Publications

Books

  • Brunsdon, C. and Singleton, A. (2014) Geocomputation: A Practical Primer. London: Sage, 392pp. Click here for publication
  • Burrough, P. A., McDonnell, R. A. and Lloyd, C. D. (2015) Principles of Geographical Information Systems. Third Edition. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 330pp. Click here for publication
  • Lloyd, C. D. (2014) Exploring Spatial Scale in Geography. Chichester: Wiley-Blackwell, 253pp. Click here for publication
  • Lloyd, C. D., Shuttleworth I. G. and Wong, D. W. S. (Eds.) (2014) Social-Spatial Segregation: Concepts, Processes and Outcomes. Bristol: Policy Press, 438pp. Click here for publication

Journal articles

  • Arribas-Bel, D. (2014) Accidental, open and everywhere: Emerging data sources for the understanding of cities. Applied Geography, 49, 45–53. Click here for publication
  • Arribas-Bel, D. and Gerrtise, M. (2015) From manufacturing belt, to rust belt, to college country — A visual narrative of the US urban growth. Environment and Planning A, 47(6), 1241–1253. Click here for publication
  • Arribas-Bel, D., Kourtit, K. and Nijkamp, P. (2015) Socio-cultural diversity and urban buzz. Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy, in press.
  • Arribas-Bel, D., Kourtit, K., Nijkamp, P. and Steenbruggen, J. (2015) Cyber cities: social media as a tool for understanding cities. Applied Spatial Analysis and Policy. Click here for publication
  • Arribas-Bel, D., Ramos, A. and Sanz Gracia, F. (2015) The size distribution of employment centers within the U.S. Metropolitan Areas. Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design, 42, 23–39. Click here for publication
  • Arribas-Bel, D. and Sanz Gracia, F. (2014) The validity of the monocentric city model in a polycentric age: US metropolitan areas in 1990, 2000 and 2010”. Urban Geography, 35(7), 980–997. Click here for publication
  • Bearman, N., Dyer, S., Walkington, H. and Wyse, S. (2015) Letter to the editor: The power of collective tactics: response to Peters and Turner, Environment and Planning A, 47(4) p 1015. Click here for publication
  • Bearman, N. and Singleton, A. (2014). Modelling the potential impact on CO2 emissions of an increased uptake of active travel for the home to school commute using individual level data. Journal of Transport and Health, 1(4), 295–304. Click here for publication
  • Bearman, N., Munday, P. and McAvoy, D. (2015) Teaching GIS outside of geography: a case study in the School of International Development, University of East Anglia, Journal of Geography in Higher Education, 39(2) p. 237-244. Click here for publication
  • Catney, G. (2015) Exploring a decade of small area ethnic (de-)segregation in England and Wales. Urban Studies, in press. Click here for publication 
  • Catney, G. (2015) The changing geographies of ethnic diversity in England and Wales, 1991–2011. Population, Space and Place, in press. Click here for publication
  • Catney, G. (2015) Towards an enhanced understanding of ethnic group geographies using measures of clustering and unevenness. The Geographical Journal, in press. Click here for publication
  • Catney, G. and Simpson, L. (2014) How persistent is demographic variation between ethnic groups? The case of household size in England and Wales Population, Space and Place 20(3), 201–221. Click here for publication
  • Dolega, L., Celinska-Janowicz, D. (2015). Retail resilience: A theoretical framework for understanding town centre dynamics. Studia Regionalne i Lokalne - Polish Section of the Regional Studies Association, 2(60): 8-31. Click here for publication
  • Dolega, L., Pavlis, M., and Singleton, A. (2016) Estimating attractiveness, hierarchy and catchment area extents for a national set of retail centre agglomerations. Journal of Retailing and Consumer Services, 28, 78–90. Click here for publication
  • Green, M. A., Subramanian, S. V., Vickers, D., Dorling, D. (2015) Internal migration, area effects and health: Does where you move to impact upon your health? Social Science & Medicine, 136, 27–34. Click here for publication
  • Green, M. A., Strong, M., Razak, F., Subramanian, S. V., Relton, C., Bissell, P. (2015) Who are the obese? A cluster analysis exploring subgroups of the obese. Journal of Public Health, in press. Click here for publication
  • Green, M. A., Subramanian, S. V., Strong, M., Cooper, C., Loban, A., Bissell, P. (2015) ‘Fish out of water’: A cross-sectional study on the interaction between social and neighbourhood effects on weight management behaviours. International Journal of Obesity, 39, 535–541. Click here for publication
  • Hannemann, T. and Kulu, H. (2015) Union formation and dissolution among immigrants and their descendants in the United Kingdom. Demographic Research, 33: 273–312. Click here for publication
  • Harris, R., Nicholas, T., Souch, C., Singleton, A., Orford, S., Keylock, C., Jarvis, C., and Brunsdon, C. (2014) Geographers count: A report on quantitative methods in geography. Enhancing Learning in the Social Sciences, 6 (2), 43–58.
