Lynda Cheshire
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Contemporary strategies for rural community development in Australia: a governmentality perspective
L Herbert-Cheshire
Journal of Rural Studies 16 (2), 203-215, 2000
3382000
From risky to responsible: expert knowledge and the governing of community-led rural development
L Herbert-Cheshire, V Higgins
Journal of Rural Studies 20 (3), 289-302, 2004
1972004
A corporate responsibility? The constitution of fly-in, fly-out mining companies as governance partners in remote, mine-affected localities
L Cheshire
Journal of rural studies 26 (1), 12-20, 2010
1492010
Neoliberalism, individualisation and community: Regional restructuring in Australia
L Cheshire, G Lawrence
Social Identities 11 (5), 435-445, 2005
1322005
Governing rural development: Discourses and practices of self-help in Australian rural policy
L Cheshire
Ashgate Publishing, Ltd., 2006
1292006
Translating policy: power and action in Australia's country towns
L Herbert‐Cheshire
Sociologia Ruralis 43 (4), 454-473, 2003
1182003
Qualitative researchers’ understandings of their practice and the implications for data archiving and sharing
A Broom, L Cheshire, M Emmison
Sociology 43 (6), 1163-1180, 2009
1062009
Social interaction and sense of community in a master planned community
T Rosenblatt, L Cheshire, G Lawrence
Housing, theory and society 26 (2), 122-142, 2009
1062009
The politics of housing consumption: Renters as flawed consumers on a master planned estate
L Cheshire, P Walters, T Rosenblatt
Urban Studies 47 (12), 2597-2614, 2010
852010
Decoupling farm, farming and place: Recombinant attachments of globally engaged family farmers
L Cheshire, C Meurk, M Woods
Journal of Rural Studies 30, 64-74, 2013
802013
Reconfiguring rural resource governance: the legacy of neo-liberalism in Australia
S Lockie, G Lawrence, L Cheshire
Handbook of rural studies, 29-43, 2006
742006
Community resilience, social capital and territorial governance
L Cheshire, JE Pérez, M Shucksmith
Ager: Revista de estudios sobre despoblación y desarrollo rural= Journal of …, 2015
712015
The environmental enigma: why do producers professing stewardship continue to practice poor natural resource management?
G Lawrence, CA Richards, L Cheshire
Journal of Environmental Policy & Planning 6 (3-4), 251-270, 2004
682004
Examining corporate-sector involvement in the governance of selected mining-intensive regions in Australia
L Cheshire, JA Everingham, C Pattenden
Australian Geographer 42 (2), 123-138, 2011
572011
Governing the impacts of mining and the impacts of mining governance: Challenges for rural and regional local governments in Australia
L Cheshire, JA Everingham, G Lawrence
Journal of Rural Studies 36, 330-339, 2014
562014
Globally engaged farmers as transnational actors: Navigating the landscape of agri-food globalization
L Cheshire, M Woods
Geoforum 44, 232-242, 2013
482013
Regional renaissance? New forms of governance in nonmetropolitan Australia
JA Everingham, L Cheshire, G Lawrence
Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy 24 (1), 139-155, 2006
472006
The governmentality of master planning: housing consumption, aesthetics and community on a new estate
LA Cheshire, T Rosenblatt, G Lawrence, P Walters
Housing Studies 24 (5), 653-667, 2009
452009
Privatisation, security and community: how master planned estates are changing suburban Australia
L Cheshire, P Walters, R Wickes
Urban policy and research 28 (4), 359-373, 2010
382010
Addressing concentrations of disadvantage in urban Australia
H Pawson, K Hulse, L Cheshire
Final Report, 2015
352015
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