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Using ethnography and assemblage theory in political geography
P Ghoddousi, S Page
Geography Compass 14 (10), e12533, 2020
412020
The geography of London's recent beer brewing revolution
A Dennett, S Page
The Geographical Journal 183 (4), 440-454, 2017
332017
Donald Trump and the white-male dissonance machine
S Page, J Dittmer
Political Geography 54, 76-78, 2016
302016
Reassessing the Trump presidency, one year on
PE Steinberg, S Page, J Dittmer, B Gökariksel, S Smith, A Ingram, N Koch
Political Geography 62, 207-215, 2018
282018
Assembling political parties
S Page, J Dittmer
Geography Compass 9 (5), 251-261, 2015
232015
“A machine masquerading as a movement”: The 2015 UK general election labour campaign investigated through assemblage and affect
S Page
Political Geography 70, 92-101, 2019
112019
Assemblage theory
S Page
Elsevier, 2020
102020
Jeremy Corbyn and the war machine: Assemblage and affect in the 2015 UK Labour Party Leadership Contest
S Page
Environment and Planning C: Politics and Space 39 (7), 1319-1337, 2021
82021
Political geographies: Assemblage theory as methodology
J Dittmer, P Ghoddousi, S Page
The Routledge handbook of methodologies in human geography, 134-143, 2022
12022
Donald Trump and the Potency of his Assemblage
S Page
Political Landscapes of Donald Trump, 180-192, 2020
12020
The anarchist roots of geography: towards spatial emancipation
S Page
Social & Cultural Geography 18 (6), 887-888, 2017
2017
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