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Prof. John HORTON

  • Job title: Professor
  • Department: Social Sciences - Comm. Justice & Development

General information

Dr. John Horton is Associate Professor in Human Geography and Associate Director of the Centre for Children and Youth (CCY) at the University of Northampton. He is also Research Leader and Research Ethics Chair in the School of Social Sciences. John is a Cultural Geographer with a research specialism in relation to children and young people’s geographies. He is Editor of two international academic journals: Children’s Geographies, and Social and Cultural Geography. He is co-author of the book Cultural Geographies (Routledge, 2013), and Series Editor of a new major book series on Spaces of Childhood and Youth (Routledge, 2015-20). John has been Principal or Co-Investigator on more than thirty funded research/evaluation projects with children and young people in the UK. For example, he has been Co-Investigator on three major, interdisciplinary research projects funded by ESRC (Economic and Social Research Council) and AHRC (Arts and Humanities Research Council). Before moving to the University of Northampton, John completed a BSc and ESRC-funded MSc/Doctorate in the School for Geographical Sciences at the University of Bristol.

Qualifications

  • 2004 PhD in Human Geography (Children's Everyday Popular Cultural Consumption: things, practices, spacings, times) University of Bristol (ESRC studentship)
  • 1999 MSc in Society and Space (with Distinction), University of Bristol (ESRC studentship)
  • 1998 BSc Geography (first class honours), University of Bristol 

Employment

  • 2010-present Senior Lecturer in Social Sciences (Centre for Children and Youth), The University of Northampton
  • 2005-2010 Lecturer in Social Sciences (Centre for Children and Youth), The University of Northampton
  • 2000-2005 Research Assistant, Centre for Children and Youth, University College Northampton

Teaching

John is Associate Professor in Human Geography and currently contributes to the following undergraduate modules: 

  • GEO1006 Introducing Human Geographies 
  • GEO2028 Issues in Human Geography 
  • GEO2029 Approaches to Research in Human Geography 
  • GEO4007/8 Geography/Human Geography Dissertation 

John currently supervises five postdoctoral students. John has previously co-supervised four doctoral students to successful completion. ​

  • 2005- Michelle Pyer - Play, space and teenage wheelchair users
  • 2007- Matthew Callender (University Studentship) Urban lives of young East European migrants
  • 2008- Lee Dunkley (Local Authority Studentship) Community Geographer MPhil
  • 2011- Rebekah Ryder (University Studentship) Young people in 'mixed' communities

Research

John is Associate Director of the Centre for Children and Youth (CCY), and also Research Leader and Research Ethics Chair in the School of Social Sciences. John’s main research areas are fourfold. 

Spaces of care and service-provision 

John has a major research interest in the processes through which spaces, services and policies for children, young people and families are produced, regulated and lived-with, particularly ‘in the current climate’ of austerity politics in the UK. He has been Principal or Co-Investigator on a large number of funded studies of diverse youth organisations, public libraries, Sure Start Children’s Centres, youth involvement projects, spaces of care, and spaces of learning/teaching in the UK. For example, in 2007-09 he collaborated with colleagues from Coventry University and University of Leicester on a major AHRC/ESPSRC-funded study of pupil participation in school building (re)design and renewal policies in the UK. He is currently co-editing books on children, young people and care (for Routlege) and young people and austerities (for Policy Press). 

Everyday geographies of sustainable urbanism 

In 2009-13 Dr Horton collaborated with Prof. Pia Chrstensen (University of Leeds), Prof. Peter Kraftl (University of Leicester) and Dr. Sophie Hadfield-Hill (University of Birmingham) on the major ESRC-funded New Urbanisms, New Citizens study of children and young people’s lives, mobilities and participation in new, large-scale urban developments constituted by the Sustainable Communities agenda in England. They are currently co-authoring a book (for Routledge), and an extensive programme of publications and outputs, from the project. John is also Mentor for Dr. Sophie Hadfield-Hill’s ESRC Future Research Leader project on New Urbanisms in India, and a member of the ESRC-funded Sharing Futures/Partilhandø Futurøs knowledge exchange programme between Brazilian Engineering Scientists and British Human Geographers. 

