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Changing our" Toon": youth, nightlife and urban change in Newcastle. P Chatterton, R Hollands. R Hollands, P Chatterton. City 6 (3), 291-315, 2002. University of Newcastle upon Tyne, 2001. The role of cultural studies and social criticism in the sociological study of sport. Quest 36 (1), 66-79, 1984. Youth and Policy in the 1990s. R MacDonald, S Banks, R Hollands. Youth and Policy, 1-1, 1993.
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Youth, nightlife and urban change in Newcastle. Paul Chatterton and Robert Hollands. Newcastle and its nightlife is changing fast
Youth, nightlife and urban change in Newcastle. With Bernie C. Byrnes and Cait Read. Newcastle and its nightlife is changing fast.
Paul D Chatterton, Robert G. 2002 Here, focusing on the experience of Newcastle, Chatterton and Hollands continue debates. This article develops a theoretical understanding of the relationship between young people and city space. More specifically, our focus concerns what we have termed 'urban playscapes'â€ youn. More). Robert G. Hollands, Paul D Chatterton.
It focuses on what the authors call 'urban nightscapes' - both mainstream and alternative youthful cultural activities in bars, pubs, night-clubs and music venues, which occur against a backdrop of increasing corporate influence in the night-time economy. In many western cities, urban nightlife is experiencing a 'McDonaldisation', where big branded names are taking over large parts of downtown areas, leaving consumers with an increasingly standardised experience.
Chatterton, P. Changing our ‘Toon’ – Youth, Nightlife and Urban Change in Newcastle. Newcastle: University of Newcastle upon Tyne. Reflective Images: The case of Urban Regeneration in Glasgow and Bilbao. Vol 22 (1). pp 106 – 22. Hannigan, J. (1998).