Research expertise

  • Human geography
  • Policy and administration
  • Urban and regional planning

Supervisory interests

  • Building resilience
  • Health and wellbeing resilience
  • Housing related inequities and inequalities
  • Housing, social inclusion, neighbourhood disadvantage
  • Mindfulness
  • Urban studies

RHD research supervision

Current

Principal supervisor : Housing related inequities (1) ;

Completion

Principal supervisor : Housing (1) ; Housing , social inclusion neighbourhood disadvantage (1) ;

Associate supervisor : Health and Well being (1) ; Housing related inequities (1) ; Social Capital (1) ; Social Inclusion (1) ; Sustainability (1) ;

Publications

  • Arthurson, K. (2014). Social Inclusion and cohesion through housing tenure. In Leonie Pearson, Peter Newton, Peter Roberts, ed. Resilient Sustainable Cities: A Future. London: Routledge, pp. 178-184.
  • Arthurson, K. (2013). The Australian experience of social mix and neighbourhood effects. In D. Manley, N. Bailey, D. Maclennan, M. van Ham, L. Simpson, ed. Neighbourhood Effects or Neighbourhood Based Problems? A Policy Context. New York London: Springer Dordrecht Heidelberg, pp. 251-268.
  • Arthurson, K. (2013). Neighbourhood Effects and Social Cohesion: Exploring the Evidence in Australian Urban Renewal Policies. In D Manley, M van Ham, N Bailey, L Simpson & D Maclennan, ed. Neighbourhood Effects or Neighbourhood Based Problems? A Policy Context. Dordrecht, Netherlands: Springer, pp. 251-268.
    [10.1007/978-94-007-6695-2_12]
  • Arthurson, K. (2012). Social Mix, Reputation and Stigma: Exploring Residents' Perspectives of Neighbourhood Effects. In M van Ham, D Manley, N Bailey, L Simpson & D Maclennan, ed. Neighbourhood Effects Research: New Perspectives. London, UK: Springer, pp. 101-119.
    [10.1007/978-94-007-2309-2_5]
  • Arthurson, K. (2009). Housing South Australians. In John Spoehr, ed. State of South Australia: from crisis to prosperity? Kent Town, Adelaide: Wakefield Press.
  • Arthurson, K. (2008). The Role of Qualitative Research in Identifying Resident's Perspectives about Social Mix. In Paul J Maginn, Susan Thompson, Matthew Tonts, ed. Qualitative Housing Analysis: An International Perspective. United Kingdom: Emerald Group Publishing Limited, pp. 209-226.
  • Arthurson, K. and O'Dwyer, L. (2006). Housing: an introduction. In NA, ed. Towards a Fairer Society: Community Case Studies Volume 2. South Australia: State of South Australia, pp. NA-NA.
  • Arthurson, K. and O'Dwyer, L. (2006). Social Support, an introduction. In NA, ed. Towards a Fairer Society: Community Case Studies Volume 2. South Australia: State of South Australia, pp. NA-NA.
  • Arthurson, K. and Jacobs, K. (2006). Housing and Anti-social Behaviour in Australia. In John Flint, ed. Housing, urban governance and anti-social behaviour: Perspectives, policy and practice. NA: Policy Press, pp. 259-280.
  • Orchard, L.R. and Arthurson, K.D. (2005). Housing. In John Spoehr, ed. State of South Australia: Trends and Issues. Kent Town, SA: Wakefield Press, pp. 214-227.
  • Arthurson, K. (2012). Social Mix and the City: Challenging the mixed communities consensus in housing and urban planning policies. Collingwood, VIC: CSIRO Publishing.
    [Web Link]
  • Baum, S., Arthurson, K., Smith, T., Rickson, K. and Elrick-Barr, C. (2013). Determinants of Household Pro-environmental Practices: An Application of Australian Pilot Survey Data. European Network for Housing Research (ENHR). 25th European Network for Housing Research (ENHR) International Conference. Tarragona, Spain. Jun 2013.
  • Arthurson, K., Levin Azriel, I. and Ziersch, A. (2013). We don't have access to that. State of the Australian Cities. Sydney, Australia. Nov 2013.
