolyn, and Heidi Igarashi. 2012. An ecological model of resilience in late life. Annual Review of Gerontology & Geriatrics 32 : 115-X.
Arnould, Eric J., and Alexander S. Rose. 2016. Mutuality: Critique and substitute for Belk’s “sharing”. Marketing Theory 16 (1): 75-99.
Arrigoitia, Melissa Fernández. 2017. Towards the dis-alienation, democratisation and humanisation of housing. City 21 (6): 894-8.
Aviram, Hadar. 2008. Make love, now law: Perceptions of the marriage equality struggle among polyamorous activists. Journal of Bisexuality 7 (3-4): 261-86.
Bailey, Bill. 1999. Changing images of retirement. Generations 23 (4): 42-4.
Ball, M. S., and Kathryn Lawler. 2014. Commentary: Changing practice and policy to move to scale: A framework for age-friendly communities across the united states. Journal of Aging & Social Policy.
Bandini, Gianfranco. 2016. «make love, not war». communitarian life experiences as laboratories of peace education in italy. Aula 22 : 175-88.
Barker, Chris, and Brian Martin. 2012. Income and happiness: Why isn’t research acted upon? Social Alternatives 31 (4): 62-7.
Basas, Carrie Griffin. 2010. Olmstead’s promise and cohousing’s potential. Georgia State University Law Review 26 (3): 663-704.
Berggren, Heidi M. 2017. Cohousing as civic society: Cohousing involvement and political participation in the united states*. Social Science Quarterly 98 (1): 57-72.
— — — . 2013. “Cohousing as Civic Society: Cohousing Involvement and Political Participation in Massachusetts.” New England Journal of Political Science 7 (1): 1-24.
Bevilacqua, Solon. 2018. Scale development and initial validation for consumption masstige. Academy of Marketing Studies Journal 22 (4).
Bevington, Christine Benglia. 1992. Collaborative communities: Cohousing, central living, and other new forms of housing with shared facilities. Landscape Journal 11 (2): 190-2.
Bianchi, Francesca. 2015. Le co-housing en italie entre rêve et réalité. une recherche sur les aspirations à la co-résidence. International Review of Sociology 25 (3): 1-21.
Bigonnesse, C., and H. Chaudhury. 2016. The influence of physical and social environments on aging in place in norc and cohousing in canada. The Gerontologist 56 : 7-.
Blanchard, Janice. 2013. Aging in community: The communitarian alternative to aging in place, alone. Generations 37 (4): 6-13.
Blažek, Jan. 2016. Economic micro-systems? non-market and not-only-for-profit economic activities in eco-communities. Human Affairs 26 (4): 377-89.
Bleys, Brent, Bart Defloor, Luc Van Ootegem, and Elsy Verhofstadt. 2018. The environmental impact of individual behavior: Self-assessment versus the ecological footprint. Environment and Behavior 50 (2): 187-212.
Bloch, Deborah P., Linda S. Henderson, and Richard W. Stackman. 2007. Emergence of a social inquiry group: A story of fractals and networks. World Futures 63 (3-4): 194-208.
Boonstra, Beitske. 2016. Mapping trajectories of becoming: Four forms of behaviour in co-housing initiatives. The Town Planning Review 87 (3): 275-96.
Borgloh, Sarah, and Peter Westerheide. 2012. The impact of mutual support based housing projects on the costs of care. Housing Studies 27 (5): 620-42.
Botero, Andrea, and Sampsa Hyysalo. 2013. Ageing together: Steps towards evolutionary co-design in everyday practices. Codesign 9 (1): 37-54.
Bould, Sally. 2003. Caring neighborhoods: Bringing up the kids together. Journal of Family Issues 24 (4): 427.
Bower, Richard. 2017. Forgotten plotlanders: Learning from the survival of lost informal housing in the UK. Housing, Theory and Society 34 (1): 79-105.
Bowering, Theodora. 2019. Ageing, mobility and the city: Objects, infrastructures and practices in everyday assemblages of civic spaces in east london. Journal of Population Ageing: 1-27.
Boyer, Robert. 2016. Achieving one-planet living through transitions in social practice: A case study of dancing rabbit ecovillage. Sustainability : Science, Practice, & Policy 12 (1).
———. 2014. Sociotechnical transitions and urban planning: A case study of eco-cohousing in tompkins county, new york. Journal of Planning Education and Research 34 (4): 451-64.
