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'Insiders' and/or'outsiders': positionality, theory and praxis
R Mohammad
Qualitative methodologies for geographers: Issues and debates, 101-117, 2001
Marginalisation, Islamism and the Production of the'Other's''Other'
R Mohammad
Gender, Place and Culture: A Journal of Feminist Geography 6 (3), 221-240, 1999
Spectacular urbanization amidst variegated geographies of globalization: Learning from Abu Dhabi's trajectory through the lives of South Asian men
R Mohammad, JD Sidaway
International Journal of Urban and Regional Research 36 (3), 606-627, 2012
Postcolonial migrations
SP Mains, M Gilmartin, D Cullen, R Mohammad, DP Tolia-Kelly, ...
Social & Cultural Geography 14 (2), 131-144, 2013
Making gender ma (r) king place: Youthful British Pakistani Muslim women's narratives of urban space
R Mohammad
Environment and Planning A 45 (8), 1802-1822, 2013
Negotiating spaces of the home, the education system and the labour market: The case of young, working-class, british-pakistani muslim women
R Mohammad
Guildford Press, 2005
Becoming a paid worker: Images and identity
S Bowlby, SL Evans, R Mohammad
Cool places: Geographies of youth cultures, 229-248, 1998
Phir Bhi Dil Hai Hindustani (Yet the Heart Remains Indian): Bollywood, the ‘Homeland’ Nation-State, and the Diaspora
R Mohammad
Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 25 (6), 1015-1040, 2007
Translating political geographies
JD Sidaway, T Bunnell, C Grundy-Warr, R Mohammad, BG Park, A Saito
Political Geography 23 (8), 1037-1049, 2004
Shards and stages: migrant lives, power, and space viewed from Doha, Qatar
R Mohammad, JD Sidaway
Annals of the American Association of Geographers 106 (6), 1397-1417, 2016
Transnational shift: marriage, home and belonging for British-Pakistani Muslim women
R Mohammad
Social & Cultural Geography 16 (6), 593-614, 2015
British Pakistani Muslim women: marking the body, marking the nation
R Mohammad
Wiley-Blackwell, 2004
The Cinderella complex–narrating Spanish women's history, the home and visions of equality: developing new margins
R Mohammad
Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 30 (2), 248-261, 2005
Reflections on affect: a meta-commentary occasioned by Pile (2010) and subsequent exchanges
R Mohammad, JD Sidaway
Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 37 (4), 655-657, 2012
Pakistan—an ungovernable space?
R Mohammad
Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 26 (4), 571-581, 2008
Bloodlands: Critical geographical responses to the 22 July 2011 events in Norway
V Bachmann, L Bialasiewicz, JD Sidaway, M Feldman, S Holgersen, ...
Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 30 (2), 191-206, 2012
Gender, space and labour market participation: The experiences of British Pakistani women
R Mohammad
Handbook of Employment and Society, 2010
Stalingrad in the Hindu Kush? AFPAK, crucibles and chains of terror
R Mohammad, JD Sidaway
Antipode 43 (2), 199-204, 2011
Fieldwork amid geographies of openness and closure
R Mohammad, JD Sidaway
Area 45 (4), 433-435, 2013
The workplace
S Bowlby, SL Evans, R Mohammad
Cool Places: Geographies of Youth Cultures, 229, 2005
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