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An exploratory analysis of spatial variations in organ donation registration rates in Wales prior to the implementation of the Human Transplantation (Wales) Act 2013
Spatial variations in rates of registered organ donors have not been studied in the UK at detailed spatial scales despite some evidence of national and regional differences. By drawing on the findings from the existing literature, this study examines associations between...
Precarious rural cosmopolitanism: Negotiating globalization, migration and diversity in Irish small towns
Article in the Journal of Rural Studies .
Assessing the Impacts of Changing Public Service Provision on Geographical Accessibility: an examination of public library provision in Pembrokeshire, South Wales
Public libraries make an important contribution to the wellbeing of local people often acting as community hubs by reducing the isolation felt by vulnerable members of society through promoting social interaction and supporting the wider needs of local communities. However,...
An evaluation of alternative measures of accessibility for investigating potential ‘deprivation amplification’ in service provision
Article in the Applied Geography journal.
Place, belonging and the determinants of volunteering
Article in the Voluntary Sector Review .
Footwork: urban patrol and the modern city. London: Pluto Press
Footwork offers an original street-corner ethnography drawing on the themes of urban regeneration, lost space and the 24-hour city. It shows how urban modernisation, development and politics impact on the hidden lives of people living and working on the streets. From the...
Trust and Transparency in multi-level governance: new findings from the French regions
The issues of Trust and transparency lay at the heart of contemporary debates regarding governance and democracy. Measures of trust and transparency (in the national leadership, in the conduct of professional politicians, in diffuse affect for the political regime) have been...
Modelling spatial access to General Practitioner surgeries: Does public transport availability matter?
Existing approaches investigating access to primary health care tend to use relatively crude measures that compare supply to demand ratios for administrative units or use GIS to calculate straight-line or network distances to the nearest facility. The latter however largely...