Boyer, Robert H. W., and Suzanne Leland. 2018. Cohousing for whom? survey evidence to support the diffusion of socially and spatially integrated housing in the united states. Housing Policy Debate 28 (5): 653-67.
Brenner, Johanna, and Janice Haaken. 2000. Utopian thought: Re-visioning gender, family, and community. Community, Work & Family 3 (3): 333-47.
Bresson, Sabrina, and Sylvette Denèfle. 2015. Diversity of self-managed co-housing initiatives in france. Urban Research & Practice: 1-12.
Brewer, Jennifer. 2013. Toward a publicly engaged geography: Polycentric and iterated research. Southeastern Geographer 53 (3): 328-47.
Broer, Steffie, and Helena Titheridge. 2010. Eco-self-build housing communities: Are they feasible and can they lead to sustainable and low carbon lifestyles? Sustainability 2 (7): 2084-116.
Bronzini, Micol. 2017. Contested issues surrounding social sustainability and self-building in italy. International Journal of Housing Policy 17 (3): 353-73.
Brossoie, Nancy, Bonnie Graham, and Soyoung Lee. 2005. Families and communities: An annotated bibliography. Family Relations 54 (5): 666-75.
Brown, Ellen. 2018. How can care homes overcome social isolation? Nursing & Residential Care : The Monthly Journal for Care Assistants, Nurses and Managers Working in Health and Social Care 20 (3): 136-9.
Brune, Kendall. 2011. Culture change in long term care services: Eden-greenhouse-aging in the community. Educational Gerontology 37 (6): 506-25.
Buffel, Tine, and Chris Phillipson. 2018. A manifesto for the age-friendly movement: Developing a new urban agenda. Journal of Aging & Social Policy 30 (2): 173-92.
Bundale, Avril. 2004. Greening together: The ecovillage movement grows from grassroots to mainstream. Alternatives Journal 30 (5): 16-7.
Burayidi, Michael A. 2003. The multicultural city as planners’ enigma. Planning Theory & Practice 4 (3): 259-73.
Campbell, Nichole, and Daejin Kim. 2016. Designing an ageless social community: Adapting a new urbanist social core to suit baby boomers in later life. Journal of Housing for the Elderly 30 (2): 156-74.
Carbonaro, Gianni, Eugenio Leanza, Philip Mccann, and Francesca Medda. 2018. Demographic decline, population aging, and modern financial approaches to urban policy. International Regional Science Review 41 (2): 210-32.
Carroll, Ellie. 2010. Twenty-five years in the making: Why sustainable development has eluded the U.N., and how community-driven development offers the solution. Houston Journal of International Law 32 (2): 545.
Cassano, Graham. 2015. “Not a thing to prophesy and plead for”: From determinism to overdetermination in marxism and feminism. Rethinking Marxism 27 (3): 454-63.
Catlin, Robert A. 1993. The planning profession and blacks in the united states: A content analysis of academic and professional literature. Journal of Planning Education and Research 13 (1): 26-32.
Chatterton, Paul. 2016. Building transitions to post‐capitalist urban commons. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 41 (4): 403-15.
———. 2013. Towards an agenda for Post‐carbon cities: Lessons from lilac, the UK ‘s first ecological, affordable cohousing community. International Journal of Urban and Regional Research 37 (5): 1654-74.
———. 2010. The urban impossible: A eulogy for the unfinished city. City 14 (3): 234-44.
Chen, Sheying. 2012. Historical and global perspectives on social policy and “Aging in community”. Ageing International 37 (1): 1-15.
Cheng, Shun, Tze Wang, Fu Tang, Ngok Chu, and I. Chen. 2014. The influence of high-rise residence on physical activity and quality of life among older people with leprosy in a retirement community. Ageing and Society 34 (1): 90-105.
Chiodelli, Francesco. 2015. What is really different between cohousing and gated communities? European Planning Studies 23 (12): 2566-81.
Chiodelli, Francesco, and Valeria Baglione. 2013. Living together privately: For a cautious reading of cohousing. Urban Research & Practice: 1-15.
Chiodelli, Francesco, and Stefano Moroni. 2014. Typology of spaces and topology of toleration: City, pluralism, ownership. Journal of Urban Affairs 36 (2): 167-81.
