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By John A. Agnew, Katharyne Mitchell, Gerard Toal

ISBN-10: 0631220313

ISBN-13: 9780631220312

A spouse to Political Geography offers scholars and researchers with a considerable survey of this energetic and colourful box.

  • Introduces the easiest pondering in modern political geography.
  • Contributions written via students whose paintings has helped to form the self-discipline.
  • Includes paintings on the innovative of the sphere.
  • Covers the newest theoretical developments.

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BuÈcher et al. ) Festgaben fuÈr Albert SchaÈffle zur siebenzigsten Wiederkehr seines Begurtstags am 24 Februar 1901. TuÈbingen: Verlag der Laupp'schen Buchhandlung, 101±89. Ratzel, F. 1901±02. Die Erde und das Leben. Eine vergleichende Erdkunde, 2 vols. Leipzig/ Vienna: Bibliographisches Institut. Ratzel, F. 1906. Flottenfrage und Weltlage. In Kleine Schriften. Munich/Berlin: Oldenbourg, vol. II, 375±81. Ratzel, F. 1923. Politische Geographie, oder die Geographie der Staaten, des Verkehrs, und des Kriges, 3rd edn.

Scientific American, March. Semple, E. C. 1911. Influences of Geographic Environment, on the Basis of Ratzel's System of Anthropo-Geography. New York: Henry Holt, 1±2. Spencer, H. 1863. The Social Organism. In Essays: Scientific, Political, And Speculative. London: Williams & Norgate, vol. II, 143±84. Tatham, G. 1951. Environmentalism and Possibilism. In G. ) Geography in the 20th Century. London: Methuen, 128±64. Turner, F. J. 1897. The West as a field for historical study. Annual Report of the American Historical Association for the Year 1896.

Second, and connected to the first, quantitative geography (and shortly after, Geographic Information Science ± GIS) was promoted as a response to the challenges of the day, especially economic stagnation in Western countries. By pursuing spatial analysis and GIS, and later merging these approaches, geography could certify its ``scientific''status and show its uses to the corporatist state (Taylor and Johnston, 1995). Longley and Clarke (1995) stress the amount of ``technical deskilling'' that has occurred in geography in an era in which transferable skills and flexible specialization hold the keys to adaptability and change in a constantly restructuring labor market.

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