Professor Peter Jackson

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Refereed research articles in journals

  • Jackson, P. and Viehoff, V. 2016. Reframing convenience food. Appetite 98, 1-11.
  • Meah, A. and Jackson, P. 2016. The complex landscape of contemporary fathering in the UK. Social and Cultural Geography 17(4), 491-510.
  • Meah, A. and Jackson, P. 2016. Re-imagining the kitchen as a site of memory. Social and Cultural Geography 17(4), 511-532.
  • Jackson, P. 2016. Go home Jamie: reframing consumer choice, Social and Cultural Geography 17(6), 753-757.
  • Wilson, M. and Jackson, P. 2016. Fairtrade bananas in the Caribbean: towards a moral economy of recognition, Geoforum 70, 11-21.
  • Jackson, P. 2016. New directions in cultural geography revisited, Area 48(3), 367-370 (with commentaries by Divya Tolia-Kelly, John Wylie, Hilary Geoghegan and David Matless).
  • Zhu, H., Jackson, P. and Wang, W. 2017. Consumer anxieties about food grain safety in China. Food Control 73, 1256-1264.
  • Horton, P., Banwart, S.A., 2017. Brockington, D., Brown, G.W., Bruce, R., Cameron, D., Holdsworth, M., Koh, S.C.L., Ton, J. and Jackson, P. 2017. An agenda for integrated system-wide interdisciplinary agri-food research, Food Security 9 (2), 195-210.
  • Meah, A. and Jackson, P. 2017. Convenience as care: culinary antinomies in practice. Environment and Planning A 49 (9), 2065-2081.
  • Jackson, P. and Meah, A. 2018. Reassessing vulnerability to foodborne illness: pathways and practices. Critical Public Health 28 (1), 81-93.
  • Everts, J., Jackson, P., Meah, A. and Viehoff. 2018. Negotiating the riskscapes of convenience food, Erdkunde 72 (3), 171-184.
  • Jackson, P. 2015. The power-geometry of food business research. Gastronomica 15 (3), 47-52.
  • Meah, A. and Jackson, P. (2013). Crowded kitchens: the ‘democratisation’ of domesticity? Gender, Place and Culture 20, 578-596.
  • Gong, Q. and Jackson, P. (2013). Mediating science and nature: representing and consuming infant formula advertising in China. European Journal of Cultural Studies 16, 285-309.
  • Jackson, P., Watson, M. and Piper, N. 2013. Locating anxiety in the social: the cultural mediation of food fears. European Journal of Cultural Studies 16, 24-42.
  • Gong, Q. and Jackson, P. 2012. Consuming anxiety? Parenting practices in China after the infant formula scandal. Food, Culture and Society 15.4: 557-578.
  • Chi, H.C. and Jackson, P. (2011). Thai Food in Taiwan: Tracing the Contours of Transnational Taste. New Formations, 74, 65-81.
    doi:10.3898/neWf.74.04.2011
    http://eprints.whiterose.ac.uk/74382
  • Jackson, P. (2011). Families and food: beyond the "cultural turn"? Social Geography, 6, 63-71.
    doi:10.5194/sg-6-63-2011
    http://eprints.whiterose.ac.uk/74379
  • Jackson, P. and Everts, J. (2010). Anxiety as social practice. Environment and Planning A, 42(11), 2791-2806.
    doi:10.1068/a4385
    http://eprints.whiterose.ac.uk/74374
  • Jackson, P. (2010). Food stories: consumption in an age of anxiety. Cultural Geographies, 17(2), 147-165.
    doi:10.1177/1474474010363844
    http://eprints.whiterose.ac.uk/74375
  • Jackson, P. and Ward, N. (2010). The moral geographies of sugar. International Sugar Journal, 112, 172-176.
