Just Cities & Societies

We aim to provide a supportive and inspirational environment for colleagues to work collaboratively in advancing ideas about justice and equity in their research and scholarship.

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Publications

2024

Meth, P., Charlton, S., Goodfellow, T., Todes, A. (2024) Conclusions. Manchester University Press

Goodfellow, T., Eyob, Y., Meth, P., Mukwedeya, T., Todes, A. (2024) Governing the urban peripheries. Manchester University Press

Charlton, S., Todes, A., Meth, P. (2024) Housing, history and hope in South Africa's urban peripheries. Manchester University Press

Meth, P., Charlton, S., Goodfellow, T., Todes, A. (2024) Introduction. Manchester University Press

(2024) Living the Urban Periphery: Infrastructure, Everyday Life and Economic Change in African City-Regions.

Meth, P., Charlton, S., Todes, A. (2024) Producing places: services, infrastructure and the public realm in South Africa and Addis Ababa. Manchester University Press

Meth, P., Belihu, M. S., Buthelezi, S. (2024) Social differentiation, boredom and crime within the peripheries. Manchester University Press

Goodfellow, T., Meth, P., Charlton, S. (2024) Transport and mobility (in South Africa and Addis Ababa) Manchester University Press

Li, J., McArthur, D. P., Hong, J., Livingston, M. (2024) Influence of maternal past non-transport pro-environmental behaviours on young adults' sustainable transport. Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment, 131, (doi: 10.1016/j.trd.2024.104231)

Lawson, L., Kearns, A., Mackenzie, M., Wilson, T. (2024) Women in Multiple Low-paid Employment: Pathways Between Work, Care and Health. Final Report. (doi: 10.36399/gla.pubs.326795)

Quyoum, A., Wong, M. (2024) Valuing lived experience and co-design solutions to counter racial inequality in data and algorithmic systems in UK’s digital services. Information Communication and Society, (doi: 10.1080/1369118X.2024.2331781)

Baxter, S., Cullingworth, J., Whitworth, A., Runswick-Cole, K., Clowes, M. (2024) Understanding interventions and outcomes in supported employment and individual placement support: A qualitative evidence synthesis. Disability and Health Journal, 17, (doi: 10.1016/j.dhjo.2024.101579)

Bell, K., Price, V., McLoughlin, K., Pemberton, M. (2024) Converting the United States and United Kingdom defence sector to civil production: the views of defence workers. Peace and Change, 49, pp. 101-123. (doi: 10.1111/pech.12648)

Marsh, N., Howcroft, M., Owen, J. (2024) "Pride in place" beyond the metrics: Insights from the Feeling Towns project, AHRC Place Programme Policy Brief. (doi: 10.36399/gla.pubs.321921)

Waite, D., Roy, G., McIntyre, S. (2024) Workshop explores inclusive growth policy within the Glasgow City Region.

Gurney, C. M. (2024) Stay Home: Housing and Home in the UK during the Covid-19 Pandemic, By Becky Tunstall, Policy Press, 2023, ISBN 978-1-4473-6589-1, pp. viii+241. International Journal of Housing Policy, 24, pp. 185-189. (doi: 10.1080/19491247.2024.2310867)

Amele, S. et al. (2024) Quality of ethnicity data within Scottish health records and implications of misclassification for ethnic inequalities in severe COVID-19: a national linked data study. Journal of Public Health, 46, pp. 116-122. (doi: 10.1093/pubmed/fdad196)

Parsons, K., Delbridge, R., Uyarra, E., Waite, D., Huggins, R., Morgan, K. (2024) Advancing inclusive innovation policy in the UK’s second-tier city-regions. Review of Regional Research,

Gurney, C. M. (2024) Unintentional injuries and social harm in Australian housing. University of Adelaide

Wang, Y., Livingston, M., Mcarthur, D. P., Bailey, N. (2024) Enhancing our understanding of short-term rental activity: a daily scrape-based approach for Airbnb listings. PLoS ONE, 19, (doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0298131)

Purdam, K., Troncoso, P., Morales-Gómez, A., Leckie, G. (2024) Local geographic variations in children’s school readiness - a multilevel analysis of the development gaps in England. Child Indicators Research, 17, pp. 145-176. (doi: 10.1007/s12187-023-10081-7)

Baker, C., Atkinson, D., Grabher, B., Howcroft, M. (2024) Culture, Place and Partnership: The Cultural Relations of Eurovision 2023.

Baker, C., Atkinson, D., Grabher, B., Howcroft, M. (2024) Soft Power, Cultural Relations and Conflict through Eurovision and Other Mega-events: A Literature Review.

Bell, K. (2024) International solidarity for a de-colonised Just Transition: Electric vehicles and lithium in Mexico and Europe. Contemporary Social Science, (doi: 10.1080/21582041.2024.2302615)

Jones, K., Wright, S., Scullion, L. (2024) The impact of welfare conditionality on experiences of job quality. Work, Employment and Society, (doi: 10.1177/09500170231219677)

Verduzco-Torres, J. R., Mcarthur, D. P. (2024) Public transport accessibility indicators to urban and regional services in Great Britain. Scientific Data, 11, (doi: 10.1038/s41597-023-02890-w)

Gawlewicz, A., Narkowicz, K., Piekut, A., Trevena, P., Wright, S. (2024) 'They made bets that I’d die’: impacts of Covid-19 on Polish essential workers in the UK. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 50, pp. 442-460. (doi: 10.1080/1369183X.2023.2249620)

2023

Matthews, P., Hastings, A., Wang, Y. (2023) Understanding COVID-lockdowns through urban management systems: a novel application of administrative data. Urban, Planning and Transport Research, 11, (doi: 10.1080/21650020.2023.2203217)

White, J. T., Kenny, T., Samuel, F., Foye, C., James, G., Serin, B. (2023) Are well-designed places possible? A model of design governance intervention in the planning, design and development of new neighbourhoods. Journal of Urban Design, (doi: 10.1080/13574809.2023.2296885)

Skeldon, K. et al. (2023) Research Firsts Exhibition. (doi: 10.17605/OSF.IO/ZQC5P)

Gawlewicz, A. (2023) Magic happened: co-producing a research-inspired exhibition. Research Matters, 2023, pp. 1-2.

Fergie, G., Vaczy, C., Smith, K., Mackenzie, M., Phan, T. T., Hilton, S. (2023) Young people's perspectives on addressing UK health inequalities: utopian visions and preferences for action. Health Expectations, 26, pp. 2264-2277. (doi: 10.1111/hex.13825)

Troncoso, P., Treanor, M., Williamson, L., Macintyre, C. (2023) Data Explained: Exploring context, factors and approaches to educational exclusions and absences.

Wright, S. (2023) Women and Welfare Conditionality: Lived Experiences of Benefit Sanctions, Work and Welfare. Policy Press

Howcroft, M. (2023) The cultural politics of civic pride through Hull UK City of Culture 2017. Arts and the Market, 13, pp. 138-158. (doi: 10.1108/AAM-08-2021-0043)

Bailey, N., Livingston, M., Chi, B. (2023) Housing and welfare reform, and the suburbanization of poverty in UK cities 2011-20. Housing Studies, (doi: 10.1080/02673037.2023.2266398)

Wang, X., Feng, S., Tang, T. (2023) Acceptability toward policy mix: impact of low-carbon travel intention, fairness, and effectiveness. Sustainability, 15, (doi: 10.3390/su152015070)

Waite, D., Pike, A., Roy, G. (2023) The prospect of City Deals in New Zealand.

Kamete, A. (2023) Zimbabwe. Brill

Mah, A. (2023) Petrochemical Planet: Multiscalar Battles of Industrial Transformation. Duke University Press

Verduzco-Torres, J. R., Mcarthur, D. (2023) Written Evidence for the Future of Transport Data UK Parliament Inquiry.

Treanor, M., Troncoso, P., Williamson, L. (2023) School and area-level disparities in exclusions in Scottish secondary schools. International Journal of Population Data Science, 8, (doi: 10.23889/ijpds.v8i2.2194)

Soraghan, J., Raab, G., Troncoso, P. (2023) The impact of the Covid-19 pandemic restrictions on children entering and leaving care in Scotland. International Journal of Population Data Science, 8, (doi: 10.23889/ijpds.v8i2.2207)

Amele, S. et al. (2023) Ethnic inequalities in positive SARS-CoV-2 tests, infection prognosis, COVID-19 hospitalisations, and deaths: Analysis of two years of a record linked national cohort study in Scotland. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, 77, pp. 641-648. (doi: 10.1136/jech-2023-220501)

Owen, J., Howcroft, M. (2023) Pride(s) in Place(s) Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Pride.

Porto de Albuquerque, J., Anderson, L., Calvillo, N., Cattino, M., Clarke, A., Cunha, M. A., Garde-Hansen, J., Klonner, C., Lima-Silva, F., Marchezini, V., Martins, M. H. d. M., Pajarito Grajales, D., Pitidis, V., Rizwan, M., Tkacz, N., Trajber, R. (2023) Dialogic data innovations for sustainability transformations and flood resilience: the case for waterproofing data. Global Environmental Change, 82, (doi: 10.1016/j.gloenvcha.2023.102730)

Gibb, K., Sharpe, T., Higney, A., Moreno-Rangel, A., Serin, B., White, J., Hoolachan, A. (2023) Niddrie Road, Glasgow: Tenement Retrofit Evaluation.

Treanor, M., Troncoso, P. (2023) The indivisibility of parental and child mental health and why poverty matters. Journal of Adolescent Health, 73, pp. 470-477. (doi: 10.1016/j.jadohealth.2023.04.012)

Wong, M., Peacock, T., Porteous, R., Watson, L. (2023) Video Game Research Innovation Starter Toolkit: A Beginners’ Guide for Innovation and Industry and Community Engagement.

White, J. T., Orr, A., Jackson, C., Gardner, A., Hickie, J., Richardson, R., Stewart, J. (2023) Averting dead mall syndrome: de-malling and the future of the purpose-built shopping center in large UK cities. Journal of Urban Affairs, (doi: 10.1080/07352166.2023.2239957)

Rochow, T., Wong, M. (2023) “School for Houses”: conditional housing pathways for young people in the UK. Springer

Shaw, R., Rhead, R., Zhu, J., Wels, J., Silverwood, R., Demou, E., Hamilton, O., Pattaro, S., Boyd, A., Katikireddi, V. (2023) The Relationship Between Testing Positive for COVID-19 and Economic Activity and Employment Status: Evidence from Five Longitudinal Studies Linked to English NHS Testing Data. (doi: 10.1136/jech-2023-SSMabstracts.283)

Verduzco-Torres, J. R., Bailey, N., Mcarthur, D. (2023) Towards Just Neighbourhoods: Leveraging Geospatial Data Science to Understand Night-Time Public Transport Variability in British Cities.

Earley, A. (2023) Achieving urban regeneration without gentrification? Community enterprises and community assets in the UK. Journal of Urban Affairs, (doi: 10.1080/07352166.2023.2229459)

Crisp, R., Waite, D., Green, A., Hughes, C., Lupton, R., MacKinnon, D., Pike, A. (2023) ‘Beyond GDP’ in cities: assessing alternative approaches to urban economic development. Urban Studies, (doi: 10.1177/00420980231187884)

Verduzco-Torres, J. R., Mcarthur, D. (2023) From morning to night: Unveiling the variability in public transport services across Great Britain.

Fernandez-Torne, C., Young, G. (2023) Mirroring truths: how liberal democracies are challenging their foundational narratives. Social Sciences, 12, (doi: 10.3390/socsci12080438)

Scherer, N., Wiseman, P., Watson, N., Brunner, R., Cullingworth, J., Hameed, S., Pearson, C., Shakespeare, T. (2023) 'Do they ever think about people like us?': The experiences of people with learning disabilities in England and Scotland during the COVID-19 pandemic. Critical Social Policy, 43, pp. 423-447. (doi: 10.1177/02610183221109147)

Weakley, S., Waite, D. (2023) Academic knowledge brokering in local policy spaces: negotiating and implementing dynamic idea types. Evidence and Policy: A Journal of Research, Debate and Practice, 19, pp. 342-359. (doi: 10.1332/174426421X16638549272196)

Verduzco-Torres, J. R., Raturi, V. (2023) Can Smartphone Location Data at the Point Level be Used to Estimate Traffic Volumes?: A Methodological Evaluation.

Baker, C., Howcroft, M. (2023) Gay Bod: civic and LGBTQ+ pride after Brexit in a city on the margins of the UK and Europe. Routledge

Gurney, C. (2023) Disruptive behaviour in Higher Education teaching and learning: A discussion.