Children and young people’s play and popular culture 

John has a longstanding research interest in relation to children and young people’s play. On one hand he has completed a number of large-scale funded projects focusing on diverse designated ‘play-spaces’, which he has written up as a sequence of peer-reviewed papers about the complex, bodily, everyday, social-material, emotional-affective, often-exclusionary geographies of outdoor play. On the other hand, he has written a series of peer-reviewed papers about children and young people’s engagements with different forms of popular culture (e. g. children’s TV, pop music, toys, books, collectables). This line of work began with his ESRC-funded doctoral research, and will continue via a forthcoming monograph for Routledge (sales pitch: will feature geographies of Disney princesses, Star Wars figures, football stickers, death metal and Postman Pat). 

Thinking-writing-doing children’s geographies 

With Prof. Peter Kraftl (University of Leicester) Dr Horton has written a range of conceptual, critical and methodological reflections upon subdisciplinary work on geographies of children and young people. Their collaborative work has chiefly, though not uncritically, developed through engagements with nonrepresentational theories in Social and Cultural Geography. In their continuing work, they have sought to develop playful, creative, autoethnographic, multiperspectival styles of thinking-writing-doing in order to acknowledge the complexities of everyday, bodily, social-material, emotional-affective geographies.​

Publications

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2016

  1. Alexander, J., Callaghan, J., Sixsmith, J. and Fellin, L. (2016) Children’s corporeal agency and use of space in situations of domestic violence. In: Horton, J., Evans, B. and Skelton, T. (eds.) Play, Recreation, Health and Well Being; Vol. 9 of Skelton, T. (ed.) Geographies of Children and Young People. Singapore: Springer. pp. 1-21.

2015

  1. Callaghan, J., Fellin, L. and Alexander, J. (2015) Mental health of looked-after children: embodiment and use of space. In: Evans, B., Horton, J. and Skelton, T. (eds.) Play, Recreation, Health and Well Being. Singapore: Springer. pp. 1-20.

2014

  1. McKendrick, J., Horton, J., Kraftl, P. and Else, P. (2014) Bursting the bubble or opening the door? Appraising the impact of austerity on playwork and playwork practitioners in the UK. Journal of Playwork Practice. 1, pp. 61-69. 2053-1621.
  2. Kraftl, P., Horton, J. and Tucker, F. (2014) Children's geographies. Oxford Bibliographies Online: Childhood Studies.
  3. Horton, J. and Tucker, F. (2014) Disabilities in academic workplaces: experiences of human and physical geographers. Transactions of The Institute of British Geographers. 39(1), pp. 76-89. 1475-5661.
  4. Horton, J. (2014) For geographies of children, young people and popular culture. Geography Compass. 8(10), pp. 726-738. 1749-8198.
  5. Horton, J., Christensen, P., Kraftl, P. and Hadfield-Hill, S. (2014) ‘Walking ... just walking’: how children and young people’s everyday pedestrian practices matter. Social and Cultural Geography. 15(1), pp. 94-115. 1464-9365.

2013

  1. Horton, J., Hadfield-Hill, S., Christensen, P. and Kraftl, P. (2013) Children, young people and sustainability: introduction to special issue. Local Environment: The International Journal of Justice and Sustainability. 18(3), pp. 249-254. 1354-9839.
  2. Hadfield-Hill, S. and Horton, J. (2013) Children’s experiences of participating in research: emotional moments together? Children’s Geographies. 1473-3285. (In Press)
  3. Robson, E., Horton, J. and Kraftl, P. (2013) Children’s geographies: reflecting on our first ten years. Children's Geographies. 11(1), pp. 1-6. 1473-3285.
  4. Horton, J. and Kraftl, P. (2013) Cultural Geographies. London: Routledge. 9780415740166.
  5. Kraftl, P., Christensen, P., Horton, J. and Hadfield-Hill, S. (2013) Living on a building site: young people's experiences of emerging 'sustainable communities' in England. Geoforum. 50, pp. 191-199. 0016-7185.
  6. Horton, J., Tucker, F. and Coates, S. (2013) Supporting students' transitions from first to second year. In: Tate, S. and Hopkins, P. (eds.) Re-thinking Undergraduate Students' Transitions To, Through and Out of University: Examples of Good Practice in GEES Disciplines. York: Higher Education Academy. p. 15.
  7. Horton, J., Tucker, F. and Coates, S. (2013) Supporting undergraduates' transitions to year 2: banishing the "second year blues". In: Clark, R., Andrews, J., Thomas, L. and Aggarwal, R. (eds.) Compendium of Effective Practice in Higher Education: Volume 2. Birmingham and York: Aston University and the Higher Education Academy. pp. 148-151.

