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Birnie, Jacky; Madge, Clare; Pain, Rachel; Raghuram, Parvati and Rose, Gillian (2005). Working a fraction and making a fraction work: a rough guide for geographers in the academy. Area, 37(3) pp. 251–259.

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Degen, Monica; Rose, Gillian and Basdas, Begum (2010). Bodies and everyday practices in designed urban environments. Science Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal for Science and Technology Studies, 23(2) pp. 60–76.

Degen, Monica; DeSilvey, Caitlin and Rose, Gillian (2008). Experiencing visualities in designed urban environments: learning from Milton Keynes. Environment and Planning A, 40(8) pp. 1901–1920.

Dorrian, Mark and Rose, Gillian eds. (2003). Deterritorialisations: Revisioning Landscape and Politics. London, UK: Black Dog Publishing.

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Merriman, Peter; Revill, George; Cresswell, Tim; Lorimer, Hayden; Matless, David; Rose, Gillian and Wylie, John (2008). Landscape, mobility, practice. Social & Cultural Geography, 9(2) pp. 191–212.

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Pile, S. and Rose, G. (1992). All or nothing? Politics and critique in the modernism - postmodernism debate. Environment and Planning D: Society and Space, 10(2) pp. 123–136.

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Rose, Gillian (2017). Screening smart cities: managing data, views and vertigo. In: Hesselberth, Pepita and Poulaki, Maria eds. Compact Cinematics: The Moving Image in the Age of Bit-Sized Media. London: Bloomsbury Academic, pp. 177–184.

Rose, Gillian; Degen, Monica and Melhuish, Clare (2016). Looking at digital visualizations of urban redevelopment projects: dimming the scintillating glow of unwork. In: Jordan, Shirley and Lindner, Christoph eds. Cities Interrupted: Visual Culture and Urban Space. London: Bloomsbury, pp. 105–120.

Rose, Gillian (2016). Cultural geography going viral. Social & Cultural Geography, 17(6) pp. 763–767.

Rose, Gillian (2014). How digital technologies do family snaps, only better. In: Larsen, Jonas and Sandbye, Metter eds. Digital Snaps: The New Face of Photography. London: IB Tauris, pp. 67–86.

Rose, Gillian (2012). The question of method: practice, reflexivity and critique in visual culture studies. In: Heywood, Ian and Sandywell, Barry eds. The Handbook of Visual Culture. London: Berg, pp. 542–558.

Rose, Gillian (2011). Photography and its circulations. In: Daniels, Stephen; DeLyser, Dydia; Entrikin, J. Nicholas and Richardson, Doug eds. Envisioning Landscapes, Making Worlds: Geography and the Humanities. London: Routledge, pp. 287–292.

Rose, Gillian (2010). Doing Family Photography: The Domestic, The Public and The Politics of Sentiment. Rematerialising Cultural Geography. Kent, UK: Ashgate.

Rose, Gillian; Degen, Monica and Basdas, Begum (2010). More on ‘big things’: building events and feelings. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, 35(3) pp. 334–349.

Rose, Gillian (2006). Visual methodologies. In: Griffin, Gabrielle ed. Research Methods for English Studies. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, pp. 67–90.

Rose, G. (2006). You just have to make a conscious effort to keep snapping away I think': A case study of family photos, mothering and familial space. In: Wiedmer, Caroline and Hardy, Sarah eds. Motherhood and Space: Configurations of the Maternal Through Politics, Home, and the Body. Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 221–240.

Rose, Gillian (2003). Family photographs and domestic spacings: a case study. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, 28(1) pp. 5–18.

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Valdez Juarez, Miguel; Wigley, Edward; Zanetti, Olly and Rose, Gillian (2020). Learning lessons for avoiding the inadvertent exclusion of communities from smart city projects. In: Aurigi, Alessandro and Odendaal, Nancy eds. Shaping Smart for Better Cities - Rethinking and Shaping Relationships Between Urban Space and Digital Technologies. London: Academic Press, pp. 221–237.


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