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In-text: (Baxter and Brickell, 2014)
Your Bibliography: Baxter, R. and Brickell, K. (2014). For Home UnMaking. Home Cultures, 11(2), pp.133-143.
In-text: (Bell and Valentine, 2004)
Your Bibliography: Bell, D. and Valentine, G. (2004). Mapping Desire: geographies of sexualities. 2nd ed. Taylor & Francis.
In-text: (Bell et al., 1994)
Your Bibliography: Bell, D., Binnie, J., Cream, J. and Valentine, G. (1994). All hyped up and no place to go. Gender, Place & Culture, 1(1), pp.31-47.
In-text: (Binnie and Valentine, 1999)
Your Bibliography: Binnie, J. and Valentine, G. (1999). Geographies of sexuality - a review of progress. Progress in Human Geography, 23(2), pp.175-187.
In-text: (Blunt, 2005)
Your Bibliography: Blunt, A. (2005). Cultural geography: cultural geographies of home. Progress in Human Geography, 29(4), pp.505-515.
In-text: (Blunt and Varley, 2004)
Your Bibliography: Blunt, A. and Varley, A. (2004). Geographies of home. cultural geographies, 11(1), pp.3-6.
In-text: (De Craene, 2017)
Your Bibliography: De Craene, V. (2017). Geographies of Sexualities: Bodies, Spatial Encounters and Emotions. Tijdschrift voor economische en sociale geografie, 108(3), pp.261-274.
In-text: (Ellis, 2008)
Your Bibliography: Ellis, S. (2008). Diversity and inclusivity at university: a survey of the experiences of lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans (LGBT) students in the UK. Higher Education, 57(6), pp.723-739.
In-text: (Lewis, 2012)
Your Bibliography: Lewis, N. (2012). Remapping disclosure: gay men's segmented journeys of moving out and coming out. Social & Cultural Geography, 13(3), pp.211-231.
In-text: (Mai and King, 2009)
Your Bibliography: Mai, N. and King, R. (2009). Love, Sexuality and Migration: Mapping the Issue(s). Mobilities, 4(3), pp.295-307.
In-text: (National Union of Students, 2014)
Your Bibliography: National Union of Students (2014). Education Beyond the Straight and Narrow: LGBT student's experience in higher education. [online] NUS. Available at: https://www.nus.org.uk/global/lgbt-research.pdf [Accessed 4 Mar. 2018].
In-text: (PILKEY, 2012)
Your Bibliography: PILKEY, B. (2012). LGBT Homemaking in London, UK: The Embodiment of Mobile Homemaking Imaginaries. Geographical Research, 51(2), pp.159-165.
In-text: (Reed et al., 2009)
Your Bibliography: Reed, B., Rhodes, S., Schofield, P. and Wylie, K. (2009). Gender Variance in the UK: Prevalence, Incidence, Growth and Geographic Distribution. [online] GIRES. Available at: http://www.gires.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2014/10/GenderVarianceUK-report.pdf [Accessed 4 Mar. 2018].
In-text: (Renn, 2010)
Your Bibliography: Renn, K. (2010). LGBT and Queer Research in Higher Education: The State and Status of the Field. Educational Researcher, 39(2), pp.132-141.
In-text: (Schroeder, 2015)
Your Bibliography: Schroeder, C. (2015). Sanctuary or prison: queer youth and the family, household and home. Social & Cultural Geography, 16(7), pp.783-797.
In-text: (Torraco, 2005)
Your Bibliography: Torraco, R. (2005). Writing Integrative Literature Reviews: Guidelines and Examples. Human Resource Development Review, 4(3), pp.356-367.
In-text: (Valentine, 2008)
Your Bibliography: Valentine, G. (2008). Living with difference: reflections on geographies of encounter. Progress in Human Geography, 32(3), pp.323-337.
In-text: (Valentine, Skelton and Butler, 2003)
Your Bibliography: Valentine, G., Skelton, T. and Butler, R. (2003). Coming Out and Outcomes: Negotiating Lesbian and Gay Identities With, and in, the Family. Environment and Planning D: Society and Space, 21(4), pp.479-499.
In-text: (Waitt and Gorman-Murray, 2011)
Your Bibliography: Waitt, G. and Gorman-Murray, A. (2011). “It's About Time You Came Out”: Sexualities, Mobility and Home. Antipode, 43(4), pp.1380-1403.
In-text: (WAITT and GORMAN-MURRAY, 2010)
Your Bibliography: WAITT, G. and GORMAN-MURRAY, A. (2010). Journeys and Returns: Home, Life Narratives and Remapping Sexuality in a Regional City. International Journal of Urban and Regional Research, 35(6), pp.1239-1255.
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