Waite, D. (2023) What Are the Changing Threads of Subnational Policy in Scotland?

Mah, A. (2023) Foreword. Routledge

Lindsay, C., Baruffati, D., Mackenzie, M., Ellis, D. A., Major, M., O'Donnell, K., Simpson, S., Williamson, A., Duddy, C., Wong, G., David, B., Claire, D., Calum, L., Andrea, W., Geoff, W. (2023) A realist review of the causes of, and current interventions to address ‘missingness’ in health care. NIHR Open Research, 3, (doi: 10.3310/nihropenres.13431.1)

Quyoum, A., Wong, M. (2023) Co-producing Dialogues and Valuing Lived Experience to Counter Racial Inequality in Everyday Digital Services.

Williams, A., Wong, M. (2023) Disrupting the Doughnut of Doom episode 2 - SEvEN: Seven Voices, One Future video game innovation amplifying Minoritised Ethnic voices in sustainable future of Scotland.

Treanor, M. (2023) How public debt and arrears are experienced by low-income families. Aberlour,

Meth, P., Belihu, M., Buthelezi, S., Masikane, F. (2023) Not entirely displacement: conceptualizing relocation in Ethiopia and South Africa as “disruptive re-placement” Urban Geography, 44, pp. 824-849. (doi: 10.1080/02723638.2022.2042067)

Parsons, K., Delbridge, R., Uyarra, E., Waite, D., Huggins, R., Morgan, K. (2023) Regional economic growth through innovation policy and business engagement: evidence from three UK city regions.

Bell, K., Hickel, J., Arbon, R., Zoomkawala, H. (2023) Which direction for sustainable development? A time series comparison of the impacts of redistributive versus market policies in Bolivia and South Korea. Sustainable Development, (doi: 10.1002/sd.2592)

Allan, G. J., Waite, D., Roy, G. (2023) A mission perspective on emissions reduction at the city level: the case of Glasgow, Scotland. Climate Policy, (doi: 10.1080/14693062.2023.2213223)

Wong, M., Peacock, T., Leeper Jr, M., Gurung, S., Porteous, R., Watson, L., Ahmad, S., Macivor, J., Kamboj, A., Williams, A., Wunder, J., Gallacher, J. (2023) Education Evolved - SEvEN: Seven Voices, One Future.

Chen, H., Cao, Y., Feng, L., Zhao, Q., Verduzco-Torres, J. R. (2023) Understanding the spatial heterogeneity of COVID-19 vaccination uptake in England. BMC Public Health, 23, (doi: 10.1186/s12889-023-15801-w)

Bell, K. (2023) Advancing Working-Class Environmentalism and a Transformative Just Transition.

Soraghan, J., Raab, G., Troncoso, P., Treanor, M., Porter, R. (2023) The Impact of COVID-19 on Children’s Care Journeys in Scotland. Scottish Centre for Administrative Data Research, (doi: 10.7488/era/3245)

Bell, K., Price, V., McLoughlin, K., Kojola, E. (2023) The necessity of a transformational approach to just transition: defence worker views on decarbonisation, diversification and sustainability. Environmental Politics, (doi: 10.1080/09644016.2023.2199661)

Raab, G., Soraghan, J., Macintyre, C., McGhee, J., Troncoso, P. (2023) Infants born into care in Scotland (2008-2021) (doi: 10.7488/era/3256)

Gawlewicz, A., Narkowicz, K., Wright, S. (2023) Heroes or villains? Migrant essential workers and combined hostilities of Covid-19 and Brexit. Discover Society: New Series, 3,

Treanor, M., Troncoso, P. (2023) Digital exclusion in education: What the online learning technology Scholar tells us about inequality in Scottish secondary schools.

Wang, Y., Bailey, N., McArthur, D., Livingston, M. (2023) Hosting major events: Understanding the impacts of short-term rentals in Glasgow during COP26. (doi: 10.5281/zenodo.7828437)

Orr, A. M., Stewart, J. L., Jackson, C. C., White, J. T. (2023) Shifting prime retailing pitches. A GIS analysis of the spatial adaptations in city centre retail markets. Journal of Property Research, 40, pp. 101-133. (doi: 10.1080/09599916.2022.2141133)

Gurney, C. (2023) In Place(s) of Fear: Towards a Sociology of Housing, Home and Fear.

Gurney, C., Lucas, R. (2023) Pedagogy and Presentations in Housing Studies Education and Practice.

Earley, A., James, G., Stephens, M., Sakalasuriya, M. (2023) The Contested Politics of Residential Space.

Gurney, C., Simcock, T. (2023) Exploring the Dark Side of Home: In Conversation with Dr Craig Gurney.

Orr, A. M., Stewart, J. L., Jackson, C. C., White, J. T. (2023) Ownership diversity and fragmentation: a barrier to urban centre resilience. Environment and Planning B: Urban Analytics and City Science, 50, pp. 660-677. (doi: 10.1177/23998083221124600)

Wang, Y., Livingston, M., McArthur, D. P., Bailey, N. (2023) The challenges of measuring the short-term rental market: an analysis of open data on Airbnb activity. Housing Studies, (doi: 10.1080/02673037.2023.2176829)

Waite, D. (2023) Agglomeration is in the eye of the beholder: the changing governance of polycentrism. Territory, Politics, Governance, 11, pp. 222-240. (doi: 10.1080/21622671.2021.1886978)

Orr, A., Stewart, J., Jackson, C., White, J. T. (2023) Not quite the ‘death of the high street’ in UK city centres: rising vacancy rates and the shift in property use richness and diversity. Cities, 133, (doi: 10.1016/j.cities.2022.104124)

Troncoso, P., Treanor, M. (2023) Methods for analysing the relationship between poverty, parental work intensity, child emotional symptoms and conduct problems over time. MethodsX, 10, (doi: 10.1016/j.mex.2022.101940)

Bell, K., Hermoza, R. T., Staddon, C., Willems, B., Maldonado, F. C., Berrocal, N. T., Flores, L. P. (2023) The fences of Chuschi: The impacts of land enclosure on an Andean indigenous community. Journal of Rural Studies, 97, pp. 224-234. (doi: 10.1016/j.jrurstud.2022.10.004)

Parkin, J., Crawford, F., Flower, J., Alford, C., Morgan, P., Parkhurst, G. (2023) Cyclist and pedestrian trust in automated vehicles: An on-road and simulator trial. International Journal of Sustainable Transportation, 17, pp. 762-774. (doi: 10.1080/15568318.2022.2093147)

Chao, A., Frears, E., Howcroft, M., Owen, J., Marsh, N. (2023) How Proud?

2022

Crisp, R., Waite, D. (2022) Building Back Better in urban contexts through a dual ethics of justice and care. Urban Geography, (doi: 10.1080/02723638.2022.2142402)

Quyoum, A., Powell, S., Clark, T. (2022) Exploring the BME attainment gap in a Russell Group university: a mixed methods case-study. Education Sciences, 12, (doi: 10.3390/educsci12120860)

Tilsted, J. P., Mah, A., Nielson, T. D., Finkill, G., Bauer, F. (2022) Petrochemical transition narratives: Selling fossil fuel solutions in a decarbonizing world. Energy Research and Social Science, 94, (doi: 10.1016/j.erss.2022.102880)

Serin, B. (2022) Provision of Amenities by Large-scale Urban Development Projects in the UK.

Cullingworth, J., Brunner, R., Watson, N. (2022) Not the usual suspects: creating the conditions for and implementing co-production with marginalised young people in Glasgow. Public Policy and Administration, (doi: 10.1177/09520767221140439)

Wong, M., Quyoum, A. (2022) Protecting Minoritised Ethnic Communities Online [Invited Talk]

Baillie, A., Skivington, K., Fergie, G., Mackenzie, M. (2022) Participatory and Deliberative Processes in the UK Related to Income Insecurity: a Scoping Review. (doi: 10.1016/S0140-6736(22)02228-0)

Treanor, M., Troncoso, P. (2022) Poverty, parental work intensity and child emotional and conduct problems. Social Science and Medicine, 312, pp. 115373. (doi: 10.1016/j.socscimed.2022.115373)

Serin, B., Irak, D. (2022) Production of space from the digital front: From everyday life to the everyday politics of networked practices. Cities, 130, (doi: 10.1016/j.cities.2022.103889)

Waite, D., Roy, G. (2022) The promises and pitfalls of operationalizing inclusive growth. Regional Studies, 56, pp. 1989-2000. (doi: 10.1080/00343404.2022.2050201)

Marsh, N., Clarke, C., Howcroft, M., May, W. (2022) Towns and the Cultural Economies of Recovery: A Multidisciplinary Mapping.

Treanor, M. (2022) Universal Credit deductions for households with children by Scottish local authority - A report on Freedom of Information requests.

Wong, M. (2022) Digital society, algorithmic harm, and the pandemic response. Routledge

Trevena, P., Gawlewicz, A., Wright, S. (2022) Addressing the needs of Scotland’s migrant and minority ethnic populations under Covid-19: lessons for the future.

Orr, A. M., Stewart, J. (2022) Property use diversity and spatial accessibility within urban retailing centres: drivers of retail values. Journal of Property Research, 39, pp. 365-392. (doi: 10.1080/09599916.2022.2046138)

Martínez, L., Young, G. (2022) Street vending, vulnerability and exclusion during the COVID-19 pandemic: the case of Cali, Colombia. Environment and Urbanization, 34, pp. 372-390. (doi: 10.1177/09562478221113753)

Bell, K., Reed, M. (2022) The tree of participation: a new model for inclusive decision-making. Community Development Journal, 57, pp. 595-614. (doi: 10.1093/cdj/bsab018)

Mcbride, M., Feeney, E., Pirie, C., Cullingworth, J. (2022) At the COVID-19 frontlines: voluntary sector support for refugee and migrant families in Glasgow. Policy Press

Jin, Y., Hanna, P., Eves, A., Jiang, Z., Tang, T. (2022) Leisure eating practices and plate waste in China: the consumer perspective. Leisure Studies, (doi: 10.1080/02614367.2022.2125554)

Cullingworth, J., Watson, N., Shakespeare, T., Brunner, R., Pearson, C., Scherer, N. (2022) “They have been a saving grace in all this”: the role of the third sector in disabled people’s experiences of COVID-19 and implications for sector–state relations. Voluntary Sector Review,

Hastings, A., Gannon, M. (2022) Absorbing the shock of austerity: the experience of local government workers at the front line. Local Government Studies, 48, pp. 887-906. (doi: 10.1080/03003930.2021.1889516)

Waite, D. (2022) Critical realist perspectives on the urban growth system. Environment and Planning A, 54, pp. 1219-1235. (doi: 10.1177/0308518X221102958)

Brown, D., Mah, A., Walker, G. (2022) The tenacity of trust in petrochemical communities: reckoning with risk on the Fawley Waterside (1997–2019) Environment and Planning E: Nature and Space, 5, pp. 997-1696. (doi: 10.1177/25148486211045367)

Kamete, A. Y. (2022) Zimbabwe. Brill

Treanor, M., Troncoso, P. (2022) Digitally excluded: inequalities in the access and use of online learning technologies in Scottish secondary schools. International Journal of Population Data Science, 7, (doi: 10.23889/ijpds.v7i3.1819)

Stephens, M., O'Brien, P., Earley, A. (2022) Resilience in the housing system: Market institutions from the global financial crisis to COVID-19.

Orr, A. M., Jackson, C., White, J. T., Lawson, V., Gardner, A., Hickie, J., Richardson, R., Stewart, J. L. (2022) Retail Change and Transition in UK City Centres. Real Estate, Place Adaptation and Innovation within an integrated Retailing system (REPAIR) End of Project Report.

Hastings, A., Mackenzie, M., Earley, A. (2022) Domestic Abuse and Housing: Policy in Focus Since the COVID-19 Pandemic.

