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Alcock, K. (2000) Geography in the early years. In: UNSPECIFIED, ed. Issues in Geography Teaching. Issues in subject teaching. London: Routledge. pp. 258-270 ISBN 0415230772

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Barnes, J. (2000) Net value. Primary Geographer, 42. p. 15.

Bertolo, E. and Clay, S. (2006) Simulating environmental surveys using custom developed software. Planet, 17. pp. 42-43. ISSN 1473-1835.

Bruyelle, P. and Thomas, P. (1994) The impact of the Channel Tunnel on Nord-Pas-de-Calais. Applied Geography, 14 (1). pp. 87-104. ISSN 0143-6228.

Bull, C. J. (1999) New tourism environments: opportunities for sustainable tourism development in England’s community forests. In: RGS/IBG Conference, January 1999, University of Leicester.

Bull, C. J., Church, A., Ball, R. and Tyler, D. (1999) Public policy engagement with tourism. In: Symposium on British Tourism: The Geographical Research Frontier, organised by the RGS/IBG Limited Life Working Group on the Geography of British Tourism, September 1999, University of Exeter.

Butcher, J. (2001) Cultural baggage and cultural tourism. In: Butcher, B. J., ed. Innovations in Cultural Tourism. ATLAS. pp. 11-17 ISBN 9075775075

Butcher, J. (2008) Ecotourism as life politics. Journal of Sustainable Tourism, 16 (3). pp. 315-326. ISSN 0966-9582.

Butcher, J. (2008) ‘Ethical’ travel and well-being: reposing the issue. Tourism Recreation Research, 33 (2). pp. 219-222. ISSN 0250-8281.

Butcher, J. (2000) New tourism for old. In: North-South: Contrasts and Connections in Global Tourism, Proceedings of the Seventh ATLAS International Conference, July,2000, University of Joensun, Finland.

Butcher, J. (2017) Review of 'Making Sense of Tourism 1: The Beckoning Horizon. Halifax: Westwood Start by Alan Machin. Journal of Tourism Futures, 3 (1). pp. 79-80. ISSN 2055-5911.

Butcher, J. (1997) Sustainable development or development? In: Stabler, M., ed. Tourism and Sustainability: Principles to Practice. Wallingford: CAB International. pp. 27-38 ISBN 9780851991849

Butcher, J. (2002) Weighed down by ethical baggage. In: Jenkins, T., ed. Ethical Tourism: Who Benefits? Debating Matters. Hodder and Stoughton. pp. 59-74 ISBN 9780340857342

Butcher, J. (2016) What meaning for sustainability? The politics of ‘good development’. Journal of Policy Research in Tourism, Leisure and Events. pp. 216-218. ISSN 1940-7963.

Butcher, J. (2017) The morality of mass tourism. In: Harrison, D. and Sharpley, R., eds. Mass Tourism in a Small World. Wallingford: CABI. ISBN 9781780648545

Butcher, J. (2008) The myth of agency through community participation in ecotourism. In: Burns, P. and Novelli, M., eds. Tourism Development: Growth, Myths and Inequalities. Wallingford: CABI. pp. 11-27 ISBN 9781845934255

Butcher, J. (2003) Elend als Urlaubs-Ziel. Der Freitag. ISSN 0945-2095.

Butcher, J. (2003) Ökotourismus - Elend als (Urlaubs-)Ziel. Novo Argumente, 64-5. pp. 68-69. ISSN 0942-7244.

Butler, C. (1999) Fair trade in tourism to protected areas – a case study of wildlife tourism to South Luangwa National Park, Zambia. In: Proceedings of the Fair Trade in Tourism Conference, June, 1999, University of North London.

Butler, C. (2000) Transmanche Tourism Facts. Maidstone: Kent County Council, Economic Development Unit: Comite Regional de Tourisme, Nord-pas de Calais.

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Charlton, W. and Beeley, B. (1993) Agriculture, land use and resource transformation in Malta. Tijdschrift voor Economische en Sociale Geografie, 84 (5). pp. 325-331. ISSN 0040-747X.

Church, A., Ball, R., Bull, C. J. and Tyler, D. (2000) Public policy engagement with British tourism: the national, local and the European Union. Tourism Geographies, 2 (3). ISSN 1461-6688.