  • Arthurson, K. (2012). Social Mix – What is it – What is achieved. In PowerPoint Presentation. Social Mix Seminar. University of Western Sydney. Apr 2012.
  • Arthurson, K., Darcy, M. and Rogers, D. (2012). Territorial Stigma: 'Housos' and the representation of disadvantage in the media. TASA Conference. Brisbane, Australia. Nov 2012.
  • Arthurson, K., Ziersch, A. and Levin Azriel, I. (2012). Housing health and well being: the effects of forced relocation for tenants. 6th Australasian Housing Researchers Conference. Adelaide, Australia.
  • Arthurson, K., Ziersch, A. and Levin Azriel, I. (2012). Housing, health and wellbeing: the effects of forced relocation for tenants. In 6th Australasian Housing Researchers' Conference: Housing in an era of risk and crisis. 6th Australasian Housing Researchers' Conference: Housing in an era of risk and crisis. Adelaide. Feb 2012.
  • Baum, S., Arthurson, K. and Burgess, G. (2012). Anti social behaviour perceptions and neighbourhood disadvantage in Australia. In 11th Asia Pacific Sociological Association - Sociology and Social Transformations in the Asia Pacific Region. 11th Asia Pacific Sociological Association - Sociology and Social Transformations in the Asia Pacific Region. Ateneo de Manila University. Oct 2012.
  • Arthurson, K. (2011). Sustainable Urban Neighbourhoods and Social Mix in Australian Urban Renewal Policies. In 10th Annual Hawaii International Conference on Social Sciences. 10th Annual Hawaii International Conference on Social Sciences. Honolulu, Hawaii. May 2011.
  • Arthurson, K. (2011). Neighbourhood Effects, Social Segregation and Social Miz: Assessing the Evidence in Australian Urban Renewal Policies. In 23rd ENHR Conference. 23rd ENHR Conference. Toulouse, France. Jul 2011.
  • Arthurson, K. (2011). The impact of Stigma on tenants, policy makers and potential partners. In Australasian Housing Institute web site. Australasian Housing Institute. 'People and Places'. A Master Class Series. Melbourne, Australia. Dec 2011.
  • Arthurson, K. and Baum, S. (2011). Climate Change and Vulnerability and Social Inclusion. In Seminar Paper for Social Inclusion and Climate Change Seminar. Social Inclusion and Climate Change Seminar. University of Adelaide. Nov 2011.
  • Arthurson, K. (2010). Residents experiences of reputation, stigma and the neighbourhood. In Guest Speaker, Brotherhood of St Laurence Lunchtime Seminar. Brotherhood of St Laurence Lunchtime Seminar. Oct 2010.
  • Arthurson, K.D. (2010). Residents' experiences of reputation, stigma and the neighbourhood. In Brotherhood of St Laurence Research & Policy Centre Seminar. Brotherhood of St Laurence Research & Policy Centre Seminar. Melbourne, VIC. Oct 2010.
  • Arthurson, K.D. (2010). Social mix - what does it mean? What can be achieved? In Estates in the Balance. Shelter NSW Conference. Sydney, NSW. Jun 2010.
  • Jacobs, K. and Arthurson, K.D. (2010). The stigmatisation of social housing: a discussion of its causes and effects. In Australasian Housing Researchers' Conference. Australasian Housing Researchers' Conference. Auckland, New Zealand. Nov 2010.
  • Arthurson, K. (2009). Housing, The Global Financial Crisis and the Australian City. In Invited speaker - Urban Research Program Symposium. Urban Research Program Symposium. Griffith University.
  • Baum, F.E., Ziersch, A.M., Putland, C., Pomagalska, D.J., Arthurson, K.D. and Orchard, L.R. (2009). Can social capital contribute to reducing health inequities? In IUSSP International Seminar on Social and Health Policies for Equity: Approaches and Strategies. IUSSP International Seminar on Social and Health Policies for Equity: Approaches and Strategies. London, UK. Nov 2009.
