Items where SHU Author is "Reeve, Kesia"
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REEVE, Kesia (2017). Welfare conditionality, benefit sanctions and homelessness in the UK : ending the 'something for nothing culture' or punishing the poor? Journal of Poverty and Social Justice, 25 (1), 65-78.
HICKMAN, Paul, KEMP, Peter, REEVE, Kesia and WILSON, Ian (2016). The impact of the direct payment of housing benefit: evidence from Great Britain. Housing Studies Online. (In Press)
COLE, Ian, PATTISON, Ben, REEVE, Kesia and WHILE, Aidan (2017). The Pilot Programme for the Voluntary Right to Buy for Housing Associations : an action-learning approach. Project Report. Sheffield Hallam University for the National Housing Federation.
REEVE, Kesia, COLE, Ian, BATTY, Elaine, FODEN, Michael, GREEN, Stephen and PATTISON, Ben (2016). Home : no less will do - homeless people's access to the private rented sector. Project Report. London, UK, Crisis.
GREEN, Stephen, PATTISON, Ben, REEVE, Kesia and WILSON, Ian (2016). How affordable is affordable housing? Project Report. Norwich, UK, Flagship Group.
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.
GREEN, Stephen, MCCARTHY, Lindsey, REEVE, Kesia, COLE, Ian and BATTY, Elaine (2015). Evaluation of the sharing solutions programme. Project Report. London, Crisis UK.
COLE, Ian, PATTISON, Ben and REEVE, Kesia (2015). The withdrawal of support for housing costs under Universal Credit for young people : more pain for little gain? Project Report. CRISIS.
REEVE, Kesia (2009). The UK Squatters Movement 1968-1980, 1968-1980. In: VAN HOOGENHUIJZE, Leendert, (ed.) Kritiek 2009 : Jaarboek voor Socialistische Discussie en Analyse. Aksant, 137-159.
HICKMAN, Paul, KEMP, Peter A, REEVE, Kesia and WILSON, Ian (2017). The impact of the direct payment of housing benefit: evidence from Great Britain. Housing Studies, 1-22. (In Press)
REEVE, Kesia (2014). Criminalising the poor : squatting, homelessness and social welfare. In: FOX O'MAHONY, Lorna, O'MAHONY, David and HICKEY, Robin, (eds.) Moral rhetoric and the criminalisation of squatting : vulnerable demons. Abingdon, Routledge, 133-154.
REEVE, Kesia (2013). The morality of ‘the immoral’: the case of homeless, drug using, street prostitutes. Deviant Behavior, 34 (10), 824-840.
CASEY, Rionach, GOUDIE, Rosalind and REEVE, Kesia (2008). Homeless women in public spaces : strategies of resistance. Housing Studies, 23 (6), 899-916.
REEVE, Kesia (2008). New immigration and neighborhood change. In: Community cohesion in crisis?: new dimensions of diversity and difference. Policy Press.
REEVE, K. and ROBINSON, D. (2007). Beyond the multi-ethnic metropolis: minority ethnic housing experiences in small town England. Housing studies, 22 (4), 547-571.
ROBINSON, D. and REEVE, K. (2006). Neighbourhood experiences of new immigration: reflections from the evidence base. Project Report. York, Joseph Rowntree Foundation.
REEVE, K. (2005). Squatting since 1945: the enduring relevance of material need. In: SOMERVILLE, P. and SPRINGINGS, N., (eds.) Housing and social policy: contemporary themes and critical perspectives. London, Routledge, 197-217.
HARRISON, M. and REEVE, K. (2002). Social welfare movements and collective action : lessons from two UK housing cases. Housing studies, 17 (5), 755-771.