Louise Holt
Louise Holt
Professor, Geography & Environment, Loughborough University, UK.
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Studentification and ‘apprentice’gentrifiers within Britain's provincial towns and cities: Extending the meaning of gentrification
DP Smith, L Holt
Environment and Planning A 39 (1), 142-161, 2007
Embodied social capital and geographic perspectives: performing the habitus
L Holt
Progress in human geography 32 (2), 227-246, 2008
The ‘voices’ of children: de‐centring empowering research relations
L Holt
Children's Geographies 2 (1), 13-27, 2004
‘Lesbian migrants in the gentrified valley’and ‘other’geographies of rural gentrification
DP Smith, L Holt
Journal of rural studies 21 (3), 313-322, 2005
Children with mind–body differences: performing disability in primary school classrooms
L Holt
Children's Geographies 2 (2), 219-236, 2004
Children's sociospatial (re) production of disability within primary school playgrounds
L Holt
Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 25 (5), 783-802, 2007
Questions of agency: Capacity, subjectivity, spatiality and temporality
SL Holloway, L Holt, S Mills
Progress in Human Geography 43 (3), 458-477, 2019
Theorising other childhoods in a globalised world
L Holt, SL Holloway
Routledge 4 (2), 135-142, 2006
Emotions and the habitus: Young people with socio-emotional differences (re) producing social, emotional and cultural capital in family and leisure space-times
L Holt, S Bowlby, J Lea
Emotion, Space and Society 9, 33-41, 2013
Geographies of children, youth and families
L Holt
Taylor & Francis, 2010
The strength of weak ties: The social networks of young separated asylum seekers and refugees in London
K Wells
Diverse Spaces of Childhood and Youth, 43-53, 2016
Young people's embodied social capital and performing disability
L Holt
Children's Geographies 8 (1), 25-37, 2010
(Dis) abling children in primary school micro-spaces: geographies of inclusion and exclusion
L Holt
Health & Place 9 (2), 119-128, 2003
Children and Covid 19 in the UK
L Holt, L Murray
Children's Geographies 20 (4), 487-494, 2022
Childhood disability and ability:(Dis) ableist geographies of mainstream primary schools
L Holt
Disability Studies Quarterly 24 (3), 2004
Special units for young people on the autistic spectrum in mainstream schools: Sites of normalisation, abnormalisation, inclusion, and exclusion
L Holt, J Lea, S Bowlby
Environment and Planning A 44 (9), 2191-2206, 2012
Exploring the emergence of the subject in power: Infant geographies
L Holt
Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 31 (4), 645-663, 2013
“Everyone knows me…. I sort of like move about”: The friendships and encounters of young people with Special Educational Needs in different school settings
L Holt, S Bowlby, J Lea
Environment and Planning a 49 (6), 1361-1378, 2017
Diverse spaces of childhood and youth: gender and other socio-cultural differences
R Evans, L Holt
Children's geographies 9 (3-4), 277-284, 2011
Introduction: geographies of children, youth and families: disentangling the socio-spatial contexts of young people across the globalizing world
L Holt
Geographies of children, youth and families, 21-28, 2010
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