  • Ziersch, A. and Arthurson, K. (2009). How does housing related stigma impact on social opportunities and health and what strategies can be used to address stigma? In Australian Health Inequities Program Policy Day. Australian Health Inequities Program Policy Day. Melbourne. Mar 2009.
  • Ziersch, A. and Arthurson, K. (2009). How does housing-related stigma impact on social opportunities and health, and what strategies can be used to address stigma? In Invited Speaker - Australian Health Inequities Program. Australian Health Inequities Program. Melbourne University. Mar 2009.
  • Arthurson, K. (2008). Theorising Social mix: spatial scale and resident interaction. 3rd Australasian Housing Researchers Conference. Melbourne, Australia. Jun 2008.
  • Arthurson, K. (2008). Social mix policies, spatial scale and resident interaction. European Network of Housing Researchers Conference. Dublin, Ireland.
  • Arthurson, K. (2008). Inclusive Neighbourhoods and Social Mix. Why Should We Care? What Should be Done? In A discussion of experience and recent research from Australia, England, France and Canada. International Panel of Experts. University of Toronto. May 2008.
  • Arthurson, K. (2008). Conceptualizing social mix: the effects of spatial scale on resident interactions. In Presentation at INRS-Urbanisation. Culture et Société, Institut national de la recherche scientifique. Montreal, Canada. May 2008.
  • Arthurson, K. (2008). Urban regeneration, scale and balancing social mix. In The Brotherhood of St Laurence, Research & Policy Centre and the Department of Planning and Community Development Social Inclusion and Place Based Disadvantage Workshop Proceedings. Brotherhood of St Laurence. Social Inclusion and Place Based Disadvantage Workshop Proceedings. Melbourne, VIC. Jun 2008.
    [Web Link]
  • Cameron, H., Worland, P. and Arthurson, K. (2007). Housing and Mental Health - Best Practices in Australia? Australasian Housing Researchers Conference. Brisbane, Australia. Jun 2007.
  • Baum, F.E., Pomagalska, D.J., Putland, C., Orchard, L.R., Arthurson, K.D. and House, T. (2007). Social capital and public policy: insights from a South Australian study. In Program of the 19th IUHPE World Conference on Health Promotion and Health Education. International Union For Health Promotion and Education. 19th IUHPE World Conference on Health Promotion & Health Education. Vancouver, Canada. Jun 2007.
  • Arthurson, K., Cameron, H. and Worland, P. (2007). Supported housing: the Australian and International evidence Housing and Mental Health. The Mental Health Services Conference Incorporation of Australia and New Zealand. Melbourne, Australia.
  • Arthurson, K., Cameron, H. and Worland, P. (2007). A Place to Call My Own: Identifying Best Practice in Housing and Mental Health. State of the Australian Cities Conference. Adelaide, Australia. Nov 2007.
  • Arthurson, K. (2007). Social mix and social interaction: do residents living in different housing tenures mix? European Network of Housing Researchers Conference.
  • Pomagalska, D.J., Baum, F.E., Putland, C., Orchard, L.R., Arthurson, K.D., Ziersch, A.M., et al. (2007). 'Otherwise I don't know where I would be, probably taking tablets for depression': Building Social Capital and Health Equity through Community Based Projects. In Program of the Australian Health Promotion Association 17th National Conference. Australian Health Promotion Association. Grass Roots to Global Action: Health Promotion in Challenging Environments. Adelaide, SA. May 2007, pp. 42-42.
  • Baker, E. and Arthurson, K. (2006). Social networks, Housing Quality or Residential Environment: What's more important for the Well-being of Relocating Tenants? European Network of Housing Researchers Conference. Slovenia.
  • Arthurson, K. and Jacobs, K. (2006). Housing Policy Discourses in the Australian Post-Welfare State. Australasian Housing Researchers Conference. Adelaide, Australia. Jun 2006.
  • Arthurson, K. (2006). Historical Constructions of Social Mix. Urban History Planning Conference. Wellington, New Zealand.
  • Arthurson, K. (2006). 'A lot of people don't notice who they are, but I do!' Stigma and mixed tenure communities" European Network of Housing Researchers Conference. Slovenia.
  • Arthurson, K. (2006). "It puts your value down, I think if you've got them all around" - estate regeneration and the malign effects of social mix. International Social Sciences Conference. Rhodes, Greece.
