Contemporary social/cultural/political

Rachel Turner et al., ‘Constraints to healthcare access among commercial fishers’, Social Science and Medicine 216 (2018), 10-19 and Paolo Prosperi et al., ‘Adaptation starategies of small-scale fisheries within changing market and regulatory conditions in the EU’, Marine Policy 100 (2019), 316-323.

Nick Gallent, Iqbal Hamiduddin, Phoebe Stirling and John Kelsey, ‘Prioritising local housing needs through land-use planning in rural areas: Political theatre or amenity protection?’, Journal of Rural Studies 66 (2019), 11-20.

Joanie Willett, Rebecca Tidy, Garry Tregidga and Philip Passmore, ‘Why did Cornwall vote for Brexit? Assessing the implications for EU structural funding programmes’, Environment and Planning C: Politics and Space, online, 2019.

Matteo Ravasio, ‘Food landscapes; an object-centered model of food appreciation’, The Monist 101 (2018), 309-323.

Isabelle Cloquet, Marco Palomino, Gareth Shaw, Gemma Stephen and Tim Taylor, ‘Disability, social inclusion and the marketing of tourist attractions’, Journal of Sustainable Tourism 26.2 (2018), 221-237.

Bart Zwegers, ‘Goldmine or bottomless pitt? Exploiting Cornwall’s mining heritage’, Journal of Tourism, Heritage & Services Marketing 4 (1) (2018), pp.15-22.

Emily Beaumont and David Brown, ‘“It’s the sea and the beach more than anything for me”: local surfer’s [sic] and the construction of community and communitas in a rural Cornish seaside village’, Journal of Rural Studies 59 (2018), 58-66.

Marco Di Cataldo, ‘The impact of EU Objective 1 funds on regional development: evidence from the UK and the prospect of Brexit’, Journal of Regional Science 57 (2017), 814-839.