Journal Articles and Book Chapters

Ley, D. 2021 “A regional growth ecology, a great wall of capital, and a metropolitan housing market” Urban Studies, Vol. 58 (2): pp. 297-315. DOI: 10.1177/0042098019895226

Ley, D. 2020, “Housing Vancouver, 1972-2017: A personal urban geography” The Canadian Geographer, Vol. 64 (4) pp. 441-54.

Ley, D. and S.Y. Teo 2020. “Is comparative gentrification possible? Sceptical voices from Hong Kong” International Journal of Urban and Regional Research, Vol. 44 (1) pp.166-172.

Ley, D. and N. Lynch 2020. “The social geography of income polarisation in Metropolitan Vancouver, 1980-2015” in J. Grant, H. Ramos and A. Walks (eds.) Changing Neighbourhoods: Social and Spatial Polarization in Canadian Cities. Vancouver: UBC Press, pp. 127-148.

Grigoryeva, I. and D. Ley 2019. “The price ripple effect in the Vancouver housing market” Urban Geography, Vol. 40 (8) pp. 1168-1190.

Yang, Q. and D. Ley 2019. “Residential relocation and the remaking of socialist workers through
state-facilitated urban redevelopment in Chengdu, China” Urban Studies, Vol. 56(12), pp. 2480-98.

Ley, D. 2017 “Global China and the making of Vancouver’s residential property market” International Journal of Housing Policy, Vol. 17 (1) pp. 15-34. Reprinted in: Rogers, D. and Koh, S. Y. (eds.) The Globalisation of Real Estate. London: Routledge, 2018.

Ley, D. 2017 ‘Immigrant nation’ in P. Torteil (ed.) Reflections of Canada on its 150th. Birthday.  Vancouver, BC: PWIAS, pp. 220-225.

Dwyer, C., J. Tse and D. Ley. 2016 ‘‘Highway to Heaven’: the creation of a multicultural, religious landscape in suburban Richmond, British Columbia” Social and Cultural Geography, Vol 17 (5) pp. 667-693.

Jones, C. E. and D. Ley 2016 “Transit-oriented development and gentrification along Metro Vancouver’s low-income corridor” The Canadian Geographer, Vol 60 (1) pp. 9-22.

Ley, D. 2015 “Places, people and contexts” In S. Aitken and G. Valentine (eds.) Approaches to Human Geography 2nd edition. LA and London: Sage, pp. 224-30.Ley, D. and S. Y. Teo 2014 “Gentrification in Hong Kong? Epistemology vs. ontology” International Journal of Urban and Regional Research, Vol 38 (4) pp. 1286-1303

Ley, D. 2014 “Class, race and nationalism: intersecting sources of elite conflict in Vancouver” in K. Goode, P. Triadafilopoulos and L. Turgeon, eds. Segmented Cities? How Urban Contexts Shape Ethnic and Nationalist Politics. Vancouver: UBC Press, pp. 165-81.

Ho, E. and D. Ley 2014 “‘Middling’ Chinese returnees or immigrants from Canada? The ambiguity of return migration and claims to modernity” Asian Studies Review, Vol. 38 (1) pp. 36-52.

Ley, D. 2013 “Does transnationalism trump immigrant integration? Evidence from Canada’s links with East Asia” Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, Vol. 39 (6) pp. 921-38.

Ley, D. 2013 “Asian Immigration to Vancouver: from caste to class in socio-spatial differentiation?” in E. Fong N. Chiang, and N. Denton eds., Immigrant Adaptation in Multi-Ethnic Societies. New York: Routledge, pp. 54-63.

Ley, D. and J. Tse 2013. “Homo religiosus? Religion and immigrant subjectivities“ in Peter Hopkins, Lily Kong and Elizabeth Olson (eds.) Religion and Place: Identity, Community and Territory. New York: Springer, pp.149-165.