  • Baker, E.L. and Arthurson, K.D. (2006). Social Networks, Housing Quality or Residential Environment: What's More Important for the Wellbeing of Relocating Tenants. In Proceedings of ENHR 06: Housing in an Expanding Europe. ENHR 06: Housing in an Expanding Europe. Ljubljana, Slovenia. Jul 2006.
  • Arthurson, K. (2005). Does it Matter? Residents' Views about Social Mix in Three Neighbourhoods. TASA Conference, Community, Place and Change. Hobart, Australia. Dec 2005.
  • Arthurson, K. (2005). Identifying Resident's Perspectives about Social Mix: the Role of Qualitative Research. Asia/Pacific Network of Housing Researchers Conference: Housing and Globalisation. Kobi, Japan. Sep 2005.
  • Arthurson, K. (2005). Residents' Perspectives about Social Mix. 2nd State of the Cities Conference: The Sustainability and Vulnerability of Urban Australia. Brisbane, Australia. Nov 2005.
  • Arthurson, K. (2005). Residents' Perspectives about Social Mix. State of the Australian Cities Conference: The Sustainability and Vulnerability of Urban Australia. Brisbane, Australia. Nov 2005.
  • Jacobs, K., Arthurson, K. and Randolph, B. (2005). What should happen when the funding runs out? An evaluation of the utility of 'exit strategies' for Australian housing regeneration programmes. National Housing Conference. Perth, Australia.
  • Arthurson, K. and Anaf, J. (2004). Social Mix and Disadvantaged Communities: Clarifying the Links between Policy, Practice and the Evidence Base. ENHR. Cambridge, United Kingdom. Jul 2004.
  • Jacobs, K. and Arthurson, K. (2004). Developing Effective Exit Strategies For Housing And Neighbourhood Renewal. EAROPH, World Planning and Housing Congress and National Housing Conference. Melbourne, Australia.
  • Arthurson, K. (2003). Resident Participation: Framing the Vision for Community Regeneration. Planning Institute of Australia Congress. Adelaide. Mar 2003.
  • Arthurson, K. (2003). Social Inclusion and Community Regeneration: Is the Role of Public Housing Excluded? ACOSS Congress: A Fair and Inclusive Australia. Hobart, Australia. Nov 2003.
  • Arthurson, K. (2002). Balancing Social Mix and Creating Inclusive Communities: Is there a Critical Relationship or Tenuous Link? ENHR Conference: Housing Cultures Convergence and Diversity. Vienna, Austria. Jul 2002.
  • Arthurson, K. (2000). Achieving Social Justice in Urban Regeneration. ENHR Conference: Housing in the 21st Century: Fragmentation and Reorientation. Gavle, Sweden. Jun 2000.
  • Arthurson, K. (2013). Mixed Communities: Gentrification by Stealth? Journal of Social Policy, 42(1) pp. 170-172.
    [10.1017/S0047279412000621]
  • Arthurson, K. (2012). Neighbourhood based problems, neighbourhood effects and social mix in urban renewal policies: An Australian perspective. Urban Policy and Research,
  • Arthurson, K. (2012). Public housing in Australia: Strengths and weaknesses. Informations Sociales, 171 pp. 42-50.
    [Web Link]
  • Arthurson, K., Darcy, M. and Rogers, D. (2012). Housos: the TV Series, the Stage Show, and Real Life. Architect Victoria, 2 pp. 25-25.
    [Web Link]
  • Baker, E.L. and Arthurson, K.D. (2012). AUSTRALIAN PLANNER DECEMBER 2007: Housing, place or social networks: What's more important for relocating tenants. Australian Planner, 49(4) pp. 315-326.
    [10.1080/07293682.2012.732007]
  • Arthurson, K. (2012). Announcing the Call for Papers for the Urban Policy and Research, Brian McLoughlin Postgraduate Award. Urban Policy and Research, 2 pp. 103-104.
  • Jacobs, K. and Arthurson, K. (2012). Addressing the stigmatisation of social housing. AHURI Research and Policy Bulletin, 151
    [Web Link]
  • Arthurson, K. (2011). ISI Recognition. Urban Policy and Research, 29(2) pp. 1-2.