2012

  1. Horton, J. (2012) 'Got my shoes, got my Pokémon': spaces of children's popular culture. Geoforum. 43(1), pp. 4-13. 0016-7185.
  2. Horton, J. and Kraftl, P. (2012) Clearing out a cupboard: memory, materiality and transitions. In: Jones, O. and Garde-Hansen, J. (eds.) Geography and Memory: Explorations in Identity, Place and Becoming. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. pp. 25-44.
  3. Kraftl, P., Horton, J. and Tucker, F. (2012) Concluding reflections: what next and where next for critical geographies of youth policy and practice? In: Kraftl, P., Horton, J. and Tucker, F. (eds.) Critical Geographies of Childhood and Youth: Contemporary Policy and Practice. Bristol: Policy Press. pp. 265-270.
  4. Kraftl, P., Horton, J. and Tucker, F., (eds.) (2012) Critical Geographies of Childhood and Youth: Contemporary Policy and Practice. Bristol: Policy Press. 9781847428455.
  5. Kraftl, P., Horton, J. and Tucker, F. (2012) Editors' introduction to: Critical Geographies of Childhood and Youth. In: Kraftl, P., Horton, J. and Tucker, F. (eds.) Critical Geographies of Childhood and Youth: Contemporary Policy and Practice. Bristol: Policy Press. pp. 1-24.
  6. Tucker, F. and Horton, J. (2012) Experiences of GEES staff with mental health conditions. Planet. 26, pp. 19-22. 1758-3608.
  7. Horton, J. and Kraftl, P. (2012) School building redesign: everyday spaces, Transformational policy discourses. In: Brooks, R., Fuller, A. and Waters, J. (eds.) Changing Spaces of Education: New Perspectives on the Nature of Learning. London: Routledge. pp. 114-134.

2011

  1. den Besten, O., Horton, J., Adey, P. and Kraftl, P. (2011) Claiming events of school (re)design: materialising the promise of Building Schools for the Future. Social and Cultural Geography. 12(1), pp. 9-26. 1464-9365.
  2. Horton, J. and Kraftl, P. (2011) Tears and laughter at a Sure Start Centre: pre-school geographies, policy contexts. In: Holt, L. (ed.) Geographies of Children, Youth and Families: An International Perspective. London: Routledge. pp. 235-249.
  3. Crafter, S., Horton, J., Durbin, S. and Maunder, R. (2011) Understanding the experiences of students who are parents. Poster presented to: Learning Global - Fourth Learning & Teaching Conference, University of Northampton, 11 May 2011.
  4. Horton, J., Hadfield-Hill, S., Kraftl, P. and Christensen, P. (2011) Young people and ‘sustainable’ urban design: experiences, perceptions and urban myths. Seminar Presentation presented to: Children, Young People and Sustainability, Centre for Children and Youth, The University of Northampton, 08 September 2011. Also presented as an Invited Presentation to: Building New Collaborations in Eco-Housing Research and Practice: Geography, Architecture and Environmental Sciences Workshop, University of Leicester, 29 September 2011