Chitewere, Tendai, and Dorceta Taylor. 2010. Sustainable living and community building in ecovillage at ithaca: The challenges of incorporating social justice concerns into the practices of an ecological cohousing community. Research in Social Problems and Public Policy 18 : 141.
Choi, Jung Shin. 2004. Evaluation of community planning and life of senior cohousing projects in northern european countries 1. European Planning Studies 12 (8): 1189-216.
Chong, Keng Hua, Wei Quin Yow, Debbie Loo, and Ferninda Patrycia. 2015. Psychosocial well-being of the elderly and their perception of matured estate in singapore. Journal of Housing for the Elderly 29 (3): 259-97.
Clear, Adrian, Adrian Friday, and Mike Hazas. 2019. ‘Fractures’ in food practices: Exploring transitions towards sustainable food. Agriculture and Human Values 36 (2): 225-39.
Coates, Chris. 2013. Was there ever such A thing as the communes movement? Social Sciences Directory 2 (4): n/a.
Coele, Michele. 2014. Co-housing and intergenerational exchange: Exchange of housing equity for personal care assistance in intentional communities. Working with Older People 18 (2): 75-81.
Crabtree, Louise. 2018. Self-organised housing in australia: Housing diversity in an age of market heat. International Journal of Housing Policy 18 (1): 15-34.
———. 2005. Sustainable housing development in urban australia: Exploring obstacles to and opportunities for ecocity efforts. Australian Geographer 36 (3): 333-50.
Cunningham, Paul. 2014. Exploring the efficacy of consensus-based decision-making. International Journal of Housing Markets and Analysis 7 (2): 233-53.
Czischke, Darinka. 2018. Collaborative housing and housing providers: Towards an analytical framework of multi-stakeholder collaboration in housing co-production. International Journal of Housing Policy 18 (1): 55-81.
Danziger, Sara, and Habib Chaudhury. 2009. Older adults’ use of adaptable design features in housing units: An exploratory study. Journal of Housing for the Elderly 23 (3): 134-48.
Darab, Sandy, Yvonne Hartman, and Louise Holdsworth. 2018. What women want: Single older women and their housing preferences. Housing Studies 33 (4): 525-43.
Dause, Tyler, and Elizabeth Kirby. 2019. Aging gracefully: Social engagement joins exercise and enrichment as a key lifestyle factor in resistance to age-related cognitive decline.(review)(report). Neural Regeneration Research 14 (1): 39.
De Cesaris, Alessandra, and Domizia Mandolesi. 2013. Modular, sustainable and customized: Projects for the contemporary dwelling. Open House International 38 (3): 39-47.
Defilippis, James. 2001. The myth of social capital in community development. Housing Policy Debate 12 (4): 781-806.
Depoorter, Ben W. F., and Francesco Parisi. 2003. Fragmentation of property rights: A functional interpretation of the law of servitudes. Global Jurist Frontiers 3 (1).
Desmond, Pip. 1996. New zealand partnership houses women. Women and Environments(39): 43-5.
Devlin, Patrick, Rachel Douglas, and Tom Reynolds. 2015. Collaborative design of older women ‘ s CoHousing. Working with Older People 19 (4): 188-94.
di Robilant, Anna. 2012. Common ownership and equality of autonomy. (III. the new commons and equality of autonomy through conclusions, with footnotes, p. 293-320) (special section on social movements and progressive justice). McGill Law Journal 58 (2): 293.
Droste, Christiane. 2015. German co-housing: An opportunity for municipalities to foster socially inclusive urban development? Urban Research & Practice: 1-14.
Drueding, Meghan. 2002. Cool within reach: Studio E rewrites the rules of affordable housing. Residential Architect 6 (9): 50.
Duff, Shelly. 2012. The possibilities in neighborhoods – utilizing accessory apartments in existing homes to address social, environmental, and economic issues. Urban Design International 17 (1): 33-44.
Ellickson, Robert. 2006. Unpacking the household: Informal property rights around the hearth. The Yale Law Journal 116 (2): 226-328.
Ellin, Nan, and Shane Epting. 2018. Participatory architecture on the parisian periphery: Lucien kroll’s vignes blanches; cohousing, environmental justice, and urban sustainability. Environmental Ethics 53; 40 (3; 2): 178; 135,183; 151.
Ferrante-Roseberry, Lydia. 2002. Living with integrity: My experience in cohousing. (community building). Social Policy 33 (2): 17.
