Peris  Jones
Peris Jones
Professor
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Urban regeneration's poisoned chalice: is there an impasse in (community) participation-based policy?
PS Jones
Urban studies 40 (3), 581-601, 2003
2792003
Tackling social exclusion: The role of social capital in urban regeneration on Merseyside—from mistrust to trust?
K Hibbitt, P Jones, R Meegan
European planning studies 9 (2), 141-161, 2001
1272001
Why Is It Alright to Do Development'Over There'but Not'Here'? Changing Vocabularies and Common Strategies of Inclusion across the'First'and'Third'Worlds
PS Jones
Area 32 (2), 237-241, 2000
802000
“A test of governance”: rights-based struggles and the politics of HIV/AIDS policy in South Africa
PS Jones
Political Geography 24 (4), 419-447, 2005
772005
Democratising development: the politics of socio-economic rights in South Africa:[proceedings]
P Jones, K Stokke
Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, 2005
77*2005
When ‘development’devastates: donor discourses, access to HIV/AIDS treatment in Africa and rethinking the landscape of development
PS Jones
Third World Quarterly 25 (2), 385-404, 2004
732004
'To Come Together for Progress': Modernization and Nation-building in South Africa's Bantustan Periphery‐the case of Bophuthatswana
PS Jones
Journal of Southern African Studies 25 (4), 579-605, 1999
451999
Mind the gap: Access to ARV medication, rights and the politics of scale in South Africa
PS Jones
Social Science & Medicine 74 (1), 28-35, 2012
262012
On a never-ending waiting list: toward equitable access to anti-retroviral treatment? Experiences from Zambia
PS Jones
Health and Human Rights, 76-102, 2005
24*2005
FROM ‘NATIONHOOD’TO REGIONALISM TO THE NORTH WEST PROVINCE:‘BOPHUTHATSWANANESS’AND THE BIRTH OF THE ‘NEW’SOUTH AFRICA
PS Jones
African Affairs 98 (393), 509-534, 1999
241999
‘Only the people can defend this struggle’: the politics of the everyday, extrajudicial executions and civil society in Mathare, Kenya
PS Jones, W Kimari, K Ramakrishnan
Review of African political economy 44 (154), 559-576, 2017
232017
Powering up the people? The politics of indigenous rights implementation: International Labour Organisation Convention 169 and hydroelectric power in Nepal
PS Jones
The International Journal of Human Rights 16 (4), 624-647, 2012
182012
‘The basic assumptions as regards the nature and requirements of a capital city’identity, modernization and urban form at Mafikeng’s margins
PS Jones
International Journal of Urban and Regional Research 24 (1), 25-51, 2000
182000
‘What kind of hell is this!’Understanding the Mungiki movement's power of mobilisation
E Henningsen, P Jones
Journal of Eastern African Studies 7 (3), 371-388, 2013
172013
AIDS treatment and human rights in context
P Jones
Palgrave Macmillan, 2009
17*2009
Between demos and ethnos: the Nepal constitution and indigenous rights
M Langford, P Jones
International Journal on Minority and Group Rights 18 (3), 369-386, 2011
132011
Of Gifts and Return Gifts: Beyond the political and practical deficits of donor assistance
P Jones
Development Update 5 (3), 157-82, 2004
82004
The etiquette of state-building and modernisation in dependent states: performing stateness and the normalisation of separate development in South Africa
PS Jones
Geoforum 33 (1), 25-40, 2002
82002
Governance matters for AIDS: But what about the politics? Lessons from South Africa and Uganda
P Jones, K Koffeld
The Politics of AIDS, 97-122, 2008
42008
A long way from there to here: human rights approaches to HIV/AIDS in a local setting.
P Jones, F Zuberi
HIV/AIDS policy & law review 10 (1), 14-19, 2005
42005
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