Fringe research: time to listen to the residents?

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In looking at the problems of rampant suburban growth in Australia, Fiona Andrews and Louise Johnson say we are missing a key question: how people who move to fringe areas make meaningful, satisfying and successful lives there?

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Dr Fiona Andrews is a lecturer at the School of Health & Social Development at Deakin University. Louise Johnson is Professor of Australian Studies at Deakin University.

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