Dr Kim McKee
Dr Kim McKee
University of Stirling
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Post-Foucauldian governmentality: What does it offer critical social policy analysis?
K McKee
Critical social policy 29 (3), 465-486, 2009
5522009
Young people, homeownership and future welfare
K McKee
Housing Studies 27 (6), 853-862, 2012
3092012
‘Generation rent’and the ability to ‘settle down’: economic and geographical variation in young people’s housing transitions
J Hoolachan, K McKee, T Moore, AM Soaita
Journal of Youth Studies 20 (1), 63-78, 2017
1682017
Empowering local communities? An international review of community land trusts
T Moore, K McKee
Housing Studies 27 (2), 280-290, 2012
1262012
Class, citizenship and regeneration: Glasgow and the Commonwealth Games 2014
G Mooney, K McKee, K Paton
Antipode 44 (4), 1470-1489, 2012
982012
Sceptical, disorderly and paradoxical subjects: Problematizing the “will to empower” in social housing governance
K McKee
Housing, theory and society 28 (1), 1-18, 2011
892011
The paradox of tenant empowerment: regulatory and liberatory possibilities
K McKee, V Cooper
Housing, theory and society 25 (2), 132-146, 2008
852008
‘Generation rent’and the fallacy of choice
K McKee, T Moore, A Soaita, J Crawford
International Journal of Urban and Regional Research 41 (2), 318-333, 2017
842017
Housing policy in the UK: The importance of spatial nuance
K McKee, J Muir, T Moore
Housing Studies 32 (1), 60-72, 2017
712017
Creating sustainable communities through tenure-mix: the responsibilisation of marginal homeowners in Scotland
Z McIntyre, K McKee
GeoJournal 77 (2), 235-247, 2012
542012
Becoming a landlord: Strategies of property-based welfare in the private rental sector in Great Britain
AM Soaita, BA Searle, K McKee, T Moore
Housing Studies 32 (5), 613-637, 2017
532017
Online focus groups and qualitative research in the social sciences: their merits and limitations in a study of housing and youth
T Moore, K McKee, P McCoughlin
People, Place and Policy Onlin 9 (1), 17-28, 2015
512015
Governance and sustainability in Glasgow: connecting symbolic capital and housing consumption to regeneration
Z McIntyre, K McKee
Area 40 (4), 481-490, 2008
502008
Hysteresis: understanding the housing aspirations gap
J Crawford, K McKee
Sociology 52 (1), 182-197, 2018
482018
Transforming Scotland's public-sector housing through community ownership: The reterritorialisation of housing governance?
K McKee
Space and Polity 12 (2), 183-196, 2008
472008
Community Ownership in Glasgow: the devolution of ownership and control, or a centralizing process?
K McKee
European Journal of Housing Policy 7 (3), 319-336, 2007
462007
Inter-generational housing inequalities:‘Baby Boomers’ versus the ‘Millennials’
J Hoolachan, K McKee
Urban Studies 56 (1), 210-225, 2019
452019
The ‘responsible’tenant and the problem of apathy
K McKee
Social policy and Society 8 (1), 25-36, 2009
452009
The Ownership of Assets by Place-based Community Organisations: political rationales, geographies of social impact and future research agendas
T Moore, K McKee
Social Policy and Society (First View), 2013
392013
An introduction to the special issue–The big society, localism and housing policy: Recasting state–citizen relations in an age of austerity
K McKee
Housing, Theory and Society 32 (1), 1-8, 2015
352015
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