Cornford, J., Richardson, R. and Sokol, M. (2008) TRANSFORM: state of the art review, synthesis and case studies (D1.5: WP1 Synthesis Report). Report. Bonn, Germany: TRANSFORM/Empirica.

Cornford, J., Richardson, R., Sokol, M., Marques, P. and Gillespie, A. (2006) Transformation of regional societies through ICTs: State(s) of the Art(s). Report. Bonn, Germany: TRANSFORM/Empirica.

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Davies, W.K.D and O'Donoghue, D. (1993) Economic diversification and group stability in an urban system: The Case of Canada, 1951–86. Urban Studies, 30 (7). pp. 1165-1186. ISSN 0042-0980.

Davis, M. (2017) Rethinking cold war cartography: destabilising the ontology of Soviet military city plans. In: 28th International Cartographic Conference, 2-7 Jul 2017, Washington DC, USA.

Davis, M. (2016) Review of 'Mapping the Cold War: cartography and the framing of America's international power' by Timothy Barney. IMCoS Journal, 144. pp. 58-59.

Davis, M. (2017) Review of War Map: Pictorial Conflict Maps 1900–1950. By Philip Curtis and Jakob Søndergård Pedersen. Imago Mundi: The International Journal for the History of Cartography, 69 (2). pp. 267-268. ISSN 0308-5694.

Davis, M. (2015) Soviet military city plans - a summary of analyses, holdings and recent work. In: Soviet Cartography Seminar, 10th January, 2015, Canterbury Christ Church University, UK.

Davis, M. (2016) Soviet military mapping of the world: an introduction. In: 2016 Geography Research Seminar Series, Canterbury Christ Church University, Canterbury, UK.

Davis, M. and Kent, A. J. (2018) Identifying metadata on Soviet military maps: an illustrated guide. In: Altić, M., Demhardt, I. and Vervust, S., eds. Dissemination of Cartographic Knowledge. New York: Springer. pp. 301-313 ISBN 9783319615141

Davis, M. and Kent, A. J. (2015) Soviet military mapping of the UK and contemporary Ordnance Survey mapping: a comparative analysis. In: 26th International Conference on the History of Cartography, 12th-17th July, 2015, Antwerp, Belgium.

Dicker, M. (2016) The impact of agricultural change and farming practices on farmland trees and hedgerows as a landscape and ecological resource, with specific focus on Kent. M.Sc. thesis, Canterbury Christ Church University.

Dussart, G., Minier, C., Maltret, T. and Monsinjon, T. (2009) Risk analysis associated with endrocrine disruption in the Manche regions. Report. EU Framework.

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Eastwood, P. (1999) Spatial modelling of habitat suitability for the sole (solea solea L.) in the Dover Strait, Southern North Sea and Eastern English Channel. In: Coastal and Estuarine Issues in Kent: the research agenda, July, 1999.

Egeraat, C. and Sokol, M. (2005) Commuting flows and business services connections in the Dublin City region - quantitative analysis. In: Annual Conference of Irish Geographers, 6 - 8 May 2005, National University of Ireland, Galway, Ireland.

Egeraat, C. and Sokol, M. (2005) Polycentricity in the Dublin mega-city region: a quantitative analysis of service firm connections. Working Paper. Dublin, Ireland: Urban Institute Ireland, University College, Dublin, Ireland.

Egeraat, C. and Sokol, M. (2006) Service firm connections in the Dublin-Belfast corridor. In: Yarwood, J., ed. The Dublin-Belfast Development Corridor: Ireland’s Mega-City Region? Farnham, UK: Ashgate Publishing. pp. 141-162 ISBN 9780754647027

Egeraat, C., Sokol, M. and Stafford, P. (2009) Greater Dublin in the Celtic Tiger economy: towards a polycentric mega-city region? In: Hall, P. and Pain, K., eds. The Polycentric Metropolis: Learning from Mega-City Regions in Europe. London: Earthscan. pp. 187-194 ISBN 9781844077472

Egeraat, C., Sokol, M. and Yarwood, J. (2005) POLYNET action 1.2: quantitative analysis of service business connections, Greater Dublin. Report. Dublin, Ireland: Institute of Community Studies/Young Foundation and Polynet Partners. (Unpublished)

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Goodenough, R. (1993) Extractive industries in the USA. In: UNSPECIFIED, ed. The USA and Canada. 2nd ed. Regional Surveys of the World. London: Europa Publications. ISBN 0946653933

Goodenough, R. (1992) Room to grow? Farmland conservation in California. Land Use Policy, 9 (1). pp. 21-35. ISSN 0264-8377.

