Dr Jonathan Duckett
PhD, MA, BSc (Hons)
I am a Lecturer in Human Geography with research interests at the intersection of social, cultural and political geography. My recent doctoral research examined contemporary issues of youth citizenship and national identity in the context of the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games and the Scottish independence referendum. Within this research study, I investigated the views and experiences of 16 and 17 year olds living in Glasgow, as they became among the first citizens in the UK to vote at this age. Through their involvement in the Commonwealth Games and newfound right to vote, I considered how these events enabled them to actively re-imagine and re-shape geographical understandings of the nation.
GE0S03 Key Ideas in Geography (Contributor)
GE0S06 Geo Field Techniques (Module Leader)
GE1S005 Introductory Field and Research Skills 1 (Module Leader)
GE1S20 Landscapes in Transition (Module Leader)
GE2S007 Participatory Geography (Contributor)
GE2S25 Landscapes of Consumption (Module Leader)
GE2S27 Techniques in Geography (Contributor)
GE3S001 Urban Geography – Space, Society and Difference (Module leader)
GE3S003 Reading the Contemporary Landscape (Contributor)
GE3S19 Dissertation (Contributor)
ES4D001 Masters Research Project (Contributor)
GE4S002 Active Citizenship (Contributor)
Duckett, J. (2017). ‘Making sense of data on youth citizenship’ Graduate Guidance, in Peters, K. (2017). Your Human Geography Dissertation: Designing, Doing, Delivering. Sage: London.
Mills, S. and Duckett, J. (2016). ‘Representing, reproducing and re-configuring the nation: geographies of youth citizenship and devolution’, in Kallio, K. P and Mills, S. (2015) Geographies of Politics, Citizenship and Rights, Vol. 7 of Skelton, T. (ed.) Springer Major Reference Work in Geographies of Children and Young People. Springer: New York
Duckett, J. (2015). ‘Citizenship’ by Richard Yarwood, Children’s Geographies, 13(4), 496-497.
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