Urban Ethnography Bibliography

The bibliography for Realising the city: urban ethnography in Manchester brings together urban scholars and insight from infrastructure, security, sustainability, austerity, class, sexuality, creativity and, of course, Manchester’s past and present.

Adey, Peter.

  1. “Airports and air-mindedness: spacing, timing and using the Liverpool Airport, 1929–1939.” Social & Cultural Geography 7 (3):343–363.
  2. “Facing airport security: affect, biopolitics, and the preemptive securitisation of the mobile body.” Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 27 (2):274–295.

Agamben, Giorgio.

  1. “On Security and Terror.” Theory and Event 5(4):available on http://muse.jhu.edu/journals/theory_and_event/v005/5.4agamben.html [last accessed 12 April 2014].

Alfonso, Ana Isabel.

  1. “New Graphics for Old Stories: Representation of Local Memories through Drawings.” In Working images: Visual research and representation in ethnography. A.I. Alfonso, L. Kurti, and S. Pink, eds. London: Routledge.

Allen, Chris.

2007.“Of urban entrepreneurs or 24-hour party people? City-centre living in Manchester, England”. Environment and Planning A 39:666–683.

Amin, Ash.

  1. “Ethnicity and the multicultural city: living with diversity.” Environment and Planning A 34:959–980.
  2. “Collective culture and urban public space.” City 12(1):5–24.
  3. “Telescopic urbanism and the poor.” City 17(4):476–492.

Amin, Ash, Doreen B Massey, and Nigel J Thrift.

  1. Cities for the Many not the Few. Bristol: Policy Press.

Amit, Vared (ed).

  1. Realizing Community: Concepts, Social Relationships and Sentiments. London: Routledge

Amoore, Louise.

  1. “Data derivatives: on the emergence of a security risk calculus for our times.” Theory Culture Society 28:24–43.

Anderson, Ben.

  1. “Preemption, precaution, preparedness: anticipatory action and future geographies.” Progress in Human Geography 34(6):777–798.

Anderson, Benedict.

  1. Imagined communities: Reflections on the growth and spread of nationalism. New York and London: Verso.

Andersson, Jenny.

  1. “Choosing futures: Alva Myrdal and the construction of Swedish Futures Studies, 1967–1972.” Internationaal Instituut voor Sociale Geschiedenis 51(2):pp. 277–295.

Andrews, David L.

  1. “Introduction: Situating Manchester United PLC.” In Manchester United: a thematic study. D.L. Andrews, ed. London: Routledge.

Appadurai, Arjun.

  1. The social life of things: Commodities in cultural perspective. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Appiah, Anthony.

  1. Experiments in ethics. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.

Atkinson, Paul.

  1. “Qualitative Research—Unity and Diversity.” Forum: Qualitative Social Research 6(3):Art 26.

Auyero, Javier, Philippe Bourgois, and Nancy Scheper-Hughes (eds).

  1. Violence at the urban margins. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Bache, Ian, and Matthew Flinders.

  1. “Multi-Level Governance and British Politics.” In Multi-Level Governance I. Bache and M. Flinders, eds. Pp. 130–6. Buckingham: Open University Press.

Badiou, Alain.

  1. “The event in Deleuze.” Parrhesia 2:37–44.

Bain, Peter, and Phil Taylor.

  1. “Entrapped by the ‘electronic panopticon’? Worker resistance in the call centre.” New technology, work and employment 15 (1):2–18.

Ball, Kirstie.

  1. “Workplace surveillance: an overview.” Labor History 51 (1):87–106.

Barthes, Roland.

  1. Mythologies. Paris: Editions du Seuil.
  2. Image, Music, Text. London: Harper Collins.

Batty, Micheal.

  1. “Smart cities, big data.” Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design (39):191–193.

Baudrillard, Jean.

  1. Simulacra and simulation. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press.

Beck, Ulrich.

  1. Risk Society. Towards a New Modernity. London: Sage.

Bell, David, and Jon Binnie.

  1. “Authenticating queer space: citizenship, urbanism and governance.” Urban Studies 41(9):1807–1820.
  2. “What’s eating Manchester? Gastro-culture and urban regeneration.” Architectural Design 75(3):78–85.

Benjamin, Walter.