  • Arthurson, K., Ziersch, A. and Levin Azriel, I. (2011). The Relocation Took Kit project: Policies to enhance residents' health, wellbeing and social inclusion. Brotherhood Comment, 2011(November) pp. 6-7.
    [Web Link]
  • Arthurson, K., Ziersch, A. and Levin Azriel, I. (2011). The relocation tool kit: A guide for implementing relocation policies that enhance residents health and well-being and social inclusion. Brotherhood Comment, pp. 6-7.
  • Arthurson, K. and Jacobs, K. (2005). Housing and Social Inclusion/Exclusion. Parity, 18(1) pp. 50-51.
  • Arthurson, K. (2004). Editorial: Special Edition on Social Exclusion and Social Inclusion. Australian Journal of Social Issues, 39(1)
  • Jacobs, K. and Arthurson, K. (2004). Public Housing and the 'Problem' of Anti-Social Behaviour. Housing Works, 17(10) pp. 23-24.
  • Rogers, D., Arthurson, K. and Darcy, M. (2013). Disadvanatged citizens as co-researchers in media analysis: action research utilising mobile phone and video diaries. SAGE Research Methods.
  • Arthurson, K., Rogers, D. and Darcy, M. (2013). Disadvantaged Citizens as Co-Researchers in Media Analysis: Action Research Utilising Mobile Phone and Video Diaries. SAGE Research Methods Cases. London: SAGE Publications, Ltd..
    [10.4135/978144627305013509351]
  • Arthurson, K. (2013). Mindfulness in Schools Project. Research Report.
  • Darcy, M., Rogers, D. and Arthurson, K. (2012). Housos the series, the real life. Tenants Union News. 100 pp. 6-8.
    [Web Link]
  • Arthurson, K., Darcy, M. and Rogers, D. (2012). Territorial stigma: 'Housos' and the representation of disadvantage in the media. Architect Australia.
  • Arthurson, K. (2012). Transitions in practice: climate change and everyday life. Nexus. 21(1)
  • Hulse, K., Jacobs, K., Arthurson, K. and Spinney, A. (2012). Housing, Public Policy and Social Inclusion. Research and Policy Bulletin.
  • Arthurson, K. (2011). Neighbourhood Effects, Social Mix and Housing Tenure. Urban Policy and Research.
  • Arthurson, K., Ziersch, A. and Levin Azriel, I. (2011). Policies to enhance residents' health, wellbeing and social inclusion. Brotherhood Comment, pp. 6-7.
    [Web Link]
  • Lawless, A., Arthurson, K. and Johns, J. (2011). Health in Planning Evaluation.
  • Jacobs, K. and Arthurson, K. (2010). The causes and implications of stigmatisation for social housing.
  • Pomagalska, D.J., Putland, C., Ziersch, A.M., Baum, F.E., Arthurson, K.D. and Orchard, L.R. (2009). Practical Social Capital: a Guide to Creating Health and Wellbeing, pp. 1-146.
    [Web Link]
  • Putland, C., Baum, F.E., Ziersch, A.M., Arthurson, K.D., Pomagalska, D.J. and Orchard, L.R. (2009). Practical Social Capital: A Policy Briefing, pp. 1-6.
  • Baker, E. and Arthurson, K. (2008). Housing, Place or Social Networks: What's more important for Relocating Tenants? Housing Works.
  • Arthurson, K. (2007). Review: Restructuring large Housing Estates in Europe. Housing Theory and Society.
  • Jacobs, K., Arthurson, K. and Randolph, B. (2007). How Can the Benefits of Housing Regeneration Projects be Sustained.
  • Arthurson, K., Ziersch, A. and Carson, E. (2006). What are the Labour Force Benefits of Community Housing? Research & Policy Bulletin for the Department for Families & Communities & Southern AHURI Research Centre.
  • Arthurson, K., Ziersch, A. and Carson, E. (2006). What are the Labour Force Benefits of Community Housing? Final Report for the Department of Families and Communities and Southern AHURI Research Centre.