Calvert, T., Crawford, F., Parkhurst, G., Parkin, J. (2022) Perceived accessibility of employment sites by jobseekers and the potential relevance of employer-subsidised demand responsive transport to enhance the commute. Cities, 130, (doi: 10.1016/j.cities.2022.103872)

Williams, G., Charlton, S., Coelho, K., Mahadevia, D., Meth, P. (2022) (Im)mobility at the margins: low-income households’ experiences of peripheral resettlement in India and South Africa. Housing Studies, 37, pp. 910-931. (doi: 10.1080/02673037.2021.1946018)

Verduzco-Torres, J. R., Hong, J., McArthur, D. P. (2022) How do psychological, habitual and built environment factors influence cycling in a city with a well-connected cycling infrastructure? International Journal of Urban Sciences, 26, pp. 479-498. (doi: 10.1080/12265934.2021.1930111)

Pattaro, S., Bailey, N., Williams, E., Gibson, M., Wells, V., Tranmer, M., Dibben, C. (2022) The impacts of benefit sanctions: a scoping review of the quantitative research evidence. Journal of Social Policy, 51, pp. 611-653. (doi: 10.1017/S0047279421001069)

Ikegwuonu, T., Hilton, S., Smith, K. E., Buckton, C. H., Wong, M., Weishaar, H. B. (2022) Understanding commercial actors’ engagement in policy debates on proposed e-cigarette regulation in Scotland. Tobacco Control, 31, pp. 511-519. (doi: 10.1136/tobaccocontrol-2020-056084)

Lawson, V., Orr, A., Stewart, J. (2022) Building Usage and Ownership. Adaptation and resilience of city centres (WPA Policy Brief)

Lawson, V., Orr, A., Gardner, A., Stewart, J. (2022) City Centre Real Estate Markets. Changing retail practice and adaptation (WPC Policy Brief)

Sundstedt, A., Young, G., Osborne, M. (2022) SHLC (Animation)

Lowe, J., García-Sancho, M., Leng, R., Wong, M., Vermeulen, N., Viry, G. (2022) Across and within networks: thickening the history of genomics. Historical Studies in the Natural Sciences, 52, pp. 443-475. (doi: 10.1525/hsns.2022.52.3.443)

Troncoso, P., Morales-Gómez, A. (2022) Estimating the complier average causal effect via a latent class approach using gsem. Stata Journal, 22, pp. 404-415. (doi: 10.1177/1536867X221106416)

Feltrin, L., Mah, A., Brown, D. (2022) Noxious deindustrialization: experiences of precarity and pollution in Scotland’s petrochemical capital. Environment and Planning C: Politics and Space, 40, pp. 781-986. (doi: 10.1177/23996544211056328)

Treanor, M. (2022) Results of Freedom of Information request on school meal debt processes.

García-Sancho, M., Leng, R., Viry, G., Wong, M., Vermeulen, N., Lowe, J. (2022) The Human Genome Project as a singular episode in the history of genomics. Historical Studies in the Natural Sciences, 52, pp. 320-360. (doi: 10.1525/hsns.2022.52.3.320)

Lowe, J., Leng, R., Viry, G., Wong, M., Vermeulen, N., García-Sancho, M. (2022) The bricolage of pig genomics. Historical Studies in the Natural Sciences, 52, pp. 401-442. (doi: 10.1525/hsns.2022.52.3.401)

Leng, R., Viry, G., García-Sancho, M., Lowe, J., Wong, M., Vermeulen, N. (2022) The sequences and the sequencers: what can a mixed-methods approach reveal about the history of genomics? Historical Studies in the Natural Sciences, 52, pp. 277-319. (doi: 10.1525/hsns.2022.52.3.277)

Wright, S., Robertson, L., Stewart, A. B. R. (2022) Universal Credit and the invalidation of mental health problems: claimant and Jobcentre Plus staff experiences. Journal of Poverty and Social Justice, 30, pp. 151-170. (doi: 10.1332/175982721X16437383460256)

García-Sancho, M., Lowe, J., Viry, G., Leng, R., Wong, M., Vermeulen, N. (2022) Yeast sequencing: ‘network’ genomics and institutional bridges. Historical Studies in the Natural Sciences, 52, pp. 361-400. (doi: 10.1525/hsns.2022.52.3.361)

Pajarito Grajales, D., Castro Degrossi, L., Barros, D. D. R., Khan, M. R., Lima E. Silva, F., Cunha, M. A., Trajber, R., Porto de Albuquerque, J. (2022) Enabling Participatory Flood Monitoring Through Cloud Services.

Shaw, D., Brennan, M., McKeever, D., Wong, M. (2022) 'Turn Up the Volume' Survey: Music Fan Attitudes towards Climate Change and Music Sustainability - Initial Report.

Humphrey, N., Hennessey, A., Troncoso, P., Panayiotou, M., Black, L., Petersen, K., Wo, L., Mason, C., Ashworth, E., Frearson, K., Boehnke, J. R., Pockett, R. D., Lowin, J., Foxcroft, D., Wigelsworth, M., Lendrum, A. (2022) The Good Behaviour Game intervention to improve behavioural and other outcomes for children aged 7–8 years: a cluster RCT. Public Health Research, 10, (doi: 10.3310/VKOF7695)

Gawlewicz, A., Yiftachel, O. (2022) 'Throwntogetherness' in hostile environments: migration and the remaking of urban citizenship. City: Analysis of Urban Trends, Culture, Theory, Policy, Action, 26, pp. 346-358. (doi: 10.1080/13604813.2022.2056350)

Trevena, P., Gawlewicz, A., Wright, S., Piekut, A., Narkowicz, K., Gawłowski, R. (2022) Impacts of Covid-19 on Migrant Essential Workers in Scotland: Policy recommendations.

Trevena, P., Gawlewicz, A., Wright, S., Piekut, A., Narkowicz, K., Gawłowski, R. (2022) Impacts of Covid-19 on Migrant Essential Workers in the UK: Policy recommendations.

Mah, A. (2022) Plastic Unlimited: How Corporations are Fuelling the Ecological Crisis and What We Can Do About It. Polity Press

Gawlewicz, A. (2022) Throwntogetherness in the context of Brexit: diverse community spaces in the East End of Glasgow. City: Analysis of Urban Trends, Culture, Theory, Policy, Action, 26, pp. 385-396. (doi: 10.1080/13604813.2022.2055928)

Wong, M. (2022) Safeguarding data systems from the risks and harms of scientific racism and racialisation: overview of Scotland’s data landscape and ongoing work [Invited Speaker]

Pearson, C., Watson, N., Brunner, R., Cullingworth, J., Hameed, S., Scherer, N., Shakespeare, T. (2022) Covid-19 and the crisis in social care: exploring the experiences of disabled people in the pandemic. Social Policy and Society, (doi: 10.1017/S1474746422000112)

Karlsson-Brown, P., Cullingworth, J., Lebec, L. (2022) Reflections from Our Practice on Developing a University-Voluntary Sector Collaboration.

Gurney, C. (2022) Fire, alarms and social harms: Fear of fire, ontological insecurity and the meaning of home.

Gurney, C. (2022) Social harm, housing and health: critical remarks on causation, typology and ubiquity.

Bell, K. (2022) Increasing undergraduate student satisfaction in Higher Education: the importance of relational pedagogy. Journal of Further and Higher Education, 46, pp. 490-503. (doi: 10.1080/0309877X.2021.1985980)

Orr, A., Gardner, A., Jackson, C., Lawson, V., Stewart, J., White, J. (2022) The Adaptiveness of the Retail Property Market in the UK. A Mixed Method Study of Change.

White, J., Kearns, A., Serin, B., Bettini, F., Blandy, S., Bright, S., Webb, B. (2022) 21st-Century High-Rise: The Planning, Design, Development and Governance of Residential Towers in UK Cities.

Serin, B., Soaita, A.M., Chapman, E. (2022) From Charity to Solidarity: Commoning of Care under the Pandemic as an 'Urgent Utopia'

Chantler, K., Mirza, N., Mackenzie, M. (2022) Policy and professional responses to forced marriage in Scotland. British Journal of Social Work, 52, pp. 833-849. (doi: 10.1093/bjsw/bcab068)

Anderson, I., Clarke, G., Eshetu, T., Gurney, C., McElduff, L., Morris, S., Mulrenan, P., Parcell, E., Richardson, J., Saunders, D., Taylor, H. (2022) Subject Benchmark Statement: Housing Studies.

Waite, D. (2022) Thoughts on the Levelling Up white paper - Issues for Scottish cities.

McIntyre, S., Roy, G., Waite, D. (2022) Levelling up: what might it mean for Scotland?

Marsh, N., Ashton, D., Howcroft, M. (2022) Written evidence submitted to Reimagining where we live: cultural placemaking and the levelling up agenda.

Wong, M. (2022) Racism as a Fundamental cause of health inequality: a focus on Data [Invited Panel Talk]

Harris, C., Gawlewicz, A., Valentine, G. (2022) Attitudes towards immigration: responses to the increased presence of Polish migrants in the UK post 2004. Migration and Development, 11, pp. 1-20. (doi: 10.1080/21632324.2019.1697489)

Shakespeare, T., Watson, N., Brunner, R., Cullingworth, J., Hameed, S., Scherer, N., Pearson, C., Reichenberger, V. (2022) Disabled people in Britain and the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. Social Policy and Administration, 56, pp. 103-117. (doi: 10.1111/spol.12758)

Ahmad, Z., Arya, D., Bell, K., McGregor, C., Scandrett, E., Temper, L. (2022) Environmentalism from the margins: interviews with scholar-activists. Community Development Journal, 57, pp. 132-166. (doi: 10.1093/cdj/bsab051)

Wright, S., Dwyer, P. (2022) In-work Universal Credit: claimant experiences of conditionality mismatches and counterproductive benefit sanctions. Journal of Social Policy, 51, pp. 20-38. (doi: 10.1017/S0047279420000562)

Treanor, M. (2022) Public debt literature review.

Whyte, B., Mcarthur, D., Garnham, L., Livingston, M. (2022) Cycling trends in Scotland during the early phase of the Covid pandemic. Active Travel Studies, 2, pp. 1-19. (doi: 10.16997/ats.1120)

Bell, K., Price, V., McLoughlin, K., Cha, M., Skinner, L., Simpson, K., Jones, R., Raman, A., Cunningham, Z. (2022) Decarbonising and Diversifying Defence in the US and the UK: A Workers’ Enquiry for a Just Transition: Full Report.

Bell, K., Price, V., McLoughlin, K., Cha, M., Skinner, L., Simpson, K., Jones, R., Raman, A., Cunningham, Z. (2022) Decarbonising and Diversifying Defence in the US and the UK: A Workers’ Enquiry for a Just Transition: Policy Brief.

Bell, K., Price, V., McLoughlin, K., Cha, M. (2022) Decarbonising and Diversifying Defence in the US and the UK: A Workers’ Enquiry for a Just Transition: Summary Report.

Murphy, B., Cullingworth, J., Hoffman, R., McBride, M., McLean, J., Bynner, C., Ward, S., Vanatta, S. (2022) Developing a Capabilities Wellbeing Framework with Children, Young People and Stakeholders in Castlemilk.

Gawlewicz, A., Kent, G., Meegan, J., O'Sullivan, P. (2022) Educational experiments: learning and 'living together' in contested places. The Open University

Szostek, J., Wong, M. (2022) Harms and Bias in Ai and Data on Minoritised Ethnic Communities.

Harrington, E., Bell, K., McEwen, L., Everett, G. (2022) Is there room on the broom for a crip? Disabled women as experts in disaster planning. Journal of Extreme Events, 9, (doi: 10.1142/S234573762350001X)

Pattaro, S., Bailey, N., Dibben, C. (2022) Occupational differences in COVID-19 hospital admission and mortality between women and men in Scotland: A population-based study using linked administrative data. International Journal of Population Data Science, 7, (doi: 10.23889/ijpds.v7i3.1841)

Scullion, L., Jones, K., Wright, S. (2022) Universal credit changes: increasing pressure on part-time workers is the wrong move at the worst time.

