Chris Hastie
Chris Hastie
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Socio-economic and demographic predictors of accidental dwelling fire rates
C Hastie, R Searle
Fire Safety Journal 84, 50-56, 2016
142016
Community engagement and its role in fire prevention in a West Midlands neighbourhood
CM Hastie
Coventry University, 2017
32017
The Perpetuation of Inequality: The role of community engagement
C Hastie
Sociological Research Online, 1360780418780043, 2018
22018
Grenfell's tragedy is a worldwide truth: fire is an inequality issue
C Hastie
22017
Business Support and the Cultural and Creative Sector in England and Scotland: A Review
N Henry, K Broughton, C Hastie, V Barker
Coventry, 2017
12017
After Grenfell, local authorities must break the link between fire and inequality
C Hastie
12017
As fire services get closer to the police, they risk losing people's trust
C Hastie
2017
Engaging with public services in a disadvantaged neighbourhood
C Hastie
British Sociological Association Annual Conference: Recovering the Social …, 2017
2017
Fire, inequality and community engagement
C Hastie
9th ENQUIRE conference: Social Inequality and Social Research, 2017
2017
Community engagement and fire prevention
C Hastie
Re16: Looking Back, Looking Forward: Marking 20 years of Fire Related …, 2016
2016
Trust, inequality and the Fire Service
C Hastie
Social Relations, Transformation and Trust Conference, 2014
2014
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