His main research concerns Gentrification, Indigenous, Economic growth, Human geography and Neighbourhood. His Gentrification study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Economic geography, Islam and Politics. His Indigenous research incorporates elements of Social science, Community studies, Community building and Community organization.
His study in Economic growth is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Middle class and Urban planning. As a part of the same scientific study, Rowland Atkinson usually deals with the Human geography, concentrating on Urban geography and frequently concerns with Public administration, Empowerment and Domestication. The study incorporates disciplines such as Social mix, Public housing and Poverty in addition to Social exclusion.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Public administration, Community studies, Community organization, Social science and Community building. In Public administration, Rowland Atkinson works on issues like Politics, which are connected to Economy and State. Community organization and Indigenous are frequently intertwined in his study.
In general Social science study, his work on Human geography often relates to the realm of Neighbourhood, thereby connecting several areas of interest. His studies deal with areas such as Anthropology, Cultural analysis, Gentrification and Urban geography as well as Human geography. He focuses mostly in the field of Gentrification, narrowing it down to matters related to Development economics and, in some cases, Sustainability.
Rowland Atkinson focuses on Political economy, Politics, Criminology, Property and Fortress. His work deals with themes such as Corporate governance and Economic rent, which intersect with Political economy. Rowland Atkinson has included themes like Comparative politics, Urban economics, Social control and Public administration in his Corporate governance study.
His research integrates issues of Space, State, Economy and Public housing in his study of Politics. His work in Criminology tackles topics such as Harm which are related to areas like Pornography and New media. His Capital research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Development economics and Human geography.
His primary areas of investigation include Politics, Political economy, Economy, Space and Context. His Politics research includes elements of Social science and Affordable housing. His Political economy study also includes fields such as
Rowland Atkinson combines subjects such as Elite, Social equality, Social power, Power and Conceptualization with his study of Economy. The concepts of his Space study are interwoven with issues in Interpretation, Skyline and Built environment. His research in Context intersects with topics in Competition, Multinational corporation, Capital accumulation and Austerity.
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Accessing Hidden and Hard-to-reach Populations: Snowball Research Strategies
R Atkinson;J Flint.
Social Research Update (2001)
The Flight of the Creative Class
Housing Theory and Society (2006)
Disentangling Area Effects: Evidence from Deprived and Non-deprived Neighbourhoods:
Rowland Atkinson;Keith Kintrea.
Urban Studies (2001)
Domestication by Cappuccino or a Revenge on Urban Space? Control and Empowerment in the Management of Public Spaces
Urban Studies (2003)
Measuring Gentrification and Displacement in Greater London
Urban Studies (2000)
Fortress UK? Gated communities, the spatial revolt of the elites and time–space trajectories of segregation
Rowland Atkinson;John Flint.
Housing Studies (2004)
What Makes People Dissatisfied with their Neighbourhoods
Alison Parkes;Ade Kearns;Rowland Atkinson.
Urban Studies (2002)
The evidence on the impact of gentrification: new lessons for the urban renaissance?
European Journal of Housing Policy (2004)
Introduction: International Perspectives on The New Enclavism and the Rise of Gated Communities
Rowland Atkinson;Sarah Blandy.
Housing Studies (2005)
Padding the Bunker: Strategies of Middle-class Disaffiliation and Colonisation in the City
Urban Studies (2006)
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