Alice Mah
Alice Mah
Professor of Sociology, University of Warwick
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Industrial ruination, community, and place: Landscapes and legacies of urban decline
A Mah
University of Toronto Press, 2012
Port Cities and Global Legacies: Urban Identity, Waterfront Work, and Radicalism
A Mah
Palgrave Macmillan, 2014
Memory, uncertainty and industrial ruination: Walker Riverside, Newcastle upon Tyne
A Mah
International Journal of Urban and Regional Research 34 (2), 398-413, 2010
Devastation but also home: Place attachment in areas of industrial decline
A Mah
Home Cultures 6 (3), 287-310, 2009
Environmental justice in the age of big data: Challenging toxic blind spots of voice, speed, and expertise
A Mah
Environmental Sociology 3 (2), 122-133, 2017
Conceptualisations and meanings of ‘community’: the theory and operationalization of a contested concept
G Crow, A Mah
Report to the Arts and Humanities Research Council, 2012
Accumulated injuries of environmental injustice: Living and working with petrochemical pollution in Nanjing, China
A Mah, X Wang
Annals of the American Association of Geographers 109 (6), 1961-1977, 2019
The reflexive generation: Young professionals’ perspectives on work, career and gender
E Kelan, L Gratton, A Mah, L Walker
London Business School, 02-50, 2009
Gendered identification: Between idealization and admiration
EK Kelan, A Mah
British Journal of Management 25 (1), 91-101, 2014
Demolition for development: a critical analysis of official urban imaginaries in past and present UK cities
A Mah
Journal of Historical Sociology 25 (1), 151-176, 2012
The dereliction tourist: Ethical issues of conducting research in areas of industrial ruination
A Mah
Sociological Research Online 19 (4), 162-175, 2014
Future-Proofing Capitalism: The Paradox of the Circular Economy for Plastics
A Mah
Global Environmental Politics 21 (2), https://www.mitpressjournals.org/doi/pdf, 2021
Human rights and ethical reasoning: capabilities, conventions and spheres of public action
N Whiteside, A Mah
Sociology 46 (5), 921-935, 2012
Regional inequalities in benzene exposures across the European petrochemical industry: A Bayesian multilevel modelling approach
C Jephcote, A Mah
Environment international 132, 104812, 2019
Toxic truths: Environmental justice and citizen science in a post-truth age
T Davies, A Mah
Manchester University Press, 2020
A systematic review and meta-analysis of haematological malignancies in residents living near petrochemical facilities
C Jephcote, D Brown, T Verbeek, A Mah
Environmental Health 19 (1), 1-18, 2020
Ruination and post-industrial urban decline
A Mah
The SAGE handbook of the 21st century city, 201-212, 2017
Integration and isolation in the global petrochemical industry: A multiscalar corporate network analysis
T Verbeek, A Mah
Economic Geography 96 (4), 363-387, 2020
Research on environmental justice in China: Limitations and possibilities
A Mah, X Wang
Chinese Journal of Environmental Law 1 (2), 263-272, 2017
Dangerous cargo and uneven toxic risks: Petrochemicals in the port of New Orleans
A Mah
Cargomobilities, 149-162, 2015
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