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  • Pykett, Jessica (2007-05)
    This paper considers the recent introduction of Citizenship Education in England from a governmental perspective, drawing on the later work of Foucault to offer a detailed account of the political rationalities, technologies ...
  • Pykett, Jessica (2009-04)
    This paper considers the construction of young people’s experiences in city schools through a new curriculum subject, Citizenship Education, in secondary schools in England. It demonstrates how citizen identities are ...
  • Pykett, Jessica (2009-04)
    This paper considers the construction of young people’s experiences in city schools through a new curriculum subject, Citizenship Education, in secondary schools in England. It demonstrates how citizen identities are ...
  • Fitzgerald, Sharron; Muszynski, Alicja (2007-11)
    By 1850 British women had settled in the Red River colony, a British outpost in what became the province of Manitoba, Canada, and where the Hudson's Bay Company established fur trading posts. Through an analysis of documents ...
  • Fitzgerald, Sharron; Muszynski, Alicja (2007-11)
    By 1850 British women had settled in the Red River colony, a British outpost in what became the province of Manitoba, Canada, and where the Hudson's Bay Company established fur trading posts. Through an analysis of documents ...
  • Whitehead, Mark; Bullen, Anna (2005)
    This paper provides a critical geographical analysis of the emerging ideals associated with sustainable citizenship. We argue that the principles behind sustainable citizenship force us to think through the full range of ...
  • Whitehead, Mark (2013-05)
    This paper explores the potential contribution of critical urban theory to the intellectual and political debates surrounding climate change. While it is possible to identify an emerging strand of critical enquiry concerning ...
  • Whitehead, Mark (2013-05)
    This paper explores the potential contribution of critical urban theory to the intellectual and political debates surrounding climate change. While it is possible to identify an emerging strand of critical enquiry concerning ...
  • Woods, Michael (2008-09-10)
  • Woods, Michael (2008-09-10)
  • Woods, Michael; New Political Geographies; Institute of Geography & Earth Sciences (The Policy Press, 2008-09-10)
    Rural policy has presented some of the most difficult and unexpected challenges to the New Labour government. From the Foot and Mouth crisis to the rise of the Countryside Alliance, from farm protests to concerns about ...
  • Woods, Michael; New Political Geographies; Institute of Geography & Earth Sciences (Policy Press, 2008-09-10)
    Rural policy has presented some of the most difficult and unexpected challenges to the New Labour government. From the Foot and Mouth crisis to the rise of the Countryside Alliance, from farm protests to concerns about ...
  • Jesse (2010-10)
    In part prompted by a recent spate of media reports this paper explores the emergence of a ‘new squirearchy’ in the English countryside. In doing so, it aims to both illuminate a particular facet of rural social life and ...
  • Heley, Jesse (2010-10)
    In part prompted by a recent spate of media reports this paper explores the emergence of a ‘new squirearchy’ in the English countryside. In doing so, it aims to both illuminate a particular facet of rural social life and ...
  • Mitchell, Tyler; Lovell, Tom; Askins, Kye; Fuller, Duncan; Roberts, Margaret; Flaxman, Pete; Gordon, Linzi; Rothnie, Gail; Robinson, Guy; Hawkins, Harriet; Wheeldon, Rachel; Griffiths, Helen; Murphy, Claire; Cook, Ian; Sacks, Shelley; Swift, Di; Rawling, Eleanor; Evans, James; Allen, Daniel; Prescott, Heather; Wilson, Jacky; Williams, Alice; Feenay, Katie (2011-10-27)
    A new field of 'public geographies' is taking shape (Fuller 2008) in geography's mainstream journals. While much is 'traditional', with intellectuals disseminating academic research via non-academic outlets (Castree 2006; ...
  • Mitchell, Tyler; Lovell, Tom; Askins, Kye; Fuller, Duncan; Roberts, Margaret; Flaxman, Pete; Gordon, Linzi; Rothnie, Gail; Robinson, Guy; Hawkins, Harriet; Wheeldon, Rachel; Griffiths, Helen; Murphy, Claire; Cook, Ian; Sacks, Shelley; Swift, Di; Rawling, Eleanor; Evans, James; Allen, Daniel; Prescott, Heather; Wilson, Jacky; Williams, Alice; Feenay, Katie (2011-10-27)
    A new field of 'public geographies' is taking shape (Fuller 2008) in geography's mainstream journals. While much is 'traditional', with intellectuals disseminating academic research via non-academic outlets (Castree 2006; ...
  • Heley, Jesse; Moles, Kate (2012-06-12)
    Set against the established political mantra of partnership working, this paper considers the conceptual framings of the local authority partnership agenda in academic debates and concurrent empirical research. We compare ...
  • Heley, Jesse; Moles, Kate (2012-06-12)
    Set against the established political mantra of partnership working, this paper considers the conceptual framings of the local authority partnership agenda in academic debates and concurrent empirical research. We compare ...
  • Goodwin, M. A.; Edwards, Bill; Woods, Michael; Pemberton, S. (2001-08)
    Partnerships have become established as a significant vehicle for the implementation of rural development policy in Britain. In promoting new working relationships between different state agencies and between the public, ...
  • Goodwin, M. A.; Edwards, Bill; Woods, Michael; Pemberton, S. (2001-08)
    Partnerships have become established as a significant vehicle for the implementation of rural development policy in Britain. In promoting new working relationships between different state agencies and between the public, ...

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