2021

Pattaro, S., Bailey, N., Dibben, C. (2021) Occupation and COVID-19 deaths: Scotland in a comparative perspective. (doi: 10.7488/era/1622)

Weakley, S., Karlsson, P. S., Cullingworth, J., Lebec, L., Fraser, K. (2021) Developing a university-voluntary sector collaboration for social impact. Journal of University Teaching and Learning Practice, 18, pp. 71-88. (doi: 10.53761/1.18.7.06)

Hastings, A., Matthews, P., Wang, Y. (2021) Unequal and gendered: assessing the impacts of austerity cuts on public service users. Social Policy and Society, (doi: 10.1017/S1474746421000543)

Wiltgen Georgi, N., Buthelezi, S., Meth, P. (2021) Gendered infrastructural citizenship: shared sanitation facilities in quarry road west informal settlement, Durban, South Africa. Urban Forum, 32, pp. 437-456. (doi: 10.1007/s12132-021-09421-z)

Chng, N. R., Hawkins, K., Fitzpatrick, B., O'Donnell, C., Mackenzie, M., Wyke, S., Mercer, S. (2021) Implementing social prescribing in primary care in areas of high socioeconomic deprivation: process evaluation of the ‘Deep End’ community links worker programme. British Journal of General Practice, 71, pp. e912-e920. (doi: 10.3399/BJGP.2020.1153)

Gawlewicz, A. (2021) Migrations. SAGE

Meth, P., Goodfellow, T., Todes, A., Charlton, S. (2021) Conceptualizing African urban peripheries. International Journal of Urban and Regional Research, 45, pp. 985-1007. (doi: 10.1111/1468-2427.13044)

Lawson, L., Kearns, A. (2021) Foodbanks as paradoxes of policy and society. Voluntary Sector Review, 12, pp. 439-457. (doi: 10.1332/204080520X15926573026085)

Roy, G., Bell, D., Waite, D. (2021) Levelling up – an opportunity for coherent regional policy or a constitutional ruse?

Kamete, A. Y. (2021) Zimbabwe. Brill

Bell, K., Bevan, G. (2021) Beyond inclusion? Perceptions of the extent to which Extinction Rebellion speaks to, and for, Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) and working-class communities. Local Environment, 26, pp. 1205-1220. (doi: 10.1080/13549839.2021.1970728)

Chatterjee, K., Crawford, F. (2021) Changing work and work-related travel and the impact of Covid-19. Built Environment, 47, pp. 336-354. (doi: 10.2148/benv.47.3.336)

Troncoso, P., Humphrey, N. (2021) Playing the long game: a multivariate multilevel non-linear growth curve model of long-term effects in a randomized trial of the Good Behavior Game. Journal of School Psychology, 88, pp. 68-84. (doi: 10.1016/j.jsp.2021.08.002)

Cullingworth, J., Karlsson-Brown, P., Weakley, S., Lebec, L., Fraser, K. (2021) Can Universities Be Leaders in Civil Society? Developing a University-Third Sector Collaboration from the Ground Up.

Cullingworth, J., Watson, N., Shakespeare, T. (2021) “They Have Been a Saving Grace” - The Role of the Third Sector in Disabled People’s Experiences of COVID-19 and Implications for Third Sector-State Relations.

Gurney, C. M. (2021) Dangerous liaisons? Applying the social harm perspective to the social inequality, housing and health trifecta during the Covid-19 pandemic. International Journal of Housing Policy, (doi: 10.1080/19491247.2021.1971033)

Gurney, C. M. (2021) Insult, Trigger or Valve? Critical Reflections on Metaphors and Causation in the Residential Contexts of Health.

Serin, B. (2021) De-commodifying Care: COVID-19 Mutual Aid Groups in the UK.

Young, G. (2021) Neoliberalism and the state in the African city: Informality, accumulation and the rebirth of a Ugandan market = Le néolibéralisme et l'Etat dans la ville africaine : informalité, accumulation et renaissance d'un marché ougandais. Critical African Studies, 13, pp. 305-320. (doi: 10.1080/21681392.2021.1999834)

Cullingworth, J., Karlsson-Brown, P., Weakley, S., Lebec, L. (2021) Piloting the Collaborative: Building the University of Glasgow’s Relationship with the Local Third Sector.

Bell, K. (2021) Working-class environmentalism in the UK: organising for sustainability beyond the workplace. Palgrave Macmillan

Gurney, C. (2021) Ontological security. A term of contradictions.

Bell, K. (2021) Green Finance, Climate Justice and Working-Class Environmentalism [Keynote Speaker]

Crawford, F., Watling, D. P., Connors, R. D. (2021) Analysing spatial intrapersonal variability of road users using point-to-point sensor data. Networks and Spatial Economics, (doi: 10.1007/s11067-021-09539-4)

Meth, P. (2021) Broken cities: Inside the global housing crisis by Deborah Potts, London, Zed, 2020. xi + 319 pp., £18.99 (pbk), ISBN 9781786990549. https://www.zedbooks.net/shop/book/broken-cities/ Regional Studies, 55, pp. 1337-1338. (doi: 10.1080/00343404.2021.1922168)

Nunes de Almeida, J. (2021) Caressing in the age of social immunity: haptics, technology and the sacred. Journal for Cultural Research, 25, pp. 252-269. (doi: 10.1080/14797585.2021.1942944)

Bell, K. (2021) Environmental Justice, Popular Struggle and Community Development, edited by Anne Harley and Eurig Scandrett, Policy Press, 2019, ISBN: 978-1447350835, 228 pages. Community Development Journal, 56, pp. 541-543. (doi: 10.1093/cdj/bsaa016)

Serin, B. (2021) Inclusive Cities: Inclusive in Discourse, Exclusive in Practice?

Bell, K., Bevan, G. (2021) The failure of lifestyle environmentalism and the promise of the Green New Deal for working-class people. Journal of Working-Class Studies, 6, pp. 5-21. (doi: 10.13001/jwcs.v6i1.6465)

Weakley, S., Waite, D. (2021) Academic Knowledge Brokering in Local Policy Spaces: Negotiating and Implementing Dynamic Idea Types.

Bell, K. (2021) Class, Race and Environment [Keynote Speaker]

Hastings, A., Matthews, P., Wang, Y. (2021) Analysis of North Lanarkshire Council’s CRM system: Austerity and Citizen Service Requests in Neighbourhoods – A Socio-economic and Gender Analysis. Unequal Access to Services Project: Working Paper 1.

Bell, K. (2021) Community Climate Action Book Talk.

Treanor, M., Patrick, R., Wenham, A. (2021) Qualitative longitudinal research: from monochrome to technicolour. Social Policy and Society, 20, pp. 635-651. (doi: 10.1017/S1474746421000270)

Quyoum, A., Hordósy, R., Mittelmeier, J., Jones, S., McCaldin, T. (2021) Career decisions of further education college students: Where does higher education 'fit in'? Widening Participation and Lifelong Learning, 23, pp. 54-78. (doi: 10.5456/wpll.23.1.54)

(2021) Diversity and Inclusion in Environmentalism. (doi: 10.4324/9781003099185)

Bell, K. (2021) Policies and change. Routledge

Livingston, M., McArthur, D., Hong, J., English, K. (2021) Predicting cycling volumes using crowdsourced activity data. Environment and Planning B: Urban Analytics and City Science, 48, pp. 1228-1244. (doi: 10.1177/2399808320925822)

Bell, K. (2021) Working-class people, Extinction Rebellion and the environmental movements of the Global North. Routledge

Bowman, B., Bell, K., Alexis-Martin, B. (2021) Youth, climate and environmentalism. Routledge

Ozcelik, A., Nesterova, Y., Young, G., Maxwell, A. (2021) Youth-led peace: The role of youth in peace processes.

Mah, A. (2021) Future-proofing capitalism: the paradox of the circular economy for plastics. Global Environmental Politics, 21, pp. 121-142. (doi: 10.1162/glep_a_00594)

Bramley, G., Treanor, M., Sosenko, F., Littlewood, M. (2021) State of hunger: building the evidence on poverty, destitution, and food insecurity in the UK.

Grant-Muller, S. M., Abdelrazek, M., Budnitz, H., Cottrill, C. D., Crawford, F., Choudhury, C. F., Cunningham, T., Harrison, G., Hodgson, F. C., Hong, J., Martin, A., O'Brien, O., Papaix, C., Tsoleridis, P. (2021) Technology enabled data for sustainable transport policy. Elsevier

Hastings, A. (2021) Are we “all in this together?”: Reflecting on the continuities between austerity and COVID-19 crises. Policy Press

Neal, S., Gawlewicz, A., Heley, J., Dafydd Jones, R. (2021) Don’t forget the countryside: rural communities and Brexit. LSE Brexit Blog, pp. 19 Apr.

Gurney, C. M. (2021) Cold Case or Hot Topic? On the Rediscovery of "Social Murder" in Housing Studies.

Gurney, C. M. (2021) "Bringing ‘house’ and ‘home’ into perfect coincidence”: contemporary remarks on Dr Mackenzie’s (1900) lecture to the St James' Literary Society on the subject of "The working man’s house: its possibilities as a home" and related matters.

Mah, A. (2021) Ecological crisis, decarbonisation, and degrowth: the dilemmas of just petrochemical transformations. Stato e Mercato, 121, pp. 51-78. (doi: 10.1425/101444)

Livingston, M., Pannullo, F., Bowman, A. W., Scott, E. M., Bailey, N. (2021) Exploiting new forms of data to study the private rented sector: strengths and limitations of a database of rental listings. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society: Series A (Statistics in Society), 184, pp. 663-682. (doi: 10.1111/rssa.12643)

White, J., Serin, B. (2021) High-Rise Residential Development: An International Evidence Review.

(2021) Poverty in Scotland 2021: Towards a 2030 Without Poverty.

Raturi, V., Hong, J., McArthur, D., Livingston, M. (2021) The impact of privacy protection measures on the utility of crowdsourced cycling data. Journal of Transport Geography, 92, (doi: 10.1016/j.jtrangeo.2021.103020)

Vanderhoven, E., Mackenzie, M., Valiente, O. (2021) WP1 Realist Literature Synthesis.

Stephens, M., O'Brien, P., Earley, A. (2021) Resilience in the housing system: The mortgage and housebuilding industries from the global financial crisis to Covid-19.

Gurney, C. (2021) Cultural impact of housing displacement gentrification.

Orr, A., Stewart, J., Jackson, C. (2021) Real Estate Adaptation and Innovation: An Investor’s Perspective on the Diversity and Spatial Changes in the UK Retail Sector.

Cullingworth, J., Karlsson-Brown, P., Weakley, S. (2021) The Collaborative: our work in Phase 1 and building on our successes.

Hilton, S., Buckton, C., Smith, K., Weishaar, H., Ikegwuonu, T., Wong, M. (2021) E-cigarettes and public health: reasons for optimism? Improving Health Blog, pp. 2 Mar.

Cullingworth, J. (2021) Democratic Governance Through Intermediary Bodies: A Case Study of Third Sector Interfaces in Scotland. (doi: 10.36399/gla.pubs.236370)

Cullingworth, J., Brunner, R., Shakespeare, T. (2021) Disabled People in Britain and the Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic.

Bailey, N., Livingston, M., Wang, Y., Yao, J. (2021) Urban housing markets after the pandemic – a UK perspective.

Hastings, A., Mackenzie, M., Earley, A. (2021) Domestic Abuse and Housing: Connections and Disconnections in the Pre-Covid-19 Policy World.

Shakespeare, T., Watson, N., Brunner, R., Cullingworth, J., Hameed, S., Pearson, C., Scherer, N., Reichenberger, V. (2021) Disabled people and the impact of COVID-19: four urgent messages for the government.

Neal, S., Gawlewicz, A., Heley, J., Jones, R. D. (2021) Rural Brexit? The ambivalent politics of rural community, migration and dependency. Journal of Rural Studies, 82, pp. 176-183. (doi: 10.1016/j.jrurstud.2021.01.017)

Sotkasiira, T., Gawlewicz, A. (2021) The politics of embedding and the right to remain in post-Brexit Britain. Ethnicities, 21, pp. 23-41. (doi: 10.1177/1468796820913419)

Jones, S., Hordósy, R., Mittelmeier, J., Quyoum, A., McCaldin, T. (2021) ‘Possible Selves’ in practice: How students at Further Education Colleges in England conceptualise university. Research Papers in Education, 37, pp. 757-772. (doi: 10.1080/02671522.2020.1864765)

Young, G. (2021) Development, division and discontent in informal markets: Insights from Kampala. Review of African Political Economy, 48, pp. 196-216. (doi: 10.1080/03056244.2020.1841620)

Serin, B., Peker, E. (2021) Retrofitting Existing Housing to Tackle with Climate Emergency: A Comparative Research on Turkey and Scotland.

Stella, F., Gawlewicz, A. (2021) Social networks, language and identity negotiations among queer migrants in Scotland. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 47, pp. 2537-2555. (doi: 10.1080/1369183X.2020.1863203)

Ahmad, S., Baffoe, G., Bhandari, R., Young, G., Osborne, M. (2021) Sustainable, healthy, learning cities and neighbourhoods. AOSIS

2020

Lewer, D., King, E., Bramley, G., Fitzpatrick, S., Treanor, M., Maguire, N., Bullock, M., Hayward, A., Story, A. (2020) The ACE Index: mapping childhood adversity in England. Journal of Public Health, 42, pp. e487-e495. (doi: 10.1093/pubmed/fdz158)

White, J. T., Kenny, T., Samuel, F., Foye, C., James, G., Serin, B. (2020) Delivering design value: The housing design quality conundrum.

