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Emeritus Professor Robert Hollands
Beyond the Neoliberal Creative City; Critique and Alternatives in the Urban Cultural Economy2023
Emeritus Professor Robert Hollands
Will the real smart city please stand up? Intelligent, progressive or entrepreneurial?2020
Emeritus Professor Robert Hollands
Alternative creative spaces and neo-liberal urban transformations: Lessons and dilemmas from three European case studies2019
Emeritus Professor Robert Hollands
Creative Dark Matter Rising?: Struggling Over the Future of Alternative Cultural Spaces in the City of Geneva2018
Emeritus Professor Robert Hollands
'Loving Your Work': Engagement, Impact, and the Prague Fringe, Issue 46, July 5th2017
Emeritus Professor Robert Hollands
Urban cultural movements and the night: Struggling for the 'right to the creative (party) city' in Geneva2017
Emeritus Professor Robert Hollands
'Beyond the corporate smart city?: Glimpses of other possibilities of smartness'2016
Emeritus Professor Robert Hollands
Book Review: Urban Subversion and the Creative City2016
Emeritus Professor Robert Hollands
Prague Fringe Audience Survey & Impact Report2016
Emeritus Professor Robert Hollands
Revisiting Urban Nightscapes: An academic and personal journey through 20 years of nightlife research2016
Emeritus Professor Robert Hollands
Understanding nightlife identities and divisions through the subculture/ post-subculture debate2016
Emeritus Professor Robert Hollands
Young adults and the night-time economy2016
Emeritus Professor Robert Hollands
Critical interventions into the corporate smart city2015
Emeritus Professor Robert Hollands
John Vail
Place Imprinting and the arts: A case of the Amber Collective2015
Emeritus Professor Robert Hollands
'Waiting for the weekend: Nightlife studies and the convergence of youth transition and youth cultural analyses'2015
Emeritus Professor Robert Hollands
Young Adults and the Night-Time Economy2014
John Vail
Emeritus Professor Robert Hollands
Creative Democracy and the Arts: the participatory democracy of the Amber Collective2013
John Vail
Emeritus Professor Robert Hollands
Rules for Cultural Radicals2013
Rowan Rheingans
Emeritus Professor Robert Hollands
'There is No Alternative?': Challenging Dominant Understandings of Youth Politics in Late Modernity Through a Case Study of the 2010 UK Student Occupation Movement2013
Emeritus Professor Robert Hollands
2011 Prague Fringe Festival Audience Survey2012
John Vail
Emeritus Professor Robert Hollands
Cultural Work and a Transformative Arts: The Dilemmas of the Amber Collective2012
Emeritus Professor Robert Hollands
John Vail
The art of social movement: Cultural opportunity, mobilisation, and framing in the early formation of the Amber Collective2012
Emeritus Professor Robert Hollands
Engaging and Alternative Cultural Tourism? The Case of the Prague Fringe Festival (PFF)2010
Dr Lee Monaghan
Emeritus Professor Robert Hollands
Dr Gary Pritchard
Obesity epidemic entreprenuers: Types. practices, interests2010
Emeritus Professor Robert Hollands
Cultural Workers of the World Unite, You’ve Nothing to Lose But Your Theatres: ‘Dny Neklidu’ (‘Days of Unrest’) and the Initiative for a Cultural Prague2009
Emeritus Professor Robert Hollands
Professor Liz Stanley
Rethinking ‘current crisis’ arguments: Gouldner and the legacy of critical sociology2009
Emeritus Professor Robert Hollands
Young Adults and the Night-time Economy2009
Emeritus Professor Robert Hollands
2007 Prague Fringe Festival Audience Survey Report2008
Emeritus Professor Robert Hollands
Szubkulturan es postsztszbkulturan tul? A virtualis psytrance esete2008
Emeritus Professor Robert Hollands
Will the Real Smart City Please Stand Up?: Intelligent, progressive or entrepreneurial?2008
Emeritus Professor Robert Hollands
Beyond subculture and post-subculture? The case of virtual psytrance2006
Emeritus Professor Robert Hollands
On the Fringe?: Tourism Trends and the Future of Cultural Festivals in the City of Prague2005
Emeritus Professor Robert Hollands
'rappin' on the reservation: Canadian Mohawk youth's hybrid cultural identities2004
Emeritus Professor Robert Hollands
Rappin' on the Reservation: Canadian Mohawk Youth's Hybrid Cultural Identities2004
Emeritus Professor Robert Hollands
Double Exposure: Exploring the Social and Political Relations of the Ethnographic Youth Research2003
Emeritus Professor Robert Hollands
Paul Chatterton
Producing nightlife in the new urban entertainment economy: Corporatization, branding and market segmentation2003
Emeritus Professor Robert Hollands
Paul Chatterton
Producing Nightlife in the New Urban Entertainment Economy: Corporisation, Branding and Market Segmentation2003
Emeritus Professor Robert Hollands
Towards a 'Cultural' Political Economy of Canadian Youth2003
Paul Chatterton
Emeritus Professor Robert Hollands
Urban Nightscapes : Youth Cultures, Pleasure Spaces and Corporate Power2003
Emeritus Professor Robert Hollands
Paul Chatterton
Changing Times for an Industrial City. Hard times, Hedonism and Corporate Power in Newcastle's Nightlife2002
Emeritus Professor Robert Hollands
Divisions in the Dark?: Youth Cultures, Transitions and Segmented Consumption Spaces in the Night-time Economy2002
Professor Elaine Campbell
Professor Robin Humphrey
Emeritus Professor Robert Hollands
Dr Frank Popham
Dr Susan Baines
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Interventions to Combat Youth Crime: An Evaluation of Pathway projects in Sunderland: Final Report2002
Paul Chatterton
Emeritus Professor Robert Hollands
Theorising urban playscapes: Producing, regulating and consuming youthful nightlife city spaces2002
Emeritus Professor Robert Hollands
Paul Chatterton
Changing our Toon: Youth, Nightlife and Urban Change in Newcastle2001
Professor Elaine Campbell
Emeritus Professor Robert Hollands
Jacqueline Morrison
Drugs prevention Programme for Vulnerable and At Risk Young People2001
Emeritus Professor Robert Hollands
Working at Play, Playing at Work: Youth Identities and the Debate and Work and Idleness2001
Emeritus Professor Robert Hollands
'Lager Louts, Tarts, and Hooligans': The Criminalization of Young Adults in a Study of Newcastle Night-Life2000
Emeritus Professor Robert Hollands
The Restructuring of Young Geordies' Employment, Household and Consumption Identities1999
Emeritus Professor Robert Hollands
Crap jobs, 'govy schemes' and 'Trainspotting': reassessing the youth, employment and idleness debate1998
Emeritus Professor Robert Hollands
As Identidades Juvenis e a Cidade1997
Emeritus Professor Robert Hollands
From Shipyards to Nightclubs: Restructuring Young Adults' Employment, Household and Consumption Identities in the North-East of England1996
Emeritus Professor Robert Hollands
The state, young people and youth training: In and against the training state - Mizen,P1996
Emeritus Professor Robert Hollands
Friday Night, Saturday Night: Youth Cultural Identification in the Post-Industrial City1995