Ley, D. 2012 “Social mixing and the historical geography of gentrification” in G. Bridge, T. Butler and L. Lees (eds.) Mixed Communities:  Gentrification by Stealth? Bristol, UK: Policy Press, pp. 53-68.

Ley, D. 2012 “Waterfront redevelopment: global processes and local contingencies in Vancouver’s False Creek” in P. Dirkmeier and I. Helbrecht (eds.) New Urbanism: Life, Work and Space in the New Downtown. Aldershot, UK: Ashgate, pp. 47-60.

Ley, D. 2011 “Preface: Toward the Post-Secular City?” in J. Beaumont and C. Baker (eds.)  Postsecular Cities. London:   Continuum, pp. x-xii.

Ley, D. 2011.”Mobility” in J. Agnew and J. Duncan (eds.) Companion to Human Geography. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell, pp. 361-72.

Ley, D. 2011 “Transnational networks of business immigrants between East Asia and British Columbia” Our Diverse Cities, No. 8 (Spring), pp. 23-27.

Barnes, T., Hutton T., Ley D. and M. Moos 2011. “Transnationalism and transformation in the post-industrial metropolis: a study of Vancouver’ in L. Bourne, T. Hutton R. Shearmur and J.  Simmons (eds.) Trajectories of Change in Canadian Urban Regions: Processes, Implications, and New Policy Directions. Toronto: Oxford University Press, pp. 291-327.

Lynch, N. and D. Ley 2010. “The changing meanings of urban places” in T. Bunting, P. Filion and Walker (eds.) Canadian Cities in Transition. Toronto: Oxford University Press, pp. 325-41

Ley, D. 2010. “Multiculturalism: a Canadian defence” in S. Vertovec and S. Wessendorf (eds.) The Multiculturalism Backlash: European Discourses, Policies and Practices. London: Routledge, pp. 190-206.

Ley, D. 2009 “Transnationalism”, in International Encyclopedia of Human Geography, eds. R. Kitchin and N. Thrift. Oxford: Elsevier, Vol. 11, 388-393.

Ley, D. 2009. The Dictionary of Human Geography, 5th. Edition. R. Johnston, D. Gregory, G. Pratt, M. Watts & S. Whatmore (eds.).   Oxford: Blackwell.  Entries on: behavioural geography, gentrification, inner city, lifeworld, mental maps, multiculturalism, post-industrial city; post-industrial society, social geography, taken-for-granted world.

Lees, L. and Ley, D. 2008 “Introduction to special issue on gentrification and public policy” Urban Studies 45 (12): 2379-84.

Ley, D. and Dobson, C. 2008 “Are there limits to gentrification?” Urban Studies Vol. 45 (12): 2471-98.

Smith, H. and Ley, D. 2008 “Even in Canada? The multi-scalar construction and experience of  concentrated immigrant poverty in gateway cities” Annals, Association of American Geographers Vol. 98 (3), 686-713

Ley, D. 2008 “The immigrant church as an urban service hub” Urban Studies Vol. 45 (10): 2057-74.

Ley, D. 2008 “Post-multiculturalism?” in L. Hanley, B. Ruble and A. Garland (eds.) Immigration and Integration in Urban Communities: Renegotiating the City. Baltimore, MD and Washington, DC: Johns Hopkins University Press and Woodrow Wilson International Center Press, pp. 177-96.   Reprinted in G. Baumann and S. Vertovec (eds) Multiculturalism. London: Routledge (forthcoming).

Ley, D. 2007 “Countervailing immigration and domestic migration in gateway cities: Australian  and Canadian variations on an American theme” Economic Geography Vol. 83 (3), 231-54.

Ley, D. 2007 “Spatial and scalar issues in managing diversity in Canada’s cities” in K. Banting, T. Courchene, L. Seidle (eds.) Belonging? Diversity, Recognition and Shared Citizenship in Canada. Montreal: IRPP, 195-203.

Danyluk, M. and D. Ley 2007 ‘Modalities of the new middle class: ideology and behaviour in the journey-to-work from gentrified neighbourhoods’ Urban Studies Vol. 44 (11): 2195-2210.

