Items where SHU Author is "Bennett, Luke"
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BENNETT, Luke and CRAWLEY JACKSON, Amanda (2016). Making common ground with strangers at Furnace Park. Social and cultural geography. (In Press)
BENNETT, Luke (2016). How does law make place? Localisation, translocalisation and thing-law at the world's first factory. Geoforum, 74, 182-191.
BENNETT, Luke and LAYARD, Antonia (2015). Legal geography: becoming spatial detectives. Geography compass, 9 (7), 406-422.
BENNETT, Luke (2015). Interpretive Communities at work and play in the built environment. Doctoral, Sheffield Hallam University.
BENNETT, Luke and DICKINSON, Jill (2015). Forcing the empties back to work? : ruinphobia and the bluntness of law and policy. In: Transience and Permanence in Urban Development International Research Workshop,, University of Sheffield, Town & Regional Planning Dept, 14-15 January 2015.
BENNETT, Luke and LAYARD, Antonio (2015). There are eight million stories in the Naked City - guest editorial. International Journal of Law in the Built Environment, 7 (1).
BENNETT, Luke and HOCK, Katja (2013). Scree. Sheffield, Tract Publishing.
BENNETT, Luke (2011). A pub, a field and some signs – a case study on the pragmatics of proprietorship and legal cognition. In: COBRA 2011 - Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors International Research Conference, Manchester, UK, 12-13 September 2011. (Unpublished)
BENNETT, Luke (2011). Bunkerology - a case study in the meaning making practices of on-line urban exploration forums. In: Ethicomp 2011 - the social impact of social computing, Sheffield, 14-16 September 2011. (Submitted)
BENNETT, Luke (2011). 'Exploring the bunker' - a response by Luke Bennett to 'Shallow Excavation'. Environment and planning. D , Society and space.
BENNETT, Luke (2011). The Bunker: metaphor, materiality & management. Culture and Organization, 17 (2), 155-173.
BENNETT, Luke (2010). Bunkerology - a case study in the meanings, motives and methods of urban exploration. Masters, Sheffield Hallam University.
BENNETT, L. (2010). Judges, child trespassers and occupiers’ liability in the built environment. In: COBRA 2010, Paris, France, 2-3 September 2010. (Submitted)
BENNETT, L. (2010). Trees and public liability - who really decides what is reasonably safe. Arboricultural journal, 33, 141-164.
BENNETT, L. (2009). Why, what, and how? case study on law, risk, and decision making as necessary themes in built environment teaching. Journal of legal affairs dispute resolution engineering and construction, 1 (2), 105-113.
BENNETT, L. and CROWE, L. (2008). Landowners' liability? is perception of the risk of liability for visitors accidents a barrier to countryside access? Project Report. Sheffield, Countryside recreation network.
BENNETT, L. (2008). Assets under attack: metal theft, the built environment and the dark side of the global recycling market. Environmental law and management, 20, 176-183.
BENNETT, Luke (2008). Metal theft - anatomy of a resource crime. Unpublished. (Unpublished)
BENNETT, Luke (2016). Thinking like a brick : posthumanism and building materials. In: TAYLOR, Carol and HUGHES, Christina, (eds.) Posthuman Research Practices in Education. Palgrave Macmillian, 58-74.
BENNETT, Luke (2015). Incongruous steps toward a legal psychogeography. In: RICHARDSON, Tina, (ed.) Walking inside out : contemporary British psychogeography. Place, Memory, Affect . London, Rowman & Littlefield International, 59-72.
BENNETT, Luke (2013). Concrete multivalence – practising representation in bunkerology. Environment and Planning D: Society and Space, 31 (3), 502 -521.
BENNETT, Luke (2012). Who goes there? Accounting for gender in the urge to explore abandoned military bunkers. Gender, Place and Culture, 20 (5), 630-646.
BENNETT, Luke (2012). Why do we only notice metal when it hurts? – Some sideways thoughts on metal theft. MetalTheft.Net.
BENNETT, Luke (2011). Bunkerology - a case study in the theory and practice of urban exploration. Environment and Planning D: Society and Space, 29 (3), 421-434.
BENNETT, Luke (2011). Judges, child trespassers and occupiers' liability. International Journal of Law in the Built Environment, 3 (2), 126-145.