  • Everts, J. and Jackson, P. (2009). Modernisation and the practices of contemporary food shopping. Environment and Planning D: Society and Space, 27(5), 917-935.
    doi:10.1068/d11908
    http://eprints.whiterose.ac.uk/74376
  • Jackson, P., Ward, N. and Russell, P. (2009). Moral economies of food and geographies of responsibility. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, 34(1), 908-924.
    doi:10.1111/j.1475-5661.2008.00330.x
    http://eprints.whiterose.ac.uk/74372
  • Jackson, P., Thomas, N. and Dwyer, C. (2007). Consuming Transnational fashion in London and Mumbai. Geoforum, 38(5), 908-924.
    doi:10.1016/j.geoforum.2007.01.015
  • Balfe, M. and Jackson, P. (2007). Technologies, diabetes and the student body. Health and Place, 13(4), 775-787.
    doi:10.1016/j.healthplace.2007.01.001
  • Jackson, P. (2006). Thinking geographically. Geography, 91, 199-204.
  • Jackson, P., Ward, N. and Russell, P. (2006). Mobilising the commodity chain concept in the politics of food and farming. Journal of Rural Studies, 22(2), 129-141.
    doi:10.1016/j.jrurstud.2005.08.008
  • Clarke, I., Hallsworth, A., Jackson, P., de Kervenoael, R., Perez del Aguila, R. and Kirkup, M. (2006). Retail restructuring and consumer choice 1: Long-tem changes in consumer behaviour: Portsmouth, 1980-2002. Environment and Planning A, 38, 25-46.
    doi:10.1068/a37207
  • Jackson, P., Perez del Aguila, R., Clarke, I., Hallsworth, A., de Kervenoael, R. and Kirkup, M. (2006). Retail restructuring and consumer choice 2: Understanding consumer choice at the household level. Environment and Planning A, 38, 47-67.
    doi:10.1068/a37208
  • Jackson, P. (2006). Culture and identity in contemporary Britain. Geographische Rundschau International Edition, 2(1), 44-48.
  • Clarke, I., Hallsworth, A., Jackson, P., de Kervenoael, R., Perez del Aguila, R. and Kirkup, M. (2006). Retail restructuring and consumer choice 1: Long-term local changes in consumer behaviour: Portsmouth, 1980-2002. Environment and Planning A, 38(1), 25-46.
    doi:10.1068/a37207
  • Jackson, P. (2005). Editorial: the eclipse of urban geography? Urban Geography, 26(1), 1-3.
    doi:10.2747/0272-3638.26.1.1
  • Jackson, P. (2005). Classics in human geography revisted: Maps of Meaning (1989), author's response to commentaries by Don Mitchell and Hayden Lorimer. Progress in Human Geography, 29(6), 746-747.
    doi:10.1177/030913250502900606
  • Kirkup, M., de Kervenoael, R., Hallsworth, A., Clarke, I., Jackson, P. and Perez del Aguila, R. (2004). Inequalities in retail choice: exploring consumer experiences in suburban neighbourhoods. International Journal of Retail and Distribution Management, 32(11), 511-522.
    doi:10.1108/09590550410564746
  • Jackson, P. (2004). Local consumption cultures in a globalizing world. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, 29, 165-78.
    doi:10.1111/j.0020-2754.2004.00123.x
  • Clarke, I., Hallsworth, A., Jackson, P., de Kervenoael, R., Perez del Aguila, R. and Kirkup, M. (2004). Retail competition and consumer choice: contextualising the 'food deserts' debate. International Journal of Retail and Distribution Management, 32(2), 89-99.
    doi:10.1108/09590550410521761
  • Crang, P., Dwyer, C. and Jackson, P. (2003). Transnationalism and the spaces of commodity culture. Progress in Human Geography, 27, 438-456.
    doi:10.1191/0309132503ph443oa
  • Dwyer, C. and Jackson, P. (2003). Commodifying difference: selling EASTern fashion. Environment and Planning D: Society and Space, 21, 269-291.
    doi:10.1068/d349
  • Jackson, P. (2002). Geographies of diversity and difference. Geography 87, 316-323.