Ley, D. 2006 “Hong Kong moves” Metropolis World Bulletin, Vol. 6 (September), 9-10.

Ley, D. 2006. “Explaining variations in business performance among immigrant entrepreneurs in Canada” Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, Vol. 32, 743-64.

Ley, D. 2006. “Canada as a competitor in the global market for immigrants” Horizons 9 (2), 67-9.

Ley, D. and Frost, H. 2006 “The inner city” in T. Bunting and P. Filion (eds.) Canadian Cities in Transition. 3rd. edition. Toronto: Oxford University Press, 192-210.

Hiebert, D. and Ley, D. 2006 “Introduction: the political economy of immigration” Tijdschrift voor Economische en Sociale Geografie, Vol. 97, 3-6.

Ley, D. 2006. “Places and contexts in the making of a geographer” in S. Aitken and G. Valentine (eds.) Philosophies, People, and Practices: An Introduction to Approaches in Human Geography. London: Sage, 178-83.

Hiebert, D. and Ley, D. 2006. “Characteristics of immigrant transnationalism in Vancouver” in Wong and V. Satzewich (eds.) Negotiating Borders and Belonging: Transnational Identities and Practices in Canada. Vancouver: UBC Press, 67-86.

Ley, D. and Kobayashi, A. 2005. “Back to Hong Kong: return migration or transnational sojourn?” Global Networks, Vol. 5, 111-128.  Reprinted in Denis Conway and Robert Potter (eds.) Return Migration of the Next Generations: 21st Century Transnational Mobility. Aldershot, UK and Burlington, USA:  Ashgate, 2009, 119-38.

Ley, D. 2005. ‘’The social geography of the service economy in gateway cities’ in P. Daniels, K. Ho and T. Hutton (eds.) Service Industries and Asia-Pacific Cities. London: Routledge,  77-92.

Ley, D. 2005. ‘Shaky borders? Transnational migrants as strategic actors’ in W. Zierhofer, O. Kramsch and H. van Houtum (eds.) Bordering Space. Aldershot, UK: Ashgate, 61-73.

Ley, D. 2004, “Transnational spaces and everyday lives” Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers Vol. 29, 151-64. Reprinted in A. Bailey and B. Yeoh (eds.) Migration, Society and Globalisation, TIBG Virtual Issue, 2014.

Ley, D. 2004. ‘The stranger’s life-world: the Chinese diaspora and immigrant entrepreneurs in Canada’ in T. Mels (ed.) Reanimating Places: A Geography of Rhythms, Aldershot, UK: Ashgate, 57-70.

Ley, D. and J. Waters 2004. “Transnational migration and the geographical imperative” in P.  Jackson et al. (ed.) Transnational Spaces. London: Routledge, 104-121.

Ley, D. 2003. ‘Artists, aestheticisation, and the field of gentrification’ Urban Studies Vol. 40, 2525-2542.

Ley, D. 2003 “Forgetting postmodernism? Recuperating a social history of local knowledge”  Progress in Human Geography Vol. 26, 537-60.

Ley, D. 2003 “Seeking homo economicus: The strange story of Canada’s Business Immigration Program” Annals, Association of American Geographers Vol. 93, 426-41.  Reprinted in Emily Carasco, Donald Galloway, Audrey Macklin, Sharryn Aiken (eds,) Immigration & Refugee Law: Cases and Materials. Toronto: Emond Montgomery Publications, 2006.

Beattie, L. and Ley, D. 2003. ‘The German immigrant church in Vancouver: Service provision and identity formation’ Die Erde, Vol. 134: 3-22. Reprinted in French in A. da Cunha and L. Matthey (eds.) La Ville et l’Urbain: des Savoirs Emergents. Lausanne: Presses Polytechniques et Universitaires Romandes, 2007, 291-319.