  1. “Excavation and Memory.” In Selected Writings Volume Two PartTwo:1931–1934. H.S. Eiland and M.W. Jennings, eds. London: Belknap Press of Harvard University.

1969 [1935]. “Paris, the capital of the nineteenth century.” Perspecta, 12, 165–172.

Bennett, Julia.

  1. “Gifted places: the inalienable nature of belonging in place.” Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 32(4):658–671.

Beynon, Huw, Diane Elson, David Howell, Jamie Peck, and Linda Shaw.

  1. “The remaking of economy and society: Manchester, Salford and Trafford 1945–1992.” Manchester International Centre for Labour Studies. Working Paper 1.

Bezerra, George CL, and Carlos F Gomes.

  1. “The effects of service quality dimensions and passenger characteristics on passenger’s overall satisfaction with an airport.” Journal of Air Transport Management 44:77–81.

Binnie, Jon, and Beverley Skeggs.

  1. “Cosmopolitan knowledge and the production and consumption of sexualized space: Manchester’s gay village.” The Sociological Review 52:39–61.

Binnie, Jon, and Gill Valentine.

  1. “Geographies of sexuality-a review of progress.” Progress in Human Geography 23(2):175–187.

Blakeley, Georgina.

  1. “Governing Ourselves: Citizen Participation and Governance in Barcelona and Manchester.” International Journal of Urban and Regional Research 34(1):130–145.

Blok, Anders, and Ignacio Farias.

  1. Urban Cosmopolitics: Agencements, Assemblies, Atmospheres. Routledge.

Blokland, Talja.

  1. “Bricks, mortar, memories: Neighbourhood and networks in collective acts of remembering.” International Journal of Urban and Regional Research 25(2):268–283.

Borden, Iain.

  1. The Unknown City: Contesting Architecture and Social Space: a Strangely Familiar. London: Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

Born, Georgina.

  1. “On musical mediation: Ontology, technology and creativity.” Twentieth-century music 2 (01):7–36.

Borup, Mads, Nik Brown, Kornelia Konrad, and Harro Van Lente.

  1. “The sociology of expectations in science and technology.” Technology Analysis & Strategic Management 18(3/4):285–298.

Bose, Mihir.

  1. Manchester DisUnited: trouble and takeover at the world’s richest football club 2nd ed. Aurum Press Ltd.

Bourdieu, Pierre.

  1. “Symbolic power.” Critique of Anthropology 77(4).

Bourgois, Philippe.

  1. In search of respect: selling crack in El Barrio. Volume 10. Cambridge Cambridge University Press.

Bramley, Warren, and Ra Page.

2009Original Modern. Manchester: Marketing Manchester.

Brenner, Neil, and Christian Schmid.

  1. “Towards a new epistemology of the urban?” City 19(2–3):151–182.

Brown, Andrew.

  1. “‘Manchester is red?’, Manchester United, fan identity and the ‘Sport City’.” In Manchester United: a thematic study. D.L. Andrews, ed. Pp. 175–190. London: Routledge.

Brown, Nik, and Mike Michael.

  1. “A sociology of expectations: retrospecting prospects and prospecting retrospects.” Technology Analysis and Strategic Management 15(1):3–18.

Brown, Nik, Brian Rappert, and Andrew Webster (eds).

  1. Contested Futures: A Sociology of Prospective Techno-Science. Aldershot: Ashgate.

Buffel, Tine, and Chris Phillipson.

  1. “Negotiating urban space: contested generational and ethnic boundaries.” In Intergenerational Space. N.W. Robert Vanderbeck, ed. London: Routledge

Buffel, Tine, Chris Phillipson, and Thomas Scharf.

  1. “Ageing in urban environments: Developing ‘age-friendly’ cities.” Critical Social Policy 32(4):597–617.

Burgess, Jacquelin, Andy Stirling, Judy Clark, Gail Davies, Malcolm Eames, Kristina Staley, and Suzanne Williamson.

  1. “Deliberative mapping: a novel analytic-deliberative methodology to support contested science-policy decisions.” Public Understanding of Science 16:299–322.

Burrows, Roger, and Nicholas Gane.

  1. “Geodemographics, software and class.” Sociology 40 (5):793–812.

Callon, Michel.

