Geoff DeVerteuil
Geoff DeVerteuil
Reader in Urban and Social Geography, Cardiff University
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Complexity not collapse: recasting the geographies of homelessness in a ‘punitive’age
G DeVerteuil, J May, J Von Mahs
Progress in Human Geography 33 (5), 646-666, 2009
The local state and homeless shelters: Beyond revanchism?
G DeVerteuil
Cities 23 (2), 109-120, 2006
Spaces of sobriety/sites of power: examining social model alcohol recovery programs as therapeutic landscapes
R Wilton, G DeVerteuil
Social Science & Medicine 63 (3), 649-661, 2006
Homeless mobility, institutional settings, and the new poverty management
G DeVerteuil
Environment and Planning A 35 (2), 361-379, 2003
Does the punitive need the supportive? A sympathetic critique of current grammars of urban injustice
G DeVerteuil
Antipode 46 (4), 874-893, 2014
Reconsidering the legacy of urban public facility location theory in human geography
G DeVerteuil
Progress in Human Geography 24 (1), 47-69, 2000
Resilience in the Post-Welfare Inner City: Voluntary Sector Geographies in London, Los Angeles and Sydney
G DeVerteuil
University of Chicago Press, 2015
Can resilience be redeemed? Resilience as a metaphor for change, not against change
G DeVerteuil, O Golubchikov
City 20 (1), 143-151, 2016
New landscapes of urban poverty management
JR Wolch, G DeVerteuil
TimeSpace, 161-180, 2003
Reconciling indigenous need with the urban welfare state? Evidence of culturally-appropriate services and spaces for Aboriginals in Winnipeg, Canada
G DeVerteuil, K Wilson
Geoforum 41 (3), 498-507, 2010
‘Weak‐center’gentrification and the contradictions of containment: deconcentrating poverty in Downtown Los Angeles
E Reese, G Deverteuil, L Thach
International Journal of Urban and Regional Research 34 (2), 310-327, 2010
Spaces of abeyance, care and survival: The addiction treatment system as a site of ‘regulatory richness’
G DeVerteuil, R Wilton
Political Geography 28 (8), 463-472, 2009
Evidence of gentrification-induced displacement among social services in London and Los Angeles
G De Verteuil
Urban studies 48 (8), 1563-1580, 2011
Mental health and the city: intra-urban mobility among individuals with schizophrenia
G DeVerteuil, A Hinds, L Lix, J Walker, R Robinson, LL Roos
Health & place 13 (2), 310-323, 2007
Residential mobility and severe mental illness: a population-based analysis
LM Lix, A Hinds, G DeVerteuil, JR Robinson, J Walker, LL Roos
Administration and Policy in Mental Health and Mental Health Services …, 2006
Where has NIMBY gone in urban social geography?
G DeVerteuil
Social & Cultural Geography 14 (6), 599-603, 2013
Resisting gentrification‐induced displacement: Advantages and disadvantages to ‘staying put’among non‐profit social services in London and Los Angeles
G DeVerteuil
Area 44 (2), 208-216, 2012
Any space left? Homeless resistance by place-type in Los Angeles County
G DeVerteuil, M Marr, D Snow
Urban Geography 30 (6), 633-651, 2009
The geographies of intoxicants: From production and consumption to regulation, treatment and prevention
G DeVerteuil, RD Wilton
Geography Compass 3 (1), 478-494, 2009
Conceptualizing violence for health and medical geography
G DeVerteuil
Social Science & Medicine 133, 216-222, 2015
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