Goodenough, R. (1992) The nature and implications of recent population growth in California. Geography, 76. pp. 123-133. ISSN 0016-7487.

Grant, K., Stokes, C. and Evans, I. (2009) Identification and characteristics of surge-type glaciers on Novaya Zemlya, Russian Arctic. In: International Glaciological Society (IGS) International Symposium on Glaciology in the International Polar Year (IPY), 27th-31st July 2009, Newcastle.

Grant, K., Stokes, C. and Evans, I. (2009) Identification and characteristics of surge-type glaciers on Novaya Zemlya, Russian Arctic. In: School of Human and Environmental Sciences (SHES) Research Students' Conference, 2009, University of Reading.

Grant, K., Stokes, C. and Shahgedanova, M. (2008) Recent changes in glacier extent and links to 20th Century climatic variability on Novaya Zemlya, Russian Arctic. In: School of Human and Environmental Sciences (SHES) Research Students' Conference, 2008, University of Reading.

Grant, K., Stokes, C. and Shahgedanova, M. (2008) Recent changes in glacier extent and links to 20th century climatic variability on Novaya Zemlya, Russian Arctic. In: International Glaciological Society (IGS) British Branch Annual Meeting, 8th-9th September 2008, Swansea University.

Green, C., Coope, G., Jones, R., Keen, D., Bowen, D., Currant, A., Holyoak, D., Ivanovich, M., Robinson, J., Rogerson, R. and Young, R. (1996) Pleistocene deposits at Stoke Goldington, in the valley of the Great Ouse, UK. Journal of Quaternary Science, 11 (1). pp. 59-87. ISSN 0267-8179.

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Harrington, V. and O'Donoghue, D. (1998) Rurality in England and Wales 1991: a replication and extension of the 1981 rurality index. Sociologia Ruralis, 38 (2). pp. 178-203. ISSN 0038-0199.

Harrington, V. and Scoffham, S. (1995) Children's attitudes to developing countries. Primary Geographer, 23. pp. 24-25. ISSN 0956-277x.

Haskell, J. (1999) Imagining historic towns in the next millennium: are they changing for the future or preserving the past? In: Royal Geographical Society/Institute of British Geographers Annual Conference, January, 1999, Leicester.

Hay, A. (1995) Concepts of equity, fairness and justice in geographical studies. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, 20 (4). pp. 500-508.

Hay, A. (1993) Equity and welfare in the geography of public transport provision. Journal of Transport Geography, 1 (2). pp. 95-101.

Hay, A. and Haywood, R. (1994) South Yorkshire's Supertram: construction problems of new urban infrastructure. Local Government Policy Making, 21 (3). pp. 42-46.

Hayler, S. (1999) Live entertainment at the seaside. Cultural Trends, 9 (34). pp. 61-98. ISSN 0954-8963.

Hills, J. (2017) Review of 'Making spatial decisions using GIS and Lidar: a Workbook'. The Cartographic Journal, 54 (2). pp. 189-190. ISSN 0008-7041.

Hughes, Gareth, Assis, J., Cornford, J., Gareis, K., Richardson, R. and Sokol, M. (2008) TRANSFORM: summary findings and policy recommendations. Report. TRANSFORM/Empirica.

Hughes, Gareth, Gareis, K., Assis, J., Cornford, J., Richardson, R. and Sokol, M. (2008) TRANSFORM: policy recommendations derived from the project's research findings. Report. Bonn, Germany: TRANSFORM/Empirica.

Hyde, M. (1993) Discover the Dominican Republic. 2nd ed. Heritage House. ISBN 978-1852150372.

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Kent, A. J. (2010) Helping Haiti: some reflections on contributing to a global disaster relief effort. Bulletin of the Society of Cartographers, 44 (1-2). pp. 39-45. ISSN 0036-1984.

Kent, A. J. (2015) Some reflections on judging maps. The Cartographic Journal, 52 (4). pp. 303-304. ISSN 0008-7041.

Kent, A. J. (2007) An analysis of the cartographic language of European state topographic maps: aesthetics, style, and identity. Ph.D. thesis, University of Kent/Canterbury Christ Church University.