  1. The Laws of the Markets. Oxford: Blackwell.

Callon, Michel, Yuval Millo and Fabian Muniesa.

  1. Market devices. (Sociological Review monographs). Oxford: Blackwell.

Candea, Matei.

  1. “‘I fell in love with Carlos the meerkat’: Engagement and detachment in human–animal relations.” American Ethnologist 37(2):241–258.

Castel, Robert.

  1. “From dangerousness to risk.” In The Foucault Effect: Studies in Governmentality with Two Lectures by and an Interview with Michel Foucault. G. Burchell, C. Gordon, and P. Miller, eds. Pp. 281–298. London: Harvester Wheatheaf Publishing, pp. 281–298.

Cefkin, Melissa (ed).

  1. Ethnography and the Corporate Encounter: Reflections on Research in and of Corporations (Studies in public and applied anthropology; Vol. 5). New York: Berghahn.

Coaffee, Jon, David Murakami Wood and Peter Rogers.

  1. The Everyday Resiliance of the City. Basingstoke: Palgrave MacMillan.

Cochrane, Allan.

  1. Whatever happened to local government. Buckingham: Open University Press.

Cochrane, Allan, Jamie Peck, and Adam Tickell.

  1. “Manchester plays games: exploring the local politics of globalisation.” Urban Studies 33 (8):1319–1336.

Cochrane, Allan, Jamie Peck, and Adam Tickell.

  1. “Olympic dreams: visions of partnership.” In City of Revolution: Restructuring Manchester. J. Peck and K. Ward, eds. Pp. 95–115. Manchester: Manchester University Press.

Cochrane, Allan and Ward, Kevin

  1. “Researching the geographies of policy mobility: confronting the methodological challenges.” Environment and Planning A, 2012, Vol.44(1), pp.5-12

Colomb, Claire, and John Tomaney.

  1. “Territorial politics, devolution and spatial planning in the UK: Results, prospects, lessons.” Planning Practice & Research 31(1):1–22.

Conquergood, Dwight.

  1. “Performance studies: Interventions and radical research.” TDR/The Drama Review 46(2):145–156.

Cooper, Malcolm, and Faiza Shaheen.

  1. “Winning the battles but losing the war? Regeneration, renewal and the state of Britain’s cities.” Journal of Urban Regeneration & Renewal 2(2):146–151.

Corsín Jiménez, Alberto.

  1. “Introduction: Re-institutionalisations.” In The anthropology of organisations (The international library of essays in anthropology). Aldershot: Ashgate.

Corsín Jiménez, Alberto, and Adolfo Estalella.

  1. “Ecologies in beta: the city as infrastructure of apprenticeships.” In Infrastructure and Social Complexity (eds) P Harvey, C B Jensen, A Morita, London: Routledge

Crapanzano, Vincent.

  1. Imaginative horizons: An essay in literary-philosophical anthropology. Chicago; London: University of Chicago Press.

Davis, Dana-Ain.

  1. “Manufacturing mammies: The burdens of service work and welfare reform among battered black women.” Anthropologica:273–288.

Dawson, Andrew.

  1. “The mining community and the ageing body: Towards a phenemonology of community?” In Realizing Community: Concepts, social relationships and sentiments V. Amit, ed. London: Routledge.

de Certeau, Michel.

  1. The Practice of Everyday Life. Berkeley: University of California Press.

De Landa, Manuel.

  1. A new philosophy of society: Assemblage theory and social complexity. London: Continuum Publishing Group.

Deas, Iain.

  1. “The search for territorial fixes in subnational governance: City-regions and the disputed emergence of post-political consensus in Manchester, England.” Urban Studies 51 (11): 2285–2314.

Degen, Monica.

  1. Sensing Cities: Regenerating Public Life in Barcelona and Manchester. London: Routledge.

Degnen, Cathrine.

  1. “Socialising place attachment: place, social memory and embodied affordances.” Ageing and Society, 36(08)1645–1667.

Delanty, Gerard.

  1. Community: second edition. London: Routledge.

Deleuze, Gilles.

  1. The Logic of Sense, trans. Mark Lester with Charles Stivale. London and New York: Continuum Press
  2. Pure Immanence: A Life. Trans. Anne Boyman. New York: Zone Books.

Deleuze, Gilles, and Félix Guattari.