  • Orchard, L. and Arthurson, K. (2006). State of SA, Trends and Issues 2006 Update. Australian Institute for Social Research, Don Dunstan Foundation.
  • Arthurson, K. (2005). Review: Social Policy and Discourse Analysis. Housing Theory and Society.
  • Gabriel, M., Jacobs, K., Arthurson, K., Burke, T. and Yates, J. (2005). Conceptualising and Measuring the Housing Affordability Problem. Background paper - AHURI Southern Research Centre.
  • Arthurson, K.D., Ziersch, A.M. and Carson, E. (2004). Final Report: What are the labour force benefits of community housing? pp. 1-53.
  • Arthurson, K. and Jacobs, K. (2004). Social Exclusion and Housing. Research and Policy Bulletin for the Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute (AHURI)
  • Arthurson, K.D., Ziersch, A.M., Ray, P. and Carson, E. (2004). Preliminary report: What are the labour force benefits of community housing? pp. 1-46.
  • Jacobs, K., Arthurson, K. and Randolph, B. (2004). Developing Appropriate Exit Strategies for Housing Regeneration/Renewal Programs. Positioning Paper - Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute (AHURI)
  • Jacobs, K. and Arthurson, K. (2004). Can Effective Housing Management Policies Address Anti-Social Behaviour. Research and Policy Bulletin for the Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute (AHURI)
  • Jacobs, K., Arthurson, K., White, R. and Donoghue, J. (2003). Developing Effective Housing Management Policies to Address Problems of Anti-Social Behaviour. Positioning paper - Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute (AHURI)
  • Arthurson, K. (2002). Social Inclusion and Public Housing Estate Regeneration. Social Inclusion and Housing: Developing Research and Policy Agendas.
  • Arthurson, K. (2000). Salisbury North Urban Improvement Project. Evaluation of Stage Two Key Performance Indicators - Report prepared for SAHT & Salisbury City Council.
  • Arthurson, K. (1999). Northern Metropolitan Study Strategic Plan. Report prepared for the SAHT.
  • Arthurson, K. (1999). Salisbury North Urban Improvement Project. Evaluation of Stage One Key Performace Indicators - Report prepared for SAHT and Salisbury City Council.
  • Arthurson, K. (2013). Social Mix and the City Challenging the Mixed Communities Consensus in Housing and Urban Planning. In CURLS. CURLS. Chicago, United States.
  • Arthurson, K. (2013). Suburbs and Suburbanites in Popular Culture. In Seminar paper. The Assocition of American Geographers Annual Conference. Los Angeles, United States.
  • Arthurson, K., Lawless, A. and Hammett, K. (2013). Putting Health at the Heart of Urban Planning in Australia. In Seminar Paper. 12th Hawaii International Conference on Social Sciences. Honolulu, Hawaii.
  • Arthurson, K., Levin Azriel, I. and Ziersch, A. (2013). 'We don't have access to that': Social mix and the right to the city. In K Ruming, B Randolph & N Gurran, ed. SOAC Conference Proceedings and Powerpoint Presentations. Sydney, NSW: State of Australian Cities Research Network. State of the Australian Cities Conference. Sydney, NSW. Nov 2013.
    [Web Link]
  • Arthurson, K.D., Ziersch, A.M. and Levin Azriel, I. (2013). 'We don't have access to that': Social mix and the right to the city. In State of Australian Cities Conference. State of Australian Cities Conference. Melbourne, VIC. Nov 2013.
  • Ziersch, A.M., Arthurson, K.D. and Levin Azriel, I. (2013). The health and wellbeing effects of relocation: The Carlton public housing estate. In Public Health Association 42nd Annual Conference. Public Health Association 42nd Annual Conference. Sep 2013.
  • Arthurson, K.D., Ziersch, A.M. and Levin Azriel, I. (2012). Housing: local welfare and local markets in a globalised world. In European Network of Housing Researchers Conference. European Network of Housing Researchers Conference. Lillehammer, Norway. Jun 2012.