  • Jackson, P. (2002). Commercial cultures: transcending the cultural and the economic. Progress in Human Geography, 26(1), 3-18.
    doi:10.1191/0309132502ph254xx
  • Stevenson, N., Jackson, P. and Brooks, K. (2000). The politics of 'new' men's lifestyle magazines. European Journal of Cultural Studies, 3(3), 366-385.
    doi:10.1177/136754940000300301
    Reprinted in Whitehead, S. (ed) (2006). Men and masculinity: critical concepts in sociology. Routledge, London. ISBN 978-0415368827
  • Smith, G.R. and Jackson, P. (1999). Narrating the nation: the 'imagined community' of Ukrainians in Bradford. Journal of Historical Geography, 25(3), 367-387.
    doi:10.1006/jhge.1999.0120
  • Jackson, P., Stevenson, N. and Brooks, K. (1999). Making sense of men's lifestyle magazines. Environment and Planning D: Society and Space, 17(3), 353-368.
    doi:10.1068/d170353
  • Jackson, P. (1999). Commodity cultures: the traffic in things. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, 24(1), 95-108.
    doi:10.1111/j.0020-2754.1999.00095.x
    Reprinted in Thrift, N. and Whatmore, S, (eds.) (2004). Cultural geography: critical concepts in the social sciences, Vol. 2. Routledge, London.
  • Jackson, P. (1999). Consumption and identity: a cultural politics of shopping. European Planning Studies, 7(1), 25-39.
    doi:10.1080/09654319908720498
  • Jackson, P. (1998). Constructions of 'whiteness' in the geographical imagination. Area, 30(2), 99-106.
    doi:10.1111/j.1475-4762.1998.tb00053.x
  • Jackson, P. and Kobayashi, A. (1996). Narratives of empire: British and Canadian readings of Kipling's colonial fiction. British Journal of Canadian Studies, 11, 299-306.
  • Jackson, P. and Taylor, J. (1996). Geography and the cultural politics of advertising. Progress in Human Geography, 20(3), 356-371.
    doi:10.1177/030913259602000304
  • Holbrook, B. and Jackson, P. (1996). The social milieux of two north London shopping centres. Geoforum, 27(2), 193-204.
    doi:10.1016/0016-7185(96)00009-7
  • Holbrook, B. and Jackson, P.(1996). Shopping around: focus group research in North London. Area, 28, 136-142.
  • White, P. and Jackson, P. (1995). (Re)theorising population geography. International Journal of Population Geography, 1, 111-123.
  • Jackson, P. and Holbrook, B. (1995). Multiple meanings: shopping and the cultural politics of identity, Environment and Planning A, 27(12), 1913-1930.
    doi:10.1068/a271913
  • Kobayashi, A. and Jackson, P. (1994). Japanese Canadians and the racialization of labour in the British Columbia sawmill industry. BC Studies (Vancouver), 103, 59-81.
  • Jackson, P. (1994). Constructions of criminality: 'race' and crime in metropolitan Toronto. Antipode, 26(3), 216-235.
    doi:10.1111/j.1467-8330.1994.tb00249.x
  • Jackson, P. (1994). Black male: advertising and the cutlural politics of masculinity. Gender, Place and Culture, 1(1), 49-59.
    doi:10.1080/09663699408721200
  • Burgess, J. and Jackson, P. (1992). Streetwork: an encounter with place. Journal of Geography in Higher Education, 16(2), 151-157.
    doi:10.1080/03098269208709188
  • Jackson, P. (1992). The racialization of labour in post-war Bradford. Journal of Historical Geography, 18(2), 190-209.
    doi:10.1016/0305-7488(92)90131-R
  • Jackson, P. (1992). The politics of the streets: a geography of Caribana. Political Geography, 11(2), 130-151
    doi:10.1016/0962-6298(92)90045-U
  • Jackson, P. (1991). Social geography and the cultural politics of consumption. Nordisk Samhallsgeografisk Tidskrift, 14, 3-16.
