Luke Dickens
Luke Dickens
Lecturer, Department of Geography, King's College London
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TitleCited byYear
Placing post-graffiti: the journey of the Peckham Rock
L Dickens
cultural geographies 15 (4), 471-496, 2008
Digital citizenship? Narrative exchange and the changing terms of civic culture
N Couldry, H Stephansen, A Fotopoulou, R MacDonald, W Clark, ...
Citizenship Studies 18 (6-7), 615-629, 2014
Pictures on walls? Producing, pricing and collecting the street art screen print
L Dickens
City 14 (1-2), 63-81, 2010
Real social analytics: A contribution towards a phenomenology of a digital world
N Couldry, A Fotopoulou, L Dickens
The British journal of sociology 67 (1), 118-137, 2016
Finders keepers’: Performing the street, the gallery and the spaces in-between
L Dickens
Liminalities: A Journal of Performance Studies 4 (1), 1-30, 2008
News in the community? Investigating emerging inter-local spaces of news production/consumption
L Dickens, N Couldry, A Fotopoulou
Journalism Studies 16 (1), 97-114, 2015
Rap, rhythm and recognition: lyrical practices and the politics of voice on a community music project for young people experiencing challenging circumstances
L Dickens, D Lonie
Emotion, Space and Society 9, 59-71, 2013
The geographies of post-graffiti: Art worlds, cultural economy and the city
L Dickens
Unpublished PhD thesis, Department of Geography, University of London, London, 2009
Constructing a digital storycircle: Digital infrastructure and mutual recognition
N Couldry, R MacDonald, H Stephansen, W Clark, L Dickens, ...
International Journal of Cultural Studies 18 (5), 501-517, 2015
Spatial dislocation and affective displacement: Youth perspectives on gentrification in London
M Butcher, L Dickens
International Journal of Urban and Regional Research 40 (4), 800-816, 2016
Going public? Re‐thinking visibility, ethics and recognition through participatory research praxis
L Dickens, M Butcher
Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 41 (4), 528-540, 2016
Becoming musicians: situating young people’s experiences of musical learning between formal, informal and non-formal spheres
D Lonie, L Dickens
cultural geographies 23 (1), 87-101, 2016
Digitization and materiality: researching community memory practice today
RL MacDonald, N Couldry, L Dickens
The Sociological Review 63 (1), 102-120, 2015
Creating Hackney as home
M Butcher, L Dickens
Project report available on www. hackneyashome. co. uk [last consulted: 19 …, 2015
World Making, Critical Pedagogies, and the Geographical Imagination: Where Youth Work Meets Participatory Research
L Dickens
Antipode 49 (5), 1285-1305, 2017
“I can do things here that I can’t do in my own life”: The Making of a Civic Archive at the Salford Lads Club
L Dickens, RL MacDonald
ACME: An International E-Journal for Critical Geographies 14 (2), 377-389, 2015
Displaced encounters with the working-class city
L Dickens, R MacDonald
Intergenerational Space, 2015
Displaced encounters with the working class city: camping, storytelling and intergenerational relationships at the Salford Lads Club. In, Robert Vanderbeck, and Nancy Worth
L Dickens, RL MacDonald
Intergenerational Space, 81-95, 2014
Are you listening? Voicing what matters in non-formal music education policy and practice
D Lonie, L Dickens
Children’s Emotions in Policy and Practice, 174-188, 2015
Rehearsal Spaces as Children’s Spaces? Considering the Place of Non-formal Music Education
L Dickens, D Lonie
Informal Education, Childhood and Youth, 165-183, 2014
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