  1. Thousand plateaus: capitalism and schizophrenia. Volume 2: University of Minnesota Press.

Denny, Rita Mary Taylor and Sunderland, Patricia (eds).

  1. Handbook of anthropology in business. Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge.

Dicken, Peter.

  1. “Manchester’s economy in a global context.” Manchester International Centre for Labour Studies Working Paper 3.

Doucet, Brian.

  1. “Living through gentrification: subjective experiences of local, non-gentrifying residents in Leith, Edinburgh.” Journal of Housing and the Built Environment 24(3):299–315.

Douglas, Mary.

  1. Purity and Danger: An analysis of concepts of pollution and taboo. London: Routledge.

Duneier, Mitchell, Philip Kasinitz, and Alexandra Murphy (eds).

  1. The urban ethnography reader. Oxford; New York: Oxford University

Edensor, Tim.

  1. Industrial ruins: Spaces, aesthetics and materiality. Oxford: Berg

Edwards, Elizabeth.

  1. “Beyond the Boundary: A Consideration of the Expressive in Photography and Anthropology.” In Rethinking Visual Anthropology. M. Banks and H. Morphy, eds. New Haven; London: Yale University Press

Edwards, Jeanette, Gillian Evans, and Katherine Smith.

  1. “The middle class-ification of Britain.” Focaal—Journal of Global and Historical Anthropology 62:3–16.

Eizenberg, Efrat.

  1. “Actually Existing Commons: Three Moments of Space of Community Gardens in New York City.” Antipode 44(3):764–782.

Eller, Jack David.

  1. Cultural anthropology: global forces, local lives. London, New York: Routledge.

Emerson, Robert M.

  1. Contemporary field research: Perspectives and formulations. Wiley Online Library.

Engels, Friedrich.

1993 [1845]. The condition of the working class in England. Oxford University Press, USA.

Entman, Robert M.

  1. “Framing: toward clarification of a fractured paradigm.” Journal of Communication 43(4):51–8.

Eriksen, Thomas Hylland.

  1. Small places, large issues: an introduction to social and cultural anthropology. London: Pluto.

Evans, Gillian.

  1. Educational Failure and Working Class White Children in Britain. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan
  2. “Big man system, short life culture: Working-class boys and Street Violence in Southeast London.” In Young Men in Uncertain Times V. Amit and N. Dyck, eds: Berghahn Books.
  3. “What documents make possible.” In Objects and Materials: A Routledge Companion. P. Harvey, H. Knox, G. Evans, N. Thoburn, E. Casella, E. Silva, K. Woodward, and C. Mclean, eds. Pp. 399. London: Routledge.

Fairclough, Norman.

  1. Critical Discourse Analysis. The Critical Study of Language. Harlow: Longman. Second Edition.

Farias, Ignacio, and Thomas Bender.

  1. Urban assemblages: How actor-network theory changes urban studies. London: Routledge.

Ferguson, James.

  1. “The uses of neoliberalism.” Antipode 41(s1):166–184.

Fielding, Steven, and Duncan Tanner.

  1. “The ‘Rise of the Left’ Revisited: Labour Party Culture in Post-War Manchester and Salford.” Labour History Review 71(3):211–233.

Fletcher Jr, Bill, and Fernando Gapasin.

  1. Solidarity divided: The crisis in organized labor and a new path toward social justice. Berkley and Los Angeles, California; University of California Press.

Florida, Richard.

  1. Boho Britain. London. Demos.
  2. Cities and the creative class. New York: Routledge.

Flusty, Steven.

  1. “The banality of interdiction: surveillance, control and the displacement of diversity.” International Journal of Urban and Regional Research 25(3):658–664.
  2. “Culturing the World City: an exhibition of the global present.” In The Global City Reader. N. Brenner and R. Keil, eds. Abington (Oxon): Routledge.

Foot Whyte, William.

  1. Street Corner Society: The Social Structure of an Italian Slum. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

Foucault, Michel.

  1. Power/Knowledge: Selected Interviews and Writings 1972–1977. Pantheon

Freedberg, David, and Vittorio Gallese.

  1. “Motion, emotion and empathy in esthetic experience.” Trends in cognitive sciences 11 (5):197–203.

Freud, Sigmund.

