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    Watt, Paul (2020) Territorial stigmatisation and poor housing at a London ‘Sink Estate’. Social Inclusion 8 (1), pp. 20-33. ISSN 2183-2803.

    Watt, Paul (2018) Gendering the right to housing in the city: homeless female lone parents in post-Olympics, austerity East London. Cities 76 , pp. 43-51. ISSN 0264-2751.

    Gillespie, T. and Hardy, K. and Watt, Paul (2018) Austerity urbanism and Olympic counter-legacies: gendering, defending and expanding the urban commons in East London. Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 36 (5), pp. 812-830. ISSN 1472-3433.

    Watt, Paul (2018) ‘This Pain of Moving, Moving, Moving’: evictions, displacement and logics of expulsion in London. L’Année Sociologique 68 (1), pp. 67-100. ISSN 0066-2399.

    Watt, Paul (2016) A nomadic war machine in the metropolis: en/countering London’s 21st century housing crisis with Focus E15. City 20 (2), pp. 297-320. ISSN 1360-4813.

    Watt, Paul and Minton, A. (2016) London’s housing crisis and its activisms. City 20 (2), pp. 204-221. ISSN 1360-4813.

    Hodkinson, S. and Watt, Paul and Mooney, G. (2013) Introduction: neoliberal housing policy - time for a critical re-appraisal. Critical Social Policy 33 (1), pp. 3-16. ISSN 0261-0183.

    Watt, Paul (2013) "It's not for us": regeneration, the 2012 Olympics and the gentrification of East London. City 17 (1), pp. 99-118. ISSN 1360-4813.

    Watt, Paul (2012) Work-life mobility and stability: the employment histories of immigrant workers at a unionized Toronto hotel. Hospitality & Society 1 (2), pp. 117-136. ISSN 2042-7913.

    Watt, Paul (2010) Focus article: unravelling the narratives and politics of belonging to place. Housing, Theory and Society 27 (2), pp. 153-159. ISSN 1403-6096.

    Watt, Paul (2009) Living in an oasis: middle-class disaffiliation and selective belonging in an English suburb. Environment and Planning A 41 (12), pp. 2874-2892. ISSN 0308-518X.

    Gunter, A. and Watt, Paul (2009) Grafting, going to college and working on road: youth transitions and cultures in an east London neighbourhood. Journal of Youth Studies 12 (5), pp. 515-529. ISSN 1367-6261.

    Watt, Paul (2009) Housing stock transfers, regeneration and state-led gentrification in London. Urban Policy and Research 27 (3), pp. 229-242. ISSN 0811-1146.

    Watt, Paul and Simpson, L. and Beider, H. and Ozuekren, A.S. (2009) "Are you local?" A reply to Malcolm Harrison on the dilemmas of localist particularism. People, Place and Policy Online 3 (3), pp. 147-156. ISSN 1753-8041.

    Watt, Paul (2009) Comments on ‘New Contexts, New Challenges: Revisiting Equal Opportunities, Particularism, and Ethnic Relations’ by Malcolm Harrison. People, Place and Policy Online 3 (3), pp. 147-150. ISSN 1753-8041.

    Watt, Paul and Gifford, C. and Koster, S. and Clark, W. (2009) 'I felt really inspired by it, it was really interesting to interact with the pupils’: active citizenship in the British undergraduate social science curriculum. Greek Social Science Tribune. Special English Edition: From a National Identity to a European One 14 (55), pp. 153-173. ISSN 1105-1167.

    Watt, Paul (2009) Space, the city and social theory. International Journal of Urban and Regional Research 33 (3), pp. 880-881. ISSN 0309-1317.

    Watt, Paul (2008) 'Underclass' and 'ordinary people' discourses: representing/re-presenting council tenants in a housing campaign. Critical Discourse Studies 5 (4), pp. 345-357. ISSN 1740-5904.

    Watt, Paul (2008) The only class in town? gentrification and the middle-class colonization of the city and the urban imagination. International Journal of Urban and Regional Research 32 (1), pp. 206-211. ISSN 0309-1317.

    Watt, Paul (2007) 'I need people that are happy, always smiling': guest interaction and emotional labour in a Canadian downtown hotel. Just Labour: A Canadian Journal of Work and Society 10 , pp. 45-59.

