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Article

Gilchrist, A. (2003) Community cohesion - community development approaches. Talking Point, Association of Community Workers. pp. 1-4.

Gilchrist, A. (2003) Community development in the UK - possibilities and paradoxes. Community Development Journal, 38 (1). pp. 16-25.

Book Section

Gilchrist, A. (2004) Network logic. In: McCarthy, H., Miller, P. and Skidmore, P., eds. (2004) Network Logic. Demos. ISBN 1841801186

Gilchrist, A. (2003) Public Health: multi-disciplinary approaches. In: Orme, , ed. (2003) Public Health: multi-disciplinary approaches. Buckingham: UNSPECIFIED. ISBN

Gilchrist, A. (2003) Managing Community Practice. In: Banks, , ed. (2003) Managing Community Practice. : UNSPECIFIED. ISBN

Gilchrist, A. (2001) Principles and practice of informal education: Learning through life. In: Richardson, L. D. and Wolfe, M., eds. (2001) Principles and practice of informal education: Learning through life. London: Routledge. ISBN 9780415216906

Ahmad, Y., Gilchrist, A. and Miller, C. and Anglo-German Foundation for the Study of Industrial Society (1993) Urban policy and community development. In: Blanke, B. and Smith, R., eds. (1993) The Future of the Medium-Sized City in Britain and Germany. London: Anglo-German Foundation for the Study of Industrial Society. ISBN 978-0905492810

Conference or Workshop Item

Ahmad, Y., Gilchrist, A. and Miller, C. (1992) Community development as social policy - A comparative approach. In: Post-Graduate Seminar: School of Development Studies, London School of Economics, UK, January 1992.

Book

Gilchrist, A. (2004) Community cohesion and community development. London: Community Development Foundation. ISBN 9781901974584

Gilchrist, A. (2004) The well-connected community: A networking approach to community development. Bristol: The Policy Press.

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