Social & Cultural Geography

(The TQCC of Social & Cultural Geography is 4. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-04-01 to 2024-04-01.)
Climate change, COVID-19, and the co-production of injustices: a feminist reading of overlapping crises88
Intolerable intersectional burdens: a COVID-19 research agenda for social and cultural geographies44
‘I wouldn’t take the risk of the attention, you know? Just a lone girl biking’: examining the gendered and classed embodied experiences of cycling21
Lively robots: robotic technologies in COVID-1917
A good life? A good death? Reconciling care and harm in animal research16
‘My room is the kitchen’: lived experience of home-making, home-unmaking and emerging housing strategies of disadvantaged urban youth in austerity Ireland16
Therapeutic landscapes during the COVID-19 pandemic: increased and intensified interactions with nature14
‘Worn out’: debt discipline, hunger, and the gendered contingencies of the COVID-19 pandemic amongst Cambodian garment workers14
Urban singles and shared housing13
Negotiating ‘ideal worker’ and intensive mothering ideologies: Australian mothers’ emotional geographies during their commutes12
Filmic geographies: audio-visual, embodied-material12
‘I felt trapped’: young women’s experiences of shared housing in austerity Britain12
Absorbents, practices, and infrastructures: Changing socio-material landscapes of menstrual waste in Lilongwe, Malawi11
When ‘cultures of care’ meet: entanglements and accountabilities at the intersection of animal research and patient involvement in the UK11
Retooling the public library as social infrastructure: a Dutch illustration11
‘I have to know where I can go’: mundane mobilities and everyday public toilet access for people living with irritable bowel syndrome (IBS)10
Why ‘cultures of care’?10
‘We may be long in the tooth, but it makes us tough’: exploring stillness for older adults during the COVID-19 lockdowns10
Vegan world-making in meat-centric society: the embodied geographies of veganism10
Un/making the ‘sensory home’: tastes, smells and sounds during disasters10
Becoming a bona fide cosmopolitan: unpacking the narratives of Western-situated degree-seeking transnational students in China10
Slow violence in public parks in the U.S.: can we escape our troubling past?9
Animal-based entertainment industries, animal death and Social Licence to Operate (SLO): an analysis of ‘The Final Race’ and the 2019 Melbourne Cup9
Extinctionscapes: Spatializing the commodification of animal lives and afterlives in conservation landscapes9
The temporalities of supported decision-making by people with cognitive disability8
On the margins: young men’s mundane experiences of austerity in English coastal towns8
Urban trauma in the ruins of industrial culture: Miners’ Welfares of the Nottinghamshire coalfield, UK8
Tasting as a social practice: a methodological experiment in making taste public7
Facing hunger, framing food banks, imaging austerity7
Care crises and care fixes under Covid-19: the example of transnational live-in care work7
Young men’s sports betting assemblages: masculinities, homosociality and risky places7
Disability, hostility and everyday geographies of un/safety7
Touring and obscuring: how sensual, embodied and haptic gay touristic practices construct the geopolitics of pinkwashing7
Caring for those who care: towards a more expansive understanding of ‘cultures of care’ in laboratory animal facilities7
The production of urban commons through alternative food practices7
‘Without cleanliness we can’t lead the life, no?’ Cleanliness practices, (in)accessible infrastructures, social (im)mobility and (un)sustainable consumption in Mysore, India7
International education ‘here’ and ‘there’: geographies, materialities and differentiated mobilities within UK degrees7
Dwelling on-the-move together in Sweden: sharing exclusive housing in times of marketization7
A personal geography of care and disability7
Linguistic sound walks: setting out ways to explore the relationship between linguistic soundscapes and experiences of social diversity7
‘We’re the cheap smart home’: the actually existing smart home as rented and shared6
Debilitating landscapes of care and support: envisaging alternative futures6
Crafting masculinities: embodying, recuperating and redistributing care in young lives6
‘It died once at playgroup, I didn’t know what to do’: towards vital, vibrant, material geographies of the mobile phone in austerity6
The rush of the rush hour: mobility justice for seniors on public transport in Sydney, Australia6
Missed connections? Everyday mobility experiences and the sociability of public transport in Amsterdam during COVID-196
Finding one place in another: post/phenomenology, memory anddéjà vu6
The paradoxical habits of busyness and the complexity of intimate time-space6
The everyday lived experiences of Airbnbification in London6
When research animals become pets and pets become research animals: care, death, and animal classification6
Geographies of food beyond food: transfiguring nexus-thinking through encounters with young people in Brazil6
Care, chaos and cosmos: territorial refrains of refugee belonging5
Home here and there: a spatial perspective on mobile experiences of ‘home’ among international students5
Learning to labor in high-technology: experiences of overwork in university internships at digital media firms in North America5
Land and ethnographic practices—(re)making toward healing5
Balancing the formal and the informal: the relational challenges of everyday practices of co-operation in shared housing co-operatives in the UK5
Everyday urbanisms in the pandemic city: a feminist comparative study of the gendered experiences of Covid-19 in Southern cities5
‘I wouldn’t trade this country of ours for anything’: place, identity and men’s stories of the 2016 M7.8 Kaikōura/Waiau earthquake5
Gender, spatiality and motherhood: intergenerational change in Greek-Cypriot migrant families in the UK5
Discardscapes of fashion: commodity biography, patch geographies, and preconsumer garment waste in Cambodia5
Diverse infrastructures of care: community food provisioning in Sydney5
‘It became an anchor for stuff I really want to keep’: the stabilising weight of self-storage when moving home and away5
(Re)crafting belonging: cultural-led regeneration, territorialization and craft beer events5
Repertoires of ‘migrant names’: an inquiry into mundane identity production4
Enigmatic objects and playful provocations: the mysterious case of Golden Head4
Emotional labour in a translocal context: rural migrant workers in China’s service sector4
Mobile educational space and imaginative travellers in-situ: A case study of a UK international branch campus in China4
Problematising density: COVID-19, the crowd, and urban life4
Towards a culture of care for ethical review: connections and frictions in institutional and individual practices of social research ethics4
“Why Should a Married Man Fetch Water?” Masculinities, gender relations, and the embodied political ecology of urban water insecurity in Malawi4
Three participatory geographers: reflections on positionality and working with participants in researching religions, spiritualities, and faith4
Engaging with the home-in-ruins: memory, temporality and the unmaking of home after fire4
Getting to Know Noisiness: Moving on Concepts and Debates for (Aero)mobilities and Atmospheres4
‘They tell us to keep our distance, but we sleep five people in one tent’: The opportunistic governance of displaced people in Calais during the COVID-19 pandemic4
When top-down infrastructures fail: spaces and practices of care and community under COVID-194
‘When housing is provided, but you have only the closet’. Sexual orientation and family housing support in Athens, Greece4
The languishing bike: depleting capacities of cycling-bodies4
Rethinking gamified democracy as frictional: a comparative examination of the Decide Madrid and vTaiwan platforms4
‘Tales from other people’s houses’: home and dis/connection in an East London neighbourhood4
Thinking with new materialism about ‘safe-un-safe’ campus space for LGBTTIQA+ students4
Building emotional-political communities to address gendered violence against women and girls during COVID-19 in the favelas of Maré, Rio de Janeiro4