_This list includes a number of Local Level reports that are in the public domain, and other publications we have been involved in producing.
Community action and social media: trouble in Utopia? (full report) Kevin Harris and Angus McCabe. Third Sector Research Centre, working paper 140, February 2017.
Community action and social media: trouble in Utopia? (summary) Kevin Harris and Angus McCabe. Third Sector Research Centre, briefing paper 140, February 2017.
Community action and social media: a review of the literature, Kevin Harris and Angus McCabe. Third Sector Research Centre Working Paper 139, January 2017.
National Good Neighbours Network evaluation report. Kevin Harris for Nesta, Cabinet Office Centre for Social Action Innovation Fund and Bedfordshire Rural Communities Charity. RedQuadrant, 2016.
Trouble in Utopia? Community organisations and social media, Kevin Harris and Angus McCabe. TSRC blog post, 20 April 2016.
East York community survey: report to Joseph Rowntree Foundation (SMILEY baseline evaluation report) by Kevin Harris and Alison Gilchrist. Local Level, April 2015.
Community action and social media: TSRC research: position paper, Kevin Harris and Angus McCabe. TSRC, 2015.
Use of smartphones: report on pilot questionnaire survey, by Kevin Harris. Local Level, 2014.
Below the radar presentation, K Harris Birmingham Sep 2014, Community action and social technologies.
Age friendly societies in our time: a literature review, by Kevin Harris. Local Level for WoodGreen Community Services, Toronto, 2013.
Making the links: poverty, ethnicity and social networks, by Angus McCabe, Asif Afridi, Alison Gilchrist, Paul Kyprianou and Kevin Harris. Joseph Rowntree Foundation, 2013.
Lost possessions, by Kevin Harris and Martin Dudley. Local Level, 2013.
‘A series of doors’: young people talking about the experience of poverty. Breslin Public Policy, 2013.
Parking in Dore: report to Dore Village Society, by Kevin Harris and Sarah Clow. Local Level, 2012.
Online neighbourhood networks in low income areas: evaluation report on work funded by the Big Lottery Fund and Barrow Cadbury Trust, 2011-2012, by Kevin Harris and Hugh Flouch. Networked Neighbourhoods, 2012.
Inside out: a museum-based social inclusion project, by Kevin Harris. Local Level, 2012.
Picnic: order, ambiguity and community, by Kevin Harris, images by Gemma Orton. Local Level, 2011.
Social media can help riot-hit communities recover, by Kevin Harris and Hugh Flouch. The Guardian Joe Public blog, 9 August 2011.
Isn't all community development asset-based? by Kevin Harris. The Guardian, Voluntary Sector Network, 23 June 2011.
Join in the local discussion, Hugh Flouch and Kevin Harris. C'llr magazine, June 2011, p16.
‘I didn’t know I could’: museums and young people looked after. Report commissioned by the Renaissance East of England Museum Hub, by Kevin Harris and Martin Dudley. Local Level, 2011.
The online neighbourhood networks study by Kevin Harris and Hugh Flouch. Networked Neighbourhoods, 2010.
'Does William Rose make faggots?ʼ Neighbourhoods seen through online timeslices, Kevin Harris and Hugh Flouch. Networked Neighbourhoods, 2010.
Community development and social justice: policy statement, prepared by Kevin Harris for CILIP Community Services Group, 2010.
Creating greater value: participation in Milton Keynes by Kevin Harris and Bev Carter. Local Level, 2009.
‘Everybody needs good neighbours: building local relationships is crucial to ensure more meaningful social interaction,’ by Kevin Harris. The Guardian Joe Public blog, 6 January 2009.
Neighbouring and older people: an enfolding community? by Kevin Harris. Community Development Foundation with Age Concern England, 2008.
‘Ask them’: developing a consultation plan for Manningham Family and Community Library, Kevin Harris, Local Level, November 2008.
