Items where SHU Author is "Robinson, David"
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ROBINSON, David (2013). Social housing in England : testing the logics of reform. Urban Studies, 50 (8), 1489-1504.
ROBINSON, David and WALSHAW, Aimee (2013). Security of tenure in social housing in England. Social Policy and Society. (In Press)
ROBINSON, David (2011). The spatial routines of daily life in low-income neighbourhoods : escaping the ‘local trap’. Space and Polity, 15 (2), 125-141.
ROBINSON, David (2010). New immigrants and migrants in social housing in Britain: discursive themes and lived realities. Policy and Politics, 38 (1), 57-77.
ROBINSON, David (2010). The neighbourhood effects of new immigration. Environment and Planning A, 42 (10), 2451-2466.
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. (2005). The search for community cohesion: key themes and dominant concepts of the public policy agenda. Urban studies, 42 (8), 1411-1427.
ROBINSON, D. (2004). Rough sleeping in rural England: challenging a problem denied. Policy and politics, 32 (4), 471-486.
ROBINSON, D. (2003). Housing governance in the English regions: emerging structures, limits and potentials. Housing studies, 18 (2), 249-267.
GOODCHILD, B. J., HICKMAN, P. G. and ROBINSON, D. (2002). Unpopular housing in England in conditions of low demand: coping with a diversity of problems and policy measures. Town planning review, 73 (4), 373-393.
BLANDY, S. and ROBINSON, D. (2001). Reforming leasehold: discursive events and outcomes 1984-2000. Journal of law and society, 28 (3), 384-408.
FURBEY, R. (2008). Beyond social glue? 'Faith' and community cohesion. In: FLINT, J. and ROBINSON, D., (eds.) Community cohesion in crisis? New dimensions of diversity and difference. Bristol, Policy Press, 119-138.
ROBINSON, D. and REEVE, K. (2006). Neighbourhood experiences of new immigration: reflections from the evidence base. Project Report. York, Joseph Rowntree Foundation.