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Book chapters

2016

Cameron J (2016) forthcoming. 'Focussing on the Focus Group', in I. Hay (ed.) Qualitative Research Methods in Human Geography, 4th ed. Oxford University Press, Toronto, Chapter 11

2015

Cameron J (2015) forthcoming. 'Enterprise Innovation and Economic Diversity in Community Supported Agriculture: Sustaining the Agricultural Commons', in Gibson-Graham JK, Roelvink G & St Martin K (eds) Making Other Worlds Possible: Performing Diverse Economies, University of Minnesota Press, Minneapolis, Chapter 2

Cameron J & Pekin R (2015) 'Food Connects' Gibson K, Rose D & Fincher R (eds) Manifesto for Living in the Anthropocene, Punctum, New York, Chapter 11, 71-6

Cameron J (2015) 'On Experimentation' in Gibson K, Rose D & Fincher R (eds) Manifesto for Living in the Anthropocene, Punctum, New York, Chapter 15, 99-102.

Dowling R, McGuirk PM and Bulkeley H (in press) Demonstrating retrofitting: perspectives from Australian local government, in M Hodson and S Marvin (eds) Retrofitting Cities: Priorities, Governance and Experimentation, Taylor & Francis, London

Gibson-Graham JK, Cameron J & Healy S (2015) forthcoming. 'Pursuing Happiness: The Politics of Surviving Well Together' in Nelson C, Pike D & Ledvinka G (eds), On Happiness: New Ideas for the Twenty-First Century, UWA Publishing, Perth, Australia, pp. 116-31.

Instone L, Mee K, Palmer J, Vaughan N and Williams M (2015) Climate change adaptation and the rental sector, In Applied Studies in Climate Adaptation: Australian Experiences. Editors: Palutikof S, Barnett J, Rissik D. 372-379. Wiley, Oxford

Instone L (2015) Risky attachments for the Anthropocene, in Gibson K, Rose D and Fincher R (eds) A manifesto for living in the Anthropocene. Punctum New York

2014

Askew L, Sherval M, McGuirk PM (2014) 'It's not just drought': Drought, rural change and more: perspectives from rural farming communities, in R Dufty-Jones R and J Connell (eds) Rural Change in Australia, Ashgate, 235-253

Cameron J & Hendriks S (2014) 'Narratives of social enterprise: Insights from Australian social enterprise practitioners', in H. Douglas & S. Grant (eds) Social Innovation, Social Entrepreneurship and Social Enterprise: Context and Theories, Tilde University Press, Australia (Subsidiary of Palgrave Macmillan), Chapter 17, 342-358.

Cameron J & Grant-Smith D (2014) 'Putting People in Planning: Participatory Democracy, Inclusion and Power', in Byrne J, Dodson J & Sipe N (eds) Australian Environmental Planning: Challenges and Future Prospects, Routledge, Oxford, UK, Chapter 16, 197-205

Hodge P, Wright S, Mozeley F (2014) More-than-Human Theorising – Inclusive Communities of Practice in Student Practice-Based Learning, in Jeroen Huisman, Malcolm Tight (ed.) Theory and Method in Higher Education Research II (International Perspectives on Higher Education Research, Volume 10), Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 83-102

O'Neill PM & McGuirk PM  (2014) in Stimson R (Ed) Handbook of Research Methods and Applications in Spatially Integrated Social Science, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, 177-192

Wright SL (2014) 'Food Sovereignty in Practice: A Study of Farmer-Led Sustainable Agriculture in the Philippines', Globalization and Food Sovereignty: Global and Local Change in the New Politics of Food, University of Toronto Press, Toronto 199-227

Wright SL (2014) 'Resistance', The SAGE Handbook of Human Geography, SAGE, London 705-726

2013

Hodge, P (2013) Progressive authoritarianism? The case of post-2006 Fiji, S. Schech (ed), Development Perspectives from the Antipodes, Routledge, London. Chapter 11

Lloyd K, Wright SL, Suchet-Pearson S, Burarrwanga L, Bawaka Country, (2013) 'Reframing Development through Collaboration: towards a relational ontology of connection in Bawaka, North East Arnhem Land', Development Perspectives from the Antipodes, Routledge, London

Murphy L & McGuirk PM (2013) Super-rich Irish property developers: their part in the rise and fall of the Celtic Tiger economy, in Hay I (ed) Geographies of the Super-Rich, Edward Elgar, 77-93

Suchet-Pearson S, Wright SL, Lloyd K, Burarrwanga L & Hodge P (2013) 'Footprints across the Beach: Beyond Researcher-Centered Methodologies', A Deeper Sense of Place: Stories and Journeys of Collaboration in Indigenous Research, Oregon State University Press, Corvallis, OR 21-40

Wright SL (2013) 'Emotional Geographies of Development', Development Perspectives from the Antipodes, Routledge, London

2012

Burarrwanga L, Ganambarr M, Ganambarr B, Suchet-Pearson S, Lloyd K & Wright SL (2012) 'Learning from indigenous conceptions of a connected world', Enough for all Forever: A Handbook for Learning from Sustainability, Common Ground, Illinois, USA 3-13

Burarrwanga L, Ganambarr R, Ganambarr-Stubbs M, Ganambarr B, Maymuru D & Wright SL et al (2012) 'They are not voiceless', 2013 Voiceless Anthology, Allen and Unwin, Crows Nest, NSW 22-39

Cameron J (2012) 'Take back the (food) economy: Lessons from the Hummingbird', in A. Hickey (ed.) A Guidebook of Alternative Nows. The Journal of Aesthetics and Protest Press, 89-96.

Dowling R & McGuirk PM (2012) Cities of Australia and the Pacific Islands, in S Brunn, M Hays Mitchell, and D Ziegler (eds) Cities of the World (5th Edn) Rowman and Littlefield, Landham MD, 523-557 (Revised and updated)

2011

Instone L and Mee KJ (2011) 'Companion Acts and companion species: boundary transgressions and the place of dogs in urban public space', in J Bull (Ed) Animal Movements - Moving Animals: essays on direction, velocity and agency in humanimal encounters. Uppsala: Crossroads of knowledge series at the Centre for Gender Research, University Printers, Uppsala

2010

Cameron J (2010) 'Focusing on the focus group', in I Hay (Ed) Qualitative Methods in Human Geography, 3rd Edn, University Press, Melbourne, pp. 152-72 (Revised and updated)

Gibson-Graham J.K. and Cameron J (2010) 'Community enterprises: Imagining and enacting alternatives to capitalism', in J Hillier and P Healy (Eds) Ashgate Research Companion to Planning Theory: Conceptual Challenges for Spatial Planning, Ashgate, UK, Chapter 10 (originally published in 2007, in Social Alternatives, 26(1) 20-25)

McGuirk PM & O'Neill P (2010) 'Using questionnaires in qualitative human geography', in I Hay (Ed) Qualitative Methods in Human Geography, 3rd Edn, University Press, Melbourne Oxford University Press, Melbourne, pp 191-216 (Revised and updated)