Fichman, Martin, and Edmund P. Fowler. 2005. Scientific paradigms and urban development: Alternative models. Cosmos and History: The Journal of Natural and Social Philosophy 1 (1): 90.
Field, Martin, and Antonia Layard. 2017. Locating community-led housing within neighbourhood plans as a response to England’s housing needs. Public Money & Management 37 (2): 105-12.
Filipovič Hrast, Maša, Richard Sendi, Valentina Hlebec, and Boštjan Kerbler. 2019. Moving house and housing preferences in older age in slovenia. Housing, Theory and Society 36 (1): 76-91.
Folts, W. E., and Kenneth B. Muir. 2002. Housing for older adults: New lessons from the past. Research on Aging 24 (1): 10-28.
Fontaine, Sherry. 2013. Innovations in housing and assistive services to support aging in place. Online Journal of International Case Analysis 4 (2): 1-11.
Forsyth, Ann. 2018. Congested cities vs. sprawl makes you fat: Unpacking the health effects of planning density. The Town Planning Review 89 (4): 333-54.
Frochen, Stephen, and Jon Pynoos. 2017. Housing for the elderly: Addressing gaps in knowledge through the lens of age-friendly communities. Journal of Housing for the Elderly 31 (2): 160-77.
Gale, Robin Greenleaf. 2003. “Cohousing in the united states: Utopian ideals in the twenty-first century”. American Quarterly 55 (4): 808-9.
Gelardin, Sally, and Eugene Muscat. 2010. The integral aging process (IAP): A holistic, sustainable approach to personal development for boomers and beyond. Interbeing 4 (1): 29-37.
George, Vincent. 2006. Sustainable community: Learning from the cohousing model. Community Development Journal 41 (3): 393-8.
Gerards, Sebastiaan, Roel De Ridder, and Sylvain De Bleeckere. 2015. Designing multigenerational dwelling: A workshop with four flemish architecture firms. ArchNet-IJAR : International Journal of Architectural Research 9 (2): 20-30.
Ghosh, S. 2010. Sustainability potential of suburban gardens: Review and new directions. Australasian Journal of Environmental Management 17 (3): 165-75.
Gilsenan, Michael. 2013. What can society learn from intentional communities? Social Sciences Directory 2 (4): n/a.
Gingerich, Barbara Stover. 2009. Resource review: Re-creating neighborhoods for successful aging. Home Health Care Management & Practice 21 (6): 455-7.
Glass, A. P., and M. Schroeder. 2008. Mutual support: Expectations and challenges in an elder cohousing community. The Gerontologist 48 : 703.
Glass, Anne P. 2016. Resident-managed elder intentional neighborhoods: Do they promote social resources for older adults? Journal of Gerontological Social Work 59 (7-8): 554-71.
———. 2013. Lessons learned from a new elder cohousing community. Journal of Housing for the Elderly 27 (4): 348-68.
———. 2009. Aging in a community of mutual support: The emergence of an elder intentional cohousing community in the united states. Journal of Housing for the Elderly 23 (4): 283-303.
Glass, Annep, and Jane Skinner. 2013. Retirement communities: We know what they are … or do we? Journal of Housing for the Elderly 27 (1-2): 61-88.
Golant, Stephen M. 2008. Affordable clustered housing-care: A category of long-term care options for the elderly poor. Journal of Housing for the Elderly 22 (1-2): 3-44.
———. 2008. Commentary: Irrational exuberance for the aging in place of vulnerable low-income older homeowners. Journal of Aging & Social Policy 20 (4): 379-97.
Gorman-Murray, Andrew. 2007. New perspectives on the public power and political significance of home. Australian Geographer 38 (1): 133-43.
Grant, Lyle. 2014. Insatiability: Part of the problem or part of the solution? Behavior and Social Issues 23 : 52-67.
Gray, Anne. 2014. Care in the community or care of the community? some reflections on the role of support services in retirement housing. Housing, Care and Support 17 (2): 75-83.
Grierson, David. 2016. Unfinished business at the urban laboratory – paolo soleri, arcology, and arcosanti. Open House International 41 (4): 63-72.
Grinde, Bjørn, Ragnhild Nes, Ian MacDonald, and David Wilson. 2018. Quality of life in intentional communities. Social Indicators Research; an International and Interdisciplinary Journal for Quality-of-Life Measurement 137 (2): 625-40.
