Articles – Space, Democracy and Marginalisation (Class, Gender)

Articles – Space, Democracy and Marginalisation (Class, Gender)

“Homeless Women in Public Spaces: Strategies of Resistance”, Rionach Casey, Rosalin Goudie and Kesia Reeve
In: Housing Studies 23.6 (2008), 899-916.
Source: http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/02673030802416627?src=recsys
Accessed on: 29.3.2017

“Alternative Cartographies of Homelessness: Rendering visible British women’s experiences of ‘visible’ homelessness”, Jon May, Paul Cloke and Sarah Johnson
In: Gender, Place & Culture A Journal of Feminist Geography 14,.2 (2007), 121-140.
Source: http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/09663690701213677?src=recsys
Accessed on: 29.3.2017

“Home Spaces and Rights to the City: Thinking Social Justice for Chronically Homeless Women”, Fran Klodawsky
In: Urban Geography 30.6 (2009) – Rights, Space, and Homelessness: Part I, 591-610.
Source: http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.2747/0272-3638.30.6.591?src=recsys
Accessed on: 29.3.2017

“Landscapes on the Margins: Gender and homelessness in Canada”, Fran Klodawsky
In: Gender, Place & Culture – A Journal of Feminist Geography 13.4 (2006)
Source: http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/09663690600808478?src=recsys
Accessed on: 29.3.2017

“Homelessness, Gender and Subsistence: The Case of Toronto Street Youth”, Bill O’Grady and Stephen Gaetz
In: Journal of Youth Studies 7.4 (2004), 397-416.
Source: http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/1367626042000315194?src=recsys
Accessed on: 29.3.2017

“The End of Public Space?People’s Park, Definitions of the Public, and Democracy”, Don Mitchell
In: Annals of the Association of American Geographers 85,.1 (1995), 108-133.
Source:  http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1111/j.1467-8306.1995.tb01797.xa?src=recsys
Accessed on: 29.3.2017

“Housing Pathways: A Post Modern Analytical Framework”, David Clapham
In: Housing, Theory and Society 19.2 (2002), 57-68.
Source: http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/140360902760385565?src=recsys
Accessed on: 29.3.2017

“Anti-homeless spikes are just the latest in ‘defensive urban architecture'”, Maryam Omidi
In: The Guardian – Cities, 12 June 2014
Source: https://www.theguardian.com/cities/2014/jun/12/anti-homeless-spikes-latest-defensive-urban-architecture
Accessed on: 29.3.2017

Source: https://static.independent.co.uk/s3fs-public/styles/story_medium/public/thumbnails/image/2017/03/13/10/homeless-spikes.jpg

“How Cities Use Design to Drive Homeless People Away”, Robert Rosenberger
In: The Atlantic – Business, 19 June 2014.
Source: https://www.theatlantic.com/business/archive/2014/06/how-cities-use-design-to-drive-homeless-people-away/373067/
Accessed on: 29.3.2017

“Britain’s dark history of criminalising homeless people in public spaces”, Victoria Cooper and Daniel McCulloch
Subtext: “Archaic vagrancy acts and Public Spaces Protection Laws turn washing, sleeping and begging into punishable offences”
In: The Indepedent – Business, 13 March 2017.
Source: http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/britain-s-dark-history-of-criminalising-homeless-people-in-public-spaces-a7626531.html
Accessed on: 29.3.2017

“Artists launch campaign to tackle scourge of anti-homeless spikes in London”, Caroline Mortimer
In: The Indepedent – Home News, 19 July 2015.
Source: http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/home-news/artists-launch-campaign-to-tackle-scourge-of-anti-homeless-spikes-in-london-10400210.html
From the article:

An art collective known as Space, Not Spikes, have started creating makeshift beds on top of the spikes in Shoreditch, east London.

In a statement on their website they explain: “Living in a city, we bumble along from place to place in tightly martialed lines.

“We’re told where we can walk, where we can sit, where we are welcome but only if we spend money. Or have it. It makes us neurotic and engenders a deep sense of ‘otherness’ in anyone who chooses to or simply cannot buy in to what currently passes for society and leisure.

“Space, Not Spikes came from the anger of public/private space inequity. We chose the Curtain Road location because of its resonance with artists. Round the corner and down the road were the studios and spaces used by artists who couldn’t afford anywhere else to live and work.”

“Regardless of whether you own, rent or even have a home, the streets are ours.”

Accessed on: 29.3.2017

“After Locals Kept Covering Anti-Homeless Spikes with Cushions, This Building Just Gave Up”, Charlie Sorrel
In: Co.Design – 1 Minute Read, 2 June 2017.
Source: https://www.fastcodesign.com/3067822/after-locals-kept-covering-anti-homeless-spikes-with-cushions-this-building-just-gave-up
Accessed on: 29.3.2017

“Ban anti-homeless spikes in the UK”, Aran Macdermott
In: Care2Petitions, n.d.
Source: http://www.thepetitionsite.com/677/268/362/ban-homeless-spikes-in-the-uk/
Accessed on: 29.3.2017

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Article: “6 Myths and 1 Truth About Homelessness in the United States”, Brian Harper
In: Mic – Policy (2014)
Source: https://mic.com/articles/83315/6-myths-and-1-truth-about-homelessness-in-the-united-states#.ZrNwviv41
Accessed on: 29.3.2017

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