  1. The Uncanny. Imago V.

Friedberg, Anne.

  1. Window shopping: Cinema and the postmodern. Berkeley; London: University of California Press.

Fuller, Gillian, and Ross Harley.

  1. Aviopolis: A book about airports. London: Black Dog Pub.

Galman, Sally AC.

  1. “The truthful messenger: visual methods and representation in qualitative research in education.” qualitative research 9(2):197–217.

Gell, Alfred.

  1. Art and agency: an anthropological theory. Oxford: Clarendon.

Giddens, Anthony.

  1. “Risk and responsibility.” The Modern Law Review 62(1):1–10.

Gidwani, Vinay, and Amita Baviskar.

  1. “Urban Commons.” Economic & Political Weekly XLVI(50):42–43.

Glick Schiller, Nina, and Garbi Schmidt.

  1. “Envisioning place: urban sociabilities within time, space and multiscalar power.” Identities ahead-of-print (2015): 1-16.

Graham, Stephen, and Simon Marvin.

  1. Splintering urbanism: Networked infrastructures, technological mobilities and the urban condition. London: Routledge.

Green, Sarah F.

  1. Urban Amazons Lesbian Feminism and Beyond in the Gender, Sexuality, and Identity Battles of London. Basingstoke: Macmillan.

Green, Sarah, Penny Harvey, Hannah Knox, Debbora Battaglia, Dorle Drackl, Mariane C Ferme, Martin Hand, Hans Wiklund, Sarah Green, and Penny Harvey.

  1. “Scales of place and networks: an ethnography of the imperative to connect through information and communications technologies.” Current anthropology 46 (5):805–826.

Gregory, Chris.

  1. Gifts and Commodities. London: Academic Press Inc.

Grey, Christopher.

  1. “Career as a project of the self and labour process discipline.” Sociology 28 (2):479–497.

Guy, Simon, and Simon Marvin.

  1. “Constructing sustainable urban futures: from models to competing pathways.” Impact Assessment and Project Appraisal 19(2):131–139.

Haider, Donald.

  1. “Place wars: new realities of the 1990s.” Economic Development Quarterly 6(2):127–134.

Hall, Tim, and Phil Hubbard.

  1. The entrepreneurial city: Geographies of politics, regime, and representation. Chichester: John Wiley & Sons.

Halpern, Nigel and Anne Graham.

  1. Airport marketing. Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge.

Hammersley, Martyn.

  1. Reading ethnographic research. London: Routledge.

Hannerz, Ulf.

  1. Soulside: Inquiries into ghetto culture and community. New York: Columbia University Press.
  2. Exploring the city: Inquiries toward an urban anthropology. New York. Guildford: Columbia University Press.

Hardin, Garrett.

  1. “The Tragedy of the Commons.” Science 162(3859):pp.-1243–1248.

Harris, Richard, Peter Sleight, and Richard Webber.

  1. Geodemographics, GIS and neighbourhood targeting. West Sussex: Wiley.

Hart, Elizabeth.

  1. “Anthropology, class and the ‘big heads’: an ethnography of distinctions between ‘rough’ and ‘posh’ amongst women workers in the UK pottery industry.” The Sociological Review 53(4):710–728.

Harvey, David.

1989a. The Condition of Postmodernity: an enquiry into the origins of cultural change. Oxford: Basil Blackwell.

1989b. “From managerialism to entrepreneurialism: the transformation in urban governance in late capitalism.” Geografiska Annaler 71(1):3–17.

  1. “Between space and time: reflections on the geographical imagination.” Annals of the Association of American Geographers 80(3):418–434.
  2. From space to place and back again: Reflections on the condition of postmodernity. Routledge.
  3. Social justice and the city. Athens: University of Georgia Press.
  4. Rebel cities: from the right to the city to the urban revolution. London: Verso Books.

Harvey, Penelope.

  1. “The materiality of state-effects: an ethnography of a road in the Peruvian Andes.” In State formation: anthropological perspectives. C. Krohn-Hansen and K.G. Nustad, eds. Pp. 123–141. London: Pluto Press.
  2. “Between narrative and number: the case of ARUP’s 3D Digital City Model.” Cultural Sociology 3(2):257–276.