2010

  1. Pyer, M., Horton, J., Tucker, F., Ryan, S. and Kraftl, P. (2010) Guest editor. Children's Geographies. Special Issue: Children, young people and 'disability': challenging children's geographies? 8(1) Routledge/Taylor & Francis. 1473-3285.
  2. Horton, J. (2010) 'The best thing ever': how children's popular culture matters. Social and Cultural Geography. 11(4), pp. 377-398. 1464-9365.
  3. Pyer, M., Horton, J., Tucker, F., Ryan, S. and Kraftl, P. (2010) Children, young people and 'disability': challenging children's geographies? Children's Geographies. 8(1), pp. 1-8. 1473-3285.
  4. Tucker, F. and Horton, J. (2010) It's difficult to admit you have a problem: undisclosed mental health problems in the GEES disciplines. Paper presented to: Geography, Earth and Environmental Sciences Higher Education Academy Subject Centre 10th Anniversary Conference, Plymouth, England, 07-09 July 2010.
  5. Hadfield-Hill, S., Horton, J., Kraftl, P. and Christensen, P. (2010) Living in a 'sustainable' community: new spaces, new behaviours? Paper presented to: Royal Geographical Society (with Institute of British Geographers) Annual Conference, London, England, 01-03 September 2010.
  6. Horton, J. and Tucker, F. (2010) Some good days, some low days: experiences of disability in academic workplaces. Paper presented to: Royal Geographical Society (with Institute of British Geographers) Annual Conference, London, England, 01-03 September 2010.
  7. Horton, J., Kraftl, P. and Tucker, F. (2010) Spaces-in-the-making, childhoods-on-the-move. In: Foley, P. and Leverett, S. (eds.) Children and Young People's Spaces: Developing Practice. Basingstoke, England: Palgrave Macmillan. pp. 40-57.
  8. Horton, J., Tucker, F. and Coates, S. (2010) The 'second year blues'? Undergraduates' transitions from year 1 and year 2. Poster presented to: University of Northampton Learning and Teaching Conference: Learning Dialogues, University of Northampton, 13 May 2010.
  9. Pilkington, A., Armstrong, S. C., Hagley-Dickinson, L. and Horton, J. (2010) The degree attainment of BME students: student and staff perceptions.

2009

  1. den Besten, O., Horton, J., Kraftl, P. and Adey, P. (2009) Building a 'box': discourses of school design in the UK. Design Principles and Practices. 3(5), pp. 95-103. 1833-1874.
  2. Horton, J., Armstrong, S. C., Pilkington, A., Bell, V. and Matthews, M. H. (2009) Experiences and perceptions of Spring Lane Sure Start Children's Centre. (Unpublished)
  3. Pilkington, A., Mansukhani, N., Armstrong-Hallam, S., Horton, J. and Bell, V. (2009) Full equality impact assessment of admissions policy at the University of Northampton. (Unpublished)
  4. Horton, J., Kraftl, P., Woodcock, A., Newman, M., Kinross, M., Adey, P. and den Besten, O. (2009) Involving pupils in school design: a guide for local authorities and architects.
  5. Horton, J., Kraftl, P., Woodcock, A., Newman, M., Kinross, M., Adey, P. and den Besten, O. (2009) Involving pupils in school design: a guide for schools.
  6. Evans, B., Horton, J. and Kraftl, P. (2009) Life going on and on: time, embodiment and ageing. Paper presented to: Annual Conference of Royal Geographical Society and Institute of British Geographers, Manchester, 26-28 August 2009.
  7. Horton, J., den Besten, O. and Kraftl, P. (2009) Pupil 'participation' in school (re)design: the toilet door question. Exhibition presented to: 2nd International Conference on Geographies of Children, Youth and Families, Barcelona, Spain, 16-18 July 2009.
  8. Kraftl, P. and Horton, J. (2009) Pupil 'participation' in school (re)design: the views of Local Authorities. Paper presented to: Geographies of Education Conference, Loughborough, 08-09 September 2009.
  9. Woodcock, A., Kraftl, P., Horton, J., Adey, P., Kinross, M., Newman, M. and den Besten, O. (2009) Realising participatory design with children and young people: a case study in design and refurbishment in schools. In: Inns, T. (ed.) Designing for the 21st century, Vol.2: Interdisciplinary Methods and Findings. Farnham: Ashgate. pp. 225-237.
  10. Horton, J. and Kraftl, P. (2009) Small acts, kind words and "not too much fuss": implicit activisms. Emotion, Space and Society. 2(1), pp. 14-23. 1755-4586.
  11. Campbell, J., Bell, V., Armstrong, S. C., Horton, J., Mansukhani, N., Matthews, M. H. and Pilkington, A. (2009) The impact of the Duke of Edinburgh's Award on young people. (Unpublished)
  12. Barker, J., Kraftl, P., Horton, J. and Tucker, F. (2009) The road less travelled - new directions in children's and young people's mobility. Mobilities. 4(1), pp. 1-10. 1745-0101.
  13. Horton, J. and Kraftl, P. (2009) Time for bed! Rituals, practices and affects in children's bed-time routines. In: Colls, R. and Horschelmann, K. (eds.) Contested Bodies of Childhood and Youth. Basingstoke: Palgrave. pp. 215-231.
  14. Kraftl, P. and Horton, J. (2009) Urban representation/imagination. In: Kitchen, R. and Thrift, N. (eds.) International Encyclopaedia of Human Geography. Oxford: Elsevier Science. pp. 94-100.
  15. Horton, J. (2009) What (else) matters? Policy contexts, affecting encounters, toddlers' geographies. Seminar Presentation presented to: University of Aberdeen Social Sciences Seminar Series, Aberdeen, Scotland, 29 October 2009.
  16. Horton, J. and Kraftl, P. (2009) What (else) matters? Policy contexts, emotional geographies. Environment and Planning A. 41(12), pp. 2984-3002. 0308-518X.
  17. Kraftl, P. and Horton, J. (2009) Young people and 'self-esteem': talk, emotions and being-in-the-world. Paper presented to: 2nd International Conference on Geographies of Children, Youth and Families, Barcelona, Spain, 16-18 July 2009.