Hiebert, D. and D. Ley 2003. “Assimilation, cultural pluralism and social exclusion among ethno-cultural groups in Vancouver” Urban Geography Vol 24, 16-44.

Ley, D., Tutchener, J., and G. Cunningham 2002. “Immigration, polarisation or gentrification? Accounting for changing house prices and dwelling values in gateway cities” Urban Geography, Vol. 23, 703-27.

Ley, D. 2002. ‘Asian immigration, identity politics, and the Canadian housing market’ pp. 142-50 in T. McGee and D. Edgington (eds.) Australian and Canadian Approaches to Asia in an Era of Unstable Globalization. Vancouver: Institute of Asian Research, University of British Columbia.

Ley, D. 2002. “Mapping the metaphysical, plotting the pious: four new atlases of religion” Church History Vol. 71, 143-51.

Ley, D. and D. Hiebert 2001. “Immigration policy as population policy” The Canadian Geographer, Vol. 45: 120-25.

Ley, D., Olds, K., Murphy, P. and B. Randolph 2001. “Immigration and housing in Sydney and Vancouver” Progress in Planning, Vol. 55 (3): 141-52.

Ley, D. 2001. “Landscapes of dominance and affection” in P. Adams et al (eds.) Textures of Place: Exploring Humanist Geographies. Minneapolis: UMP, pp. 3-7.

Ley, D. and Tutchener, J. 2001. “Immigration, globalization and house prices in Canada’s gateway cities” Housing Studies, Vol. 16, 199-223.

Ley, D. and Mountz, A., 2001. “Interpretation and the crisis of representation in human geography” in C. Dwyer and M. Limb (eds.) Qualitative Methodologies for Geographers. London: Arnold, 234-47.

Ley, D. and Smith, H. 2000. ‘Immigration and deprivation in Canadian cities’ in D. Hoerder and R-O. Schultze (eds.) Socio-Cultural Problems in the Metropolis: Comparative Analyses. Hagen: ISL Verlag, pp. 57-78.

Ley, D. 2000. “Multicultural planning: Whose city, whose identity?” in K. Dosen and I. Molina (eds.) Divided Cities: Best practices for the Social Inclusion of Ethnic Minorities in Local Communities. Norrkoping, Sweden: PfMI, 25-34.

Ley, D. and Germaine, A. 2000. “Immigration and the changing social geography of Canadian cities” Plan Canada, Vol. 40 (4): 29-32.  Reprinted in J. Grant (ed.) A Reader in Canadian Planning: Linking Theory and Practice. Toronto: Nelson, 2007.

Ley, D. 2000. The Dictionary of Human Geography, 4th. Edition. R. Johnston, D. Gregory, G. Pratt, D. Smith (eds.).   Oxford: Blackwell. Entries on: behavioural geography, geography and religion, hegemony, mental maps, post-industrial city; post-industrial society, postmodernism, postmodernity; sacred and profane space, spectacle, townscape, urban renewal.

Ley, D. and Smith, H., 2000. “Relations between deprivation and immigrant groups in large Canadian cities.” Urban Studies, Vol. 37, 37-62.

Ley, D., 2000. “The inner city,” in T. Bunting and P. Filion (eds.) Canadian Cities in Transition, 2nd edition. Toronto: Oxford University Press, 274-302.

Ley, D., 1999. “Myths and meanings of immigration and the metropolis,” The Canadian Geographer, Vol. 43, p. 2-19

Ley, D., 1998. “Immigration, the metropolis, and the reinvention of Canada,” Zeitschrift für Kanada-Studien, Vol. 18, p. 101-113.

Ley, D., 1998. “Landscape frictions and identities in multicultural Vancouver,” in F. Toppen and J. van Weesep (eds.) People and Places: Changing Relations in Canada. Canada Cahiers No. 9. Nijmegen: ACSN, p. 9-24.

Ley, D., 1998. “The rhetoric of race and the politics of explanation in the Vancouver housing market,” in E. Laquian, A. Laquian and T. McGee (eds.) The Silent Debate: Asian Immigration and Racism in Canada. Vancouver: UBC Institute of Asian Research, p. 331-48.

