Key Publications since 2001
Rangecroft S, Birkinshaw S, Rohse M, Day R, McEwen L, Makaya E, van Loon AF (2018) Hydrological modelling as a tool for interdisciplinary workshops on future drought. Progress in Physical Geography: Earth and Environment 42 (2), 237-256.
Liu S, Iweka O, Shukla A, Wernham G, Hussain A, Day R, Gaterell M, Petridis P, van der Horst D (2018). Impact of emerging interaction techniques on energy use in UK social housing. Future Cities and Environment 4.1.
Hui A, Day R, Walker G (eds) (2018) Demanding Energy: Space, Time and Change. Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke.
Day R, Hitchings R, Fox E, Venn S, Hibbert J (2018) Leisure travel and the time of later life. In Hui A, Day R, Walker G (eds) (2018) Demanding Energy: Space, Time and Change. Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke, p183-200.
Day R (2017) A capabilities approach to environmental justice. In Holifield R, Chakraborty J, Walker G (eds) the Routledge Handbook of Environmental Justice. Routledge, Abingdon.
Smith J, Butler R, Day R, Fyfe H, Goodbody A, Llewellyn D, Rohse M, Smith B, Tyszczuk R, Udall J, Whyte N (2017) Gathering around stories: Interdisciplinary experiments in support of energy system transitions. Energy Research and Social Science.
Fox E, Hitchings R, Day R, Venn S (2017) Demanding distances in later life leisure travel. Geoforum 82, 102-111.
Llewellyn D, Rohse M, Day R, Fyfe H (2017) Evolving energy landscapes in the South Wales Valleys: Exploring community perception and participation. Energy Policy 108, 818-828.
Day R, Walker G, Simcock N (2016) Conceptualising energy use and energy poverty using a capabilities framework. Energy Policy 93, 255-264.
Yenneti K, Day R (2016) Distributional justice in solar energy implementation in India: The case of Charanka solar park. Journal of Rural Studies 46, 35-46.
Yenneti K, Day R, Golubchikov O (2016) Spatial justice and the land politics of renewables: dispossessing vulnerable communities through solar energy mega-projects. Geoforum 76, 90-99.
Hitchings R, Venn S, Day R (2016) Assumptions about later-life travel and their implications: pushing people around? Ageing & Society, 1-18
Simcock N, Walker G, Day R (2016) Fuel poverty in the UK: Beyond heating? People, Place and Policy 10 (1), 25-41
Walker G, Simcock N, Day R (2016) Necessary energy uses and a minimum standard of living in the United Kingdom: Energy justice or escalating expectations? Energy Research and Social Science 18, 129-138
Yenneti K, Day R (2015) Procedural (in)justice in the implementation of solar energy: The case of Charanaka solar park, Gujarat, India. Energy Policy 86, 664-673
Day R (2015) Low carbon thermal technologies in an ageing society – What are the issues? Energy Policy 84 250-256
Hitchings R, Collins R, Day R (2015) Inadvertent environmentalism and the action–value opportunity: reflections from studies at both ends of the generational spectrum. Local Environment 20 (3) 369-385.
Wood G, van der Horst D, Day R, Bakaoukas A, Petridis P, Liu S, Jalil L, Gaterell M, Smithson E, Barnham J, Harvey D, Yang B, Pisithpunth C (2014) Serious games for energy social science research. Technology Analysis and Strategic Management 26 (10) 1212-1227.
Day R. and Walker G. (2013) Energy vulnerability as an assemblage. In K Bickerstaff, H Bulkeley and G Walker (eds) Energy and Justice in a Changing Climate. Zed books, London.
Walker G, Day R. (2012) Fuel poverty as injustice: integrating distribution, recognition and procedure in the struggle for affordable warmth. Energy Policy.
Hitchings R, Day R. (2011) How older people relate to the private winter warmth practices of their peers and why we should be interested. Environment and Planning A, 43, 2452-2467.
Day R, Hitchings R. (2011) “Only old ladies would do that”: age stigma and older people’s strategies for dealing with winter cold. Health and Place, 17, 885-894.
Day R, Wager F (2010) Parks, streets and ‘just empty space’: the local environmental experiences of children and young people in a Scottish study. Local Environment,
Day R. (2010) Environmental justice and older age: consideration of a qualitative neighbourhood –based study. Environment and Planning A, 2658-2673.
Wager F, Hill M, Bailey N, Day R, Hamilton D and King C (2010) The impact of poverty on children and young people’s use of services. Children and Society 24.4
Grant E, Silver K, Bauld L, Day R, Warnakulasuriya S. (2010) The experiences of young oral cancer patients in Scotland: symptom recognition and delays in seeking professional help. British Dental Journal 208 (10) p465-471.
Day R, Hitchings R (2009) Older People and their Winter Warmth Behaviours: Understanding the Contextual Dynamics (PDF - 3.87MB) School of Geography, University of Birmingham / Dept Geography, UCL.
Day R (2008) Local environments and older people’s health: dimensions from a comparative qualitative study in Scotland. Health and Place, 14(2), p299-312
Day, R. (2008) Local Urban Environments and the Wellbeing of Older People. Scottish Centre for Research on Social Justice, Dept. Urban Studies, University of Glasgow.
Day R (2007). Place and the experience of air quality. Health and Place 13 (1) p249-260.
Wager F, Bailey N, Day R, Hamilton D, Hill M, King C. (2007) Serving Children? The impact of Poverty on Children’s’ Experiences of Public, Private and Voluntary Services. Save the Children, Edinburgh.
Day R (2006). Traffic-related Air Pollution and Perceived Health Risk: Lay Assessment of an Everyday Hazard. Health, Risk and Society 8.3 p305-322.
Davies G, Day R and Williamson S. (2004) Editorial: The Geography of Health. Knowledge/s. Health and Place 10.
Burgess J, Chilvers J, Clark J, Day R, Hunt J, King S, Simmons P, Stirling A. (2004) Citizens and Specialists Deliberate Options for Managing the UK’s Legacy Intermediate and High Level Radio- active Waste: a Report of the Deliberative Mapping Trial, June-July 2004. Report for DEFRA
Langford I, Skourtos M, Kontogianni A, Day R, Georgiou S and Bateman I. (2001) Use and Non-Use Values for Conserving Endangered Species: The Case of the Mediterranean Monk Seal. Environment and Planning A 33 p2219-2233.
Langford I and Day R (2001). Poisson Regression, in A Leyland and H Goldstein (eds.) Multilevel modelling of health statistics Chichester: Wiley.