Jephcote, C., Brown, D., Verbeek, T., Mah, A. (2020) A systematic review and meta-analysis of haematological malignancies in residents living near petrochemical facilities. Environmental Health, 19, (doi: 10.1186/s12940-020-00582-1)

Fitzpatrick, S., Bramley, G., Blenkinsopp, J., Wood, J., Sosenko, F., Littlewood, M., Johnsen, S., Watts, B., Treanor, M., McIntyre, J. (2020) Destitution in the UK 2020.

Hong, J., Mcarthur, D. P., Livingston, M. (2020) The evaluation of large cycling infrastructure investments in Glasgow using crowdsourced cycle data. Transportation, 47, pp. 2859-2872. (doi: 10.1007/s11116-019-09988-4)

Serin, B., Hastings, A. (2020) Suburbs are becoming increasingly diverse – urban development and the pandemic will transform them further. Conversation, pp. 30 Nov.

Irak, D., Serin, B. (2020) Production of Space from Digital Front: From Everyday Life to Everyday Politics of Networked Practices.

Wright, S., Stewart, A. B.R., Gawlewicz, A. (2020) The UK welfare system is failing claimants with mental health problems – here’s what needs to be done. Conversation, pp. 6 Nov.

Treanor, M. (2020) Evaluation of Aberlour Urgent Assistance Fund.

Treanor, M. (2020) How COVID-19 crisis measures reveal the conflation between poverty and adversity. Scottish Affairs, 29, pp. 475-492. (doi: 10.3366/scot.2020.0338)

Ryan, A. (2020) Sex work, justice and decriminalisation: beyond a politics of recognition in promoting a social justice response to women at the margins. Emerald Publishing Limited

Waite, D. (2020) Thoughts on the Programme for Government - Glasgow City-region Implications.

Wong, M., Leider, K., Keene, S. (2020) The Future of Online Teaching in the Digital Age.

Gawlewicz, A., Stewart, A. B.R., Katikireddi, S. V., Wright, S. (2020) Key research findings, pages 4-10. In Wright S (ed.) Mental Health, Welfare Conditionality and Employment support: Policy Recommendations and Key Findings. Report.

Wright, S. (2020) Mental Health, Welfare Conditionality and Employment Support: Policy Recommendations and Key Findings.

Robertson, L., Gawlewicz, A., Stewart, A. B.R., Bailey, N., Katikireddi, S. V., Wright, S. (2020) Policy recommendations, pages 1-3. In Wright S (ed.) Mental Health, Welfare Conditionality and Employment support: Policy Recommendations and Key Findings. Report.

Serin, B., Smith, H., McWilliams, C. (2020) The role of the state in the commodification of urban space: the case of branded housing projects, Istanbul. European Urban and Regional Studies, 27, pp. 342-358. (doi: 10.1177/0969776420920921)

Kamete, A. Y. (2020) Zimbabwe. Brill

Gurney, C. M. (2020) Where suicide deaths occur is a housing issue.

Gawlewicz, A., Stewart, A. B.R., Bailey, N., Katikireddi, S. V., Wright, S. (2020) Analysis Protocol: Constructions of Mental Health and Problematic Alcohol Use Within UK’s Health and Welfare Policy.

Gawlewicz, A. (2020) Do we need other ‘posts’ in migration studies? Polish migration to the UK through a postdependence lens. Area, 52, pp. 523-530. (doi: 10.1111/area.12624)

Gurney, C. M. (2020) Home is where the harms were. Welsh Housing Quarterly, pp. 32-36.

Stewart, A. B.R., Gawlewicz, A., Bailey, N., Katikireddi, S. V., Wright, S. (2020) Lived Experiences of Mental Health Problems and Welfare Conditionality.

Verbeek, T., Mah, A. (2020) Integration and isolation in the global petrochemical industry: a multiscalar corporate network analysis. Economic Geography, 96, pp. 363-387. (doi: 10.1080/00130095.2020.1794809)

Crisp, R., Waite, D. (2020) Inclusive growth under a COVID-19 recovery.

Gawlewicz, A. (2020) “Scotland’s different”: narratives of Scotland’s distinctiveness in the post-Brexit-vote era. Scottish Affairs, 29, pp. 321-335. (doi: 10.3366/scot.2020.0326)

Mah, A. (2020) Toxic legacies and environmental justice. Routledge

Sotkasiira, T., Gawlewicz, A. (2020) Ties that bind, or ties that count? The pressure on EU citizens to be ‘deserving’ migrants. LSE Brexit Blog, pp. 3 Jul.

Mackenzie, M., Skivington, K., Fergie, G. (2020) "The state they're in": unpicking fantasy paradigms of health improvement interventions as tools for addressing health inequalities. Social Science and Medicine, 256, (doi: 10.1016/j.socscimed.2020.113047)

Wong, M. (2020) Hidden youth? A new perspective on the sociality of young people 'withdrawn' in the bedroom in a digital age. New Media and Society, 22, pp. 1227-1244. (doi: 10.1177/1461444820912530)

Byrne, D., Treanor, M. (2020) Income, Poverty and Deprivation among Children - A Statistical Baseline Analysis.

Alonso Curbelo, A., Wong, M. (2020) Social Living Lab Methodology. (doi: 10.36399/gla.pubs.253286)

(2020) Toxic Truths: Environmental Justice and Citizen Science in a Post-Truth Age. (doi: 10.7765/9781526137005)

Robertson, L., Wright, S., Stewart, A. B.R. (2020) How well is Universal Credit supporting people in Glasgow?

Serin, B. (2020) Producing Exclusionary Urban Space as a Mainstream Neoliberal Practice: The Case of Private Neighbourhoods.

Soaita, A. M., Gurney, C. (2020) Social Suffering, Harm and Home in the Private Rented Sector – ‘In conversation with’ Dr Adriana Soaita & Dr Craig Gurney.

Hastings, A. (2020) Facing the public services crisis. Anthem Press

Crawford, F. (2020) Segmenting travellers based on day-to-day variability in work-related travel behaviour. Journal of Transport Geography, 86, (doi: 10.1016/j.jtrangeo.2020.102765)

Nunes de Almeida, J. (2020) The Sacralization of Time: Contemporary Affinities Between Crisis and Fascism. Palgrave Macmillan

Waite, D., McArthur, D. (2020) Understanding the impacts of Covid-19 on the Glasgow City-region economy - Gauging impacts through big data?

Nesterova, Y., Young, G. (2020) Education Policies, Systems, and Progress in Africa and Asia : A Comparative Analysis of 12 Cities in Six Countries.

Davis, J. L. et al. (2020) A crowdsourced sociology of COVID-19. Contexts, pp. 27 Apr.

Gurney, C. M. (2020) Out of Harm’s Way. Critical remarks on harm and the meaning of home during the 2020 COVID-19 social distancing measures.

Pattaro, S., Vanderbloemen, L., Minton, J. (2020) Visualizing fertility trends for 45 countries using composite lattice plots. Demographic Research, 42, pp. 689-712. (doi: 10.4054/DemRes.2020.42.23)

Kamete, A. Y. (2020) Neither friend nor enemy: Planning, ambivalence and the invalidation of urban informality in Zimbabwe. Urban Studies, 57, pp. 927-943. (doi: 10.1177/0042098018821588)

Meth, P. (2020) ‘Marginalised formalisation’: an analysis of the in/formal binary through shifting policy and everyday experiences of ‘poor’ housing in South Africa. International Development Planning Review, 42, pp. 139-164. (doi: 10.3828/idpr.2019.26)

Bell, K. (2020) Working-Class Studies: Beyond the Heartlands, WCSA conference, University of Kent, Canterbury, 3‐6 September 2019 [Conference Review] International Journal of Media and Cultural Politics, 16, pp. 107-110. (doi: 10.1386/macp_00019_7)

Hong, J., McArthur, D. P., Stewart, J. L. (2020) Can providing safe cycling infrastructure encourage people to cycle more when it rains? The use of crowdsourced cycling data (Strava) Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice, 133, pp. 109-121. (doi: 10.1016/j.tra.2020.01.008)

Docherty, I., Waite, D. (2020) Infrastructure and productivity. Edward Elgar

Wright, S., Fletcher, D. R., Stewart, A. (2020) Punitive benefit sanctions, welfare conditionality and the social abuse of unemployed people in Britain: transforming claimants into offenders? Social Policy and Administration, 54, pp. 278-294. (doi: 10.1111/spol.12577)

Treanor, M. (2020) Child Poverty: Aspiring to Survive. Policy Press

Kamete, A. (2020) Street vendors and planning paradigms. Routledge

Pattaro, S. (2020) Can we use linked administrative data to identify social disadvantage?

Pattaro, S. (2020) Is There a Consistent Pattern in Benefit Sanctions Rates by Jobcentre Plus Offices in Scotland? (doi: 10.7488/era/111)

Pattaro, S., Bailey, N., Dibben, C. (2020) Using linked longitudinal administrative data to identify social disadvantage. Social Indicators Research, 147, pp. 865-895. (doi: 10.1007/s11205-019-02173-1)

Gawlewicz, A., Sotkasiira, T. (2020) Revisiting geographies of temporalities: the significance of time in migrant responses to Brexit. Population, Space and Place, 26, (doi: 10.1002/psp.2275)

Bell, K. (2020) Working-Class Environmentalism: An Agenda for a Just and Fair Transition to Sustainability. Palgrave Macmillan

Soaita, A. M., Serin, B., Preece, J. (2020) A methodological quest for systematic literature mapping. International Journal of Housing Policy, 20, pp. 320-343. (doi: 10.1080/19491247.2019.1649040)

Young, G. (2020) Demand: the forgotten side of informal economy policy.

Waite, D., Whyte, B., Muirie, J. (2020) From an agreeable policy label to a practical policy framework: Inclusive growth in city-regions. European Planning Studies, 28, pp. 1812-1835. (doi: 10.1080/09654313.2019.1691507)

Bell, K. (2020) Green New Deal [Keynote Speaker]

Bell, K. (2020) How to Build a More Inclusive Environmental Movement? Issues of Class, Race, and Geography.

Young, G. (2020) Reconceptualizing informal economic governance: implications from Cape Town, South Africa.

Weakley, S., Waite, D. (2020) The COVID-19 Crisis and Universal Credit in Glasgow.

Bell, K. (2020) The Importance of Relational Pedagogy for Student Experience and Inclusion.

Young, G., Crush, J. (2020) The urban informal food sector in the Global South. Edward Elgar

Robertson, L., Wright, S. (2020) UK welfare and employability systems are failing people with mental health problems. Public Sector Focus, 31, pp. 56-57.

Young, G. (2020) Urban informal economies in peacebuilding: Competing perspectives and implications for theory and praxis. Third World Quarterly, 41, pp. 1937-1956. (doi: 10.1080/01436597.2020.1799192)

Bell, K. (2020) Working-Class Environmentalism [Keynote Speaker]

2019

Baruffati, D., Mackenzie, M., Walsh, D., Whyte, B. (2019) A sick city in a sick country. Policy Press

Crush, J., Young, G. (2019) Africa's Urban Informal Food Sector in Comparative Perspective [Special Issue] Urban Forum, 30,

Rolfe, S., Bynner, C., Hastings, A. (2019) Changing places and evolving activism: communities in post industrial Glasgow. Policy Press

Livingston, M., Clark, J. (2019) Living in the urban renaissance? Opportunity and challenge for 21st-century Glasgow. Policy Press

Crush, J., Young, G. (2019) Resituating Africa’s urban informal food sector. Urban Forum, 30, pp. 377-384. (doi: 10.1007/s12132-019-09374-4)

Waite, D. (2019) The new political economy of city-regionalism: renewed steps in Glasgow. Policy Press

Young, G. (2019) The state and the origins of informal economic activity: insights from Kampala. Urban Forum, 30, pp. 407-423. (doi: 10.1007/s12132-019-09372-6)

Gurney, C. (2019) The Meaning of Home: More Than Bricks & Mortar?