Gross, Rita. 2003. Some reflections about community and survival. Buddhist – Christian Studies 23 : 3-19.
Grundström, Karin. 2018. Mobility as a stratifying factor in housing: Dwelling-in-place contra dwelling-on-the-move in sweden. Mobilities 13 (1): 96-110.
Gurstein, Penny. 1996. Planning for telework and home-based employment: Reconsidering the Home/Work separation. Journal of Planning Education and Research 15 (3): 212-24.
Haber, David. 2013. Three silver linings in the cloud of old age: An autobiographical perspective. Gerontology & Geriatrics Education 35 (3).
———. 2009. Gerontology: Adding an empowerment paradigm. Journal of Applied Gerontology 28 (3): 283-97.
Hadjri, Karim. 2010. An assessment of sheltered housing design in belfast, northern ireland. Journal of Housing for the Elderly 24 (2): 171-92.
Hafford-Letchfield, Trish, Nicky Lambert, Ellouise Long, and Dominique Brady. 2017. Going solo: Findings from a survey of women aging without a partner and who do not have children. Journal of Women & Aging 29 (4): 321-33.
Hagbert, Pernilla, and Paula Femenías. 2016. Sustainable homes, or simply energy-efficient buildings? Journal of Housing and the Built Environment 31 (1): 1-17.
Hageman, Tina O’neil, Lisa Langenderfer-Magruder, Tamara Greene, James Herbert Williams, Jason St. Mary, Shelby Elaine Mcdonald, and Frank R. Ascione. 2018. Intimate partner violence survivors and pets: Exploring practitioners’ experiences in addressing client needs. Families in Society: The Journal of Contemporary Social Services 99 (2): 134-45.
Hamiduddin, Iqbal, Nick Gallent, and Didi Han. 2018. Self-build communities: The rationale and experiences of group-build (baugruppen) housing development in germany; turning a home into the common: The micro-politics of subjectivations in a cohousing community in seoul. Inter-Asia Cultural Studies 19 (3): 1; 372,19; 385.
Han, Didi. 2018. Turning a home into the common: The micro-politics of subjectivations in a cohousing community in seoul. Inter-Asia Cultural Studies 19 (3): 372-85.
Hasell, Mary Joyce, and John H. Scanzoni. 1997. Social networks and network-friendly housing in the U.S. International Journal of Comparative Sociology 38 (3): 289.
Heijne, Saskia, and John Buck. 2013. Effective and inclusive decision-making and governance: The example of steiner schools. Social Sciences Directory 2 (5): n/a.
Helamaa, Anna. 2013. The extended home: On design solutions for community oriented housing. Social Sciences Directory 2 (4): n/a.
Hilts, Stewart, and Peter Mitchell. 1993. Bucking the free market economy. Alternatives 19 (3): 16-23.
Hinson-Hasty, Elizabeth. 2014. The problem of wealth (1). Cross Currents 64 (1): 39.
Ho, Kc, and Vincent Chua. 2018. The neighbourhood roots of social cohesion: Notes on an exceptional case of singapore. Environment and Planning C: Politics and Space 36 (2): 290-312.
Hoffman, Andrew J., and Rebecca Henn. 2008. Overcoming the social and psychological barriers to green building. Organization & Environment 21 (4): 390-419.
Holland, Jacqueline M. 2018. Challenges and considerations for housing in the future. Family and Consumer Sciences Research Journal 47 (2): 124-9.
Hollands, Robert G. 2015. Critical interventions into the corporate smart city. Cambridge Journal of Regions, Economy and Society 8 (1): 61-77.
Holtzman, Gilo. 2014. Community by design, by the people: Social approach to designing and planning cohousing and ecovillage communities. Journal of Green Building 9 (3): 60-82.
Horelli, Liisa. 2013. The role of shared space for the building and maintenance of community from the gender perspective – A longitudinal case study in A neighbourhood of helsinki. Social Sciences Directory 2 (5): n/a.
Howe, Anna, Andrew Jones, and Cheryl Tilse. 2013. What’s in a name? similarities and differences in international terms and meanings for older peoples’ housing with services. Ageing and Society 33 (4): 547-78.
Huneke, Mary. 2005. The face of the un-consumer: An empirical examination of the practice of voluntary simplicity in the united states. Psychology & Marketing 22 (7): 527-50.