  • Arthurson, K., Rogers, D. and Darcy, M. (2012). Territorial Stigma: 'Housos' and the representation of disadvantage in the media. In A Broom & L Cheshire, ed. TASA 2012 Conference Proceedings: Emerging and Enduring Inequalities. Hawthorn, VIC: The Australian Sociological Association. The Australian Sociological Association (TASA) Conference. Brisbane, QLD. Nov 2012.
  • Arthurson, K. (2011). Neighbourhood effects and social mix policies, Australian efforts at urban renewal. In Full Papers of the 5th State of Australian Cities Conference. Online: ASCRN. 5th State of Australian Cities National Conference. Melbourne, VIC. Nov 2011.
    [Web Link]
  • Arthurson, K.D. (2010). Social inclusion, neighbourhood reputation and stigma: resident's experiences from within. In J Dixon, A Dupuis & P. Lysnar, ed. Australasian Housing Researchers' Conference: Refereed Papers. Auckland, NZ: The University of Auckland. 5th Australasian Housing Researchers' Conference. Auckland, New Zealand. Nov 2010.
    [Web Link]
  • Arthurson, K. (2007). Social Mix and Social Disadvantage in Australia. In Invited Speaker - Department of Sociology. Understanding Patterns of Socioeconomic Disadvantage. University of Milan. Jun 2007.
  • Arthurson, K. (2007). Social Inclusion and Urban Regeneration. In Invited Speaker - The Academy of Social Sciences in Australia. Combating social exclusion through joined up policy. Adelaide Wine Centre. Nov 2007.
  • Arthurson, K. (2007). Further Tales of Social Mix and the City: Do Residents Mix? In Invited Speaker - Engaging Ideas Seminar. Queensland Government Department of Communities. Brisbane, Australia. Nov 2007.
  • Arthurson, K. (2007). Building the mix: but do residents across housing tenures mix? In Invited Speaker - Housing Tasmania Social Mix Seminar. Housing Tasmania Social Mix Seminar. University of Tasmania. Feb 2007.
  • Arthurson, K. and Jacobs, K. (2007). Conceptualising and Defining the Housing Affordability Problem. In Paper - The Pursuit of Theory: Contemporary Debates in Housing and Urban Research. The Pursuit of Theory: Contemporary Debates in Housing and Urban Research. University of Tasmania. Feb 2007.
  • Arthurson, K. (2006). The Labour Force Benefits of Community Housing. In Invited Speaker - Dunstan Foundation Research Rountable. Dunstan Foundation Research Roundtable: Changes at work and their implications for Housing Australia. Adelaide, Australia. Apr 2006.
  • Arthurson, K. (2005). Housing Studies & Theory. In Invited Speaker - Australian Housing Urban Research Institute PhD Symposium. Australian Housing Urban Research Institute PhD Symposium. Melbourne, Australia. Jun 2005.
  • Arthurson, K. (2004). Social Exclusion and Housing. In Invited Speaker - AHURI Work In Progress Seminar. AHURI Work in Progress Seminar. Art Gallery of SA. Apr 2004.
  • Arthurson, K. (2004). What are the Labour Force benefits of Community Housing. In Invited Speaker - Wesley Uniting Care. Wesley Uniting Care. Adelaide, Australia. Aug 2004.
  • Arthurson, K. (2003). Distinguishing Australian Debates about Housing and Social Exclusion. In Invited Speaker - Housing Studies Seminar. University of Stirling Housing Studies Unit Seminar. University of Stirling, Scotland. Sep 2003.
  • Arthurson, K. (2003). Social Housing and Social Mix. In Invited Speaker - Uniting Care Justice and Solidarity March Forum. Uniting Care Justice and Solidarity March Forum. Adelaide, Australia.
  • Arthurson, K. and Jacobs, K. (2003). A Critique of the Concept of Social Exclusion and its Utility for Australian Social Housing Policy. In Paper - British Housing Studies Association Conference. British Housing Studies Association Conference - Community, Neighbourhood, Responsibility. University of Bristol. Sep 2003.
  • Arthurson, K. (2002). Housing Tenure, Social Mix and Social Inclusion. In Invited Speaker - SACOSS Towards Inclusion Conference. SACOSS Towards Inclusion Conference. Fullarton Park Community Centre, Adelaide. Oct 2002.
