Katie Williams
Katie Williams
Professor, Director of the Centre for Sustainable Planning and Environments, University of the West of England
Verified email at uwe.ac.uk
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The compact city: a sustainable urban form?
E Burton, M Jenks, K Williams
Routledge, 2003
Achieving sustainable urban form: an introduction
K Williams, E Burton, M Jenks
Achieving sustainable urban form 2000, 1-5, 2000
The Parkinson progression marker initiative (PPMI)
K Marek, D Jennings, S Lasch, A Siderowf, C Tanner, T Simuni, C Coffey, ...
Progress in neurobiology 95 (4), 629-635, 2011
A darker shade of pale?'Whiteness, the middle classes and multi-ethnic inner city schooling
D Reay, S Hollingworth, K Williams, G Crozier, F Jamieson, D James, ...
Sociology 41 (6), 1041-1060, 2007
What is stopping sustainable building in England? Barriers experienced by stakeholders in delivering sustainable developments
K Williams, C Dair
Sustainable development 15 (3), 135-147, 2007
Comparison of five antimicrobial regimens for treatment of mild to moderate inflammatory facial acne vulgaris in the community: randomised controlled trial
M Ozolins, EA Eady, AJ Avery, WJ Cunliffe, ALW Po, C O'Neill, ...
The Lancet 364 (9452), 2188-2195, 2004
White middle‐class parents, identities, educational choice and the urban comprehensive school: dilemmas, ambivalence and moral ambiguity
G Crozier, D Reay, D James, F Jamieson, P Beedell, S Hollingworth, ...
British Journal of Sociology of Education 29 (3), 261-272, 2008
Urban intensification policies in England: problems and contradictions
K Williams
Land Use Policy 16 (3), 167-178, 1999
Sustainable urban form: the big picture
P Newman, J Kenworthy
Achieving sustainable urban form, 109-120, 2000
Sustainable cities: research and practice challenges
K Williams
International Journal of Urban Sustainable Development 1 (1-2), 128-132, 2010
The potential of the compact city for promoting social equity
E Burton
Achieving sustainable urban form, 19-29, 2000
Achieving the compact city through intensification: An acceptable option
K Williams, E Burton, M Jenks
The compact city: A sustainable urban form, 83-96, 1996
The accessibility of public spaces for people with dementia: A new priority for the'open city'
TIM Blackman, L Mitchell, E Burton, M Jenks, M Parsons, S Raman, ...
Disability & Society 18 (3), 357-371, 2003
Re-invigorating democracy?: White middle class identities and comprehensive schooling
D Reay, G Crozier, D James, S Hollingworth, K Williams, F Jamieson, ...
The Sociological Review 56 (2), 238-255, 2008
Patient self‐testing is a reliable and acceptable alternative to laboratory INR monitoring
C Gardiner, K Williams, IJ Mackie, SJ Machin, H Cohen
British journal of haematology 128 (2), 242-247, 2005
Land use, transport and people: identifying the connections
D Stead, J Williams, H Titheridge
Achieving sustainable urban form, 174-186, 2000
Does intensifying cities make them more sustainable
K Williams
Achieving sustainable urban form, 30-45, 2000
Spatial planning, urban form and sustainable transport
K Williams
Routledge, 2017
Constructions of the working-class ‘Other’among urban, white, middle-class youth:‘chavs’, subculture and the valuing of education
S Hollingworth, K Williams
Journal of youth studies 12 (5), 467-482, 2009
Compact cities and sustainability: an introduction
M Jenks, E Burton, K Williams
The Compact City: a sustainable urban form, 11-12, 1996
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