  • Jackson, P. (1991). The cultural politics of masculinity: towards a social geography, Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, New Series 16(2), 199-213.
    http://www.jstor.org/stable/622614
    Translated into Japanese and reprinted in Space, Society and Geographical Thought (1998), 3, 110-127.
  • Jackson, P. (1991). Mapping meanings: a cultural critique of locality studies. Environment & Planning A, 23(2), 215-228.
    doi:10.1068/a230215
  • Jackson, P. (1989). Challenging racism through geography teaching. Journal of Geography in Higher Education, 13(1), 5-14.
    doi:10.1080/03098268908709054
  • Jackson, P. (1988). Beneath the headlines: racism and reaction in contemporary Britain. Geography, 73, 202-207.
  • Jackson, P. (1988). Street life: the politics of Carnival. Environment & Planning D: Society & Space, 6(2), 213-227.
    doi:10.1068/d060213
    Reprinted in Daniels, S. and Lee, R. (eds.) (1996). Exploring human geography: a reader. Edward Arnold, London. 298-315.
  • Cosgrove, D. and Jackson, P. (1987). New directions in cultural geography. Area, 19, 95-101.
    Translated into Portuguese and reprinted in Correa, R.L. and Zeny Rosendahl, Z. (eds.) Geografia cultural: un seculo (2). Rio de Janeiro: Editora da Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro. 15-32.
    Reprinted in Thrift, N. and Whatmore, S, (eds.) (2004). Cultural geography: critical concepts in the social sciences, Vol. 1. Routledge, London.
  • Jackson, P. (1985). Neighbourhood change in New York: the loft conversion process. Tijdschrift voor Economische en Sociale Geografie, 76(3), 202-215.
    doi:10.1111/j.1467-9663.1985.tb01621.x
  • Jackson, P. (1985). Urban ethnography.Progress in Human Geography, 9, 157-176.
  • Jackson, P. (1984). Social disorganization and moral order in the city. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, New Series 9(2), 168-180.
    doi:10.2307/622167
  • Jackson, P. (1983). Principles and problems of participant observation. Geografiska Annaler B, 65(1), 39-46.
    doi:10.2307/490843
  • Jackson, P. (1983). Patterns of interaction. Journal of Biosocial Science (Supplement 8), 91-109.
  • Jackson, P. (1983). Ethnic turf: competition on the Canal Street divide. New York Affairs, 7, 149-158.
  • Jackson, P. (1983). Vito Marcantonio and ethnic politics in New York. Ethnic and Racial Studies, 6, 50-71.
  • Jackson, P. (1981). A transactional approach to Puerto Rican culture. Revista Interamericana, 11, 53-68.
  • Jackson, P. (1981). Phenomenology and social geography. Area, 13, 299-305.
  • Jackson, P. (1980). A plea for cultural geography. Area, 12, 110-113.
  • Jackson, P. (1980). Social and spatial aspects of Puerto Rican migration. Singapore Journal of Tropical Geography, 1(1), 37-45.
    doi:10.1111/j.1467-9493.1980.tb00100.x
  • Jackson, P. (1979). Puerto Rican culture and community in New York. Anthropology, 3, 131-137.

Books

  • Jackson, P., Brembeck, H., Everts, J., Fuentes, M., Halkier, B., Hertz, F.D., Meah, A., Viehoff, V. and Wenzl, C. 2018. Reframing Convenience Food. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Jackson, P., Spiess, W. and Sultana, F. eds. 2016. Eating, Drinking: Surviving. Springer Briefs for the International Year of Global Understanding.
  • Jackson, P. 2015. Anxious Appetites: food and consumer culture. London: Bloomsbury.
  • Jackson, P. and the CONANX group. 2013. Food Words: essays in culinary culture. London: Bloomsbury, 293pp.
  • Murcott, A., Belasco, W. and Jackson, P. eds. 2013. The Handbook of Food Research. London: Bloomsbury, 649pp.
  • Jackson, P. (ed.) (2009). Changing families, changing food. Palgrave-Macmillan, Basingstoke.
