Jenny Preece
Jenny Preece
Research Associate, Urban Studies and Planning, University of Sheffield
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Immobility and insecure labour markets: An active response to precarious employment
J Preece
Urban Studies 55 (8), 1783-1799, 2018
Understanding changing housing aspirations: A review of the evidence
J Preece, J Crawford, K McKee, J Flint, D Robinson
Housing Studies 35 (1), 87-106, 2020
Examining the links between parents’ relationships with reading and shared reading with their pre-school children
R Levy, M Hall, J Preece
International Journal of Educational Psychology 7 (2), 123-150, 2018
Understanding the barriers and motivations to shared reading with young children: The role of enjoyment and feedback
J Preece, R Levy
Journal of Early Childhood Literacy 20 (4), 631-654, 2020
Belonging in working-class neighbourhoods: dis-identification, territorialisation and biographies of people and place
J Preece
Urban Studies 57 (4), 827-843, 2020
A methodological quest for systematic literature mapping
AM Soaita, B Serin, J Preece
International Journal of Housing Policy 20 (3), 320-343, 2020
Forms and mechanisms of exclusion in contemporary housing systems: an evidence review
J Preece, E Bimpson
Glasgow: CaCHE, University of Glasgow, 2019
The impact of welfare reforms on housing associations: A scoping study
P Hickman, B Pattison, J Preece
UK Collaborative Centre for Housing Evidence, 2018
The affordability of “affordable” housing in England: conditionality and exclusion in a context of welfare reform
J Preece, P Hickman, B Pattison
Housing Studies 35 (7), 1214-1238, 2020
“No-one would sleep if we didn’t have books!”: Understanding shared reading as family practice and family display
M Hall, R Levy, J Preece
Journal of Early Childhood Research 16 (4), 363-377, 2018
Housing insecurity and mental health in Wales
J Preece, E Bimpson
Living through continuous displacement: Resisting homeless identities and remaking precarious lives
J Preece, E Garratt, J Flaherty
Geoforum 116, 140-148, 2020
Urban rhythms in a small home: COVID-19 as a mechanism of exception
J Preece, K McKee, D Robinson, J Flint
Urban Studies, 2021
Forms and mechanisms of exclusion in contemporary housing systems: a scoping study
J Preece, E Bimpson, D Robinson, K McKee, J Flint
UK Collaborative Centre for Housing Evidence, 2020
Understanding housing aspirations and choices in changing contexts
J Preece
Residential mobility, work and belonging in low-income communities
J Preece
Sheffield Hallam University, 2015
Living in a small home: expectations, impression management, and compensatory practices
J Preece, K McKee, J Flint, D Robinson
Housing Studies, 1-21, 2021
Understanding the impacts of the UK ‘cladding scandal’: Leaseholders’ perspectives
W Martin, J Preece
People, Place and Policy 15 (1), 2021
Whose Housing Crisis? Assets and Homes in a Changing Economy/Housing in the United Kingdom: Whose Crisis?
J Preece
The Town Planning Review 91 (1), 94-97, 2020
Understanding social housing landlords’ approaches to tenant participation
P Hickman, J Preece
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