2016 The Short Guide to Community Development (2nd
edition). Bristol: The Policy Press
2009 The well-connected community: a networking approach to community
development (2nd edition), Bristol: The Policy Press
2007 Equalities and communities: challenge, choice and change,
2005 Community development and networking (2nd edition), London:
2004 Community development and community cohesion: bridges or
barricades? London: CDF
2016 Gilchrist, A. Blending, braiding and balancing: Strategies
for managing the interplay between formal and informal ways of working with communities. The William Plowden Fellowship report. University of Birmingham: Third Sector Research Centre
2013 McCabe, A., Gilchrist, A. et al Making the links: poverty,
ethnicity and social networks, York, JRF
2013 Hudson, M., Netto, G., Sosenko,F.,
Noon, M., de Lima, P., Gilchrist, A. and Kamenou-Aigbekaen, N. In-work poverty, ethnicity and workplace cultures, York, JRF
2011 Morris, D. and
Gilchrist, A. Communities connected: inclusion, participation and common purpose, London, RSA.
2011 Gilchrist, A. and Kyprianou, P. (2011) Social networks,
poverty and ethnicity – distillation paper, York, JRF.
2010 Gilchrist, A., Bowles, M. and
Wetherell, M.S. Identities and social action: connecting communities for a change, Open University. Download from www.socialidentities.org
2008 Seebohm, P. and Gilchrist, A.
Connect and Include, report of research into community development and mental health, London: National Social Inclusion Partnership/CDF.
Gilchrist, A. (2016) (In)formal interactions and interfaces - implications for
practice. Journal for Radical Community Work, vol 2.
Seebohm, P., Gilchrist, A. and Morris, D.
(2012) Bold but balanced: How community
development contributes to mental health and inclusion, Community Development Journal, vol 47, pp.473-490.
Gilchrist, A. (2003) 'Community development in the UK - possibilities and
paradoxes, Community Development Journal, vol 38, pp.16-25.
Gilchrist, A. (2000) 'The well-connected community: networking to the edge of
chaos' in Community Development Journal, vol 35, pp. 264-275.
Gilchrist, A. (1998) 'A more excellent way: developing coalitions and consensus
through informal networking' in Community Development Journal, vol 33, pp. 100-108.
Gilchrist, A. (1992) 'Grey Matters: struggles for new thinking and new respect
for older people' Community Development Journal, vol 27, pp. 175-181.
2011 Gilchrist, A. Chapter on citizen participation in
the UK, published by Central and Eastern European Citizens Network (CEE CN)
2007 Gilchrist, A.
'Community development and networking for health' in Public health for the 21st century: new perspectives on policy, participation and practice, 2nd edition, eds. J. Orme et al. Milton
Keynes: Open University Press.
2007 Gilchrist, A . ‘Linking partnerships and networks’ in
Leading work for young people, eds. T. Harrison et al. Milton Keynes: Open University Press
2004 Gilchrist, A. ‘Developing the well-connected community’
in Network Logic: who governs in an inter-connected world, London: Demos.
Gilchrist, A. (2003) 'Linking partnerhsips and networks' in Managing
communtiy practice, eds S. Banks, H. Butcher, P.Henderson and J. Robertson. Bristol: The Policy Press.