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Lee, P. and Stuart, M. (1997) Making a video. Journal of Geography in Higher Education, 21 (1). pp. 127-134. ISSN 0309-8265.

Leigh, C., Weed, M. E., Bull, C. J., Hills, J. and Dowse, S. (2009) Executive summary of the economic flow analysis for the 2008 BUPA Great South Run in Portsmouth and Southsea. Report. NOVA International and Portsmouth City Council.

Long, T. (2009) Ever present absence: Spaces of the other in cinema. In: Nothing Happens, May 2009, Canterbury Christ Church University, Canterbury, Kent, UK.

Long, T. and Travis, C. (2009) Relay of Joy: Cybernetic assemblies; nonrepresentational theory and embodied media geographies. In: Royal Geographic Society International Conference, August 2009, Birmingham University, UK.

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Maxted, J. (2009) Africa and climate change. In: Medway Geography Conference, March 2009, Sir Joseph Williamson's Mathematical School, Rochester, Kent, UK.

Maxted, J. (2006) Exploitation of energy resources in Africa and the consequences for minority rights. Journal of Developing Societies, 22 (1). pp. 29-37. ISSN 0169-796X.

Maxted, J. (2010) Impacts of projected sea level rise on Kent. In: Medway Schools 6th Form Geography Conference, March 2010, Rochester.

Maxted, J. (2010) Modelling the diffusion of HIV/AIDS in the USA. In: Autumn Geography Conference, November 2010, Canterbury Christ Church University.

Maxted, J. and Harrison, N. (2007) Modelling pathways for the rapid transfer to, and adoption of, emergent renewable energy technologies in African cities. In: Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting, 17 - 21 April 2007, San Francisco, USA.

Maxted, J. and Zegeye, A. (1997) State disintegration and human rights in Africa. International Journal of Comparative Sociology, 38 (1-2). pp. 64-86. ISSN 0020-7152.

Meaden, G. (1999) Applications of GIS to fisheries management. In: Wright, D. J. and Bartlett, D. J., eds. Marine and coastal geographical information systems. Research Monographs in GIS. Abingdon, UK: Taylor and Francis. pp. 205-226 ISBN 9780748408702

Meaden, G. (2000) Data standards everywhere and not a one to share. In: EurOCEAN2000, August 2000, Hamburg, Germany.

Meaden, G. (2000) Fisheries electronic log-books: some implementation considerations. In: Future Coast 2000, June, 2000, Falmouth, Cornwall.

Meaden, G. (2004) Marine GIS and spatial analyses: current situation and prospects. Kaiyo Monthly, 36 (5). pp. 346-354. ISSN 0916-8575.

Meaden, G. (1996) Potential for geographical information systems (GIS) in fisheries management. In: Megrey, B. and Moksness, E., eds. Computers in Fisheries Research. London: Chapman and Hall. pp. 41-79 ISBN 9780412595509

Meaden, G. (2000) Spatial management of fisheries in an electronic era: challenges and prospects. In: Marine GIS Technology Conference, October, 2000, Providence, Rhode Island, USA.

Meaden, G. (1999) Use of a 3D hierarchical marine data structure. In: Oceanographic Biogeographical Information Systems Conference, November, 1999, Washington DC.

Meaden, G. and Do Chi, T. (1996) Geographical information systems: applications to marine fisheries. Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations Rome. ISBN 9251038295.

Meaden, G., Nishida, T. and Booth, A. (2000) Spatial tuna resources analyses using GIS (Geographical Information Systems): current situation and prospects. In: 51st Tuna Conference, May, 2000, San Diego, California, USA.

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O'Donoghue, D. (2009) Clusters within clusters. A multiscalar analysis of the clustering of economic activity in the British urban system. In: International Geographical Union Urban Commission Meeting, Aug 2009, Hyderabad, India.

O'Donoghue, D. (2002) Defining the elements of urban system change. In: Davies, W.K.D, ed. Monitoring Cities: International Perspectives. Calgary, Canada: International Geographical Union. pp. 269-294 ISBN 0 88953 259 1

O'Donoghue, D. (2010) Exploring the links between clusters and economic diversity in the British urban system: a multiscalar analysis. In: Regional Studies Association Workshop 'Urban Systems 2.0', Sept 2010, Delft, Netherlands.

