Sophie Bond
Sophie Bond
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei otago.ac.nz
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Negotiating a ‘democratic ethos’ moving beyond the agonistic–communicative divide
S Bond
Planning Theory 10 (2), 161-186, 2011
1842011
Public participation and new urbanism: a conflicting agenda?
S Bond, M Thompson-Fawcett
Planning Theory & Practice 8 (4), 449-472, 2007
1042007
Bouncing back to capitalism
R Cretney, S Bond
Resilience: International Policies, Practices and Discourses 2 (1), 18-31, 2014
97*2014
The possibilities of a politics of place beyond place? A conversation with Doreen Massey
D Massey, HG Research Group, S Bond, D Featherstone
Scottish Geographical Journal 125 (3-4), 401-420, 2009
932009
Urbanist intentions for the built landscape: examples of concept and practice in England, Canada and New Zealand
M Thompson-Fawcett, S Bond
Progress in Planning 60 (2), 147-234, 2003
442003
What can we do? The challenge of being new academics in neoliberal universities
SIGJ2 Writing Collective
Antipode 44 (4), 1055-1058, 2012
362012
2Precious2Mine: Post‐politics, colonial imaginary, or hopeful political moment?
S Bond, G Diprose, A McGregor
Antipode 47 (5), 1161-1183, 2015
272015
Contested water, contested development: unpacking the hydro-social cycle of the Ñuble River, Chile
M Palomino-Schalscha, C Leaman-Constanzo, S Bond
Third World Quarterly 37 (5), 883-901, 2016
232016
Shifting relationships to place: a relational place-based perspective on SES resilience
RM Cretney, S Bond
Urban Geography 38 (1), 8-24, 2017
202017
Reregulating for freshwater enclosure: A state of exception in Canterbury, Aotearoa New Zealand
AC Thomas, S Bond
Antipode 48 (3), 770-789, 2016
182016
Legitimising activism in democracy: A place for antagonism in environmental governance
L Fougère, S Bond
Planning Theory 17 (2), 143-169, 2018
172018
‘Stories So Far’ A Conversation with Doreen Massey
D Featherstone, S Bond, J Painter
Spatial Politics: Essays for Doreen Massey, 253-266, 2013
162013
Contesting deep sea oil: Politicisation–depoliticisation–repoliticisation
S Bond, G Diprose, AC Thomas
Environment and Planning C: Politics and Space 37 (3), 519-538, 2019
142019
Being in myth and community: resistance, lived existence, and democracy in a north England mill town
S Bond
Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 29 (5), 780-802, 2011
142011
‘It’s who we are’: eco-nationalism and place in contesting deep-sea oil in Aotearoa New Zealand
G Diprose, AC Thomas, S Bond
Kōtuitui: New Zealand Journal of Social Sciences Online 11 (2), 159-173, 2016
132016
Maintaining grassroots activism: Transition Towns in Aotearoa New Zealand
RM Cretney, AC Thomas, S Bond
New Zealand Geographer 72 (2), 81-91, 2016
102016
The violence of (in) action: communities, climate and business-as-usual
G Diprose, S Bond, AC Thomas, J Barth, H Urquhart
Community Development Journal 52 (3), 488-505, 2017
72017
Fostering inter-cultural dialogue--visionary intentions and the realities of a dedicated public space.
R Paddison, M Keenan, S Bond
People, Place & Policy Online 6 (3), 2012
62012
Multiplicities, interwoven threads, holistic paths: the phronetic long-haul approach
S Bond, M Thompson-Fawcett
Qualitative Urban Analysis: An International Perspective, 2008
62008
Participation, urbanism and power
S Bond
University of Otago, 2007
52007
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