Dr Tom Hall
Recent publications include:
Coffey, A. & T. Hall (eds) 2010. Researching Young People. Major Works Series (3 vols.). London: Sage. (forthcoming)
Hall, T. 2003 Better Times Than This: Youth Homelessness in Britain. London: Pluto Press.
Hall, T. 2009. Footwork: moving and knowing in local space(s). Qualitative Research. 9 (5). (in press)
Hall, T., A. Coffey & B. Lashua. 2009. Steps and stages: rethinking transitions in youth and place. Journal of Youth Studies (Special issue: Youth, Class and Place). 12 (5) pp. 547-561.
Hall, T. 2008. Hurt and the city: landscapes of urban violence. Social Anthropology/Anthropologie Sociale (Special issue: Landscapes of Violence – Unmaking, Forgetting and Erasing the Other). 16 (1) pp. 63-76.
Hall, T., B. Lashua & A. Coffey. 2008. Sound and the everyday in qualitative research. Qualitative Inquiry. 14 (6) pp. 1019-1040.
Hall, T. & A. Coffey. 2007. Learning selves and citizenship: gender and youth transitions. Journal of Social Policy. 36 (2) pp. 279-296.
Hall, T. 2006. Out of work and house and home: contested youth in an English homeless hostel. Ethnos. 71 (2) pp. 143-163.
Other publications include:
Chaney, P., T. Hall & A. Pithouse (eds) 2001. New Governance - New Democracy? Cardiff: University of Wales Press.
Hall, T., B. Lashua & A. Coffey 2006. Stories as sorties. Qualitative Researcher. 3 pp. 2-4 .
Hall, T. 2005. Nor miser nor monk: begging, benefits and the free gift. Sociological Research Online. 10 (4).
Hall, T. 2002. Savages and scroungers: underclass fears in England at the close of the 19th and 20th centuries. Anthropology in Action 8, 3-9.
Hall, T. 2000. At home with the young homeless. International Journal of Social Research Methodology 3, 121-133.
Hall, T. & H. Montgomery 2000. Home and away: 'childhood', 'youth' and young people. Anthropology Today 16, 13-15.
Hall, T., H. Williamson & A. Coffey. 2000. Young people, citizenship and the third way: a role for the youth service? Journal of Youth Studies 3, 461-472.
Chaney, P., T. Hall & B. Dicks 2000. Inclusive governance? The case of 'minority' and voluntary sector groups and the National Assembly for Wales. Contemporary Wales 13, 203-229
Hall, T., A. Coffey & H. Williamson. 1999. Self, space and place: youth identities and citizenship. British Journal of Sociology of Education 20, 501-513.
Hall, T., H. Williamson & A. Coffey 1998. Conceptualizing citizenship: young people and the transition to adulthood. Journal of Education Policy 13, 301-315.
Hall, T. 2009. Shooting Billy Wordsworth. Review Essay. Cultural Sociology (forthcoming).
Hall, T. 2004. Through a Glass Darkly: Undercover in Low-Pay Britain and America. Review Essay. Sociology 38 (3), 623-630.
Hall, T. 2002. Soulside - Inquiries into Ghetto Culture and Community. Review Essay. Qualitative Social Work 1, 249-254.
Hall, T. 2009. Urban outreach and the polyrhythmic city. In T. Edensor (ed) Geographies of Rhythm. Farnham: Ashgate. (in press)
Hall, T. & B. Lashua. 2006 Sounding the city. In J. Savage (ed.) Star Radio. CBAT Arts and Regeneration Agency: Cardiff.
Hall, T. 2001. Caught not taught: ethnographic research at a young people's accommodation project. In I. Shaw & N. Gould(eds.) Qualitative Research in Social Work. London: Sage.
Hall, T., B. Dicks & A. Pithouse 2001. The voluntary sector and the National Assembly for Wales. In P. Chaney, T. Hall & A. Pithouse (eds.) New Governance - New Democracy?. Cardiff: University of Wales Press.
Chaney, P., T. Hall & A. Pithouse 2001. New governance - new democracy? In P. Chaney, T. Hall & A. Pithouse (eds.) New Governance - New Democracy?. Cardiff: University of Wales Press.
Pithouse, A. P. Chaney & T. Hall 2001. Reading the runes. In P. Chaney, T. Hall & A. Pithouse (eds.) New Governance - New Democracy?. Cardiff: University of Wales Press.