Harvey, Penny, Eleanor Conlin Casella, Gillian Evans, Hannah Knox, Christine McLean, Elizabeth B. Silva, Nicholas Thoburn, and Kath Woodward.

  1. Objects and materials: A Routledge companion. London: Routledge.

Haslam, Dave.

  1. Manchester, England: the Story of the pop cult city. London: Harper Collins

Haslop, Craig, Helene Hill, and Ruth A Schmidt.

  1. “The gay lifestyle-spaces for a subculture of consumption.” Marketing Intelligence & Planning 16(5):318–326.

Hastrup, Kirsten.

  1. “Performing the world: Agency, anticipation and creativity.” Creativity and Cultural Improvisation 44:5–19.

Hatherley, Owen.

  1. A guide to the new ruins of Great Britain. London; New York: Verso Books.

Haughton, Graham, Iain Deas, Stephen Hincks, and Kevin Ward.

  1. “Mythic Manchester: Devo Manc, the Northern Powerhouse and rebalancing the English economy.” Cambridge Journal of Regions, Economy and Society 9(2):355–370.

Headlam, Nicola.

  1. “Liverchester/Manpool? The Curious Case of the Lack of Intra-Urban Leadership in the Twin Cities of the North-West.” In European Public Leadership in Crisis?, edited by J Diamond and J Liddle, 47–61. Emerald Group Publishing Limited

Hebbert, Michael, and John Punter.

  1. “Manchester: making it happen.” In Urban Design and the British Urban Renaissance. J. Punter, ed. Pp. 51–67. London: Routledge.

Hedgecoe, Adam, and Paul Martin.

  1. “The drugs don’t work: expectations and the shaping of pharmacogenetics.” Social Studies of Science 33(3):327–364.
  2. “Genomics, STS and the making of sociotechnical futures.” In The Handbook of Science and Technology Studies. E. Hackett, O. Amsterdamska, M. Lynch, and J. Wajecman, eds. Pp. 817–839. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.

Hertzfeld, Michael.

  1. The Social Production of Indifference: Exploring the Symbolic Roots of Western Democracy. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

Hindle, Paul.

  1. “Gay Communities and gay space in the city.” In The margins of the city: Gay men’s urban lives. S. Whittle, ed, Vol. 6: Ashgate Publishing.

Holbraad, Martin, Morten Axel Pedersen, and Eduardo Viveiros de Castro.

  1. “The politics of ontology: Anthropological positions.” Cultural Anthropology 13.

Holcomb, Briavel.

  1. “Marketing cities for tourism.” In The Tourist City. D.R. Judd and S.S. Fainstein, eds. Pp. 54–70. New Haven, CT: Yale University Press.

Holden, Adam.

  1. “Bomb sites: the politics of opportunity.” In City of Revolution: Restructuring Manchester. J. Peck and K. Ward, eds. Manchester: Manchester University Press.

Hornby, Nick.

  1. Fever Pitch. Indigo

Hoskin, Keith W., and Richard Macve.

  1. “Accounting and the examination: a genealogy of disciplinary power.” Accounting, Organizations and Society 11 (2):105–136.

Hubbard, Phil.

  1. “Here, there, everywhere: the ubiquitous geographies of heteronormativity.” Geography Compass 2(3):640–658.

Hughes, Howard L.

  1. “Marketing gay tourism in Manchester: New market for urban tourism or destruction of ‘gay space’?” Journal of Vacation Marketing 9(2):152–163.

Hull, Matthew S.

  1. Government of paper: The materiality of bureaucracy in urban Pakistan. Berkeley, California; London: Univ of California Press.

Hyatt, Susan Brin.

  1. “Poverty in a ‘post-welfare’ landscape.” In Anthropology of policy: critical perspectives on governance and power. C. Shore and S. Wright, eds. Pp. 217–38. London: Routledge.
  2. “What was neoliberalism and what comes next? The transformation of citizenship in the law-and-order state.” In Policy worlds: anthropology and the analysis of contemporary power, EASA Monographs. C. Shore, S. Wright, and D. Però, eds. Pp. 105–23. Oxford: Berghahn Books.

Jackson, Peter.

  1. “Urban ethnography.” Progress in Human Geography 9(2):157–176.

Jivraj, Stephen.

2013.“Local dynamics of diversity: Evidence from the 2011 census.” University of Manchester/CoDE.

