Items where SHU Author is "Casey, Rionach"
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MAYE-BANBURY, Angela and CASEY, Rionach (2016). The sensuous secrets of shelter: how recollections of food stimulate Irish men's reconstructions of their early formative residential experiences in Leicester, Sheffield and Manchester. Irish Journal of Sociology, 24 (3), 272-292.
CASEY, Rionach and MAYE-BANBURY, Angela (2016). Relational and gendered selves : older Irish migrants’ housing and employment histories in the North and East Midlands of England. Housing Studies Online. (In Press)
CASEY, Rionach (2014). ‘Caravan wives’ and ‘decent girls’: Gypsy-Traveller women's perceptions of gender, culture and morality in the North of England. Culture, Health & Sexuality, 16 (7), 806-819.
CASEY, Rionach (2010). Community, difference and identity : the case of the Irish in Sheffield. Irish Geography, 43 (3), 211-232.
CASEY, Rionach (2010). 'You doctor yourself': health beliefs, resilience and well-being among the Irish in Yorkshire. Diversity in Health and Care, 7 (2), 129-138.
CASEY, Rionach and FLINT, John F (2008). Active Citizenship in the Governance of anti-social behaviour in the UK: exploring the non-reporting of incidents. People, Place and Policy Online, 1 (2), 69-79.
CASEY, Rionach, GOUDIE, Rosalind and REEVE, Kesia (2008). Homeless women in public spaces : strategies of resistance. Housing Studies, 23 (6), 899-916.
CASEY, Rionach (2008). On Becoming a Social Housing Manager: work identities in an 'Invisible' occupation housing studies. Housing Studies Online, 23 (5), 761-780.
CASEY, R., COWARD, S., ALLEN, C. and POWELL, R. (2007). On the planned environment and neighbourhood life: evidence from mixed-tenure housing developments twenty years on. Town Planning Review, 78 (3), 311-334.
ALLEN, C., POWELL, R., CASEY, R. and COWARD, S. (2007). "Ordinary, the same as anywhere else": notes on the management of spoiled identity in 'marginal' middle class neighbourhoods. Sociology, 41 (2), 239-258.
CASEY, Rionach and FLINT, John F (2008). Governing through Localism, Contract and Community: Evidence from Anti-social Behaviour Strategies in Scotland. In: ASBO nation: The criminalisation of nuisance. Bristol, Policy Press.
MCCARTHY, Lindsey, BATTY, Elaine, BEATTY, Christina, CASEY, Rionach, FODEN, Michael and REEVE, Kesia (2015). Homeless people’s experiences of welfare conditionality and benefit sanctions. Project Report. London, Crisis.