    Gifford, C. and Watt, Paul and Clarke, Wayne and Koster, S. (2006) Negotiating participation and power in a school setting: the implementation of active citizenship within the undergraduate sociology curriculum. LATISS - Learning and Teaching in the Social Sciences 2 (3), pp. 175-190. ISSN 1740-5866.

    Watt, Paul (2006) Respectability, roughness and 'race': neighbourhood place images and the making of working-class social distinctions in London. International Journal of Urban and Regional Research 30 (4), pp. 776-797. ISSN 1468-2427.

    Watt, Paul (2005) Housing histories and fragmented middle-class careers: the case of marginal professionals in London council housing. Housing Studies 20 (3), pp. 359-381. ISSN 0267-3037.

    Watt, Paul (2003) Urban marginality and labour market restructuring: local authority tenants and employment in an inner London borough. Urban Studies 40 (9), pp. 1769-1789. ISSN 0042-0980.

    Cox, Rosie and Watt, Paul (2002) Globalization, polarization and the informal sector: the case of paid domestic workers in London. Area 34 (1), pp. 39-47. ISSN 0004-0894.

    Watt, Paul and Jacobs, K. (2000) Discourses of social exclusion: an analysis of bringing Britain together: a national strategy for neighbourhood renewal. Housing, Theory and Society 17 (1), pp. 14-26. ISSN 1403-6096.

    Book Section

    Cohen, Phil and Watt, Paul (2017) Conclusion: new directions in Olympic legacy research. In: Cohen, Phil and Watt, Paul (eds.) London 2012 and the Post-Olympics City: A Hollow Legacy? London, UK: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 445-453. ISBN 9781137489463.

    Cohen, Phil and Watt, Paul (2017) Introduction: A hollow crown - Understanding the Olympics in prospect and retrospect. In: Cohen, Phil and Watt, Paul (eds.) London 2012 and the Post-Olympics City: A Hollow Legacy? London, UK: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 1-24. ISBN 9781137489463.

    Watt, Paul and Bernstock, P. (2017) Legacy for whom? Housing in post-Olympic East London. In: Cohen, Phil and Watt, Paul (eds.) London 2012 and the Post-Olympics City: A Hollow Legacy? London, UK: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 91-138. ISBN 9781137489463.

    Cohen, Phil and Watt, Paul (2017) The Rio dossier: the exclusion games. In: Cohen, Phil and Watt, Paul (eds.) London 2012 and the Post-Olympics City: A Hollow Legacy? London, UK: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 385-405. ISBN 9781137489463.

    Watt, Paul (2017) Social housing and urban renewal: an introduction. In: Watt, Paul and Smets, P. (eds.) Social Housing and Urban Renewal: A Cross-National Perspective. Bingley, UK: Emerald Publishing, pp. 1-36. ISBN 9781787141254.

    Smets, P. and Watt, Paul (2017) Social housing and urban renewal: conclusion. In: Watt, Paul and Smets, P. (eds.) Social Housing and Urban Renewal: A Cross-National Perspective. Bingley, UK: Emerald Publishing, pp. 459-478. ISBN 9781787141254.

    Watt, Paul and Smets, P. (2014) Conclusion: mobilities and neighbourhood belonging in cities and suburbs. In: Watt, Paul and Smets, P. (eds.) Mobilities and Neighbourhood Belonging in Cities and Suburbs. Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 222-228. ISBN 9781137003621.

    Watt, Paul (2014) East London mobilities: the ‘Cockney Diaspora’ and the remaking of the Essex ethnoscape. In: Watt, Paul and Smets, P. (eds.) Mobilities and Neighbourhood Belonging in Cities and Suburbs. Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 121-144. ISBN 9781137003621.

    Watt, Paul and Smets, P. (2014) Introduction: mobilities and neighbourhood belonging in cities and suburbs. In: Watt, Paul and Smets, P. (eds.) Mobilities and Neighbourhood Belonging in Cities and Suburbs. Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 1-22. ISBN 9781137003621.

    Gunter, A. and Watt, Paul (2010) Grafting, going to college and working on road: youth transitions and cultures in an East London neighbourhood. In: MacDonald, R. and Shildrick, T. and Blackman, S. (eds.) Young People, Class and Place. London, UK: Routledge, pp. 515-529. ISBN 9780415567565.

    Watt, Paul (2008) Social housing and regeneration in London. In: Imrie, R. and Lees, L and Raco, M. (eds.) Regenerating London: Governance, Sustainability and Community in a Global City. Abingdon, UK: Routledge, pp. 212-236. ISBN 9780415433679.