Kamete, A. Y. (2019) Zimbabwe. Brill

Mah, A., Wang, X. (2019) Accumulated injuries of environmental injustice: living and working with petrochemical pollution in Nanjing, China. Annals of the Association of American Geographers, 109, pp. 1961-1977. (doi: 10.1080/24694452.2019.1574551)

Jephcote, C., Mah, A. (2019) Regional inequalities in benzene exposures across the European petrochemical industry: a Bayesian multilevel modelling approach. Environment International, 132, (doi: 10.1016/j.envint.2019.05.006)

Mah, A. (2019) A layover stop in the African American great migration: identity, ruination, and memory. Ethnic and Racial Studies, 42, pp. 2326-2332. (doi: 10.1080/01419870.2019.1605090)

Waite, D., Morgan, K. (2019) City Deals in the polycentric state: the spaces and politics of Metrophilia in the UK. European Urban and Regional Studies, 26, pp. 382-399. (doi: 10.1177/0969776418798678)

Docherty, I., Shaw, J., Waite, D. (2019) The political economy of transport and travel. Policy Press

Wright, S., Patrick, R. (2019) Welfare conditionality in lived experience: aggregating qualitative longitudinal research. Social Policy and Society, 18, pp. 597-613. (doi: 10.1017/S1474746419000204)

Gawlewicz, A. (2019) Translation in qualitative methods. SAGE Publications

Pattaro, S., Bailey, N., Williams, E., Gibson, M., Wells, V., Wright, S., Tranmer, M., Dibben, C. (2019) Labour Market and Wider Impacts of Benefit Sanctions: A Scoping Review.

Bell, K. (2019) A Working-Class Led Transition to Sustainability.

Serin, B. (2019) Branded Verticality: Discursive Formation of Contemporary High-Rise Residential Developments.

Meth, P., Buthelezi, S., Rajasekhar, S. (2019) Gendered il/legalities of housing formalisation in India and South Africa. Environment and Planning A, 51, pp. 1068-1088. (doi: 10.1177/0308518X18792898)

Wong, M., Leng, R. (2019) On the design of linked datasets mapping networks of collaboration in the genomic sequencing of Saccharomyces cerevisiae, Homo sapiens, and Sus scrofa. F1000Research, 8, (doi: 10.12688/f1000research.18656.1)

McIntosh, I., Wright, S. (2019) Exploring what the notion of lived experience might offer for social policy analysis. Journal of Social Policy, 48, pp. 449-467. (doi: 10.1017/S0047279418000570)

Mackenzie, M., Gannon, M., Stanley, N., Cosgrove, K., Feder, G. (2019) ‘You certainly don't go back to the doctor once you've been told, “I'll never understand women like you.”’ Seeking candidacy and structural competency in the dynamics of domestic abuse disclosure. Sociology of Health and Illness, 41, pp. 1159-1174. (doi: 10.1111/1467-9566.12893)

Hong, J., McArthur, D. P., Livingston, M. (2019) Can accessing the Internet while travelling encourage commuters to use public transport regardless of their attitude? Sustainability, 11, (doi: 10.3390/su11123281)

Dafydd Jones, R., Gawlewicz, A., Heley, J., Neal, S. (2019) La campagna inglese non è un quadro di Constable [The countryside, Britain and Brexit: The rural in national politics and identities] Limes: Rivista Italiana di Geopolitica, 19,

Waite, D., Bristow, G. (2019) Spaces of city-regionalism: conceptualising pluralism in policymaking. Environment and Planning C: Politics and Space, 37, pp. 689-706. (doi: 10.1177/2399654418791824)

Kamete, A. Y. (2019) A Decade of Zimbabwe: Politics, Economy, and Society – 2008-2017. Brill

Troncoso, P. (2019) A two-fold indicator of school performance and the cost of ignoring it. International Journal of Educational Research, 95, pp. 153-167. (doi: 10.1016/j.ijer.2019.02.002)

Gawlewicz, A. (2019) What people say about migration and Brexit: stories from Glasgow’s East End. LSE Brexit Blog, pp. 17 May.

Gibb, K., Livingston, M., Berry, K. (2019) Overview of private rented housing reforms in Scotland.

Serin, B. (2019) Inequality is being built into cities: segregated playgrounds are just the start. Conversation, pp. 8 May.

Kearns, A., Livingston, M., Galster, G., Bannister, J. (2019) The effects of neighbourhood offender concentrations on the number, type and location of crimes committed by resident offenders. British Journal of Criminology, 59, pp. 653-673. (doi: 10.1093/bjc/azy065)

MacKenzie, M., Bradley, L., Stanley, N., Gannon, M., Barton, D., Cosgrove, K., Conway, E., Feder, G. (2019) What might normalisation process theory bring to policy implementation studies? Learning lessons and uncovering questions through a case study of the profound implementation failure of a new policing policy. Social Policy and Administration, 53, pp. 449-463. (doi: 10.1111/spol.12467)

Wong, M. (2019) Intergenerational Family Support for Marginalised Young People: The Role of Family Home for "Generation Rent" in Scotland.

Orr, A., Jackson, C., Stewart, J., White, J. (2019) Real Estate Adaptation and Innovation: Diversity and Landownership.

Wong, M. (2019) Hidden Youth?: The Sociality of Young People "Withdrawn" in the Bedroom in a Digital Age.

Pattaro, S., Bailey, N., Williams, E., Gibson, M., Wells, V., Wright, S., Tranmer, M., Dibben, C. (2019) Labour Market and Wider Impacts of Benefit Sanctions: A Scoping Review [Review Protocol]

Cullingworth, J., Escobar, O. (2019) Participation and Representation: Strengthening the Third Sector Voice in Local Governance.

Bailey, N., Stewart, J. L., Minton, J. (2019) The welfare consequences of the suburbanisation of poverty in UK cities: air pollution and school quality. Urban Development Issues, 61, pp. 15-32. (doi: 10.2478/udi-2019-0003)

Payne, S., Serin, B., James, G., Adams, D. (2019) How does the land supply system affect the business of UK speculative housebuilding? An evidence review.

Wong, M. (2019) “Hidden Youth”: The Importance of Online Networks and Technology (Inside the Bedroom) for Marginalised Young People in Hong Kong.

Wong, M. (2019) Socially ‘Withdrawn’? Examining the Sociality of Young People ‘Hidden’ in the Bedroom in the Digital Age.

Lawson, L., Kearns, A. (2019) Changing contexts and critical moments: interim outcomes for children and young people living through involuntary relocation. Housing Studies, 34, pp. 636-665. (doi: 10.1080/02673037.2018.1468418)

Young, G., Crush, J. (2019) Governing the informal food sector in cities of the Global South.

Babbel, B., Mackenzie, M., Hastings, A., Watt, G., Mackenzie, M. (2019) How do General Practitioners understand health inequalities and do their professional roles offer scope for mitigation? Constructions derived from the deep end of primary care. Critical Public Health, 29, pp. 168-180. (doi: 10.1080/09581596.2017.1418499)

Wong, M. T. O. (2019) Intergenerational family support for ‘Generation Rent’: the family home for socially disengaged young people. Housing Studies, 34, pp. 1-23. (doi: 10.1080/02673037.2017.1364713)

Bell, K. (2019) Involving Working-Class People in the Transition to Sustainability.

Young, G. (2019) Political decision-making and the decline of Canadian peacekeeping. Canadian Foreign Policy Journal, 25, pp. 152-171. (doi: 10.1080/11926422.2018.1543713)

Wong, M. (2019) Precarity, Insecurity, and Marginalised Young People in the Future World of Work.

Serin, B., Peker, E. (2019) Retrofitting existing housing stock to achieve CO2 reduction targets. Heritage Turkey, 9, pp. 23-24. (doi: 10.18866/biaa2019.12)

Serin, B. (2019) The Banality of evil: Discrimination Within Everyday Life.

Wong, M. (2019) The Role of The Family Home and Digital Interactions in The Bedroom for “Hidden Youth"

Wong, M. (2019) Twitter Data in Social Sciences: A Critical Discussion of Applying Data Science and Social Network Analysis to Understand Online Social Networks.

Szymanski, E., Vermeulen, N., Wong, M. (2019) Yeast: one cell, one reference sequence, many genomes? New Genetics and Society, 38, pp. 430-450. (doi: 10.1080/14636778.2019.1677150)

2018

Gannon, M., Burn-Murdoch, A., Aiton, A., Bailey, N., Bramley, G., Campbell, A., Finnigan, K., Hastings, A., O'Conor, A. (2018) Pro-Poor or Pro-Rich? The Social Impact of Local Government Budgets, 2016-17 to 2018-19. SPICe Briefing 18-82.

Waite, D., Maclennan, D., Roy, G., McNulty, D. (2018) The emergence and evolution of City Deals in Scotland. Fraser of Allander Economic Commentary, 42, pp. 75-90.

Hong, J., McArthur, D., Livingston, M. (2018) The Use of Crowd-sourced Cycling Data for Cycling Analyses (Strava)

Serin, B., Kintrea, K., Gibb, K. (2018) Social housing in Scotland.

Serin, B., Kenny, T., White, J., Samual, F. (2018) Design Value at the neighbourhood scale: what does it mean and how do we measure it?

Livingston, M., Berry, K., Gibb, K., Bailey, N. (2018) Private renting reforms: how to evidence the impacts of the legislation.

Pattaro, S., Bailey, N., Dibben, C. (2018) Using Longitudinal Administrative Data on Benefits and Earnings Histories to Identify Social Disadvantage.

Treanor, M. (2018) Falling through the cracks: the cost of the school day for families living in in-work and out-of-work poverty. Scottish Affairs, 27, pp. 486-511. (doi: 10.3366/scot.2018.0259)

Stewart, J. L., Livingston, M., Walsh, D., Mitchell, R. (2018) Using population surfaces and spatial metrics to track the development of deprivation landscapes in Glasgow, Liverpool, and Manchester between 1971 and 2011. Computers, Environment and Urban Systems, 72, pp. 124-133. (doi: 10.1016/j.compenvurbsys.2018.06.003)

Wright, S., Scullion, L., Dwyer, P. (2018) Universal Credit is built around flawed incentives that are doing real damage – fixing it is essential.

Bell, K. (2018) Inclusive, Just and Effective Transition: Comparing Market-Based and Redistributive Approaches.

Bell, K. (2018) Insults, Injuries and Resistance: Social Class and Transition to Sustainability.

Kamete, A. Y. (2018) Zimbabwe. Brill

Kitson, J., Williamson, S.J., Harper, P.W., McMahon, C.A., Rosenberg, G., Tierney, M.J., Bell, K., Gautam, B. (2018) Modelling of an expandable, reconfigurable, renewable DC microgrid for off-grid communities. Energy, 160, pp. 142-153. (doi: 10.1016/j.energy.2018.06.219)

Wong, M., Leng, R. (2018) Mapping Institutional Collaboration in Genomics: Data Linkage and Social Network Analysis.

Gawlewicz, A., Narkowicz, K. (2018) Slurs like ‘letter box’ are more problematic than we think: how discriminatory language travels. EUROPP: London School of Economics Blogs, pp. 7 Sep.

Wright, S., Johnsen, S., Scullion, L. (2018) Why benefit sanctions are both ineffective and harmful.

Wang, Y., McArthur, D. (2018) Enhancing data privacy with semantic trajectories: a raster-based framework for GPS stop/move management. Transactions in GIS, 22, pp. 975-990. (doi: 10.1111/tgis.12334)

Wong, M., Meeks, K. (2018) Inequalities, Gender and Online/Offline Networks.

Serin, B. (2018) Reviewing the Housing Supply Literature: a Literature Mapping.

Skivington, K., Smith, M., Chng, N. R., Mackenzie, M., Wyke, S., Mercer, S. W. (2018) Delivering a primary care-based social prescribing initiative: a qualitative study of the benefits and challenges. British Journal of General Practice, 68, pp. e487-e494. (doi: 10.3399/bjgp18X696617)

Docherty, I., Waite, D. (2018) Evidence Review: Infrastructure.

Crawford, F. (2018) Identifying road user classes based on repeated trip behaviour using Bluetooth data. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice, 113, pp. 55-74. (doi: 10.1016/j.tra.2018.03.027)

Serin, B. (2018) Public-led Exclusion: the Case of Branded Housing Projects, Istanbul.

Serin, B., Samuel, F., White, J., Kenny, T., Foye, C. (2018) The Value of Design in Housing and Neighbourhoods.

Cullingworth, J., Brunner, R., Watson, N. (2018) The Operation Modulus Approach: Further Lessons for Public Service Reform.

Bell, K. (2018) Social Equality and Sustainable Society.

Fletcher, D. R., Wright, S. (2018) A hand up or a slap down? Criminalising benefit claimants in Britain via strategies of surveillance, sanctions and deterrence. Critical Social Policy, 38, pp. 323-344. (doi: 10.1177/0261018317726622)

Stewart, A. B.R., Wright, S. (2018) Final findings: Jobseekers.

