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Campbell, Graham. ‘GARA [Glasgow Anti-Racist Alliance] Response to “Delivering a Lasting Legacy for Scotland” – The Scottish Government Consultation on the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games’, 2008.  GC’s_Gara_Commonwealth_Games_report_May_2008_Final_2

Durie, Nick. ‘Maryhill – The Future of a Working-Class Community in North-West Glasgow’. Available at: http://www.citystrolls.com/z-temp/z-pages/maryhill.htm

Gray, Neil. ‘The Clyde Gateway: A New Urban Frontier?’, Variant magazine, 2008.http://www.variant.org.uk/33texts/3_V33gray.html

Gray, Neil. ‘CG 2014: Formulary for a Skewed Urbanism’, Mute magazine, 2009.http://www.metamute.org/en/content/cg_2014_formulary_for_a_skewed_urbanism

Gray, Neil. ‘The Tyranny of Rent’, Variant magazine, 2010. http://www.variant.org.uk/pdfs/issue37_38/V37rentyrany.pdf

Gray, Neil and Mooney, Gerry. ‘Glasgow’s New Urban Frontier: “Civilising” the Population of ‘Glasgow East’, City Magazine, 2011. CityGlasgowEastFeb2011[1]

Gray, Neil, ‘Reproduction, Reproduction, Reproduction: Beyond the Factory Desert’, Shift magazine, Issue 14, January-May 2012. http://shiftmag.co.uk/?p=616

Gray, Neil and French, Leigh, ‘The Empire in Miniature’, Scottish Left Review, http://www.scottishleftreview.org/li/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=318&Itemid=1

McCartney et al, ‘The health and socio-economic impacts of major multi-sports events: a systematic review’, BMJ 2010;340:c2369http://www.bmj.com/cgi/content/full/340/may19_4/c2369

Mooney, Gerry. ‘The “Broken Society” Election: Class Hatred and the Politics of Poverty and Place in Glasgow East’. SPSGlasgowEast2009[1]

Porter, Libby. ‘Planning Displacement: The Real Legacy of Major Sporting Events’, Planning Theory and Practice, 2009. Planning_and_displacement_Interface_PTP_10.3

Cumbers, Andy; Helms, Gesa; Keenan, Marilyn. ‘Beyond Aspiration: Young People and decent work in the de-industrialised city’ (Discussion paper), 2009.http://www.variant.org.uk/events/Doc7Poverty/BeyondAspiration.pdf

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