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Changing approaches to policy making in housing renewal.
(Policy Press, 2015)
Democratising the learning process: the use of Twitter in the teaching of Politics and International Relations
Twitter has become an established feature of the contemporary landscape. It has been used by, among others, politicians, political parties, governments, international organisations, charities, think-tanks and individuals ...
The good research guide: for small-scale social research projects.
(Open University Press, 2014)
Labour and the arts: Managing transformation?
(Toulon, Observatoire de la Société Britannique, 2010)
Public support for the arts in England as introduced in 1945 was already atypical in many ways since it operated through an arm's length body and left an important role to the private and voluntary sectors. The adoption ...
Analysing cultural policy: incorrigbly plural or ontologically incompatible?
Approaches to the study of cultural policy are currently tied to particular disciplines. This can lead to a failure to appreciate the real differences between these disciplines in terms of what they are investigating, and ...
Co-ordinating regeneration: Improving effectiveness in local delivery.
(Regeneration Momentum, 2010-01)