Urban Segregation and Inequality publications and outputs

Here you will find a list of journal articles, briefing papers, working papers, blog posts and data maps by year of publication. You can also view media coverage related to the Urban Segregation and Inequality research here. 

2018

Journal article: Frontiers in residential segregation: understanding neighbourhood boundaries and their impacts

Authors: Nema Dean, Guanpeng Dong, Aneta Piekut, Gwilym Pryce
Journal: Journal of Economic and Social Geography
Date: 15th April 2018

2017

Blog post: Printing Data: Using 3D printing technology to turn population data into statistical sculpture

Jon Minton
October 2017

AQMeN Impact Case Study: Measuring segregation and its impact: advancing our understanding of social change

Journal article: A view through a window: social relations, material objects and locality 
Shirin Hirsch and Andrew Smith
Journal: The Sociological Review
Article first published on-line: July 28, 2017

Journal article: Remaking urban segregation: processes of income sorting and neighbourhood change
Nick Bailey, Wouter P C van Gent, Sako Musterd
Journal: Population, Space and Place
April 2017

Journal article: Is the housing market blind to religion? A perceived substitutability approach to homophily and social integration
Gwilym Pryce and Dr Nema Dean
Journal: Urban Studies
11th January 2017

2016

Guest blog: What SIMD 2016 tells us about the future for Scotland’s cities

SURF guest blog from Professor Nick Bailey and Dr Jonathan Minton

Blog post: Cities will just be playgrounds for rich if poor keep being pushed to suburbs – The Conversation
Nick Bailey and Jonathan Minton
Date: Wednesday, August 31, 2016

AQMeN blog post: Losing more slowly in matters of life and death
Jonathan Minton
9th June 2016

Data map: Map of housing tenure by datazones – 2011 Scottish Census Data
This map is connected with the research into ‘Social Mix’ by PhD Student Johanna Jokio

Journal article: Is poverty decentralizing? Quantifying uncertainty in the decentralization of urban poverty – Leo Kavanagh, Duncan Lee & Gwilym Pryce  Journal: Annals of the American Association of Geographers.
doi.org/10.1080/24694452.2016.1213156
Pages 1286 – 1298

2015

AQMeN Research Briefing 8: Religious segregation in Belfast: detecting real change in patterns of population movement– Duncan Lee, Jonathan Minton and Gwilym Pryce, October 2015

Journal article: Spatial random slope multilevel modelling using multivariate conditional autoregressive models: a case study of subjective travel satisfaction in Beijing
Gavin (Guanpeng) Dong, Gwilym Pryce, Richard Harris and Jing Ma
Journal: Annals of the Association of American Geographers
DOI: 10.1080/00045608.2015.1094388

2014

AQMeN Research Briefing 5: Poverty in suburbia: has Glasgow gone the way of American cities? – Leo Kavanagh, Duncan Lee and Gwilym Pryce, November 2014