Ley, D., 1998. “Revisiting The Black Inner City,” Progress in Human Geography, Vol. 21, p. 78-80.

Ley, D., 1998. “Postmodern epistemologies: Are we stuck with our relatives?” in H. Aay and S. Griffioen (eds.) Geography and Worldview: A Christian Reconnaissance. University Press of America, p. 19-36.

Ley, D. and H. Smith, 1997. “Immigration and poverty in Canadian Cities, 1971-1991,” Canadian Journal of Regional Science, Vol. 21, p. 29-48.

Hasson, S. and D. Ley, 1997. “Neighborhood organizations, the welfare state, and citizenship rights,” Urban Affairs Review, Vol. 33, p. 28-58.

Ley, D., 1996. “The new middle class and the Canadian central city,” in J. Caulfield and L. Peake (eds.) Critical Perspectives to Canadian Urbanism. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, p. 15-32.

Ley, D., 1996. “Urban geography and cultural studies,” Urban Geography, Vol. 17, p. 475-477

Ley, D., 1995. “Between Europe and Asia: The case of the missing sequoias,” Ecumene, Vol. 2, p. 187-212.

Ley, D., 1995. “Gentrification and the youth movements of the 1960s,” in G. Braun (ed.) Managing and Marketing of Urban Development and Urban Life. Berlin: Dietrich Reimer Verlag, p. 575-583.

Ley, D., 1994. “Gentrification and the politics of the new class,” Society and Space, Vol. 12, p. 53-74.  Reprinted in E. Wyly, L. Lees, and T. Slater, eds. The Gentrification Reader. London: Routledge, 2010.

Ley, D., 1994. “Theoretical pluralism in Anglo-American human geography,” Annals of the Japan Association of Economic Geographers, Vol. 40, p. 63-74.

Ley, D., 1994. The Dictionary of Human Geography, R. Johnston, D. Gregory and D. Smith (eds.). Oxford: Blackwell. Entries on Behavioural Geography; Ethics; Geography and Religion; Hegemony; Mental Maps; Post-industrial City; Post-Industrial Society; Postmodernism; Sacred and Profane Space; Spectacle; Temporary Urbanism; Townscape.

Ley, D., 1993. “Housing cooperatives as moral landscapes,” in J. Duncan and D. Ley (eds.) Place/Culture/Representation. London: Routledge, p. 128-148.  Reprinted (and translated) in J. F. Staszak et al (eds.) Geographies Anglo-Saxonnes: Tendances Contemporaines Paris: Belin, 2001, 226-47.

Duncan, J. and D. Ley, 1993. “Introduction: Place/Culture/Representation,” in J. Duncan and D. Ley (eds.) Place/Culture/Representation. London: Routledge, p. 1-21.

Ley, D. and L.. Bourne, 1993. “Introduction: The social context and diversity of urban Canada,” in L. Bourne and D. Ley (eds.) The Changing Social Geography of Canadian Cities. Montreal: McGill-Queens Press, p. 3-30.

Ley, D., 1993. “Past elites and present gentry: Neighbourhoods of privilege in Canadian cities,” in L. Bourne and D. Ley (eds.) The Changing Social Geography of Canadian Cities. Montreal: McGill-Queens Press, p. 214-233.

Ley, D., 1993. “Postmodernism, or the cultural logic of advanced intellectual capital,” Tijdschrift voor Economische en Sociale Geografie, Vol. 84, p. 171-174.

Ley, D. and B. Martin, 1993. “Gentrification as secularisation,” Social Compass: International Review of Sociology of Religion, Vol. 40, p. 217-232.

Ley, D., 1993. “Social polarisation and community response: Resisting marginality in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside,” in F. Frisken (ed.) The Changing Canadian Metropolis. Berkeley: Institute of Government Studies, University of California, p. 699-723.

