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Poor neighbourhoods are not simply materially impoverished; impacts are felt in terms of hopelessness, demoralisation and despair (Atkinson and Kintrea 2004). In addition, suburbanisation has become prevalent and is growing, generating new forms of poverty. In areas where the infrastructure of social support is poor, people experience transport difficulties in accessing services and inevitably face a poverty of participation (see Chap. 10). This exacerbation of poverty and inequality is a key trend and one to which, ironically, social work has paid so little attention in recent times (Jack and Gill 2013).
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Cities are extremely ethnically diverse places, but the nature of that diversity is rapidly changing (Vertovec 2007). Poor ethno-suburbs that have emerged in segregated patterns over time are now being transformed by new migrations and are subject to the flux and churn of movements in and out (Wacquant 2014). These new and diverse groups dwelling in particular quarters or suburbs of the city are highly associated with poverty and cities are struggling to cope with this transition, in terms of both settlement and cohesion.