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Of course, trust is not the whole story: Narratives of dancing with a critical friend in social enterprise-public sector collaboration (2018)
Book Chapter
Seanor, P. (2018). Of course, trust is not the whole story: Narratives of dancing with a critical friend in social enterprise-public sector collaboration. In P. Dey, & C. Steyaert (Eds.), Social Entrepreneurship An affirmative critique, 159-181. Edward Elgar Publishing

The chapter questions the adequacy of academic narratives which frame trust in univocally positive terms by conceiving it as an essential lubricant in cooperative relations between social enterprises and government. Based on interviews with social en... Read More about Of course, trust is not the whole story: Narratives of dancing with a critical friend in social enterprise-public sector collaboration.

A space on the side of the road: Creating a space for a critical approach to entrepreneurship (2018)
Book Chapter
Seanor, P. (2018). A space on the side of the road: Creating a space for a critical approach to entrepreneurship. In K. Berglund, & K. Verduijn (Eds.), Revitalizing entrepreneurship education Adopting a critical approach in the classroom, (99-118). London and New York: Routledge

Stories of teaching a critical approach to entrepreneurship to undergraduates

In-between-ness: Filming Wanders and negotiating spaces in a ‘green’ city (2017)
Presentation / Conference
Seanor, P., & Dey, P. (2017, August). In-between-ness: Filming Wanders and negotiating spaces in a ‘green’ city. Paper presented at Stream 7: (What’s New in) Visual Ethnography

Abstract of an empirical study of 3 urban walks in Bristol. Our investigation uses participant films to document their conversations"on the move"

From A ‘to’ B – Where’s to?:
 Exploring the alternative spaces in-between in an entrepreneurial city (2015)
Presentation / Conference
Seanor, P., & Bodkin, C. (2015, July). From A ‘to’ B – Where’s to?:
 Exploring the alternative spaces in-between in an entrepreneurial city. Paper presented at 9th International Conference in Critical Management Studies: Is there an alternative? Management after critique

This paper is about the ‘inbetweeness’ as a means of creating and reflecting upon how people engage with space, not solely as resistance against but also in part being complicit in the promotion of transformation of space, as being ‘green’ and sustai... Read More about From A ‘to’ B – Where’s to?:
 Exploring the alternative spaces in-between in an entrepreneurial city.

Where social enterprise practitioners draw the line: Towards an understanding of movement from social entrepreneurship as boundary work (2014)
Journal Article
Seanor, P., Bull, M., Baines, S., & Purcell, M. (2014). Where social enterprise practitioners draw the line: Towards an understanding of movement from social entrepreneurship as boundary work. International Journal of Public Sector Management, 27(4), 353-368. https://doi.org/10.1108/IJPSM-11-2012-0139

© Emerald Group Publishing Limited. Purpose-The purpose of this paper is to offer new reflection upon the contested interaction of social enterprises with the public sector. It does this by fore fronting the notions of boundaries, boundary work and b... Read More about Where social enterprise practitioners draw the line: Towards an understanding of movement from social entrepreneurship as boundary work.

Narratives of transition from social to enterprise: You can't get there from here! (2013)
Journal Article
Baines, S., Bull, M., Seanor, P., Bull, M., Baines, S., & Ridley-Duff, R. (2013). Narratives of transition from social to enterprise: You can't get there from here!. International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behavior and Research, 19(3), 324-343. https://doi.org/10.1108/13552551311330200

Purpose: In response to calls to critically analyse and conceptually advance social enterprise, the purpose of this paper is to examine narratives and models representing a spectrum of social enterprise from the "social" to the "economic". The paper... Read More about Narratives of transition from social to enterprise: You can't get there from here!.

Social and ethical capital (2011)
Book Chapter
Ridley-Duff, R., Seanor, P., & Bull, M. (2011). Social and ethical capital. In R. Ridley-Duff, & M. Bull (Eds.), Understanding Social Enterprise: Theory & Practice, 82-98. SAGE Publications

Measuring social outcomes and impacts (2011)
Book Chapter
Ridley-Duff, R., Seanor, P., & Bull, M. (2011). Measuring social outcomes and impacts. In R. Ridley-Duff, & M. Bull (Eds.), Understanding Social Enterprise: Theory & Practice, 230-246. SAGE Publications

Leadership and social entrepreneurship (2011)
Book Chapter
Ridley-Duff, R., & Seanor, P. (2011). Leadership and social entrepreneurship. In R. Ridley-Duff, & M. Bull (Eds.), Understanding Social Enterprise: Theory & Practice, 193-209. SAGE Publications


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