  • Levin Azriel, I., Arthurson, K. and Ziersch, A. (2014). Social mix and the role of design: Competing interests in the Carlton Public Housing Estate redevelopment. Cities,
  • Arthurson, K., Baum, F. and Ziersch, A. (2014). Exploring Social Capital: as Concept and Practice in Australian Public Health Policies and Programs. Australian Journal of Public Administration, 73(1) pp. 79-87.
    [10.1111/1467-8500.12056]
  • Arthurson, K., Darcy, M. and Rogers, D. (2014). Televised territorial stigma: how social housing tenants experience the fictional media representation of estates in Australia. ENVIRONMENT AND PLANNING A, 46(6) pp. 1334-1350.
  • Putland, C., Baum, F., Ziersch, A., Arthurson, K. and Pomagalska, D. (2013). Enabling pathways to health equity: developing a framework for implementing social capital in practice. BMC Public Health, 13 pp. 517.
    [10.1186/1471-2458-13-517]
  • Arthurson, K. and Baum, S. (2013). Making space for social inclusion in conceptualising climate change vulnerability. Local Environment: The International Journal of Justice and Sustainability,
    [10.1080/13549839.2013.818951]
  • Arthurson, K. (2013). Mixed tenure communities and the effects on neighbourhood reputation and stigma: Residents' experiences from within. Cities, 35 pp. 432-438.
    [10.1016/j.cities.2013.03.007]
  • Arthurson, K. (2012). Social housing in Australia: strengths and weaknesses. Informations Sociales, 171 pp. 42-50.
  • Hulse, K., Jacobs, K., Arthurson, K. and Spinney, A. (2011). At home and in place? The role of housing in social inclusion. Final Report Series of the Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute, 177
    [Web Link]
  • Jacobs, K., Arthurson, K., Cica, N., Greenwood, A. and Hastings, A. (2011). The stigmatisation of social housing: findings from a panel investigation. Final Report Series of the Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute, 166
    [Web Link]
  • Arthurson, K.D. (2010). Questioning the rhetoric of social mix as a tool for planning social inclusion. Urban Policy and Research, 28(2) pp. 225-232.
    [10.1080/08111141003693117] [10.1080/08111141003693117] [Scopus]
  • Baum, S., Arthurson, K. and Rickson, K. (2010). Happy people in mixed-up places: the association between the degree and type of local socioeconomic mix and expressions of neighbourhood satisfaction. Urban Studies, 47(3) pp. 467-485.
    [10.1177/0042098009351941]
  • Hulse, K., Jacobs, K., Arthurson, K.D. and Spinney, A. (2010). Housing, public policy and social inclusion. AHURI Positioning Paper, 135
  • Arthurson, K.D. (2010). Operationalising Social Mix: Spatial Scale, Lifestyle and Stigma as Mediating Points in Resident Interation. Urban Policy and Research, 28(1) pp. 49-64.
    [10.1080/08111140903552696] [10.1080/08111140903552696] [Scopus]
  • Arthurson, K. and Jacobs, K. (2009). Discourses about Australian Social Housing, Social Exclusion and Employment: Indications of the Post-Welfare State? Housing, Theory and Society, 26(3) pp. 179-192.
  • Arthurson, K. (2008). Australian Public Housing and the Diverse Histories of Social Mix. JOURNAL OF URBAN HISTORY, 34(3) pp. 484-501.
    [10.1177/0096144207311192]
  • Ziersch, A.M. and Arthurson, K.D. (2007). Social Capital and Housing Tenure in an Adelaide Neighbourhood. Urban Policy and Research, 25(4) pp. 409-431.
    [10.1080/08111140701665831]
  • Jacobs, K. and Arthurson, K. (2007). What Happens when the Funding Runs Out? Exploring the Utility of Exit Strategies for Australian Housing Regeneration Programmes. Journal of Urban Regeneration & Renewal, 1(2) pp. 165-177.
  • Baker, E.L. and Arthurson, K.D. (2007). Housing, place or social networks: What's more important for relocating tenants? Australian Planner, 44(4) pp. 29-35.
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