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Paul Maginn

Dr Paul Maginn

Senior Lecturer/Program Coordinator (Urban and Regional Planning)
School of Earth and Environment

Contact details
School of Earth and Environment
The University of Western Australia (M004)
35 Stirling Highway
6488 2711
BSc Ulster, GradDip(TownPlanning) Belf., PhD S.Bank
Key research
Urban regeneration; community participation; race/ethnic issues in urban and housing policy; qualitative research methods; Northern Irish migrants.
Maginn, P. J. (forthcoming) 'Negotiating and Securing Access', Field Methods.

Maginn, P. J., Thompson, S and Tonts, M. (forthcming) (eds) Qualitative Urban Analysis: A International Perspective, London: Elsevier Publishing

Habibis, D., Atkinson, R., Dunbar, T., Goss, D., Easthope, H. and Maginn, P. (2007) A Sustaining Tenancies Approach to Managing Demanding Behaviour in Public Housing: A Good Practice Guide, Melbourne: AHURI.

Maginn, P. J. (2007) 'Towards more effective community participation? The potential of collaborative planning and applied ethnography', Qualitative Research, Vol. 7, No.1:25-43.

Maginn, P. J. (2006) 'Urban policy through a qualitative lens: Overview to Special Issue', Urban Policy and Research, Vol. 24, No.1:1-15

Ball, M. and Maginn, P. J. (2005) Urban change and Conflict: Evaluating the role of partnerships in urban regeneration in the UK', Housing Studies, Vol. 20, No.1:9-28.

Maginn, P. J. (2004) Urban Regeneration, Community Power and the (In)Significane of 'Race', Aldershot:Ashgate Publishing

Ball, M. and Maginn, P. J. (2004) 'The contradictions of urban policy: The case of the Single Regeneration Budget in London', Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy, Vol. 22:739-765.

Ball, M. Le Ny, L. and Maginn, P. J. (2003) Synergy in urban regeneration partnerships: Proprty agents' perspectives, Urban Studies, Vol. 40, No. 11:2239-2253.

Maginn, P. J., Paris, C. and Gray, P. (1999) Accommodating Irish Travellers: The public policy gap in sit provision and housing in Northern Ireland', Housing Studies, Vol. 14, No. 4:525-545
Member, Planning Institute of Australia
Previous positions
1. Lecturer, Urban and Regional Planning, University of South Australia (2005-2007).

2. Post-doctoral Research Fellow, Edith Cowan University (2003-2005)

3. Post-doctoral Research Fellow, London South Bank University (2002)

1. Professional Planning Skills
2. Planning and Governance
3. Professional Planning Practicum
4. Research Project
5. Social Geography and Planning
Current external positions
1. Editorial Board, Urban Policy and Research

2. Practice Reviews Editor (acting), Urban Policy and Research

3. Academic Sub-Committee Member, State of Australian Cities Conference 2007

4. REPLAN List Adminstrator
Useful links
Current projects
Maginn, P. J., Thompson, S. and Tonts, M. (eds) Qualitative Housing Analysis: A International Perspective, London: Elsevier

Faulkner, D. and Maginn, P. J. Scoping the Opportunities for Accessory Dwelling Units to Contribute to the Supply of Affordable Housing, Dept for Families and Communities, South Australian Government.
Research profile
Research profile and publications

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