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Product Information Social Participation and Rural/Vulnerable Communities: Does Asset Ownership Matter?

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This paper is based on a comprehensive review of the relevant literature. It examines the impact of owning your own home on meaningful social inclusion.

 Author(s): Margaret Lombe

Published in:2006

 Geographic Area Served: Everywhere
Product information last verified: 9/20/2016
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