  • Atkinson, D., Jackson, P., Sibley, D. and Washbourne, N. (eds.) (2005). Cultural geography: a critical dictionary of key concepts. I.B. Tauris, London.
  • Jackson, P., Crang, P. and Dwyer, C. (eds.) (2004). Transnational spaces. Routledge, London.
  • Jackson, P., Stevenson, N. and Brooks, K. (2001). Making sense of men's magazines. Polity Press, Cambridge.
    (Translated into Chinese by the Tianjin People's Publishing House).
  • Jackson, P., Lowe, M., Miller, D. and Mort, F. (eds.) (2000). Commercial cultures. Berg, Oxford.
  • Miller, D., Jackson, P., Thrift, N., Holbrook, B. and Rowlands, M. (1998). Shopping, place and identity. Routledge, London.
  • Jackson, P. and Penrose, J. (eds.) (1993). Constructions of race, place and nation. UCL Press, London.
    (Published in the USA by University of Minnesota Press, 1994)
  • Jackson, P. (1989). Maps of meaning. Unwin Hyman, London.
    (Reprinted 1992 and 1994, Routledge, London and New York; translated into Japanese, 2000)
  • Jackson, P. (ed.) (1987). Race and racism: essays in social geography. Allen & Unwin, London.
  • Jackson, P. and Smith, S.J. (1984). Exploring social geography. George Allen & Unwin, London.
  • Jackson, P. and Smith, S.J. (eds.) (1981). Social interaction and ethnic segregation. Academic Press, London.
    (Institute of British Geographers Special Publication No. 12).

Chapters in books

  • Jackson, P. 2017. Afterword, in M. Wilson ed. Postcolonialism, Indigeneity and Struggles for Food Sovereignty. London: Routledge, 175-182.
  • Jackson, P. 2017. Human geography, in M. Jones ed. Secondary Geography Handbook. Sheffield: Geographical Association, 76-91.
  • Cook, I,, Jackson, P., Hayes-Conroy, A., Abrahamsson, S., Sandover, R., Sheller, M., Henderson, H., Hallett, L., Imai, S., Maye, D. and Hill, A. 2013. Food’s cultural geographies: texture, creativity and publics, in N. Johnson, R. Schein and J. Winders eds. The Wiley-Blackwell Companion to Cultural Geography. Oxford: Blackwell: 343-354.
  • Jackson, P. 2014. Identities, in P. Cloke, P. Crang and M. Goodwin eds. Introducing Human Geographies. London: Hodder Education, third edition, 628-640.
  • Jackson, P. 2011. Glocalization, in D. Southerton ed. Encyclopedia of consumer culture. London: Sage, Vol. 2, 678-82.
  • Jackson, P., Russell, P. and Ward, N. 2011. Brands in the making: a life history approach, in A. Pike ed. Brands and branding geographies. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, 59-74.
  • Jackson, P., Ward, N. and Russell, P. (2010). Manufacturing meaning along the chicken supply chain: consumer anxiety and the spaces of production. In: Goodman, M.K., Goodman, D. and M. Redclift, M. (eds.) Consuming space: placing consumption in perspective. Ashgate, Aldershot. 163-187.
  • Jackson, P. and Russell, P. (2010). Life history interviewing. In: DeLyser, D., Herbert, S., Aitken, S., Crang, M. and McDowell, L. (eds.) The Sage handbook of qualitative geography. Sage, London. 172-192.
  • Jackson, P. and Ward, N. (2008). Connections and responsibilities: the moral geographies of sugar. In: Nützenadel, A. and Trentmann, F. (eds.) Food and globalization: consumption, markets and politics in the modern world. Berg, Oxford. 235-252.
  • Jackson, P., Russell, P. and Ward, N. (2007). The appropriation of 'alternative' discourses by 'mainstream' food producers. In: Maye, D., Holloway, L. and Kneafsey, M. (eds.) Alternative food geographies: representation and practice. Elsevier, Amsterdam. 309-330.