2008

  1. Horton, J. (2008) A 'sense of failure'? Everydayness and research ethics. Children's Geographies. 6(4), pp. 363-383. 1473-3285.
  2. Armstrong, S. C., Horton, J., Mansukhani, N., Matthews, M. H., Pilkington, A. and Kraftl, P. (2008) Evaluation of Partnership Through Learning Programme (PTLP), Northamptonshire: research with key professionals. (Unpublished)
  3. Armstrong, S. C., Horton, J., Mansukhani, N., Pilkington, A. and Kraftl, P. (2008) Evaluation of Partnership Through Learning Programme (PTLP), Northamptonshire: research with young people and parents. (Unpublished)
  4. Pilkington, A., Horton, J., Armstrong, S. C., Hagley-Dickinson, L., Maskhani, N., Matthews, M. H., Sneddon, S. and Smithers, N. (2008) Feasibility study for establishing an enforcement mechanism for the use of polycarbonate vessels in Northampton's 'leisure zone'.
  5. Horton, J., Armstrong, S. C., Bell, V., Mansukhani, N., Matthews, M. H. and Pilkington, A. (2008) Free Maps for 11 Year Olds: national questionnaire survey of geography teachers in participating schools. (Unpublished)
  6. Horton, J., Armstrong, S. C., Bell, V., Mansukhani, N., Matthews, M. H. and Pilkington, A. (2008) Free Maps for 11 Year Olds: questionnaire survey of geography teachers in participating schools in Scotland. (Unpublished)
  7. Horton, J. and Kraftl, P. (2008) Mapping fun: complex, everyday geographies of children's outdoor play. Invited Presentation presented to: Association of American Geographers Annual Conference, Boston, Mass., USA, 14-19 April 2009.
  8. Horton, J. (2008) Postman Pat and me: everyday encounters with an icon of idyllic rurality. Journal of Rural Studies. 24(4), pp. 399-408. 0743-0167.
  9. Horton, J. (2008) Producing Postman Pat: the popular cultural construction of idyllic rurality. Journal of Rural Studies. 24(4), pp. 389-398. 0743-0167.
  10. den Besten, O., Horton, J. and Kraftl, P. (2008) Pupil involvement in school (re)design: participation in policy and practice. Co-Design. 4(4), pp. 197-210. 1571-0882.
  11. Horton, J. and Kraftl, P. (2008) Reflections on geographies of age. Area. 40(2), pp. 284-288. 0004-0894.
  12. Horton, J. and Kraftl, P. (2008) Representing geographies of children's sleep. Invited Presentation presented to: Georgraphies of Children's Sleep Conference, University of Leicester, 18 March 2008.
  13. Kraftl, P. and Horton, J. (2008) Spaces of every-night life: for geographies of sleep, sleeping and sleepiness. Progress in Human Geography. 6(4), pp. 509-524. 1473-3285.
  14. Horton, J., Armstrong, S. C., Burch, P., Caldwell, B., Mansukhani, N., Matthews, M. H. and Pilkington, A. (2008) Students' experiences of 'gender imbalance' in social sciences subjects. (Unpublished)
  15. Horton, J., Armstrong, S. C., Bell, V., Mansukhani, N., Matthews, M. H. and Pilkington, A. (2008) Teachers' usage of Mapzone and Ordnance Survey digital resources. (Unpublished)
  16. Horton, J., Kraftl, P. and Tucker, F. (2008) The challenges of 'children's geographies': a reaffirmation. Children's Geographies. 6(4), pp. 335-348. 1473-3285.
  17. den Besten, O., Horton, J., Adey, P. and Kraftl, P. (2008) The event(s) of school design. Paper presented to: Royal Geographical Society, with Institute of British Geographers (IBG), Annual International Conference, London, 27-29 August 2008.
  18. Kraftl, P. and Horton, J. (2008) The problem of 'children's geographies'. Invited Presentation presented to: Association of American Geographers Annual Conference, Boston, Mass., USA, 14-19 April 2008.
  19. Pilkington, A., Campbell, J., Armstrong, S. C., Horton, J. and Bell, V. (2008) The use of stop and search by Northamptonshire Police 2006-8. (Unpublished)
  20. Horton, J., Armstrong, S. C., Burch, P., Caldwell, B., Mansukhani, N., Matthews, M. H. and Pilkington, A. (2008) Where are the male Social Scientists? (Unpublished)
  21. Horton, J., Burch, P., Caldwell, B. and Mansukhani, N. (2008) Young males' (non-) participation in social science subjects. Invited Presentation presented to: National Boys into Higher Education Conference, Melton Mowbray, 4 June 2008.
  22. Kraftl, P., Horton, J. and Tucker, F. (2008) Youth matters? Critical geographies of youth policy and practice. Convenor presented to: Royal Geographical Society - IBG (Institute of British Geographers) Annual International Conference, London, 27-29 August 2008.
  23. Horton, J., Armstrong, S. C., Mansukhani, N., Matthews, M. H. and Pilkington, A. (2008) Youth volunteering in Northamptonshire: opportunities and barriers. (Unpublished)

