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These Social and Cultural Geography Journal Article Summaries cover 6 topics in depth. These include Poverty and Social Exclusion, Geographies of Age, Gender and Sexualities and more, with multiple subtopics inside each of the main topic areas (see full list of topics below). It has been tailored to cater for Geography students of all levels, from any University and has been specifically designed to improve both, the direction of your coursework research and the efficiency of your exam revision.
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- Poverty and Social Exclusion
- Davey-Smith, G. , Dorling, D. and M. Shaw (eds) (2001) Poverty, Inequality and Health in Britain, 1800-2000: A Reader. Bristol: Policy.
- Rowntree 1901 – Poverty: A study of town life
- Butler T and Watt P (2007) Understanding social inequality Sage
- Lister, R. (2004) Poverty: Key Concepts. Polity Press, Cambridge
- Geographies of Age
- Geographies of age: thinking relationally – P Hopkins and R Pain (2007)
- Children geographies – S Holloway and G Valentine (2000)
- Ansell N (2009) Childhood and the politics of scale: descaling children’s geographies? Progress in Human Geography 33, 2, 190-209
- Kesby M, Gwanzura-Ottemoller F and Chizororo M 2006 'Theorising other, 'other childhoods': issues emerging from work on HIV in urban and rural Zimbabwe' Chidren's Geographies 4(2), 185-202
- Aitken, S. 2001. Global crises of childhood: Rights, justice and the unchildlike child. Area, 33(2): 119–127
- Del Casino V (2010) Social Geography Wiley-Blackwell, Oxford
- Gender and Sexualities
- The geography of women's fear – Valentine 1989
- Displaced Masculinities: Chavs, Youth and Class in the Post- Industrial City – Nayak 2006
- Geographies of Class
- Bottero, Wendy, ‘Chapter 3: Founding ideas’ in Stratification: Social Division and Inequality (Abingdon: Routledge, 2005).
- Emily Thornberry MP’s tweet from Rochester, 20 November (2014).
- Freeman, Hadley, ‘Come on Britain, it’s the 21st century. Stop this obsession with social class’, Guardian, 26 October (2014).
- Geographies of Race and Racism
- Hall, S. (1997) Representation: Cultural Representations and Signifying Practices
- Changing social divisions: class, gender and race – Bradley in social and cultural forms of modernity – Bocock and Thompson 1992
- Geographies of distinction: Gentrification and Stigmatisation
- ‘The new gilded ghettoes: the geodemographics of the super-rich’, Discover Society, R. Burrows (2013).
- ‘The secret garden? Elite metropolitan geographies in the contemporary UK’, Sociological Review 63(2)- N, Cunningham. & M, Savage – 2015
- From London to Mumbai and back again: Gentrification and public policy in comparative perspective – Harris 2008
- Three cheers for gentrification – Duany 2001
- New-build gentrification: Its Histories, Trajectories, and Critical Geographies – Davidson and Lees 2010
- Gentrification and Social Mixing: Towards an Inclusive Urban Renaissance?- Loretta Lees
- Spoiled Mixture: Where Does State-led `Positive' Gentrification End? – Davidson 2008 45 2385
- Loretta less – the urban injustices of labours new urban renewal the case of the Aylesbury estate in London
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