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Waste management in England and the 'circular economy' model (2020)
Journal Article
Gopinath, D. (2020). Waste management in England and the 'circular economy' model. Geography, 105(1), 39-46

By tracing the emergence of waste strategy in England, leading up to the most recent strategy launched in 2018, this article aims to aid the development of a shared understanding of what 'waste' means. It also looks at emerging and competing interpre... Read More about Waste management in England and the 'circular economy' model.

Attributes of leadership for planning resilient cities in the Global South (2019)
Presentation / Conference
Gopinath, D. (2019, September). Attributes of leadership for planning resilient cities in the Global South. Paper presented at UK Ireland Planning Research Conference, Liverpool, UK

This paper aims to advance a new approach to the intersections of place, resilience and leadership particularly within the context of rapidly urbanising cities in the Global South. More generally, we know that a leader could be characterised by key a... Read More about Attributes of leadership for planning resilient cities in the Global South.

Why a clearer green industrial policy matters for India: Reconciling growth, climate change and inequality (2016)
Journal Article
Gopinath, D. (2016). Why a clearer green industrial policy matters for India: Reconciling growth, climate change and inequality. Local Economy, 31(8), 830-835. https://doi.org/10.1177/0269094216675434

To ensure a healthy growth of the economy particularly in the manufacturing sector, the Indian Government is more than ever focussed on promoting the use of sustainable and affordable energy resources. Recent initiatives such as the Solar Cities Deve... Read More about Why a clearer green industrial policy matters for India: Reconciling growth, climate change and inequality.

The City is a Thinking Machine: Patrick Geddes and Cities in Evolution: Volume 4: The Talks (2016)
Book
Holm, L., Gopinath, D., Jarron, M., & McEwan, C. (2016). The City is a Thinking Machine: Patrick Geddes and Cities in Evolution: Volume 4: The Talks. University of Dundee

Volume 4 The Talks - documents the program of public lectures that contextualised the exhibition. The contributors were chosen because each – in different ways – has been an activist for change in the social and material environments of the city. Ged... Read More about The City is a Thinking Machine: Patrick Geddes and Cities in Evolution: Volume 4: The Talks.

The City is a Thinking Machine: Patrick Geddes and Cities in Evolution: Volume 3: The Geddes Institute (2016)
Book
Holm, L., Gopinath, D., Jarron, M., & McEwan, C. (2016). The City is a Thinking Machine: Patrick Geddes and Cities in Evolution: Volume 3: The Geddes Institute. University of Dundee

Volume 3 The Geddes Institute - reproduces the panels by the 8 affiliates of the Geddes Institute whose projects were included in the exhibition, plus the introductory panels that accompanied each project.

Enabling 'right to appropriation' and facilitating 'distributed cognition' in (re- ) production of urban spaces: A conceptual framework for creating learning environments for involving young people in future visioning of cities (2016)
Presentation / Conference
Gopinath, D. (2016, March). Enabling 'right to appropriation' and facilitating 'distributed cognition' in (re- ) production of urban spaces: A conceptual framework for creating learning environments for involving young people in future visioning of cities. Paper presented at AAG (Association of American Geographers) Conference 2016

Paper presented at the AAG (Association of American Geographers) Conference in San Francisco, 28 Mar – 02 Apr 2016.

‘Poverty’ and ‘place’ through the eyes of the poor: Outlining key strands of a conceptual framework, D-SPACE (2015)
Journal Article
Gopinath, D., & Nair, M. (2015). ‘Poverty’ and ‘place’ through the eyes of the poor: Outlining key strands of a conceptual framework, D-SPACE. Social Development Issues, 37(3), 1-21

In spite of a range of work on engaging with poverty, particularly in the Global South, the significance of the poor in conceptualizing and responding to the relationship between poverty and place seems to be downplayed. This article addresses this g... Read More about ‘Poverty’ and ‘place’ through the eyes of the poor: Outlining key strands of a conceptual framework, D-SPACE.

Recasting resilience beyond 'failure management': Lessons for planning our cities (2015)
Journal Article
Gopinath, D. (2015). Recasting resilience beyond 'failure management': Lessons for planning our cities. International Journal of Society Systems Science, 7(2), 127

Much recently, the term 'resilience' has generated considerable interest. But, it is rather hard to pin down what it means. Equally challenging is in knowing what the scope of resilience might be and how/whether such an understanding might help addre... Read More about Recasting resilience beyond 'failure management': Lessons for planning our cities.