2007

  1. Horton, J. (2007) Member of Editorial Board. Children's Geographies. Abingdon: Taylor & Francis. 1473-3285.
  2. Kraftl, P., Horton, J. and Tucker, F. (2007) Guest editor. Built Environment. Marcham, Oxon: Alexandrine Press. 0263-7969. Special issue: Children, Young People and Built Environments
  3. Kraftl, P. and Horton, J. (2007) 'The Health Event’: everyday, affective politics of participation. Geoforum. 38(5), pp. 1012-1027. 0016-7185.
  4. Kraftl, P., Horton, J. and Tucker, F. (2007) Children, young people and built environments. Built Environment. 33(4), pp. 399-404. 0263-7960.
  5. Pyer, M., Ryan, S., Horton, J., Kraftl, P. and Tucker, F. (2007) Children, young people and ‘disability’. Royal Geographical Society (with Institute of British Geographers) Annual International Conference, London, 28-31 August 2007.
  6. Kraftl, P., Pilkington, A., Armstrong, S. C., Begum, N., Horton, J. and Matthews, M. H. (2007) Equality and diversity at Northampton College: evaluation of student experiences. Report presented to Northampton College, January 2007. (Unpublished)
  7. Kraftl, P., Horton, J., Armstrong, S. C., Matthews, M. H. and Pilkington, A. (2007) Evaluation of U-Turn service, Northamptonshire. Report presented to Northamptonshire County Council Teenage Partnership Executive Group, March 2007 (Unpublished)
  8. Kraftl, P., Horton, J., Armstrong, S. C., Matthews, M. H. and Pilkington, A. (2007) Free Maps for 11 Year Olds: national focus groups survey of Year 11 and 12 pupils in participating schools. Report presented to Ordnance Survey, June 2007 (Unpublished)
  9. Kraftl, P., Horton, J., Armstrong, S. C., Matthews, M. H. and Pilkington, A. (2007) Free Maps for 11 Year Olds: national interview survey of geography teachers in participating schools. Report presented to Ordnance Survey, June 2007 (Unpublished)
  10. Horton, J., Kraftl, P., Armstrong, S. C., Matthews, M. H. and Pilkington, A. (2007) Free Maps for 11 Year Olds: national questionnaire survey of geography teachers in participating schools. Report presented to Ordnance Survey, June 2007 (Unpublished)
  11. Horton, J., Kraftl, P., Armstrong, S. C., Matthews, M. H. and Pilkington, A. (2007) Free Maps for 11 Year Olds: national questionnaire survey of pupils in Years 11 and 12. Report presented to Ordnance Survey, June 2007 (Unpublished)
  12. Kraftl, P., Horton, J., Armstrong, S. C., Matthews, M. H., Pilkington, A., Mansukhani, N., Bell, S., Derrington, C., Doveston, M., Howley, M., Jones, K., Rose, R., Smith, A., Waine, L. and Wolstenholme, C. (2007) Free Maps for 11 Year Olds: national survey of Special Educational Needs (SEN) schools. Report presented to Ordnance Survey, June 2007 (Unpublished)
  13. Horton, J. and Kraftl, P. (2007) Geographies of sleep/iness: an introduction. Paper presented to: Royal Geographical Society (with Institute of British Geographers) Annual International Conference, London, 28-31 August 2007.