Jonas, Andrew EG, David Gibbs, and Aidan While

2011.“The new urban politics as a politics of carbon control.” Urban Studies 48(12):2537–2554.

Jones, Phil, and James Evans.

2008.Urban regeneration in the UK: Theory and practice. Los Angeles, Calif.: Sage.

Keane, Webb.

  1. “Minds, Surfaces, and Reasons in the Anthropology of Ethics.” In Ordinary ethics: anthropology, language and action. M. Lambek, ed. Pp. 64–83 New York: Fordham University Press.

King, Anthony.

  1. End of the terraces: The transformation of English Football. Bloomsbury Publishing.
  2. The European Ritual: Football in the New Europe. Aldershot: Ashgate.

Kitzinger, Jenny.

  1. “Framing and frame analysis.” In Media Studies: Key Issues and Debates. E. Devereux, ed. London: Sage.

Kleinman, Arthur, Veena Das, and Margaret M .Lock.

  1. Social suffering. Berkley; London: Univ of California Press.

Knox, Hannah Catherine.

  1. “‘Blocks to convergence’ in the new media industries: An anthropological study of small and medium sized enterprises in Manchester.” University of Manchester.

Knox, Hannah, Damian O’Doherty, Theo Vurdubakis, and Christopher Westrup.

  1. “Something happened: Spectres of organization/disorganization at the airport.” human relations, 68(6), 1001–1020.

Koch, Insa.

  1. “Everyday experiences of state betrayal on an English council estate.” Anthropology of This Century 9.

Kotler, Philip, Donald Haider, and Iriving Rein.

  1. Marketing Places: Attracting Investment, Industry And Tourism To Cities, States And Nations. New York: Free Press.

Laidlaw, James.

  1. The subject of virtue: an anthropology of ethics and freedom. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Lambek, Michael.

  1. “Introduction.” In Ordinary ethics: anthropology, language and action. M. Lambek, ed. Pp. 1–38. New York: Fordham University Press.

Lash, Scott, and John Urry.

  1. The end of organized capitalism. Univeresity of Wisconsin Press.

Latour, Bruno.

  1. We have never been modern. Cambridge, Mass: Harvard University Press.

Latour, Bruno, and Tomás Sánchez-Criado.

  1. “Making the ‘res public’.” Ephemera. Theory & Politics in Organization 7 (2):364–371.

Lave, Jean, and Etienne Wenger.

  1. Situated learning: Legitimate peripheral participation. London: Cambridge University Press.

Lefebvre, Henri.

2003 [1970]. The urban revolution. Translated by Robert Bononno. No place given: University of Minnesota Press.

  1. Rhythmanalysis: Space, time and everyday life. A&C Black.

Levy, Robert I.

  1. Tahitians: Mind and experience in the Society Islands. Chicago; London: University of Chicago Press.

Lewins, Ann, and Christina Silver.

  1. Using Software in Qualitative Research: A Step-by-Step Guide. London: Sage.

Lewis, Camilla.

2016.” ‘Regenerating community’? Urban change and narratives of the past.” The Sociological Review 64(4):912–928.

Linebaugh, Peter.

  1. The Magna Carta Manifesto: Liberties and Commons for All. California: University of California Press.

Low, Setha.

  1. Theorising the City: The Urban Anthropology Reader. New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press.

Lyon, David.

  1. Surveillance society: Monitoring everyday life. Buckingham: Open Univiersity Press.

Macdonald, Sharon.

  1. Behind the scenes at the science museum. Oxford: Berg.

Mace, Alan, Peter Hall, and Nick Gallent.

  1. “New East Manchester: Urban Renaissance or Urban Opportunism?” European Planning Studies 15(1):51–65.

MacKenzie, Donald.

  1. An Engine, Not a Camera: How Financial Models Shape Markets. Cambridge, Mass: MIT Press.

MacLeod, Gordon.

  1. “From urban enterpreneurialism to a ‘revanchist city’? On the spacial injustices of Glasgow’s renaissance.” Antipode 34:602–624.
  2. “Urban Politics Reconsidered Growth Machine to Post-democratic City?” Urban Studies 48 (12):2629–2660.

MacLeod, Gordon, and Kevin Ward.

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