Items where Research Institute, Centre or Group is "Urban and Regional Studies"
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CAPRIELLO, Antonella and ROTHERHAM, Ian (2011). Building a preliminary model of event management for rural communities. Journal of Hospitality Marketing and Management, 20 (3-4), 246-264.
MA, Shang-Chun, EGAN, David, ROTHERHAM, Ian and MA, Shang-Min (2011). A framework for monitoring during the planning stage for a sports mega-event. Journal of Sustainable Tourism, 19 (1), 79-96.
BASSI, Camila (2009). ‘The anti-imperialism of fools’: a cautionary story on the revolutionary socialist vanguard of England’s post-9/11 anti-war movement. ACME: an international e-journal for critical geographies, 9 (2), 113-138.
FURBEY, R. (2009). Controversies of public faith. In: DINHAM, A., FURBEY, R. and LOWNDES, V., (eds.) Faith in the public realm : controversies, policies and practices. Bristol, Policy Press, 21-40.
CAPRIELLO, Antonella and ROTHERHAM, Ian (2008). Farm attractions, networks, and destination development : a case study of Sussex, England. Tourism Review, 63 (2), 59-71.
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.
BATCHELOR, A. and PATTERSON, A. (2007). Political modernisation and the weakening of sustainable development in Britain. In: KRUEGER, R. and GIBBS, D., (eds.) The sustainable development pradox: urban political economy in the United States and Europe. New York, Guilford Press, 192-213.
HAYWOOD, R. (2007). Britain’s national railway network: fit for purpose in the 21st century? Journal of transport geography, 15 (3), 198-216.
BASSI, Camila (2006). Riding the dialectical waves of gay political economy: a story from Birmingham's commercial gay scene. Antipode: a radical journal of geography, 38 (2), 213-235.
FURBEY, R., DINHAM, A., FARNELL, R., FINNERON, D. and WILKINSON, G. (2006). Faith as social capital: connecting or dividing? Bristol, Policy Press.
FURBEY, R. and MACEY, M. (2005). Religion and urban regeneration: a place for faith? Policy and politics, 33 (1), 95-116.
HAYWOOD, R. (2005). Co-ordinating urban development, stations and railway services as a component of urban sustainability: an achievable planning goal in Britain? Planning theory and practice, 6 (1), 71-97.
ALDRIDGE, T. J., PATTERSON, A. and TOOKE, J. (2003). Trading places: geography and the role of Local Exchange Trading Schemes in local sustainable development. In: BUCKINGHAM, S. and THEOBALD, T., (eds.) Local environmental sustainability. Cambridge, Woodhead Publishing, 169-194.
HAYWOOD, R. (2003). An evaluation of the policies in British Local Transport Plans with regard to the promotion of rail freight. Transport reviews, 23 (4), 387-412.
ALDRIDGE, T. J. and PATTERSON, A. (2002). LETS get real: constraints on the development of Local Exchange Trading Schemes. Area, 34 (4), 370-381.
FURBEY, R., COLE, I. and REID, B. (2001). Housing professionalism in the United Kingdom: the final curtain or a new age? Housing, theory and society, 18 (1&2), 36-49.
HAYWOOD, R. (2001). Rail freight growth and the land use planning system. Town planning review, 72 (4), 445-467.
PATTERSON, A. and PINCH, P. L. (2000). Public sector restructuring and regional development: the impact of compulsory competitive tendering in the UK. Regional Studies, 34 (3), 265-275.