Ley, D., 1992. “Qualitative methods: Reshaping a tradition,” Journal of Geography in Higher Education, Vol. 16, p. 167-170.

Ley, D., 1992. “Gentrification in recession: Social change in six Canadian inner cities, 1981-1986,” Urban Geography, Vol. 13, p. 230-256.  Reprinted in E. Wyly, L. Lees, and T. Slater, eds. The Gentrification Reader. London: Routledge, 2010.

Ley, D. and C. Mills, 1992. “Can there be a postmodernism of resistance in the built environment?” in P. Knox (ed.) The Restless Urban Landscape. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall, p. 255-278.  Reprinted in M. Dear and S. Flusty (eds.) The Spaces of Postmodernity. Oxford: Blackwell, 2002, p.371-77.

Hiebert, D., D. Ley, and G. Pratt, 1992. “Time to grow up? From urban village to world city, 1966-1991,” in T. Oke and G. Wynn (eds.) Vancouver and Its Region. Vancouver: UBC Press, p. 234-266.

Ley, D., 1991. “The inner city,” in T. Bunting and P. Filion (eds.) The Changing Canadian City. Toronto: Oxford University Press, p. 313-348.

Ley, D. and T. Hutton, 1991. “Producer services and urban development in Canada,” in P. Daniels (ed.) Services and Metropolitan Development: International Perspectives. London: Routledge, p. 173-203.

Ley, D., 1990. “Urban livability in context,” Urban Geography, Vol. 11, p. 31-35.

Ley, D. and C. Mills, 1990. “Social implications of economic restructuring: Labour markets, housing markets and the changing family in Canada’s service economy,” in R. Hayter and P. Wilde (eds.) Industrial Transformation and Challenge in Australia and Canada. Ottawa: Carleton University Press, p. 93-107.

Ley, D., 1989. “Fragmentation, coherence and the limits of theory,” in A. Kobayashi and S. Mackenzie (eds.) Remaking Human Geography. London: Unwin Hyman, p. 227-244. Reprinted in T. Barnes and D. Gregory (eds.) Reading Human Geography. London: Arnold, 1997, p. 98-111.

Ley, D., 1989. “Modernism, postmodernism and the struggle for place,” in J. Agnew and J. Duncan (eds.) The Power of Place. London: Unwin Hyman, p. 44-65.

Ley, D. and K. Olds, 1988. “Landscape as spectacle: World’s fairs and the culture of heroic consumption,” Society and Space, Vol. 6, p. 191-212. Reprinted in K. Anderson and F. Gale (eds.) Inventing Places: Studies in Cultural Geography. South Melbourne, Australia: Longman Cheshire, 1992, p. 178-193. Reprinted in second edition, 1999.

Ley, D., 1988. “Social upgrading in six Canadian inner cities,” Canadian Geographer, Vol. 32, p. 31-45.

Ley, D., 1988. “Interpretive social research in the inner city,” in J. Eyles (ed.) Research in Human Geography. Oxford: Blackwell, p. 121-138.

Ley, D., 1988. “From urban structure to urban landscape,” Urban Geography, Vol. 9, p. 97-104.

Hutton, T. and D. Ley, 1987. “Location, linkages and labour: The downtown complex of corporate activities in a medium size city,” Economic Geography, Vol. 63, p. 125-141.

Ley, D., 1987. “Reply: The rent gap revisited,” Annals, Association of American Geographers, Vol. 77 (1987), p. 465-468.  Reprinted in E. Wyly, L. Lees, and T. Slater, eds. The Gentrification Reader. London: Routledge, 2010.

Ley, D. and T. Hutton, 1987. “Vancouver’s corporate complex and producer services sector: Linkages and divergence within a provincial staples economy,” Regional Studies, Vol. 21, p. 413-424.

