Paul Watt
Paul Watt
Professor of Urban Studies, Birkbeck, University of London
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‘It's not for us’ Regeneration, the 2012 Olympics and the gentrification of East London
P Watt
City 17 (1), 99-118, 2013
Respectability, roughness and ‘race’: Neighbourhood place images and the making of working‐class social distinctions in London
P Watt
International journal of urban and regional research 30 (4), 776-797, 2006
Living in an oasis: middle-class disaffiliation and selective belonging in an English suburb
P Watt
Environment and planning. A 41 (12), 2874, 2009
The street:‘it’sa bit dodgy around there’
P Watt, K Stenson
Cool places: Geographies of youth cultures, 249-266, 1998
Housing stock transfers, regeneration and state-led gentrification in London
P Watt
Urban Policy and Research 27 (3), 229-242, 2009
The only class in town? Gentrification and the middle‐class colonization of the city and the urban imagination
P Watt
International Journal of Urban and Regional Research 32 (1), 206-211, 2008
Governmentality and'the death of the social'?: A discourse analysis of local government texts in south-east England
K Stenson, P Watt
Urban Studies 36 (1), 189-201, 1999
Understanding social inequality
T Butler, P Watt
Sage, 2007
London's housing crisis and its activisms: Introduction
P Watt, A Minton
City 20 (2), 204-221, 2016
Discourses of social exclusion: an analysis of bringing Britain together: a national strategy for neighbourhood renewal
P Watt, K Jacobs
Housing, theory and society 17 (1), 14-26, 2000
Introduction: Neoliberal housing policy–time for a critical re-appraisal
S Hodkinson, P Watt, G Mooney
Critical Social Policy 33 (1), 3-16, 2013
Sanitizing public space in Olympic host cities: The spatial experiences of marginalized youth in 2010 Vancouver and 2012 London
J Kennelly, P Watt
Sociology 45 (5), 765-781, 2011
Globalization, polarization and the informal sector: the case of paid domestic workers in London
R Cox, P Watt
Area 34 (1), 39-47, 2002
Housing histories and fragmented middle-class careers: the case of marginal professionals in London council housing
P Watt
Housing Studies 20 (3), 359-381, 2005
‘Underclass’ and ‘ordinary people’discourses: Representing/re-presenting council tenants in a housing campaign
P Watt
Critical Discourse Studies 5 (4), 345-357, 2008
Seeing Olympic effects through the eyes of marginally housed youth: changing places and the gentrification of East London
J Kennelly, P Watt
Visual studies 27 (2), 151-160, 2012
Going out of town: youth,‘race’, and place in the South East of England
P Watt
Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 16 (6), 687-703, 1998
A nomadic war machine in the metropolis: En/countering London's 21st-century housing crisis with Focus E15
P Watt
City 20 (2), 297-320, 2016
Grafting, going to college and working on road: Youth transitions and cultures in an East London neighbourhood
A Gunter, P Watt
Journal of youth studies 12 (5), 515-529, 2009
Urban marginality and labour market restructuring: local authority tenants and employment in an inner London Borough
P Watt
Urban Studies 40 (9), 1769-1789, 2003
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