Wright, S., Dwyer, P., Jones, K., McNeill, J., Scullion, L., Stewart, A. B.R. (2018) Final findings: Universal Credit.

Wright, S., Stewart, A. B.R., Dwyer, P. (2018) Final findings: social security in Scotland.

Kamete, A. Y. (2018) Of good plants and useless weeds: planning as a spatial technology of the gardening state. Planning Theory, 17, pp. 253-273. (doi: 10.1177/1473095217701514)

Serin, B. (2018) Cross Disciplinary Review of Placemaking Literature: a Literature Mapping.

Bell, K. (2018) The Importance of Equality for Achieving Sustainable Development.

Soaita, A., Serin, B., Preece, J. (2018) A Methodological Quest for Fast Literature Mapping Within the UK Collaborative Centre for Housing Evidence.

Payne, S., Adams, D., Serin, B., James, G. (2018) Contemporary Practices in Speculative Housing Provision.

Wong, M. (2018) Using Apps and Gamification to Enhance Student Learning, Feedback, and Engagement.

Wong, M. (2018) Using Data Science and Social Network Analysis on Twitter Data.

Serin, B., White, J., Kenny, T., Samuel, F., Foye, C. (2018) Housing Placemaking: What is the Value of Design?

Kamete, A. (2018) Shaw, Carolyn Martin. Women and power in Zimbabwe: promises of feminism. x, 201 pp., map, illus., bibliogr. Urbana: Univ. of Illinois Press, 2015. £20.99 (paper) Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute, 24, pp. 196-197. (doi: 10.1111/1467-9655.12771)

Adams, D., Payne, S., Serin, B., James, G. (2018) Land and housing supply: It's about more than just build out rates.

Kamete, A. Y. (2018) A concept ‘vandalised’: seeing and doing e-planning in practice. International Journal of E-Planning Research, 7, (doi: 10.4018/IJEPR.2018010101)

Waite, D. (2018) Conference Report - The Great Regional Awakening: New Directions, Regional Studies Association Annual Conference 2017. Town Planning Review, 89, pp. 191-193. (doi: 10.3828/tpr.2018.11)

Young, G. (2018) De-democratisation and the rights of street vendors in Kampala, Uganda. International Journal of Human Rights, 22, pp. 1007-1029. (doi: 10.1080/13642987.2018.1492915)

Serin, B., Kenny, T., White, J., Samuel, F. (2018) Design Value at the Neighbourhood Scale: What Does It Mean and How Do We Measure It?

Treanor, M. (2018) Income poverty, material deprivation and lone parenthood. Bristol University Press; Policy Press

Wong, M. (2018) Intergenerational Family Support for Marginalised Young People: Family Home and Negotiations for Generation Rent.

Huggins, R., Waite, D., Munday, M. (2018) New directions in regional innovation policy: a network model for generating entrepreneurship and economic development. Regional Studies, 52, pp. 1294-1304. (doi: 10.1080/00343404.2018.1453131)

Kamete, A. Y. (2018) Pernicious assimilation: reframing the integration of the urban informal economy in Southern Africa. Urban Geography, 39, pp. 167-189. (doi: 10.1080/02723638.2017.1298219)

Stella, F., Flynn, M., Gawlewicz, A. (2018) Unpacking the meanings of ‘a normal life’ among lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender Eastern European migrants in Scotland. Central and Eastern European Migration Review, 7, pp. 55-72. (doi: 10.17467/ceemr.2017.16)

2017

Serin, B. (2017) "Have you noticed the change in the city?" - Mass Media and Housing Futures in Turkey.

Gannon, M., Burn-Murdoch, A., Aiton, A., Bailey, N., Bramley, G., Campbell, A., Finnigan, K., Gilman, L., Hastings, A. (2017) The Social Impact of the 2017-18 Local Government Budget.

Mah, A. (2017) Ruination and post-industrial urban decline. Sage

Pemberton, S., Fahmy, E., Sutton, E., Bell, K. (2017) Endless pressure: life on a low income in austere times. Social Policy and Administration, 51, pp. 1156-1173. (doi: 10.1111/spol.12233)

Stella, F., Flynn, M., Gawlewicz, A. (2017) Intimate Migrations Final Report - Appendix 2: Recommendations from Second Consultation Event.

Bell, K. (2017) Gender and the environment, by Nicole Detraz, Cambridge, Polity, 2017, 240 pp., £15.99 (paperback), ISBN-13: 978-0-7456-6832-1. Environmental Education Research, 23, pp. 1510-1512. (doi: 10.1080/13504622.2017.1324619)

Mackenzie, M., Hastings, A., Babbel, B., Simpson, S., Watt, G. (2017) Proprotionate universalism as a route to mitigating health inequalities? Exploring political, policy and practice uncertainties in times of austerity. Emerald Publishing Limited

Wright, S., Dwyer, P. (2017) Is the new impact agenda the excuse you’ve been waiting for to use your research to make a difference?

Edwards, R., Phoenix, A., Gordon, D., Bell, K., Elliott, H., Fahmy, E. (2017) How paradata can illuminate technical, social and professional role changes between the Poverty in the UK (1967/1968) and Poverty and Social Exclusion in the UK (2012) surveys. Quality and Quantity, 51, pp. 2457-2473. (doi: 10.1007/s11135-016-0403-5)

Dwyer, P., Wright, S. (2017) What it’s like to transition on to Universal Credit.

Serin, B. (2017) “Ever wanted something more?” – Mass Media Representation and Housing Futures.

Hong, J., Livingston, M., Mcarthur, D., Kirstie, E. (2017) Exploring the Relationship Between Strava Cyclists and All Cyclists.

Wang, Y., Mcarthur, D. P. (2017) Detecting Stops from GPS Trajectories: A Comparison of Different GPS Indicators for Raster Sampling Methods.

Hastings, A., Bailey, N., Bramley, G., Gannon, M. (2017) Austerity urbanism in England: the 'regressive redistribution' of local government services and the impact on the poor and marginalised. Environment and Planning A, 49, pp. 2007-2024. (doi: 10.1177/0308518X17714797)

Treanor, M., Macht, A., Morton, S., Seditas, K. (2017) Tackling child poverty: Actions to prevent and mitigate child poverty at the local level.

Bell, K. (2017) The dawn of environmental justice? The record of left and socialist governance in Central and South America. Routledge

Pattaro, S., Bailey, N., Dibben, C. (2017) The Influence of Recent Employment History on Poverty Risks: A Study Using Linked Administrative and Survey Data.

Serin, B. (2017) How Utopia Became a Real Estate Leaflet?

Maclennan, D., Waite, D., Muscatelli, A. (2017) Cities in the Scottish economy: patterns, policies and potentials. Routledge

Waite, D., McGregor, A., McNulty, D. (2017) Inclusive Growth and City Deals.

Waite, D., McGregor, A., McNulty, D. (2017) Issue Paper on City Deals and Inclusive Growth.

Mcarthur, D., Wang, Y. (2017) Understanding Urban Mobility Using Crowdsourced GPS Data.

Pattaro, S., Bailey, N., Dibben, C. (2017) Using Longitudinal Administrative Data on Employment History to Identify Poverty Risks and Social Need.

Meth, P., Charlton, S. (2017) Men’s experiences of state sponsored housing in South Africa: emerging issues and key questions. Housing Studies, 32, pp. 470-490. (doi: 10.1080/02673037.2016.1219333)

Meth, P., Buthelezi, S. (2017) New housing/new crime? Changes in safety, governance and everyday incivilities for residents relocated from informal to formal housing at Hammond’s Farm, eThekwini. Geoforum, 82, pp. 77-86. (doi: 10.1016/j.geoforum.2017.03.026)

Kamete, A. Y. (2017) Governing enclaves of informality: unscrambling the logic of the camp in urban Zimbabwe. Geoforum, 81, pp. 76-86. (doi: 10.1016/j.geoforum.2017.02.012)

Wang, Y., McArthur, D. P. (2017) Linking Smartphone GPS Data with Transport Planning: A Framework of Data Aggregation and Anonymization for a Journey Planning App.

Mah, A. (2017) Environmental justice in the age of big data: challenging toxic blind spots of voice, speed, and expertise. Environmental Sociology, 3, pp. 122-133. (doi: 10.1080/23251042.2016.1220849)

Treanor, M. (2017) Actions to prevent and mitigate child poverty in South Ayrshire Community Planning Partnership.

Mackenzie, M., Collins, C., Connolly, J., Doyle, M., McCartney, G. (2017) Working-class discourses of politics, policy and health: 'I don't smoke; don't drink. The only thing wrong with me is my health' Policy and Politics, 45, pp. 231-249. (doi: 10.1332/030557316X14534640177927)

Meth, P. (2017) Informal housing, gender, crime and violence: the role of design in urban South Africa. British Journal of Criminology, 57, pp. 402-421. (doi: 10.1093/bjc/azv125)

Waite, D. (2017) Asset servicing at a second-tier financial centre: Framing embeddedness through mechanisms of the firm-territory nexus. Geoforum, 80, pp. 1-12. (doi: 10.1016/j.geoforum.2016.12.014)

Mah, A., Wang, X. (2017) Research on environmental justice in China: limitations and possibilities. Chinese Journal of Environmental Law, 1, pp. 263-272. (doi: 10.1163/24686042-12340016)

Bell, K. (2017) Rob White (2014), Environmental Harm: An eco-justice perspective, Bristol: Policy Press, £24.99, pp. 216, pbk. Journal of Social Policy, 46, pp. 409-411. (doi: 10.1017/S0047279416000878)

Kamete, A. Y. (2017) Zimbabwe. Brill

Crawford, F., Watling, D.P., Connors, R.D. (2017) A statistical method for estimating predictable differences between daily traffic flow profiles. Transportation Research Part B: Methodological, 95, pp. 196-213. (doi: 10.1016/j.trb.2016.11.004)

Mackenzie, M., Hastings, A., Babbel, B., Simpson, S., Watt, G. (2017) Tackling and mitigating health inequalities – policymakers and practitioners 'talk and draw' their theories. Social Policy and Administration, 51, pp. 151-170. (doi: 10.1111/spol.12154)

Chantler, K., Baker, V., MacKenzie, M., McCarry, M., Mirza, N. (2017) Understanding Forced Marriage in Scotland.

Fahmy, E., Bell, K. (2017) Using paradata to evaluate survey quality: behaviour coding the 2012 PSE-UK survey. Edward Elgar Publishing

Kitson, J., Williamson, S. J., Harper, P., McMahon, C. M., Rosenberg, G., Tierney, M., Bell, K. (2017) A Photovoltaic Panel Modelling Method for Flexible Implementation in Matlab/Simulink using Datasheet Quantities. (doi: 10.1109/ISIE.2017.8001373)

Serin, B. (2017) Doing Architectural Research: Socio-political Perspectives on Theories, Methodologies and Praxis.

Young, G. (2017) From protection to repression: the politics of street vending in Kampala. Journal of Eastern African Studies, 11, pp. 714-733. (doi: 10.1080/17531055.2017.1378448)

Bell, K. (2017) Living well within planetary limits: a comparative analysis of contrasting paradigms for achieving quality of life in South Korea and Bolivia. Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México

Wong, M. T. O. (2017) Mapping Institutional Networks in Human and Animal Genomics: A Bibliometric and ‘Big Data’ Study.

Mercer, S. W., Fitzpatrick, B., Grant, L., Chng, N. R., O'Donnell, C., Mackenzie, M., McConnachie, A., Bakhshi, A., Wyke, S. (2017) The Glasgow ‘Deep End’ Links Worker Study Protocol: a quasi-experimental evaluation of a social prescribing intervention for patients with complex needs in areas of high socioeconomic deprivation. Journal of Comorbidity, 7, pp. 1-10. (doi: 10.15256/joc.2017.7.102)

Wong, M. T. O. (2017) Understanding Social Disengagement in the Digital Age: ‘Hidden Youth’ in Hong Kong and Scotland.

Bell, K. (2017) ‘Living well’ as a path to social, ecological and economic sustainability. Urban Planning, 2, pp. 19-33. (doi: 10.17645/up.v2i4.1006)

2016

Stella, F., Gawlewicz, A., Flynn, M. (2016) Intimate Migrations: Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Migrants in Scotland.