Ley, D., 1987. “Styles of the times: Liberal and neoconservative landscapes in inner Vancouver, 1968-1986,” Journal of Historical Geography, Vol. 14, p. 40-56. Reprinted

  • (and translated) in Claudio Minca (ed.) Introduzione alla Geografia Postmoderna. Padova: CEDEM Press, 2001, 143-64;
  • in N. Fyfe and J. Kenny (eds.) A Handbook of Urban Geography,

Ley, D., 1986. “Gentrification A ten year overview,” City Magazine Vol. 9 (December) p. 12-19. Reprinted in K. Gerecke (ed.) The Canadian City. Montreal: Black Rose Books, 1991.

Ley, D. and C. Mills, 1986. “Gentrification and reform politics in Montreal, 1982” Cahiers de Géographie du Québec,   30 (No. 81), p. 419-427.

Ley, D., 1986. “Alternative explanations for inner city gentrification: A Canadian assessment,” Annals, Association of American Geographers, Vol. 76, p. 521-535.  Reprinted in E. Wyly, L. Lees, and T. Slater, eds. The Gentrification Reader. London: Routledge, 2010.

Ley, D., 1986. “Urban structure and urban restructuring,” Urban Geography, Vol. 7, p. 530-535.

Cybriwsky, R., D. Ley, and J. Western, 1986. “The Political and Social Construction of Revitalized Neighborhoods: Society Hill, Philadelphia, and False Creek, Vancouver,” in N. Smith and P.Williams (eds.) Gentrification of the City. London and Boston: Allen and Unwin, p. 92-120.

Ley, D., 1985. “Social Geography,” in C. D. Harris (ed.) A Geographical Bibliography for American Libraries. Washington, DC: AAG, p. 137-140.

Ley, D., 1985. “Work-Residence Relations for Head Office Employees in an Inflating Housing Market,” Urban Studies, Vol. 22, p. 21-38.

Ley, D., 1985. “Downtown or the Suburbs? A Comparative Study of Head Office Location in Vancouver,” Canadian Geographer, Vol. 29, p. 30-43.

Ley, D., 1985. “Cultural-Humanistic Geography,” Progress in Human Geography, Vol. 9, p. 415-423.

Ley, D., 1984. “Urban Structure in Context,” Urban Geography, Vol. 5, p. 240-246.

Ley, D., 1984. “Pluralism and the Canadian State,” in C. Clarke, D. Ley and C. Peach (eds.) Geography and Ethnic Pluralism. London and Boston: Allen and Unwin, p. 87-110.

Clarke, C., D. Ley and C. Peach, 1984. “Introduction: Geography and Ethnic Pluralism,” in Clarke, Ley, Peach (eds.) Geography and Ethnic Pluralism. London and Boston: Allen and Unwin, p. 1-22.

Ley, D., 1984. “The Neighborhood Movement in a Canadian City,” Urban Resources, Vol. 1, p. 23-26.

Ley, D., 1983. “Cultural-Humanistic Geography,” Progress in Human Geography, Vol. 7, p. 267-275.

Duncan, J. and D. Ley, 1983. “Comment in Reply,” Annals, Association of American Geographers, Vol. 73, p. 146-150.

Ley, D. and G. Pratt, 1983. “Is Philosophy Necessary?” Geographical Analysis, Vol. 15, p. 64-69.

Ley, D., 1982. “Of Tribes and Idols: A Reply to Greenberg and Walker,” Antipode, Vol. 14, p. 33-37.

Ley, D., 1982. “Rediscovering man’s place,” Transactions, Institute of British Geographers, NS, Vol. 7, p. 248-253.

Duncan, J. and D. Ley, 1982. “Structural marxism and human geography: A critical assessment,” Annals, Association of American Geographers, Vol. 72, p. 30-59.

Ley, D., 1982. “Vancouver’s emergence as a post-industrial city,” Horizon 2, 20, p. 64-66.

Ley, D., 1981. “Cultural/humanistic geography,” Progress in Human Geography, Vol. 5, p. 249-257.