O'Donoghue, D. (2016) Exploring the links between employment clusters and economic diversity in the British urban system. Modern Economy, 7. pp. 743-757. ISSN 2152-7245.

O'Donoghue, D. (1999) Foreign investment, globalisation and spatial change in Ireland. Discussion Paper. London, UK: Regional Studies Association.

O'Donoghue, D. (2011) In the shadow of a giant. Core-pepripheral contrasts in South East England. In: International Geographical Union Urban Commission Meeting, August 2011, Canterbury.

O'Donoghue, D. (2014) In the shadow of a giant: core-peripheral contrasts in south east England. In: O'Donoghue, D., ed. Urban Transformations: Centres, Peripheries and Systems. Farnham, Surrey: Ashgate. pp. 95-108 ISBN 9781409468516

O'Donoghue, D. (2004) Journeys to work. In: Killingray, D., ed. An Historical Atlas of Kent. Chichester, UK: Phillimore & Co. ISBN 1860772552

O'Donoghue, D. (2001) Labour markets. In: Michie, J., ed. Reader's Guide to the Social Sciences. London, UK: Fitzroy Dearborn (Routledge). pp. 899-900 ISBN 9781579580919

O'Donoghue, D. (2011) Occupational diversity and specialisation in the British urban system 2001. In: International Geographical Union Regional Conference, November 2011, Santiago, Chile.

O'Donoghue, D. (2014) Polish Migration and the Changing Irish Urban System: 2002-2011. In: International Geographical Union Urban Commission Meeting, August 2014, Poznan, Poland. (Unpublished)

O'Donoghue, D. (1999) Regional capitals and their labour markets. Discussion Paper. London, UK: Regional Studies Association.

O'Donoghue, D. (1995) Regional capitals and their labour markets. Regional Studies Association. pp. 39-43.

O'Donoghue, D. (2000) Some evidence for the convergence of employment structures in the British urban system from 1978 to 1991. Regional Studies, 34 (2). pp. 159-167. ISSN 0034-3404.

O'Donoghue, D., ed. (2014) Urban transformations: centres, peripheries and systems. Farnham, Surrey: Ashgate. ISBN 9781409468516.

O'Donoghue, D. (2016) What are globalizing cities? In: IGU Urban Commission Meeting 2016, 15th-20th August, 2016, East China Normal University, Shanghai. (Unpublished)

O'Donoghue, D. (2015) The factorial ecology of Dublin: 40 years of urban social change? In: IGU Urban Commission Meeting 2015, 9th-14th August, 2015, Dublin. (Unpublished)

O'Donoghue, D. (1999) The relationship between diversification and growth: some evidence from the British urban system 1978 to 1991. International Journal of Urban and Regional Research, 23 (3). pp. 549-566. ISSN 0309-1317.

O'Donoghue, D. and Hills, J. (2011) Innovation in the American urban system. In: IGU (International Georgraphical Union) Urban Commission, August 2011, Dortmund, Germany.

O'Donoghue, D. and Nistor, M. (2006) Canterbury Tales: continuity, change and conflict in the historic city of Canterbury. In: Gonzalez, R.L., ed. Urban Changes in Different Scales: Systems and Structures. Santiago de Compostela: Universidad de Santiago de Compostela. pp. 693-710 ISBN 9788497506397

O'Donoghue, D. and Townshend, I. (2005) Diversification, specialization, convergence and divergence of sectoral employment structures in the British urban system, 1991-2001. Regional Studies, 39 (5). pp. 585-601. ISSN 0034-3404.

Overall, S. (2016) Modern archaeology on an ancient coast. Royal Geographical Society.

Overall, S. (2017) Orcadian graffiti. Royal Geographical Society.

Overall, S. (2017) Reimagining place: creative walking, writing and reading. In: RC21 Leeds: Rethinking Urban Global Justice, 11-13 Sept 2017, University of Leeds. (Unpublished)

Overall, S. (2016) Walking backwards: psychogeographical approaches to heritage. In: CHAT2016: Rurality, 21-23 Oct 2016, University of the Highlands and Islands, Kirkwall, Orkney. (Unpublished)

Overall, S. (2016) Women Who Walk. In: Beyond the Centre: Faculty of Arts & Humanities, 8 June 2016, CCCU, Canterbury. (Unpublished)