    Watt, Paul (2008) Moving to a better place? Geographies of aspiration and anxiety in the Thames gateway. In: Cohen, P. and Rustin, M.J. (eds.) London’s Turning: The Making of Thames Gateway. Design and the Built Environment. Farnham, UK: Ashgate, pp. 149-168. ISBN 9780754670636.

    Watt, Paul and Gifford, C. and Koster, S. (2008) Working with schools: active citizenship for undergraduate social science students. In: UNSPECIFIED (ed.) University Life Uncovered: Making Sense of the Student Experience. Southampton, UK: Higher Education Academy Subject Centre for Social Policy and Social Work (SWAP). ISBN 9780854328901.

    Watt, Paul (2007) From the dirty city to the spoiled suburb. In: Campkin, B. and Cox, Rosie (eds.) Dirt: New Geographies of Cleanliness and Contamination. London, UK: I.B. Tauris. ISBN 9781780764177.

    Conference or Workshop Item

    Watt, Paul and Hodkinson, S. (2010) Beyond the fragments? anti-privatisation/anti-gentrification struggles in English urban areas. In: Housing Privatisation Conference, 2010, University of Leeds, Leeds, UK. (Unpublished)

    Watt, Paul (2010) Elective belonging and selective belonging in a London suburb. In: ISA World Congress of Sociology, 2010, Gothenburg.

    Watt, Paul (2010) Hands off our homes - again: anti-stock transfer campaigns in the ‘silent’ South East of England. In: Housing Privatisation Conference, 2010, University of Leeds, Leeds, UK. (Unpublished)

    Watt, Paul (2010) Living in an oasis: middle-class disaffiliation and selective belonging in an English suburb. In: Current Events Lectures in Sociology, Department of Sociology, VU university, Amsterdam. (Unpublished)

    Watt, Paul (2010) Place belonging in urban and suburban neighbourhoods. In: Georg Simmel Think & Drink Colloquium, 2010, Department of Sociology, Humboldt University, Berlin. (Unpublished)

    Watt, Paul (2010) Towards a model of neighbourhood belonging in urban and suburban settings. In: Seminar Series, 2010, Centre for Regional Economic and Social Research, Sheffield Hallam University. (Unpublished)

    Watt, Paul (2009) Anti-stock transfer campaigns in London and South East England: defending council housing and resisting gentrification. In: Royal Geographical Society Annual Conference, Royal Geographical Society Annual Conference, 2009, Manchester. (Unpublished)

    Watt, Paul (2009) Deconstructing the public housing ‘underclass’ discourse: a critical discourse analysis of an anti-stock transfer campaign. In: International Sociological Association ISA Housing Conference, 2009, Glasgow. (Unpublished)

    Millington, G. and Watt, Paul and Huq, R. (2009) From the backbone to the edge of the nation: 'race', class and the Cockney diaspora in suburban Essex. In: The Diverse Suburb Conference, 2009, Hofstra University, New York. (Unpublished)

    Watt, Paul (2009) From the centre to the margins of the nation: mobilities, whiteness and the Cockney diaspora in Essex. In: Diaspora Cities: Urban Mobility and Dwelling Conference, 2009, Queen Mary, University of London. (Unpublished)

    Watt, Paul (2009) Hands off our homes: a successful anti-stock transfer campaign in Buckinghamshire. In: Tenants Movement: A Hidden History Conference, 2009, Leeds. (Unpublished)

    Watt, Paul and Koster, S. (2009) Still wanting to change society? political activism and attitudes of social science students at a new university. In: Young People and Education Seminar, BSA Youth Study Group, 2009, University of Northumbria. (Unpublished)

    Book

    Cohen, Phil and Watt, Paul, eds. (2017) London 2012 and the post-Olympics city: a hollow legacy? London, UK: Palgrave Macmillan. ISBN 9781137489463.

    Watt, Paul and Smets, P., eds. (2017) Social housing and urban renewal: a cross-national perspective. Bingley: Emerald Publishing. ISBN 9781787141254.

    Watt, Paul and Smets, P., eds. (2014) Mobilities and neighbourhood belonging in cities and suburbs. Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan. ISBN 9781137003621.

    Butler, T. and Watt, Paul (2007) Understanding social inequality. Sage. ISBN 9780761963707.

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