Ley, D., 1981. “Inner city revitalisation in Canada: A Vancouver case study,” Canadian Geographer, 25, p. 124-148.  Reprinted in J. Palen and B. London (eds.) Gentrification, Displacement, and Neighborhood Revitalization. Albany: SUNY Press, 1984, p. 186-204.

Ley, D., 1981. “Behavioural geography and the philosophies of meaning,” in K. Cox and R. Golledge (eds.) Behavioural Problems in Geography Revisited. London: Methuen, p. 209-230.

Ley, D., 1980. “Liberal ideology and the postindustrial city,” Annals, Association of American Geographers, Vol. 70, p. 238-258. Reprinted in A. Cochrane et al. (eds.) City, Economy and Society: A Comparative Reader. London and New York: Harper and Row, 1981.

Ley, D. and J. Mercer, 1980. “Locational conflict and the politics of consumption,” Economic Geography, Vol. 56, p. 89-109. Reprinted in R. Lake (ed.) Readings in Urban Analysis. New Brunswick: Center for Urban Policy Research, Rutgers University, 1983, p. 118-142.

Ley, D., 1980. “Geography without man: A humanistic critique,” Oxford Research Papers, No. 24, 25 pp. Reprinted in J. Agnew, D. Livingstone, A. Rogers (eds.) Human Geography: An Essential Anthology. Oxford: Blackwell, 1996, p. 192-210.

Ley, D., 1978. “Social geography and social action,” in D. Ley and M. Samuels (eds.) Humanistic Geography. Chicago: Maaroufa, p. 41-57.  Reprinted in M. Dear and S. Flusty (eds.) Spaces of Postmodernity. Oxford: Blackwell, 2002, p. 68-76.

Ley, D. and M. Samuels, 1978. “Introduction: Contexts of modern humanism in geography,” in Ley and Samuels (eds.) Humanistic Geography, p. 1-17.

Ley, D., 1977. “Social geography and the taken-for-granted world,” Transactions, Institute British Geographers, NS, Vol. 2, p. 498-512.  Reprinted in

  • G. Olsson and S. Gale (eds.) Philosophy in Geography. Dordrecht: Reidel, 1979, p. 215-236.
  • C. Hamnett (ed.) Social Geography: A Reader. London: Arnold, 1996, p. 51-68.

Ley, D., 1977. “The personality of a geographical fact,” The Professional Geographer, Vol. 29, p. 8-13.

Ley, D. and G. Anderson, 1975. “The Delphi technique in urban forecasting,” Regional Studies, Vol. 7, p. 243-249.

Ley, D., 1975. “The street gang in its milieu,” in H. Rose and G. Gappert (eds.) The Social Economy of Cities, Urban Affairs Annual Review, Vol. 9. Beverly Hills, California: Sage Publications, p. 247-273.

Ley, D., 1974. “Problems of co-optation and idolatry in the community group,” in D. Ley (ed.) Community Participation and the Spatial Order of the City. Vancouver: Tantalus, p. 75-88.

Ley, D., 1974. “The city and good and evil: Reflections on Christian and Marxist interpretations,” Antipode, Vol. 6, p. 66-74.

Ley, D. and R. Cybriwsky, 1974. “Urban graffiti as territorial markers,” Annals, Association of American Geographers, Vol. 64, p. 491-505.    Reprinted in:

  • Zimbardo, P. and C. Maslach (eds.). Psychology for our Times. Glenview, Illinois.: Scott, Foresman, 1977.
  • Palm, R. and D. Lanegran (eds.). An Invitation to Geography. 2nd edition. New York: McGraw-Hill, 1977.
  • Maslach, C. and D. Pines (eds.). Experiencing Social Psychology. New York: Knopf, 1978.
  • Translated into German for Graffiti: Tatowierte Wande (ed.) Siegfried Mueller, 1985. Bielefeld, Germany: Druck and Verlag, 1985, p. 175-187.
  • N. C. Johnson (ed.) Culture and Society: Critical Essays in Human Geography. Aldershot, UK: Ashgate, 2008.

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