Items where SHU Author is "White, Richard"
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WHITE, Richard J. and WILIAMS, Colin C. (2016). Beyond capitalocentricism: are non-capitalist work practices "alternatives"? Area. (In Press)
WHITE, Richard J. and GREEN, Anne E. (2015). The importance of socio-spatial influences in shaping young people’s employment aspirations: case study evidence from three British cities. Work, employment and society.
WHITE, Richard J. and WILLIAMS, Colin C. (2014). Anarchist economic practices in a "capitalist" society: some implications for organisation and the future of work. Ephemera: theory and politics in organization, 14 (4), 971-975.
WHITE, Richard (2012). The pervasive nature of heterodox economic spaces at a time of neoliberal crisis: towards a “postneoliberal” anarchist future. Antipode, 44 (5), 1625-1644.
WHITE, Richard (2015). Animal geographies, anarchist praxis and critical animal studies. In: GILLESPIE, Kathryn and COLLARD, Rosemary-Claire, (eds.) Critical animal geographies: politics, intersections, and hierarchies in a multispecies world. Routledge Human-Animal Studies Series . London, Routledge, 19-35.
WHITE, Richard and GREEN, A. E. (2011). Opening up or closing down opportunities? : the role of social networks and attachment to place in informing young peoples' attitudes and access to training and employment. Urban Studies, 48 (1), 41-60.
WHITE, Richard (2011). Re-visiting the barriers to participation in mutual aid. International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy, 31 (7/8), 392-410.
WHITE, Richard and WILLIAMS, Colin C. (2010). Re-thinking monetary exchange : some lessons from England. Review of Social Economy, 68 (3), 317-338.
WHITE, Richard (2009). Explaining why the non-commodified sphere of mutual aid is so pervasive in the advanced economies : some case study evidence from an English city. International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy, 29 (9/10), 457-472.
GREEN, Anne E and WHITE, Richard (2008). Shaped by place : young people's decisions about education, training and work. Benefits, 16 (3), 213-224.