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References that bring theoretical and political perspectives on community from
geography alongside studies which examine the efficacies and practices of
community arts and participatory arts with regard to collective action,
social capital and social cohesion.

Antonsich, M. (2011). Grounding Theories of Place and Globalisation.
Tijdschrift voor economische en sociale geografie, 102(3), 331¬345.

Carey, P. & Sutton, S. (2004) Community development through participatory
arts: Lessons learned from a community arts and regeneration project in
South Liverpool, Community Development Journal, 39: 2. 123¬134

Clark, A. (2009): From neighbourhood to network: a review of the
significance of neighbourhood in studies of social relations, Geography
Compass, 3 (4) , pp. 1559-1578

Clements, P. (2011). The Recuperation of Participatory Arts Practices.
International Journal of Art & Design Education, 30 (1), 18-30.

Easthope, H. (2004). A Place called Home. Housing, Theory and Society,
21(3), 128¬138.

Frazer, E. (1999) The Problem of Communitarian Politics. Unity and
conflict, Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Jermyn, H. (2001). The Arts and Social Exclusion: a review prepared for
the Arts Council of England. London: Arts Council of England.

Kay, A. (2000). Art and community development: the role the arts have in
regenerating communities. Community Development Journal, 35(4), 414-424.

Kelly, O. (1984) Community, art and the state: Storming the citadels.
London: Comedia,

Manzo, L. C., & Perkins, D. D. (2006). Finding Common Ground: The
importance of place attachment to community participation and planning.
Journal of Planning Literature, 20(4), 335¬350.

Massey, D. (1991a). A Global Sense of Place. Reading human geography,
35(6), 315¬323.

Massey, D. (1991b). A global sense of place. Marxism Today, 24¬29.

Massey, D. (1993). Power Geometry and a Progressive Sense of Place. In J.
Bird, B. Curtis, T. Putnam, G. Robertson, & L.

Tickner (Eds.), Mapping the futures, local culture, global change.
Routledge Publishers.

Massey, D. (1995a). Places and Their Pasts. History Workshop Journal, 39.

Massey, D. (1995b). The Conceptualisation of Place. In A place in the
world? places, cultures and globalisation. New York: Oxford University
Press.

Massey, D. (2004). Geographies of Responsibility. Geografiska Annaler,
86(1).

Massey, D. (2005). For Space. London: Sage Publishers.

Massey, D. (2006). The Geographical Mind. In Secondary geography
teachers¹ handbook. (pp. 46¬51). Sheffield,: UK Geographical Association.

Milligan, M. J. (1998). Interactional past and potential: The social
construction pf place attachment. Symbolic Interaction, 21(1), 1¬33.

Newman, T., Curtis, K., & Stephens, J. (2003). Do community-based arts
projects result in social gains? A review of the literature. Community
Development Journal, 38(4), 310-322.

Nicholls, W. (2009). Place, Networks, Space: Theorising the geographies
of social movements. Transactions of the Institute of British
Geographers, 34(1), 78¬93.

Panelli, R., & Welch, R. (2005). Why Community? Reading difference and
singularity with community. Environment and Planning A, 37(9), 1589.

Rose, G. (1995). Place Identity: A sense of place. In D. Massey & P. Jess
(Eds.), A place in the world? places, cultures and globalisation. Oxford:
Oxford University Press.

Rose, G. (1997) Spatialities of Œcommunity¹, power and change: The
imagined geographies of community arts projects, Cultural Studies, 11:1,
1-16

Rose, G. (1997b). Performing Inoperative Community: The space and the
resistance of some community arts projects. In Geographies of Resistance
(pp. 184¬202). New York: Routledge Publishers.

Scannell, L., & Gifford, R. (2010). Defining place attachment: A
tripartite organizing framework. Journal of Environmental Psychology,
30(1), 1¬10.

Secomb, L. (2000). Fractured Community. Hypatia, 15(2).

Silk, J. (1999). The Dynamic of Place, Identity and Community.
Environment and Planning A, 31, 5¬17.

Welch, R. V., & Panelli, R. (2007). Questioning Community as a Collective
Antidote to Fear: Jean-Luc Nancy¹s ³singularity² and ³being singular
plural.² Area, 39(3), 349¬356.

Wenger, E. (2000) Communities of Practice and Social Learning Systems,
Organization 2000 7: 225-246.

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