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Page, S. (1992) Perspectives on the environmental impact of the Channel Tunnel on tourism in the 1990s. In: Cooper, C.P. and Lockwood, A., eds. Progress in Tourism, Recreation and Hospitality Management. London: Belhaven Press. pp. 82-102

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Rehak, S. and Sokol, M. (2007) Regional pathways towards the knowledge economy: experiences from Slovakia. In: Piech, K., ed. Knowledge and Innovation Processes in Central and East European Economies. Warsaw: The Knowledge and Innovation Institute. pp. 228-246 ISBN 9788360653036

Rochovská, A., Blazek, M. and Sokol, M. (2007) Adding quality to geography: on the importance of qualitative research in human geography. Geograficky Casopis (Geographical Journal), 59 (4). pp. 323-358.

Rohl, D. (2015) Place theory, genealogy, and the cultural biography of Roman monuments. In: Brindle, T., Allen, M., Durham, E. and Smith, Alex, eds. TRAC 2014: Proceedings of the Twenty-Fourth Theoretical Roman Archaeology Conference, Reading, 2014. Oxford: Oxbow. pp. 1-16 ISBN 9781785700026

Rozenblat, C. and O'Donoghue, D. (2016) The visionary of World and European cities. In: Knowles, R. and Rozenblat, C., eds. Sir Peter Hall: Pioneer in Regional Planning, Transport and Urban Geography. SpringerBriefs on Pioneers in Science and Practice (52). Switzerland: Springer. pp. 99-112 ISBN 978 3319280547

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Santomil, D. and O'Donoghue, D. (2016) Cathedrals in the digital age: a case study of Santiago de Compostela and Canterbury. Journal of Tourism and Hospitality Management, 4 (1). pp. 14-35. ISSN 2372-5125.

Scoffham, S. (1991) Bartholomew World Environment Atlas. Edinburgh: Bartholomew. ISBN 0003603105.

Scoffham, S. (2016) Cross curricular geography. Primary Geography, 91. pp. 28-29. ISSN 2046-0082.

Scoffham, S. (1992) From a local angle. Junior Education. pp. 28-29.

Scoffham, S. (1999) Geography. Key stage 2. Learning targets. Cheltenham: Stanley Thornes. ISBN 074873595X.

Scoffham, S. (2006) Longman school atlas. Harlow: Longman. ISBN 9781405822640.

Scoffham, S. (2017) Maps and atlases for schools. In: Kent, A. J. and Vujakovic, P., eds. Routledge Handbook of Mapping and Cartography. Routledge. p. 28 ISBN 9781138831025

Scoffham, S. (1993) Realms of fantasy. Junior Education.

Scoffham, S. (2015) Should children be learning about climate change? In: Sangster, M., ed. Challenging Perceptions in Primary Education: Exploring Issues in Practice. London: Bloomsbury. pp. 69-72 ISBN 9781472578372

Scoffham, S. (1993) Using maps from atlases at Key Stage 2. Geographical Association. ISBN 9780948512551.

Scoffham, S. (2017) Young children's ideas of different nations, peoples and cultures: a research perspective. In: Charney Manor Primary Geography Conference: Reflections on Primary Geography, 24th-26th February, 2017, Charney Manor, Charney Bassett, Oxfordshire.

Scoffham, S., Bridge, C. and Jewson, T. (1991) Enquirybase Geography. Book 1. School and Surroundings. Enquirybase geography. Basingstoke: Macmillan Education. ISBN 0333459261.

Scoffham, S., Bridge, C. and Jewson, T. (1991) Enquirybase Geography. Book 2. The Neighbourhood. Basingstoke: Macmillan Education. ISBN 033345927x.

Scoffham, S., Bridge, C. and Jewson, T. (1991) Enquirybase Geography. Book 3. World Issues. Enquirybase geography. Walton-on-Thames: Nelson. ISBN 0174385447.

Scoffham, S., Bridge, C. and Jewson, T. (1992) Geography Key Stage 1: Teacher's Resource Book. Blueprints. Cheltenham: Thornes. ISBN 0748713492.

Scoffham, S., Bridge, C. and Jewson, T. (1992) Geography Key Stage 2. Teacher's Resource Book. Blueprints. Cheltenham: Thornes. ISBN 0748713514.

Scoffham, S., Bridge, C. and Jewson, T. (1991) Keystart First Atlas. Glasgow: Collins-Longman Atlases. ISBN 0003603040.

