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- Browne, A.L., Medd, W. and Anderson, B. (2013) 'Developing Novel Approaches to Tracking Domestic Water Demand Under Uncertainty — A Reflection on the “Up Scaling” of Social Science Approaches in the United Kingdom' Water Resources Management , 27 (4), pp. 1013-36 DOI 10.1007/s11269-012-0117-y
- McMeekin, A. and Southerton, D. (2012) 'Sustainability transitions and final consumption: practices and socio-technical systems', Technology Analysis & Strategic Management, 24:4, 345-361
- Southerton D., Diaz-Mendez C and Warde A, (2012) ‘Behavioural Change and the Temporal Ordering of Eating Practices: A UK-Spain Comparison’. International Journal of Sociology of Agriculture and Food, 19 (1) pp19-36
- Foster, C., McMeekin, A. and Mylan, J. (2012) 'The entanglement of consumer expectations and (eco) innovation sequences: the case of orange juice', Technology Analysis & Strategic Management, 24 (4), 391-405
- McMeekin, A. and Rothman, H. (2012) 'Innovation, consumption and environmental sustainability', introduction to special edition Technology Analysis & Strategic Management, 24(4), pp. 327-330.
- Enticott, G; Franklin, A and van Winden, S (2012) 'Biosecurity and food security: spatial strategies for combating bovine tuberculosis in the UK' The Geographical Journal 178 (4), pp. 327-337
- Southerton, D., Olsen,W., Warde, A., Cheng, S. (2012) 'Practices and trajectories: A comparative analysis of reading in France, Norway, the Netherlands, the UK and the USA.' Journal of Consumer Culture 12 (3) pp237-262This article uses time diary data to examine trajectories of change of reading related practices within the aforementioned countries.
- Southerton, D., (2012 on line) 'Habits, routines and temporalities of consumption: From individual behaviours to the reproduction of everyday practices'. Time & Society (published online before print 13.12.2012) DOI: 10.1177/0961463X12464228This article demonstrates the need for empirical attention to the temporal conditioning of everyday practices. In doing so, it outlines a threefold conceptual framework.
- Southerton, D. (2011) ‘Consumption', British Sociological Association: 60th Anniversary Special Collection December, 2011
- Murphy, J. (2011) ‘ Walking a public geography through Ireland and Scotland', The Geographical Journal
- Murphy, J. (2011) ‘Walking paths through postcolonial political geographies' Political Geography, 30 pp239-240
- Murphy, J. (2011) ‘From place to exile', Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers
- Middlemiss, L K and Parrish, B (2010) 'Building capacity for low-carbon communities: The role of grassroots initiatives' Energy Policy 38:12 pp 7559-7566This paper questions the role that grassroots initiatives can have in creating low-carbon communities. Using a theoretical framework from work on community-based practice change initiatives, it discusses the interplay between grassroots action and community capacity. Key themes include the importance of locally crafted solutions according to the structures specific to place.
- Marsden, T, Franklin, A, Newton, J and Middleton, J (2010) Sustainability in Practice: Situated learning and knowledge for the evolving eco-economy Town Planning Review 81 (5) pp 541-562
- Hodson, M. and Marvin, S. (2010) 'Can cities shape socio-technical transitions and how would we know if they were?', Research Policy, 39(4): 477-85.
- Hodson, M. and Marvin, S. (2010) 'Urbanism in the Anthropocene', City, 14( 3): 299-313.