Items where SHU Author is "Powell, Ryan"
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POWELL, Ryan (2015). Housing Benefit reform and the private rented sector in the UK : on the deleterious effects of short-term, ideological "knowledge". Housing, Theory and Society.
POWELL, Ryan and LEVER, John (2015). Europe’s perennial "outsiders": a processual approach to Roma stigmatization and ghettoization. Current Sociology. (In Press)
BASHIR, Nadia, CRISP, Richard, POWELL, Ryan and ATFIELD, Gaby (2014). Talent Match case study theme report : "A challenge to the status quo" : early experiences of involving young people in the Talent Match programme. Project Report. Big Lottery Fund.
POWELL, Ryan (2013). Loїc Wacquant’s “ghetto” and ethnic minority segregation in the UK: the neglected case of Gypsy-Travellers. International Journal Of Urban And Regional Research, 37 (1), 115-134.
POWELL, Ryan and FLINT, John F (2012). The English City Riots of 2011, "Broken Britain" and the retreat into the present. Sociological research online, 17 (3), p. 20.
POWELL, Ryan (2011). Gypsy-travellers and welfare professional discourse : on individualization and social integration. Antipode, 43 (2), 471-493.
POWELL, Ryan (2010). Spaces of informalisation : playscapes, power and the governance of behaviour. Space and Polity, 14 (2), 189-206.
POWELL, Ryan and FLINT, John F (2009). (In)formalization and the civilizing process : applying the work of Norbert Elias to housing-based anti-social behaviour interventions in the UK. Housing, Theory and Society, 26 (3), 159-178.
POWELL, Ryan (2008). Understanding the stigmatization of gypsies : power and the dialectics of (dis)identification. Housing, Theory and Society, 25 (2), 87-109.
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.
POWELL, Ryan (2007). Civilising offensives and ambivalence : the case of British Gypsies. People, place and policy online, 1 (3).