Imamoğlu, Çağrı. 2007. Assisted living as a new place schema. Environment and Behavior 39 (2): 246-68.
Infranca, John. 2016. Spaces for sharing: Micro-units amid the shift from ownership to access. Fordham Urban Law Journal 43 (1): 1.
Jabareen, Yosef. 2004. A knowledge map for describing variegated and conflict domains of sustainable development. Journal of Environmental Planning and Management 47 (4): 623-42.
Jabareen, Yosef Rafeq, Peter Jakobsen, and Henrik Gutzon Larsen. 2018. Sustainable urban forms: Their typologies, models, and concepts; an alternative for whom? the evolution and socio-economy of danish cohousing. Urban Research & Practice 26 (1): 38; 1,52; 17.
Jakobsen, Peter, and Henrik Gutzon Larsen. 2018. An alternative for whom? the evolution and socio-economy of danish cohousing. Urban Research & Practice: 1-17.
Jarvis, Helen. 2019. Sharing, togetherness and intentional degrowth. Progress in Human Geography 43 (2): 256-75.
———. 2015. Towards a deeper understanding of the social architecture of co-housing: Evidence from the UK, USA and australia. Urban Research & Practice: 1-13.
———. 2011. Saving space, sharing time: Integrated infrastructures of daily life in cohousing. Environment and Planning A 43 (3): 560-77.
Jarvis, Helen, and Alastair Bonnett. 2013. Progressive nostalgia in novel living arrangements: A counterpoint to neo-traditional new urbanism? Urban Studies 50 (11): 2349-70.
Johnson, Laura. 1999. Bringing work home: Developing a model residentially-based telework facility. Canadian Journal of Urban Research 8 (2): 119.
Jolanki, Outi, and Anni Vilkko. 2015. The meaning of a “Sense of community” in a finnish senior co-housing community. Journal of Housing for the Elderly 29 (1-2): 111-25.
Jones, Andrea. 2017. Housing choices in later life as unclaimed forms of housing activism. Contemporary Social Science 12 (1-2): 138-52.
Jones, Wanda. 2000. Beyond technology and managed care: The health system considers ten future trends. Frontiers of Health Services Management 16 (3): 13-28.
Jumadi, Norhaslina, and Ahmad Bujang. 2016. An introspective view of sustainable cohousing with the malaysian housing concept. MATEC Web of Conferences 66 .
Kala, Lukáš. 2017. Green and single: The role of green distinction among environmentalists. Human Affairs 27 (2): 192-204.
Kang, Mihyun, Melinda Lyon, and Jessy Kramp. 2012. Older adults’ motivations and expectations toward senior cohousing in a rural community. Housing and Society 39 (2): 187-202.
Kang, Min. 2013. From original homeland to ‘permanent housing’ and back: The post-disaster exodus and reconstruction of south taiwan’s indigenous communities. Social Sciences Directory 2 (4): n/a.
Kashef, Mohamad. 2017. Residential developments in small-town america: Assessment and regulations. City, Territory and Architecture 4 (1): 1-18.
———. 2011. Walkability and residential suburbs: A multidisciplinary perspective. Journal of Urbanism: International Research on Placemaking and Urban Sustainability 4 (1): 39-56.
Kehl, Konstantin, and Stephan Stahlschmidt. 2016. The limits of monetizing and paying for volunteering in eldercare: A behavioral-economic approach. Voluntas 27 (2): 768-89.
Kehl, Konstantin, and Volker Then. 2013. Community and civil society returns of multi-generation cohousing in germany. Journal of Civil Society 9 (1): 41-57.
Kennedy, Christine, Andrew King, and Paul Stoneman. 2017. The city of 2050-an age-friendly, vibrant, intergenerational community; understanding SAFE housing – putting older LGBT* people’s concerns, preferences and experiences of housing in england in a sociological context. Housing, Care and Support 34; 20 (3; 3): 70; 89,75; 99.
Kirkman, Robert. 2009. At home in the seamless web: Agency, obduracy, and the ethics of metropolitan growth. Science, Technology, & Human Values 34 (2): 234-58.
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Kushner, James A. 2005. Car-free housing developments: Towards sustainable smart growth and urban regeneration through car-free zoning, car-free redevelopment, pedestrian improvement districts, and new urbanism.(european union). UCLA Journal of Environmental Law & Policy 23 (1): 1.
