Citations

 This page is a list of known citations to my published works:

 BUNKEROLOGY 
 
BENNETT, Luke (2013) Concrete Multivalence – practising representation in bunkerology, Environment and Planning D: Society and Space, 31 (3), 502-521
 
– Garrett B & Hawkins H (2013)  ‘And now for something completely different… thinking through explorer subject-bodies: A response to Mott and Roberts’. Antipode Discussion Paper, 11 November 2013 at: http://antipodefoundation.org/2013/11/18/critical-dialogue-urban-exploration-subject-bodies-and-the-politics-of-difference/
 
BENNETT, Luke (2013). Who goes there? Accounting for gender in the urge to explore abandoned military bunkers. Gender, Place and Culture. 20(3)  630-646 
 
– Garrett B & Hawkins H (2013)  ‘And now for something completely different… thinking through explorer subject-bodies: A response to Mott and Roberts’. Antipode Discussion Paper, 11 November 2013 at: http://antipodefoundation.org/2013/11/18/critical-dialogue-urban-exploration-subject-bodies-and-the-politics-of-difference/
 
–    Garrett B (2013) ‘Undertaking recreational trespass: urban exploration and infiltration’ Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers [advance publication online: DOI: 10.1111/tran.12001]
 
–     Mott C & Roberts S (2013) ‘Not everyone has (the) balls: urban exploration and the persistence of masculinist geography’ Antipode [advance publication online: DOI: 10.1111/anti.12033]
 
BENNETT, Luke (2011). Bunkerology – a case study in the theory and practice of urban exploration. Environment and Planning D: Society and Space, 29 (3), 421-434.
 
– Cairns, S. & Jacobs, J.M. (2014) Buildings Must Die – A peverse view of architecture, MIT Press: Cambridge MA
 
– Garrett B & Hawkins H (2013)  ‘And now for something completely different… thinking through explorer subject-bodies: A response to Mott and Roberts’. Antipode Discussion Paper, 11 November 2013 at: http://antipodefoundation.org/2013/11/18/critical-dialogue-urban-exploration-subject-bodies-and-the-politics-of-difference/
 
–   Craggs R, Geoghegan H, Neate H, (2013) “Architectural enthusiasm: visiting buildings with The Twentieth Century Society” Environment and Planning D: Society and Space, [advance publication online: doi:10.1068/d14512]
 
–   Garrett B (2013) ‘Undertaking recreational trespass: urban exploration and infiltration’ Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers [advance publication online: DOI: 10.1111/tran.12001]
 
–  Mott C & Roberts S (2013) ‘Not everyone has (the) balls: urban exploration and the persistence of masculinist geography’ Antipode [advance publication online: DOI: 10.1111/anti.12033] 
 
–  Woodward R (2013) ‘Military Landscapes – agendas and approaches for future research’ Progress in Human Geography [advance publication online: doi:10.1177/0309132513493219]
 
–  Elden S (2013) ‘Secure the volume: vertical geopolitics and the depth of power’ Political Geography 34, 35-51.
 
–  DeSilvey C & Edensor, T (2013) ‘Reckoning with ruins’ Progress in Human Geography 37 (4) 465-485
 
–  Daskalaki M &  Mould O (2013) ‘Beyond urban subcultures: urban subversions as rhizomatic social formations’  International Journal of Urban & Regional Research 37 (1) 1-17
 
–  Geoghegan H (2013) ‘Emotional geographies of enthusiasm – belonging to a telecommunications heritage group’ Area 45 (1) 40-46
 
–  Garrett B, (2011) ‘Shallow Excavation’ – a response to ‘Bunkerology’ at http://societyandspace.com/2011/06/10/shallow-excavation-a-response-to-bunkerology-by-bradley-l-garrett/
 
BENNETT, Luke (2011). The Bunker: metaphor, materiality & management. Culture and Organization, 17 (2), 155-173.
 
–   Woodward R (2013) ‘Military Landscapes – agendas and approaches for future research’ Progress in Human Geography [advance publication online: doi:10.1177/0309132513493219]
 
–   Marechal G, Linstead S & Munro I (2013) ‘The territorial organisation: history, divergence and possibilities’ Culture and Organization, 19 (3) 185-208
 
METAL THEFT
  
BENNETT, Luke (2008). Assets under attack: metal theft, the built environment and the dark side of the global recycling market. Environmental Law and Management, 20, 176-183.
  
– Dunne, JA et al (2015) ‘Electrical burns injuries secondary to copper theft’ European Journal of Trauma and Emergency Surgery 41: advanced publication online DOI 10.1007/s00068-015-0495-y.
 
–  Ashby M et al (2014) ‘The when and where of an emerging crime type: The example of metal theft from the railway network of Great Britain’ Security Journal [advance online publication 13 October 2014; doi: 10.1057/sj.2014.43]
 
–  Bond J, Hainsworth S, & Lau T (2013)   ‘Lead Theft – A study of the ‘uniqueness’ of lead from church roofs’ Journal of Forensic Sciences, 58 (4) 1003-1007 
 
–    McGuire, M (2012) Technology, Crime & Justice: The Question Concerning Technomia, Routledge: London.
 
–    Van Dijk J, Seloni A & Farrel,l G (eds) (2012) The International Crime Drop – New Directions in Research, Palgrave Macmillan: Basingstoke
 
–    Sidebottom A, Belur J, et al (2011) ‘Theft in Price-Volatile Markets: On the relationship between copper price and copper theft’ Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency 48 (3) 396-418
 
–    Quercia, P (ed.) (2011) Metal theft – an emerging threat to Europe’s economic security Pol-Primett Report (via http://www.policialocalvalencia.es/Documentos/Pol_Primett_INVESTIGACION%20ITALIA.pdf)
OCCUPIERS’ LIABILITY

BENNETT, Luke. (2010). Trees and public liability – who really decides what is reasonably safe? Arboricultural Journal – The International Journal of Urban Forestry, 33, 141-164.

–   Ball, D & Ball-King, L (2013) ‘Safety management and public spaces: restoring balance’, Risk Analysis 33 (5) 763-771

–   Ball, D & Watt J (2013) ‘The risk to the public of tree fall’ Journal of Risk Research, 16(2) 261-269

–   Barrell, J (2012) ‘Balancing tree benefits against against tree security: the duty holder’s dilemma’ Arboricultural Journal: The International Journal of Urban Forestry, 34 (1) 29-44

–    Ball D & Ball-King L (2011) Public Safety and Risk Assessment – Improving Decision Making, Earthscan: Abingdon.

BENNETT, Luke and CROWE, Lynn (2008). Landowners’ liability? is perception of the risk of liability for visitors accidents a barrier to countryside access? Project Report. Sheffield, Countryside Recreation Network.

–    Outplan  (2011) The impacts of the current Occupiers’ Liability Legislation in Northern Ireland upon outdoor recreation, a study for Sport Northern Ireland http://www.sportni.net/NR/rdonlyres/2256395C-94CB-49B2-82A6-77D7296506AD/0/OccupiersLiabilityStudyFinal.pdf

 
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