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Living Multiculture: Understanding the New Spatial and Social Relations of Ethnicity and Multiculture in England
Since 2001, as the social and spatial compositions of multiculture and migration have become more complicated and diverse, geography has moved back to the centre of policy, political, and academicExpand
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Adaptive responses and asset strategies: The experience of rural micro-firms and Foot and Mouth Disease
Abstract The 2001 Foot and Mouth Disease (FMD) epidemic effectively closed large parts of the UK countryside for several months. Local firms found their operations disrupted and suffered losses ofExpand
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Emotionally intelligent research
Key to this paper is not so much the emotions of the researcher that emanate from fieldwork, but those of the researched (and their emotional intelligence). Using a vignette of research on the impactExpand
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Multiculture and public parks: researching super-diversity and attachment in public green space.
Situating itself in encounter and public space debates and borrowing from nonrepresentational theory approaches, this paper uses data from the authors’ 2-year Economic and Social Research CouncilExpand
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A Time for Change? Patriarchy, the Former Coalfields and Family Farming
This paper explores the consequences of economic restructuring for patriarchal gender relations in the former coalfields of North Nottinghamshire and family farming in the Northern Fells of Cumbria.Expand
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Kitchen Drama: Performances, patriarchy and power dynamics in a Dorset farmhouse kitchen
The paper explores the power relations that identified a farming family through a particular farmhouse kitchen in Dorset, England. Studying this kitchen space was important, because on one hand itExpand
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Urban Multiculture and Everyday Encounters in Semi-Public, Franchised Cafe Spaces
This paper engages with an emergent literature on multiculture and concepts such as conviviality and negotiation to explore how increasingly ethnically diverse population routinely share and mix inExpand
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Lived Experiences of Multiculture: The New Social and Spatial Relations of Diversity
In an increasingly ethnically diverse society, debates about migration, community, cultural difference and social interaction have never been more pressing. Drawing on the findings from aExpand
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Homeless at home in East Durham
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