Scoffham, S., Bridge, C. and Jewson, T., eds. (1991) Keystart World Atlas. Keystart atlas programme. Glasgow: Harper Collins. ISBN 058206614X.

Scoffham, S., Bridge, C. and Jewson, T. (1997) World watch (4) - pupil book 4: world issues. World Watch, 4. Harper Collins. ISBN 978000315473-3.

Scoffham, S., Bridge, C. and Jewson, T. (1994) World watch 1: the world around us. Pupil's book. Glasgow: Collins Educational. ISBN 000315470x.

Scoffham, S., Bridge, C. and Jewson, T. (1995) World watch 2: a world of movement. Teacher's guide. London: Collins Educational. ISBN 0003154750.

Scoffham, S., Bridge, C. and Jewson, T. (1993) World watch: themes pack. Collins Primary Geography. London: Collins Educational. ISBN 0003154653.

Scoffham, S., Bridge, C. and Jewson, T. (1993) World watch: themes pack - copymasters. Collins Primary Geography. London: Collins Educational. ISBN 0003154696.

Scoffham, S. and Dorman, P. (2007) Multiple perspectives, profound understandings. Primary Geographer, 64. pp. 31-33. ISSN 0956-277x.

Scoffham, S. and Jewson, T. (1993) Geography through fairy tales. Primary Geographer.

Scoffham, S. and Jewson, T. (1992) Geography through nursery rhymes. Primary Geographer.

Scoffham, S. and Jewson, T. (1994) Talking about photographs. Primary Geographer. p. 2. ISSN Geographical Association.

Scoffham, S. and Jewson, T. (1994) A glossary of terms for Key Stage 2 geography. Primary Geographer. p. 2.

Scoffham, S. and Thomas, S. (1994) Junior geography resource bank. Blueprints (Cheltenham, England). Cheltenham: Stanley Thornes. ISBN 0748717587.

Semenov, M. and Andreosso, B. (1994) Using the synthetic biproportional projector for the measurement of structual change in Ireland. Economic and Social Review, 25 (2).

Sherwood, K., Barrett, H. and Vujakovic, P. (1998) Rural change. Geography Review: A Level Resource Packs. Deddington, UK: Philip Allan. ISBN 0860032361.

Sokol, M. (2003) Building the knowledge-based economy in less-favoured regions: a critical appraisal. In: The Knowledge-Based Economy and Regional Economic Development: An International Perspective, 3-5 Oct 2003, Memorial University of Newfoundland, St John's, Newfoundland, Canada.

Sokol, M. (2007) Case study: Bratislava, Slovakia - Benchmarking and fostering transformative use of ICT in EU regions. Project Report. Queen Mary and Westfield College, University of London, UK.

Sokol, M. (2007) Case study: Kosice, Eastern Slovakia. Benchmarking and fostering transformative use of ICT in EU regions. Report. London, UK: Queen Mary and Westfield College, London, UK.

Sokol, M. (2004) City-regional governance: on conceptual issues. In: City Futures - An international conference on globalism and urban change, 8-10 July 2004, Chicago, USA.

Sokol, M. (2006) City-regions in the global knowledge economy. In: Yarwood, J., ed. The Dublin-Belfast Development Corridor: Ireland’s Mega-City Region? Farnham, UK: Ashgate Publishing. pp. 15-27 ISBN 9780754647027

Sokol, M. (2005) City-regions in the global knowledge economy (UII Working Paper Series). Working Paper. Dublin, Ireland: Urban Institute Ireland, University College, Dublin, Ireland.

Sokol, M. (2003) Contradictions at the heart of the 'New Europe': Problematising neo-liberal transition, Eastern enlargement and regional development. In: New Trends in the Geographical Organisation of Society: Integration and Differentiation within a Unifying Europe, 12-14 June 2003, Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic.

Sokol, M. (2005) Dublin: une region metropolitaine monocentrique? In: Institut d'amenagment et d'Urbanisme de la Region d'Ile-de-France, 21 June 2005, Paris, France.

Sokol, M. (2000) EU and Eastern enlargement: Western policy models for Central and Eastern Europe. In: Regional Studies Association International Conference: EU Regional Policy: Progress, Problems, and Prospects, 14-15 Sept 2000, Universite d'Aix-Marseille III, Aix-en-Provence, France.

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