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Gopinath, Manik (2018). Thinking about later life: insights from the Capability Approach. Ageing International (In Press). filefilefile


Peace, Sheila; Gopinath, Manik and Holland, Caroline (2017). Meanings of home for older couples and spouse caregivers. In: Home futures: towards a critical feminist geography of housing, ageing and health, Royal Geographical Society with the Institute of British Geographers.


Deepak Gopinath, Manik; Entwistle, Vikki; Illsley, Barbara and Kelly, Tim (2016). The significance of bodily impairments in place and wellbeing relationships – insights from a qualitative study of older people living in Scotland. In: Communities in Later Life: Engaging with Diversity, British Society of Gerontology.


Gopinath, Manik; Illsley, Barbara; Kelly, Mothy and Entwistle, Vikki (2015). Moving residence to secure valued capabilities: insights from a qualitative study of relationships between place & wellbeing among older people living in Scotland. In: "Capabilities on the move: mobility and aspirations" - HDCA Conference 2015, 10-13 Sep 2015, Georgetown University, Washington DC, USA.

Deepak Gopinath, Manik (2015). Exploring Older Peoples’ Experiences Of Place And Wellbeing: A Qualitative Study. PhD thesis University of Dundee.


Deepak Gopinath, Manik (2011). [Book Review] Anthony Alexander Britain’s New Towns: Garden Cities to Sustainable Communities. Abingdon: Routledge, 2009. Planning Practice and Research, 26(4) pp. 509–511.


Gopinath, Deepak and Gopinath, Manik D. (2008). Construction of environmental knowledge: experiences from India. Journal of Sustainable Development, 1(1) pp. 2–8. file

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