Lager, Debbie, Bettina van Hoven, and Louise Meijering. 2012. Places that matter: Place attachment and wellbeing of older antillean migrants in the netherlands. European Spatial Research and Policy 19 (1): 81.
Lang, Richard, and Harald Stoeger. 2018. The role of the local institutional context in understanding collaborative housing models: Empirical evidence from austria. International Journal of Housing Policy 18 (1): 35-54.
Lanini, Luca, and Eleonora Barsanti. 2018. Hybrid building as social and energy hub for smart cities: Unitè 2.0, a prototype. Techne: 49-199.
Larsen, Henrik Gutzon. 2019. Three phases of danish cohousing: Tenure and the development of an alternative housing form. Housing Studies: 1-23.
Leder, Drew. 1999. Aging into the spirit: From traditional wisdom to innovative programs and communities. Generations 23 (4): 36-41.
Lee, Shelley. 2006. Charles Durrett on how ‘intentional community’ can help us get this aging thing right. Journal of Financial Planning 19 (9): 24-7.
Lehavi, Amnon. 2018. Re-romanticizing commons and community in israeli discourse: Social, economic, and political motives. Theoretical Inquiries in Law 19 (2): 671-703.
Lies, Melissa M., Mihyun Kang, and Rachel K. Sample. 2017. Place attachment and design features in a rural senior cohousing community. Housing and Society 44 (1-2): 41-63.
Lille, Coudroy De. 2015. Housing cooperatives in poland. the origins of a deadlock. Urban Research & Practice: 1-15.
Lindahl, Lisbeth, Morgan Andersson, and Jan Paulsson. 2018. Perceived safety in extra-care housing for senior residents. Journal of Housing for the Elderly 32 (1): 58-72.
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Lubik, Amy, Tom Kosatsky, Amy Lubik, and Tom Kosatsky. 2019. Public health should promote co-operative housing and cohousing; public health should promote co-operative housing and cohousing. Canadian Journal of Public Health = Revue Canadienne De Sante Publique 110; 110 (2; 2): 121; 121-126.
Luis Del, Romero Renau. 2018. Ecovillages in spain: Searching an emancipatory social transformation? Cogent Social Sciences 4 (1).
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Mallers, Melanie H., Maria Claver, and Lisa A. Lares. 2014. Perceived control in the lives of older adults: The influence of langer and Rodin’s work on gerontological theory, policy, and practice. The Gerontologist 54 (1): 67-74.
Malvasi G., Mark. 2015. Thicker than water. Modern Age 57 (2): 69.
Manthorpe, Jill, Jess Harris, and Sam Mauger. 2016. Older people’s forums in the united kingdom: Civic engagement and activism reviewed. Working with Older People 20 (3): 165-78.
Marcuse, Peter. 2008. Urban utopias: The built and social architectures of alternative settlements. New Formations(65): 136-II.
Mardache, Andreea. 2017. Intentional communities in romania. precursor stage of community integration. Bulletin of the Transilvania University of Brasov.Series VII, Social Sciences and Law 10 (2): 87-92.
Margaret, Critchlow Rodman. 2013. Co-caring in senior cohousing: A canadian model for social sustainability. Social Sciences Directory 2 (4): n/a.
Markle, Elizabeth A., Rachel Rodgers, William Sanchez, and Mary Ballou. 2015. Social support in the cohousing model of community: A mixed-methods analysis. Community Development 46 (5): 1-16.
Martell, Luke. 2018. Utopianism and social change: Materialism, conflict and pluralism. Capital & Class 42 (3): 435.
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Mckanan, Daniel. 2016. Camphill at seventy-five: Developmental communalism in process. Communal Societies 36 (1): 25-49.
Mckenzie, Evan. 2003. Common‐interest housing in the communities of tomorrow. Housing Policy Debate 14 (1-2): 203-34.
Meiklejohn, Susan Turner. 1999. Has discrimination disappeared? A response to william julius wilson. Economic Development Quarterly 13 (4): 321-38.
Mercer, David. 1998. Science, technology and democracy on the STS agenda: Review article. Prometheus 16 (1): 81-91.
Metcalf, William “Bill”. 2008. The fall and rise of an antipodean utopia: Brisbane, australia.(brisbane, australia)(critical essay). Utopian Studies 19 (2): 189.
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