  • Jackson, P. (2005). Gender. In: Atkinson, D, Jackson, P., Sibley, D. and Washbourne, N. (eds.) Cultural geography: a critical dictionary of key concepts. I.B. Tauris, London. 103-108.
  • Jackson, P. (2005). Identities. In: Cloke, P. Crang, P. and Goodwin, M. (eds.) Introducing human geographies, second edition. Hodder Arnold, London. 391-399.
  • Jackson, P., Crang, P. and Dwyer, C. (2004). Introduction: the spaces of transnationality. In: Jackson, P., Crang, P. and Dwyer, C. (eds.) Transnational spaces. Routledge, London. 1-23.
  • Stevenson, N., Jackson, P. and Brooks, K. (2003). Reading men's lifestyle magazines: cultural power and the information society. In: Benwell, B. (ed.) Masculinity and men's lifestyle magazines. Blackwell, Oxford. 112-131. (Sociological Review Monograph Series).
  • Jackson, P. (2003). Mapping culture. In: Rogers, A. and Viles, H. (eds.) The Student's Companion to Geography (2nd edition). Basil Blackwell, Oxford. 134-137.
  • Jackson, P. (2003). Rethinking the social. In: Anderson, K., Domosh, M., Pile, S. and Thrift, N. (eds.) Handbook of Cultural Geography. Sage, London. 37-42.
  • Jackson, P. 2002. Consumption in a globalzing world. In: Johnston, R.J., Taylor, P.J. and Watts, M.J. (eds.) Geographies of global change (second editon). Basil Blackwell, Oxford, 283-295.
  • Jackson, P. (2002). Commodity culture and South Asian transnationality. In: Martiniello, M. and Piquard, B. (eds.) Diversity in the city. University of Deusto, Bilbao. 169-180.
  • Jackson, P. (2001). Making sense of qualitative data. In: Limb, M. and Dwyer, C. (eds.) Qualitative methodologies for human geography. Addison Wesley Longman, Harlow. 199-214.
  • Crang, P. and Jackson, P. (2001). Consuming geographies. In: Morley, D. and Robins, K. (eds.) British cultural studies. Oxford University Press, Oxford. 327-342.
  • Jackson, P. (2000). New directions in human geography. In: Kent, A. (ed.) Reflective practice in geography teaching. Paul Chapman, London. 50-56.
  • Stevenson, N., Jackson, P. and Brooks, K. (2000). Ambivalence in men's lifestyle magazines. In: Jackson, P., Lowe, M., Miller, D. and Mort, F. (eds.) Commercial cultures. Berg, Oxford. 189-212.
  • Jackson, P. (2000). Introduction: consumption, audiences and cultural studies. In: Jackson, P., Lowe, M., Miller, D. and Mort, F. (eds.) Commercial cultures. Berg, Oxford. 145-151.
  • Jackson, P., Lowe, M., Miller, D. and Mort, F. (2000). Introduction: transcending dualisms. In: Jackson, P., Lowe, M., Miller, D. and Mort, F. (eds.) (2000). Commercial cultures. Berg, Oxford. 1-4.
  • Jackson, P. (2000). Race and racism. In: Burton, D. (ed.) Research training for social scientists. Sage, London. 49-58.
  • Jackson, P. (2000). Writing up qualitative data. In: Burton, D. (ed.) Research training for social scientists. Sage, London. 244-252.
  • Jackson, P. (2000). Cultures of difference. In: Gardiner, V. and Matthews, H. (eds.) The changing geography of the United Kingdom (third edition). Routledge, London. 276-295.
  • Bosswick, W. and Jackson, P. (1999). Migration, multiculturality and ethnic conflict. In: Gonzalez, J., Lowenstein, W. and Malek, M. (eds.) Humanitarian development studies in Europe. University of Deusto, Bilbao. 41-51.
  • Jackson, P. (1998). Domesticating the street: the contested spaces of the high street and the mall. In: Fyfe, N.R. (ed.) Images of the street: planning, identity and control in public space. Routledge, London. 176-191.
