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Rural school consolidation at the grass roots in early twentieth-century Iowa. The Geographical Review 88 — http: Journal of Environmental Psychology 14 1—19 http: Essays in historical geography pp. Virginia Environmental Law Journal 21 encyclopwdia Spatiality and the human sciences.


The cultural logics of transnationality. An enquiry into the origins of cultural change. Progress in Human Geography 20 — http: This Encyclopedia, on this relatively new strand of geography, considers all these new developments and helps to further establish this field.

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Association of American Geographers. Profound forces at work throughout the world have made geographical knowledge increasingly important for understanding numerous human dilemmas and our capacities to address them.

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Social structures and the geography of production. The single European market and the remaking of European financial capital. The area rncyclopedia map: Resources, location, trade, and development 4th ed. An earlier literature denaturalized maps, revealing them to be far from objective views of space but rather partial, inevitably biased discourses that represent the world in some ways and not others, naturalizing what they portray by obscuring social origins and processes.


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Social Text 33 54—81 http: The making and unmaking of the Third World. Politics and poetics in modernity.

Gentrification and the rent-gap. University of Idaho Press. Hardcoverpages. De Sola PoolI.

Rural—urban migration and gender division of labor in transitional China. A geography of adventure. A radical analysis of the Third World debt crisis.

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