  • Kourtit, K., Nijkamp, P. and Arribas-Bel, D. (2014) Migrant Entrepreneurs as Urban ‘Health Angels’ – Contrasts in Growth Strategies. International Planning Studies.  Click here for publication.
  • Kulu, H. and González-Ferrer, A. (2014) Family dynamics among immigrants and their descendants in Europe: current research and opportunities. European Journal of Population, 30 (4), 411–435. Click here for publication
  • Kulu, H. (2014) Marriage duration and divorce: the seven-year itch or a life-long itch? Demography, 51 (3), 881–893. Click here for publication
  • Kulu, H. and Washbrook, E. (2014) Residential context, migration and fertility in a modern urban society. Advances in Life Course Research, 21 (3), 168–182. Click here for publication
  • Lambie-Mumford, H., Green, M. A. (2015) Austerity, welfare reform and the rising use of food banks by children in England and Wales. Area, in press. Click here for publication
  • Lloyd, C. D. (2015) Assessing the spatial structure of population variables in England and Wales. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, 40 (1), 28–43. Click here for publication
  • Lloyd, C. D. (2015) Local cost surface models of distance decay for the analysis of gridded population data. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society: Series A, 178 (1), 125–146. Click here for publication
  • Lloyd, C. D. (2016) Spatial scale and small area statistics for England and Wales. International Journal of Geographical Information Science, in press.
  • Lloyd, C. D. and Firoozi Nejad, B. (2014) Surface models and the spatial structure of population variables: exploring smoothing effects using Northern Ireland grid square data. Computers, Environment and Urban Systems, 48, 64–72. Click here for publication
  • Milewski, N. and Kulu, H. (2014) Mixed marriages in Germany: a high risk of divorce for immigrant-native couples. European Journal of Population, 30 (1), 89–113. Click here for publication
  • Morrissey, K., Clarke, G., Williamson, P., Daly, A. and O’Donoghue, C. (2015) Mental illness in Ireland: simulating its geographical prevalence and the role of access to services, Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design, 42, 338-353. Click here for publication.
  • Morrissey, K., Williamson P. and Espuny-Pujol, F. (2015) A Multinomial Model for Comorbidity in England of Long-standing Cardiovascular Disease, Diabetes, and Obesity. Health and Social Care in the Community. Click here for publication
  • Riddlesden, D. and Singleton, A. (2014). Broadband speed equity: A new digital divide?. Applied Geography, 52, 25–33. Click here for publication
  • Sharpe, R.A., Bearman, N., Thornton, C.R., Husk, K. and Osborne, N.J. (2014) Indoor fungal diversity and asthma: A meta-analysis and systematic review of risk factors, Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology, 135, 110–122. Click here for publication
  • Singleton, A. and Brunsdon, C. (2014). Escaping the pushpin paradigm in geographic information science: (Re)presenting national crime data. Area, 46 (3), 294–304. Click here for publication
  • Singleton, A. (2015). Featured graphic: Transport mode choice and the commute to work. Environment and Planning A, 47 (7), 1401–1403. Click here for publication
  • Singleton, A. and Longley, P. (2015). The internal structure of Greater London: a comparison of national and regional geodemographic models. Geo, 2 (1), 69–87. Click here for publication
  • Spielman, S. and Singleton, A. (2015). Studying neighborhoods using uncertain data from the American Community Survey: A Contextual Approach. Annals of the Association of American Geographers, 105 (5), 1003–1025. Click here for publication
  • Stockdale, A. and Catney, G. (2014) A lifecourse perspective on urban – rural migration: the importance of the local context. Population, Space and Place, 20 (1), 83–98. Click here for publication
  • Tanton, R., Williamson, P. and Harding, A. (2014) Comparing two methods of reweighting a survey file to small area data, International Journal of Microsimulation, 7(1), 76-99.Click here for publication
  • Thiele, T., Singleton, A., Pope, D., and Stainstreet, D. (2014). Predicting students’ academic performance based on school and socio-demographic characteristics. Studies in Higher Education, In Press. Click here for publication
  • Wallace, M., Kulu, H. (2014) Low immigrant mortality in England and Wales: a data artefact? Social Science and Medicine 120, 100–109. Click here for publication
  • Wallace, M., Kulu, H. (2014) Migration and health in England and Scotland: a study of migrant selectivity and ‘Salmon Bias’. Population, Space and Place, 20 (8), 694–708. Click here for publication
  • Williamson, P. (2015) Small-area incomes: their spatial variability and the relative efficacy of proxy, geodemographic, imputed and model-based estimates. Applied Spatial Analysis and Policy, in press. Click here for publication.