Manningham treasures: report on a community engagement exercise at Manningham Library, Kevin Harris, Local Level, June 2008.
‘Thou shalt be neighbourly’, by Kevin Harris. The Guardian Joe Public blog, 27 May 2008.
Older people and neighbouring: the role of street parties in promoting community cohesion, by Kevin Harris. Streets Alive, May 2008.
Evaluation of MLA South East Community Engagement Programme, by Kevin Harris and Rebecca Linley. MLA South East and Local Level, 2008.
'All to play for: the government must design neighbourhoods for people rather than vehicles if its play strategy is to succeed,' Kevin Harris, The Guardian Joe Public blog, 8 April 2008.
'Like a light going on': the report on the Local Living Library project, by Kevin Harris and Linda Constable. Museums, Libraries and Archives Council, 2007.
‘Dog breaks ice: the sociability of dog walking’, by Kevin Harris. In: Making links: fifteen visions of community, Community Links, 2007.
‘Respect in the neighbourhood: neighbourliness and narratives of decline’, by Kevin Harris. Community safety journal, 6(4): 34-41, 2007.
Engaged democracy in the network society: exploring the gap between e-government and social media, by Kevin Harris. British Council, 2007.
An enfolding community? Neighbourliness and older people: research briefing, by Kevin Harris. Age Concern England, 2007.
Neighbourhood management: empowerment, place-shaping, and social capital: policy briefing, by Kevin Harris. Local Government Information Unit, 2007.
Understanding neighbourhoods: policy briefing, by Kevin Harris. Local Government Information Unit, 2007.
Neighbourliness, regeneration and neighbourhood management, Kevin Harris, National Association for Neighbourhood Management, 2007.
Localism, governance and the public realm, by Kevin Harris. Museums, Libraries and Archives Council, 2006.
Respect in the neighbourhood: why neighbourliness matters, edited by Kevin Harris. Russell House Publishing, 2006.
Common knowledge: community development and communication on a housing estate, by Kevin Harris. Cultural snapshots, 12, 2006.
Public libraries and community cohesion: developing indicators, by Kevin Harris and Martin Dudley. Museums, Libraries and Archives Council, 2005.
Looking out for each other: the Manchester neighbourliness review, by Kevin Harris and Toby Gale. Community Development Foundation, July 2004.
‘Keep your distance: remote communication, face-to-face, and the nature of community,’ by Kevin Harris. Journal of community work and development, 4(1), 2003.
‘Your third place or mine? Public libraries and local communities,’ by Kevin Harris. In Public library journal, 18(2), 2003, p26-29.
‘If you have the vision…’ Connecting people in the Network Society, by Kevin Harris. Community Development Foundation, 2001.
Pioneer community online centres: a management perspective: a report to DfES, by Martin Dudley and Kevin Harris. Community Development Foundation, 2001.
Many first steps: interim report to DTI and DfEE Learning Centres Board on the first phase of 'The Five' Pioneer Learning Centres, by Kevin Harris and Martin Dudley. Community Development Foundation, 2000.
'Everyone gets hooked': exploring ICTs in low-income neighbourhoods: report on research carried out for the Social Exclusion Unit's Policy Action Team on Access to IT, by Kevin Harris. Community Development Foundation, 1999.
‘The online life of communities: nurturing community activity in the information society’, by Kevin Harris. In: Building community information networks: strategies and experiences, edited by Sheila Pantry. London: Library Association Publishing, 1999, p61-83.
Open to interpretation: community perceptions of the social benefits of public libraries, by Kevin Harris. British Library Research and Innovation Centre Report 88. Community Development Foundation, 1998.
The net result: social inclusion in the information society: report of the National Working Party on Social Inclusion (INSINC). IBM UK, 1997.
Down-to-earth vision: community based IT initiatives and social inclusion [the COMMIT report] by Peter Day and Kevin Harris. Community Development Foundation and IBM UK, 1997.