Learning to be resilient by moving between ‘poor by chance’ to ‘not-so-poor by intent’ identities: Lessons from conversations with labor migrants in Southern India (2015)
Journal Article
Gopinath, D., & Nair, M. (2015). Learning to be resilient by moving between ‘poor by chance’ to ‘not-so-poor by intent’ identities: Lessons from conversations with labor migrants in Southern India. Social Development Issues, 37(1), 1-10

Through their engagement with the lives of labor migrants working on construction sites in southern India, the authors advance a critical understanding linking poverty, place, and migration. This article challenges conventional images of poverty asso... Read More about Learning to be resilient by moving between ‘poor by chance’ to ‘not-so-poor by intent’ identities: Lessons from conversations with labor migrants in Southern India.

Discourses and practices in teaching methods and assessment: Insights from an early career academic (2015)
Journal Article
Gopinath, D. (2015). Discourses and practices in teaching methods and assessment: Insights from an early career academic. SAGE Open, 5(1), https://doi.org/10.1177/2158244015573371

© The Author(s) 2015. Translating the purposes of education into practice is particularly challenging for those who are new or have recently entered academia. By reflecting on my first years of teaching in higher education, I discuss two key aspects... Read More about Discourses and practices in teaching methods and assessment: Insights from an early career academic.

Characterizing Indian Students Pursuing Global Higher Education: A Conceptual Framework of Pathways to Internationalization (2015)
Journal Article
Gopinath, D. (2015). Characterizing Indian Students Pursuing Global Higher Education: A Conceptual Framework of Pathways to Internationalization. Journal of Studies in International Education, 19(3), 283-305. https://doi.org/10.1177/1028315314563783

© 2014 European Association for International Education One might argue that an Indian student entering higher education is faced with a critical question—Where to study, in India or abroad? With a gross enrollment ratio of around 20% in the tertiary... Read More about Characterizing Indian Students Pursuing Global Higher Education: A Conceptual Framework of Pathways to Internationalization.

Re-thinking destitution in the UK: Typologies, spaces and transitions (2014)
Journal Article
Gopinath, D. (2014). Re-thinking destitution in the UK: Typologies, spaces and transitions. https://doi.org/10.1504/IJHRCS.2014.067881

Destitution, a severe form of poverty still persists in modern, industrialised nations such as the UK despite a robust, social security system in place. Increased use of food banks, inadequate housing provisions, etc., point to evidence that there ar... Read More about Re-thinking destitution in the UK: Typologies, spaces and transitions.

Shifting of the ontological-epistemological balance in contemporary research agendas: A critique (2014)
Journal Article
Gopinath, D. (2015). Shifting of the ontological-epistemological balance in contemporary research agendas: A critique. Quality and Quantity, 49(5), 1873-1882

With greater calls for public involvement, there are now claims of methodological shifts to ‘bottom-up’, ‘politically informed’ and ‘boundary-less’ approaches. This is not accurate as there is still predominantly an emphasis on epistemological consid... Read More about Shifting of the ontological-epistemological balance in contemporary research agendas: A critique.

Placing Poverty in Context: A Case Study (2014)
Journal Article
Gopinath, D., & Nair, M. (2014). Placing Poverty in Context: A Case Study. Poverty and Public Policy, 6(2), 135-156

The “poverty-in-context” approach to understanding poverty is shaped by the needs and priorities of a particular context, and it can be used as the basis for identifying pro-poor projects in local strategies such as City Development Plans. A key argu... Read More about Placing Poverty in Context: A Case Study.

Micro-enterprises as a tool to alleviate poverty among women headed household: Successful community based initiative (2014)
Presentation / Conference
Nair, M., & Gopinath, D. (2014, May). Micro-enterprises as a tool to alleviate poverty among women headed household: Successful community based initiative. Paper presented at 4th International Conference on Sociology and Social Work

Paper read at the 4th International Conference on Sociology and Social Work, May 19-20, 2014, in Los Angeles, CA, USA

Editorial – Special issue on planning and sustainability (2013)
Journal Article
Gopinath, D., Gazzola, P., & Jackson, T. (2013). Editorial – Special issue on planning and sustainability. International Journal of Society Systems Science, 5(3), 207-212

Guest Editors: Deepak Gopinath, Paola Gazzola, Tony Jackson

Dirigiste and smart growth approaches to urban sprawl: Lessons from Scotland and British Columbia (2012)
Journal Article
Jackson, T., Gopinath, D., & Curry, J. (2012). Dirigiste and smart growth approaches to urban sprawl: Lessons from Scotland and British Columbia. Journal of Transatlantic Studies, 10(1), 45-67. https://doi.org/10.1080/14794012.2012.651361

Two communities operating under diverse planning systems, St. Andrews in Scotland and Prince George in British Columbia (BC), provide case studies for examining how planning tools are used in these jurisdictions to address urban containment issues. T... Read More about Dirigiste and smart growth approaches to urban sprawl: Lessons from Scotland and British Columbia.