  14. Horton, J. and Kraftl, P. (2007) Geographies of sleep/iness: sleep geographies of culture, economy and politics. Convenor presented to: Royal Geographical Society (with Institute of British Geographers) Annual International Conference, London, 28-31 August 2007.
  15. Horton, J. and Kraftl, P. (2007) How sleep matters: sleep and the production of socio-spatial norms. Paper presented to: Royal Geographical Society (with Institute of British Geographers) Annual International Conference, London, 28-31 August 2007.
  16. Horton, J. and Kraftl, P. (2007) More-than-childcare? Everyday, emotional geographies of a local Sure Start Centre. Paper presented to: First International Conference on Geographies of Children, Youth and Families, Reading, 17-18 September 2007.
  17. Horton, J., Kraftl, P., Matthews, M. H. and Armstrong, S. C. (2007) Northamptonshire visitor survey, 2006-2007. Report presented to Explore Northamptonshire Ltd, March 2007 (Unpublished)
  18. Horton, J., den Besten, O. and Kraftl, P. (2007) Pupil involvement in school (re)design: participation in policy and practice. Paper presented to: 3rd Access and Integration in Schools Conference, Coventry, 11 December 2007.
  19. Horton, J. (2007) Review of Literature: UK National Policy Context for Pupil Involvement in School (Re)design. Report presented to Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC)/Engineering and Physical Sciences Reseach Council (EPSRC) Designing for the 21st Century Programme (Unpublished)
  20. Pilkington, A., Armstrong, S. C., Horton, J. and Mansukhani, N. (2007) The Educational Achievement of Ethnic Groups in Northamptonshire. Report presented to Northamptonshire Race Equality Council, October 2007
  21. Horton, J., Kraftl, P., Mansukhani, N. and Matthews, M. H. (2007) Views and Visions of Young People in Northamptonshire. [Report presented to Northamptonshire Association of Youth Clubs, September 2007] (Unpublished)

2006

  1. Horton, J. and Kraftl, P. (2006) What else? Some more ways of thinking and doing ‘children’s geographies'. Children's Geographies. 4(1), pp. 69-95. 1473-3285.

2005

  1. Armstrong, S. C., Barker, J., Davey, R., Diosi, M., Horton, J., Kraftl, P., Lumsden, E., Marandet, E., Matthews, M. H., Murray, J., Pyer, M. and Smith, F. (2005) Evaluation of play provision and play needs in the London Borough of Redbridge. Northampton: Centre for Children and Youth.
  2. Horton, J. and Kraftl, P. (2005) For more-than-usefulness: six overlapping points about children’s geographies. Children's Geographies. 3(2), pp. 131-143. 1473-3285.

2003

  1. Horton, J. (2003) Different genres, different visions? The changing countryside in postwar British children’s literature. In: Cloke, P. (ed.) Country Visions. Harlow: Prentice Hall. pp. 73-92.

2001

  1. Horton, J. (2001) 'Do you get some funny looks when you tell people what you do?’ Muddling through some angsts and ethics of (being a male) researching with children. Ethics, Place and Environment: A Journal of Philosophy & Geography. 4(2), pp. 159-166. 1469-6703.
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