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How can Demanding Behaviour in Public Housing be Managed Effectively?

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Habibis, D and Atkinson, R and Dunbar, T and Goss, DN and Easthope, H and Maginn, P, How can Demanding Behaviour in Public Housing be Managed Effectively?, AHURI Research & Policy Bulletin, Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute, Melbourne, 94, pp. 1-4. (2007) [Internal Newsletter]


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Abstract

Changes in the profile of public housing tenants in recent decades have seen a growth in the number of tenants with complex needs and demanding behaviours. By adopting practices of systematic and close support of tenants state housing authorities can assist tenants to change their behaviour and sustain their tenancies.

Item Details

Item Type:Internal Newsletter
Keywords:public housing, demanding behaviour, tenants, support
Research Division:Human Society
Research Group:Policy and administration
Research Field:Urban policy
Objective Division:Indigenous
Objective Group:Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community services
Objective Field:Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community services not elsewhere classified
UTAS Author:Habibis, D (Associate Professor Daphne Habibis)
UTAS Author:Atkinson, R (Associate Professor Rowland Atkinson)
UTAS Author:Goss, DN (Mr Daniel Goss)
UTAS Author:Easthope, H (Ms Hazel Easthope)
ID Code:81402
Year Published:2007
Deposited By:Sociology and Social Work
Deposited On:2012-12-04
Last Modified:2020-08-24
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