  • Jackson, P. (1996). Only connect: approaches to human geography. In: Rawling, E.M. and Daugherty, R.A. (eds.) Geography into the twenty-first century. John Wiley, Chichester; Belhaven, London. 77-94.
  • Jackson, P. (1995). Manufacturing meaning: culture, capital and urban change. In: Rogers, A. and Vertovec, S. (eds.) The urban context: ethnicity, situational analysis and social networks. Berg, Oxford. 165-188.
  • Jackson, P. and Thrift, N. (1995). Geographies of consumption. In: Miller, D. (ed.) Acknowledging consumption. Routledge, London. 204-236.
    Reprinted in Miller, D. (ed.) (2001). Consumption: critical concepts in the social sciences, Volume 2. Routledge, London. 383-416.
  • Jackson, P. (1993). Towards a cultural politics of consumption. In: Bird, J., Curtis, B., Putnam, T. and Tickner, L. (eds.) Mapping the futures: local cultures, global change. Routledge, London. 207-228.
  • Jackson, P.(1993). Policing difference: 'race' and crime in metropolitan Toronto. In: Jackson, P. and Penrose, J. (eds.) Constructions of race, place and nation. UCL Press, London. 181-200.
  • Jackson, P. (1993). Changing ourselves: a geography of position. In: Johnston, R.J. (ed.) The challenge for geography. Basil Blackwell, Oxford. 198-214.
  • Jackson, P. (1992). Social and cultural geography. In: Rogers, A., Viles, H. and Goudie, A. (eds.) The student's companion to geography. Basil Blackwell, Oxford. 97-103.
  • Jackson, P. (1992). Postgraduate studies in the United Kingdom. In: Rogers, A., Viles, H. and Goudie, A. (eds.) The student's companion to geography. Basil Blackwell, Oxford. 358-363.
  • Jackson, P. (1992). Constructions of culture, representations of race: Edward Curtis's 'way of seeing'. In: Anderson, K. and Gale, F. (eds.) Inventing places: studies in cultural geography. Longman, Melbourne, 89-106.
    Reprinted in Anderson, K. and Gale, F. (eds.) (1999) Cultural geographies (second edition). 115-134.
  • Jackson, P. (1991). Repositioning social and cultural geography. In: Philo, C. (ed.) New words, new worlds. IBG Social and Cultural Geography Study Group, Lampeter. 193-195.
  • Jackson, P. (1989). Geography, race and racism. In: Thrift, N.J. and Peet, R. (eds.) The new models in geography, Volume 2. Unwin Hyman, London. 176-195.
  • Jackson, P. (1989). Racism and international migration. In: Stillwell, J., and Scholten, H.J. (eds.) Contemporary research in population geography. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Den Haag. 117-127.
  • Jackson, P. (1988). Definitions of the situation: neighbourhood change and local politics in Chicago. In: Eyles, J.D. and Smith, D.M. (eds.) Qualitative methods in human geography. Polity Press, Cambridge. 49-74.
  • Jackson, P. (1987). "A permanent possession"? US attitudes towards Puerto Rico. In: Jackson, P. (ed.) (1987). Race and racism: essays in social geography. Allen & Unwin, London. 304-325.
  • Jackson, P. (1986). Ethnic and social conflict. In: Clout, H. and Wood, P. (eds.) London: problems of change. Longman, London. 152-159.
  • Jackson, P. (1985). Paradoxes of Puerto Rican segregation and ethnic identity in New York. In: Abel, C. and Twaddle, M. (eds.) Caribbean societies, Volume 2. Institute of Commonwealth Studies, University of London. 172-183.
  • Jackson, P. (1984). Migration and social change in Puerto Rico. In: Clarke, C.G., Ley, D. and Peach, C. (eds.) Geography and ethnic pluralism. Allen & Unwin, London. 195-213.
  • Jackson, P. (1981). Paradoxes of Puerto Rican segregation in New York. In: Peach, C., Robinson, V. and Smith, S. (eds.) Ethnic segregation in cities. Croom Helm, London. 109-126.