Book chapters

  • Adnan, M., Singleton, A., Longley, P., and Turton, I. (2014) Parallel processing architectures of GPU: Applications in geocomputational geodemographics. In R. J. Abrahart and L. M. See (Eds.) Geocomputation. Second edition. Boca Raton: CRC Press. Click here for publication
  • Atkinson, P. M. and C. D. Lloyd (2014) Geostatistical models and spatial interpolation. In M. M. Fischer and P. Nijkamp (Eds.) Handbook of Regional Science. Berlin: Springer-Verlag, pp. 1461–1476. Click here for publication
  • Catney, G. (2015) Has neighbourhood ethnic residential segregation decreased? In S. Jivraj and L. Simpson (Eds.) Ethnic Identity and Inequalities in Britain: the Dynamics of Diversity. Bristol: Policy Press, pp. 109–121. Click here for publication
  • Catney, G (2014) ‘Religious’ concentration and health outcomes in Northern Ireland. In C. D. Lloyd, I. G. Shuttleworth and D. W. S. Wong (Eds.) Social-Spatial Segregation: Concepts, Processes and Outcomes. Bristol: Policy Press, pp. 335–362. Click here for publication
  • Finney, N., Catney, G. and Phillips, D. (2015) Ethnicity and internal migration. In D. P. Smith, N. Finney, K. Halfacree and N. Walford (Eds.) Internal Migration: Geographical Perspectives and Processes. Farnham: Ashgate, pp. 31–45. Click here for puiblication
  • Lloyd, C. D., Shuttleworth, I. G. and Catney, G. (2014) Measuring neighbourhood segregation using spatial interaction data. In C. D. Lloyd, I. G. Shuttleworth and D. W. S. Wong (Eds.) Social-Spatial Segregation: Concepts, Processes and Outcomes. Bristol: Policy Press, pp. 65–90. Click here for publication
  • Singleton, A. (2016) Cities and context: The codification of small areas through geodemographic classification. In R. Kitchin and S.-Y. Perng (Eds.) Code and the City. London: Routledge, in press. Click here for publication

Refereed reports

  • Catney, G. and Sabater, A. (2015) Ethnic Minority Disadvantage in the Labour Market: Participation, Skills and Geographical Inequalities. Joseph Rowntree Foundation Report. York: Joseph Rowntree Foundation. pp. 1–98 Click here for publication
  • Catney, G. and Sabater, A. (2015) Ethnic Minority Disadvantage in the Labour Market: Participation, Skills and Geographical Inequalities. Joseph Rowntree Foundation Summary Report. York: Joseph Rowntree Foundation. pp. 1–4 Click here for publication
  • Kulu, H., Hannemann, T., Pailhé, A., Neels, K., Rahnu, L., Puur, A., Krapf, S., González-Ferrer, A., Castro-Martin, T., Kraus, E., Bernardi, L., Guarin, A., Andersson, G. and Persson, L. (2015). A comparative study on fertility among the descendants of immigrants in Europe. FamiliesAndSocieties, Working Paper 40. 33 pp. Click here for publication
  • Kulu, H., Hannemann, T., Pailhé, A., Rahnu, L. , Puur, A., Krapf, S., González-Ferrer, A., Castro-Martin, T., Kraus, E., Bernardi, L., Guarin, A., Andersson, G. and Persson, L. (2015). Country-specific case studies on fertility among the descendants of immigrants. FamiliesAndSocieties, Working Paper 39. 171 pp. Click here for publication
  • Hannemann, T., Kulu, H., González-Ferrer, A., Pailhé, A., Rahnu, L. and Puur, A. (2014). A comparative study on partnership dynamics among immigrants and their descendants. FamiliesAndSocieties, Working Paper 14. 47 pp. Click here for publication
  • Kulu, H., Hannemann, T., González-Ferrer, A., Séiz, M., Castro-Martín, T., Martín-Garcia, T., Pailhé, A., Rahnu, L., Puur, A., Sakkeus, L., Klesment, M., Scott, K., Andersson, G., Obucina, O., Guarin, A. and Bernardi, L. 2014. Country-specific case studies on partnership dynamics among immigrants and their descendants. Working Paper 13. 186 pp. Click here for publication
  • Singleton, A., Dolega, L. (2014).The e-resilience of UK town centres.In:Evolving High Streets: Resilience and Reinvention - Perspectives from Social Science, eds. N. Wrigley and E. Brookes (University of Southampton) pp. 40-44. Click here for publication