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Special Issue: Geographies of the urban night

Die Zeitschrift Urban Studies hat ein Special Issue unter dem Titel » Geographies of the urban night« veröffentlicht.

Die Sonderausgabe bündelt größtenteils bereits veröffentlichte Artikel und gibt einen guten Überblick über diverse Forschungsansätze im Kontext night-time economy vorwiegend aus dem angel-sächsischen Raum und den Niederlanden. Herausgeber sind Ilse van Liempt und Irina van Aalst von der Universität Utrecht sowie Tim Schwanen von der University of Oxford.

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Introduction

Ilse van Liempt, Irina van Aalst, and Tim Schwanen
Introduction: Geographies of the urban night
doi:10.1177/0042098014552933
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Changing meanings and experiences of urban darkness and nights

Tim Edensor
The gloomy city: Rethinking the relationship between light and dark
doi:10.1177/0042098013504009
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Jelle Brands,Tim Schwanen,and Irina van Aalst
Fear of crime and affective ambiguities in the night-time economy
doi:10.1177/0042098013505652
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The evolution of urban night-time economies

Robert Shaw
‘Alive after five’: Constructing the neoliberal night in Newcastle upon Tyne
doi:10.1177/0042098013504008
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Jérôme Tadié and Risa Permanadeli
Night and the city: Clubs, brothels and politics in Jakarta
doi:10.1177/0042098014537692
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The intensification of regulation

Ilse van Liempt
Safe nightlife collaborations: Multiple actors, conflicting interests and different power distributions
doi:10.1177/0042098013504010
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Jennie Middleton and Richard Yarwood
‘Christians, out here?’ Encountering Street-Pastors in the post-secular spaces of the UK’s night-time economy
doi:10.1177/0042098013513646
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Phil Hadfield and Fiona Measham
The outsourcing of control: Alcohol law enforcement, private-sector governance and the evening and night-time economy
doi:10.1177/0042098014554540
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Dynamics in practices of going out

Yolande Pottie-Sherman and Daniel Hiebert
Authenticity with a bang: Exploring suburban culture and migration through the new phenomenon of the Richmond Night Market
doi:10.1177/0042098013510954
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Ben Gallan
Night lives: Heterotopia, youth transitions and cultural infrastructure in the urban night
doi:10.1177/0042098013504007
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Marion Roberts
‘A big night out’: Young people’s drinking, social practice and spatial experience in the ‘liminoid’ zones of English night-time cities
doi:10.1177/0042098013504005
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Phil Hubbard and Rachela Colosi
Taking back the night? Gender and the contestation of sexual entertainment in England and Wales
doi:10.1177/0042098013504006
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Commentary

Phil Hadfield
The night-time city. Four modes of exclusion: Reflections on the Urban Studies special collection
doi:10.1177/0042098014552934
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