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Dr Niall Cunningham
Professor Clare Bambra
A data linkage study of the effects of the Great Recession and austerity on antidepressant prescription usage2021
Dr Niall Cunningham
Professor Clare Bambra
A data linkage study of the effects of the Great Recession and austerity on antidepressant prescription usage2021
Professor Peter Hopkins
Professor Rachel Pain
Dr Robert Shaw
Quan Gao
Professor Alastair Bonnett
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Social Geographies: An Introduction2021
Dr Niall Cunningham
Trajectories in mental health and socio-spatial conditions in a time of economic recovery and austerity: a longitudinal study in England 2011-172021
Dr Niall Cunningham
Data2020
Dr Niall Cunningham
Statistics and Data2020
Dr Niall Cunningham
The politics of place: violence as a territorial marker2020
Dr Niall Cunningham
Professor Clare Bambra
Use of sequence analysis for classifying individual antidepressant trajectories to monitor population mental health2020
Dr Niall Cunningham
The Myth of Millionaire Tax Flight: How Place Still Matters for the Rich by Cristobal Young [Book review]2019
Dr Niall Cunningham
Everyday Europe: Social Transnationalism in an Unsettled Continent2019
Dr Niall Cunningham
Making and mapping Britain's 'new ordinary elite'2019
Dr Niall Cunningham
Emerging Cultural Capital in the City: Profiling London and Brussels2018
Dr Niall Cunningham
Exploring the Relationships Between Social, Economic and Health Factors and Nature-Based Solutions in European Cities2018
Dr Niall Cunningham
The Ghosts of Class: Space, Waste and Hope in the Ex-Industrial North2018
Dr Niall Cunningham
A Classless Society? Making Sense of Inequalities in the UK with the Great British Class Survey2017
Dr Niall Cunningham
An Anatomy of the British Economic "Elite"2017
Dr Niall Cunningham
An elite and intensifying city: New geographies of social class and inequality in contemporary London2017
Dr Niall Cunningham
Appendix: Mapping Ireland’s Changing Demography, 1834-20022017
Dr Niall Cunningham
The Inner Geographies of a Migrant Gateway: Mapping the Built Environment and the Dynamics of Caribbean Mobility in Manchester, 1951-20112016
Dr Niall Cunningham
'The judgement of God on an indolent and unself-reliant people'?: the impact of the Great Irish Famine on Ireland's religious demography2016
Dr Niall Cunningham
Why Inequality Matters: The Lessons of Brexit2016
Dr Niall Cunningham
'A sort of whirlwind': Mapping the Changing Geography of Presbyterian Religious Observance in Ireland2015
Dr Niall Cunningham
On Social Class, Anno 20142015
Dr Niall Cunningham
Social Class in the 21st Century2015
Dr Niall Cunningham
The secret garden? Elite metropolitan geographies in the contemporary UK2015
Dr Niall Cunningham
Hard to miss, easy to blame? Peacelines, interfaces and political deaths during the Belfast Troubles, 1969-20012014
Dr Niall Cunningham
No spatial watershed: religious geographies of Ireland pre-and post-Famine2014
Dr Niall Cunningham
'Troubled Geographies': An Historical GIS of Religion, Society and Conflict in Ireland Since the Great Famine2014
Dr Niall Cunningham
"The Integrity of Their Quarrel": A Spatial Analysis of Conflict Deaths during the Troubles in Belfast, 1969-20012013
Dr Niall Cunningham
'The doctrine of vicarious punishment’: space, religion and the Belfast Troubles of 1920-222013