Bell, K. (2016) Green economy or living well? Assessing divergent paradigms for equitable eco-social transition in South Korea and Bolivia. Journal of Political Ecology, 23, pp. 71-92. (doi: 10.2458/v23i1.20180)

Madgin, R., Bradley, L., Hastings, A. (2016) Connecting physical and social dimensions of place attachment: what can we learn from attachment to urban recreational spaces? Journal of Housing and the Built Environment, 31, pp. 677-693. (doi: 10.1007/s10901-016-9495-4)

Cullingworth, J. (2016) Participation and representation in Scotland’s third sector interfaces – a new model?

McKendrick, J. H., Asenova, D., McCann, C., Reynolds, R., Egan, J., Hastings, A., Mooney, G., Sinclair, S. (2016) Conceptualising austerity in Scotland as a risk shift: ideas and implications. Scottish Affairs, 25, pp. 451-478. (doi: 10.3366/scot.2016.0152)

Cullingworth, J. (2016) What is the future of ‘doing good’ in the UK?

Bell, K. (2016) Bread and roses: a gender perspective on environmental justice and public health. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 13, (doi: 10.3390/ijerph13101005)

Kamete, A. (2016) Zimbabwe. Brill

Troncoso, P., Pampaka, M., Olsen, W. (2016) Beyond traditional school value-added models: a multilevel analysis of complex school effects in Chile. School Effectiveness and School Improvement, 27, pp. 293-314. (doi: 10.1080/09243453.2015.1084010)

Waite, D. (2016) How to define and measure inclusive growth: a perspective from Wales.

Wright, S. (2016) Divisions and difference. Wiley Blackwell

(2016) The Student's Companion to Social Policy, 5th Edition.

Wright, S. (2016) ‘I don’t want your benefits!’ Welfare reforms fail to understand the day-to-day lives of those on benefits.

Serin, B. (2016) A questionable Robin Hood story: branded housing projects and public-led commodification of urban space. Research Turkey, 5, pp. 6-23.

Lawson, L., Kearns, A. (2016) 'Power to the (young) people’? Children and young people's empowerment in the relocation process associated with urban re-structuring. International Journal of Housing Policy, 16, pp. 376-403. (doi: 10.1080/14616718.2016.1143788)

Pattaro, S., Minton, J., Vanderbloemen, L. (2016) Exploring age-specific and cumulative cohort rates using Lexis surface lattice plots: An international comparison of Human Fertility Database and Human Fertility Collection Data.

Dwyer, P., Bright, J., Wright, S., Stewart, A. B.R., Fletcher, D. R., Flint, J., Johnsen, S. (2016) First wave findings: Overview: Social security in Scotland.

Wright, S., Stewart, A. B.R. (2016) First wave findings: Jobseekers.

Wright, S., Dwyer, P., McNeill, J., Stewart, A. B.R. (2016) First wave findings: Universal Credit.

Wright, S. (2016) Conceptualising the active welfare subject: welfare reform in discourse, policy and lived experience. Policy and Politics, 44, pp. 235-252. (doi: 10.1332/030557314X13904856745154)

Waite, D. (2016) Right to the City and Contemporary Public Policy: Some Preliminary Reflections on the UK Context.

Pemberton, S., Fahmy, E., Sutton, E., Bell, K. (2016) Navigating the stigmatised identities of poverty in austere times: Resisting and responding to narratives of personal failure. Critical Social Policy, 36, pp. 21-37. (doi: 10.1177/0261018315601799)

Gawlewicz, A. (2016) Beyond openness and prejudice: the consequences of migrant encounters with difference. Environment and Planning A, 48, pp. 256-272. (doi: 10.1177/0308518X15605836)

Gawlewicz, A. (2016) Language and translation strategies in researching migrant experience of difference from the position of migrant researcher. Qualitative Research, 16, pp. 27-42. (doi: 10.1177/1468794114557992)

Bell, K. (2016) Proving the Economic Value of Voluntary, Community and Social Enterprise Sector Infrastructure Support Organisations.

Bell, K., Fahmy, E., Gordon, D. (2016) Quantitative conversations: the importance of developing rapport in standardised interviewing. Quality and Quantity, 50, pp. 193-212. (doi: 10.1007/s11135-014-0144-2)

Waite, D. (2016) City dealing in Wales and Scotland: Examining the institutional contexts and asymmetric arrangements for policymaking. Rowman & Littlefield International

Wong, M. T. O. (2016) Housing the Younger Generation: A Cross-Cultural Analysis of the Role of Intergenerational Family Support and Dependence on Family Provision.

Gibb, K., Stephens, M., Reuschke, D., Wright, S., Besemer, K., Sosenko, F. (2016) How Does Housing Affect Work Incentives for People in Poverty?

Lido, C., Osborne, M., Livingston, M., Thakuriah, P., Sila-Nowicka, K. (2016) Older learning engagement in the modern city. International Journal of Lifelong Education, 35, pp. 490-508. (doi: 10.1080/02601370.2016.1224037)

Pattaro, S. (2016) Pre-Birth Employment Instability and Maternal Labour Market Transitions Following the Birth of the First Child in Italy and Sweden: A Competing Risks Analysis.

Gannon, M., Campbell, A., Bailey, N., Hastings, A., Bramley, G., Aiton, A. (2016) The Social Impact of the 2016-17 Local Government Budget.

Serin, B. (2016) The promised territories: the production of branded housing projects in contemporary Turkey. European Journal of Turkish Studies, 2016,

Wong, M. T. O. (2016) Understanding Socially Withdrawn Young People in Scotland and Hong Kong.

Vieten, U. M., Gawlewicz, A. (2016) Visible difference, stigmatising language(s) and the discursive construction of prejudices against others in Leeds and Warsaw. Peter Lang

Pattaro, S. (2016) Women’s Employment Instability and Fertility Dynamics: Cross-Cohort Changes in Italy and Sweden [Invited talk]

Kamete, A. Y. (2016) ‘Programmed to serve’: urban planning and elite interests in Zimbabwe. Palgrave Macmillan

2015

Gawlewicz, A. (2015) Production and Transnational transfer of the language of difference: the effects of Polish migrants’ encounters with superdiversity. Central and Eastern European Migration Review, 4, pp. 25-42.

Bell, K. (2015) Can the capitalist economic system deliver environmental justice? Environmental Research Letters, 10, (doi: 10.1088/1748-9326/10/12/125017)

Waite, D. (2015) City profile: Cardiff and the shift to city-regionalism. Cities, 48, pp. 21 - 30. (doi: 10.1016/j.cities.2015.05.010)

Collins, C., McCrory, M., Mackenzie, M., McCartney, G. (2015) Social theory and health inequalities: critical realism and a transformative activist stance? Social Theory and Health, 13, pp. 377-396. (doi: 10.1057/sth.2015.13)

Berridge, D., Bell, K., Sebba, J., Luke, N. (2015) The Educational Progress of Looked After Children in England Technical Report 3: Perspectives of Young People, Social Workers, Carers and Teachers.

Sebba, J., Berridge, D., Like, N., Fletcher, J., Bell, K., Strand, S., Thomas, S., Sinclair, I., O'Higgins, A. (2015) The Educational Progress of Looked after Children in England: Linking Care and Educational Data.

Mackenzie, M., Collins, C., McCartney, G., McCrory, M., Wright, S. (2015) Troubled by Ubble. Lancet, pp. 2055. (doi: 10.1016/S0140-6736(15)00970-8)

Kamete, A. (2015) Zimbabwe. Brill

Moshfeghi, Y., Ounis, I., Macdonald, C., Jose, J., Triantafillou, P., Livingston, M., Thakuriah, P. (2015) UCUI'15 : Proceedings of the ACM First International Workshop on Understanding the City with Urban Informatics. ACM

Serin, B. (2015) Illiberal Production of Urban Space: The Case of Branded Housing Projects in İstanbul, Turkey.

Hastings, A., Matthews, P. (2015) Bourdieu and the Big Society: empowering the powerful in public service provision? Policy and Politics, 43, pp. 545-560. (doi: 10.1332/030557314X14080105693951)

Serin, B. (2015) Commodifying the Utopia.

Gawlewicz, A. (2015) 'We inspire each other, subconsciously': the circulation of attitudes towards difference between Polish migrants in the UK and their significant others in the sending society. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 41, pp. 2215-2234. (doi: 10.1080/1369183X.2015.1045463)

Serin, B. (2015) Daily Life in a ‘Branded Housing Project’: Control, Mediation, and Commodification.

Cemlyn, S., Bell, K. (2015) Generating solidarity around human rights, equality and social justice. Equality and Diversity Forum

Gawlewicz, A., Narkowicz, K. (2015) Islamophobia on the move: circulation of anti-Muslim prejudice between Poland and the UK. Centre of Islamic Studies, University of Cambridge

Egan, M., Lawson, L., Kearns, A., Conway, E., Neary, J. (2015) Neighbourhood demolition, relocation and health: a qualitative longitudinal study of housing-led urban regeneration in Glasgow, UK. Health and Place, 33, pp. 101-108. (doi: 10.1016/j.healthplace.2015.02.006)

Mah, A. (2015) Dangerous cargo and uneven toxic risks: petrochemicals in the [ort of New Orleans. Routledge

Stella, F., Gawlewicz, A. (2015) Intimate Migrations: lesbian, gay, bisexual migrants in Scotland. Project website.

Hastings, A., Bailey, N., Bramley, G., Gannon, M., Watkins, D. (2015) The Cost of the Cuts: the Impact on Local Government and Poorer Communities. Summary Report.

Waite, D. (2015) Cardiff Metro: making connections. Welsh Housing Quarterly, 97,

Lawson, L., Kearns, A., Egan, M., Conway, E. (2015) "You can't always get what you want…"? Prior-attitudes and post-experiences of relocation from restructured neighbourhoods. Housing Studies, 30, pp. 942-966. (doi: 10.1080/02673037.2014.994199)

Gawlewicz, A. (2015) Beyond 'us' and 'them': migrant encounters with difference and redefining the national. Fennia, 193, pp. 198-211. (doi: 10.11143/46322)

Young, G. W. (2015) Conceptualizing resistance in post-conflict environments. International Peacekeeping, 22, pp. 169-185. (doi: 10.1080/13533312.2015.1017081)

Hastings, A., Bailey, N., Gannon, M., Besemer, K., Bramley, G. (2015) Coping with the cuts? The management of the worst financial settlement in living memory. Local Government Studies, 41, pp. 601-621. (doi: 10.1080/03003930.2015.1036987)

Matthews, P., Bramley, G., Hastings, A. (2015) Homo economicus in a big society: understanding middle-class activism and NIMBYism towards new housing developments. Housing, Theory and Society, 32, pp. 54-72. (doi: 10.1080/14036096.2014.947173)

Bailey, N., Besemer, K., Bramley, G., Livingston, M. (2015) How neighbourhood social mix shapes access to resources from social networks and from services. Housing Studies, 30, pp. 295-314. (doi: 10.1080/02673037.2014.1000834)

Mackenzie, M., Conway, E., Hastings, A., Munro, M., O'Donnell, C. A. (2015) Intersections and multiple 'candidacies': exploring connections between two theoretical perspectives on domestic abuse and their implications for practicing policy. Social Policy and Society, 14, pp. 43-62. (doi: 10.1017/S1474746414000244)

Nedvetskaya, O., Purcell, R., Hastings, A. (2015) Looking back at London 2012. Routledge

Bailey, N., Bramley, G., Hastings, A. (2015) Symposium introduction: local Responses to ‘austerity’ Local Government Studies, 41, pp. 571-581. (doi: 10.1080/03003930.2015.1036988)

Hastings, A., Bailey, N., Bramley, G., Gannon, M., Watkins, D. (2015) The Cost of the Cuts: The Impact on Local Government and Poorer Communities.

Moshfeghi, Y., Ounis, I., Macdonald, C., Jose, J. M., Triantafillou, P., Livingston, M., Thakuriah, P. (2015) UCUI'15: The 1st International Workshop on Understanding the City with Urban Informatics. (doi: 10.1145/2806416.2806878)

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Our interests and disciplinary approaches are varied but we have a shared commitment to highlighting dimensions of inequity and inequality, and advancing and evaluating policy interventions which seek more just outcomes.

We seek to promote innovative approaches to widening access and inclusive practices in learning and teaching and in empowering disadvantaged groups in framing our research agendas.

The focus of our research and scholarship include but are not limited to, the following five key themes:

  1. Inclusivity, equity and equality
  2. Health, well-being and social harm reduction
  3. Empowering and engaging communities
  4. Decolonization
  5. Policy and power and politics.

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