By John A. Agnew, Katharyne Mitchell, Gerard Toal
A significant other to Political Geography provides scholars and researchers with a considerable survey of this energetic and colourful field.Introduces the simplest considering in modern political geography. Contributions written by means of students whose paintings has helped to form the self-discipline. contains paintings on the innovative of the sphere. Covers the newest theoretical advancements.
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99). The critical characteristic in Russia's natural milieu which worked to shape the country's development, Plekhanov argued, was the basic physiographic formation upon which this development took place, namely the Great Russian plain. Ancient Slavic tribes had emerged from the south-west onto this expansive stretch of territory in the early centuries of the Christian era, and it was subsequently to serve as the principal geographic arena for the development of the Russian state and nation. Plekhanov asserted that it was in the monotonous and overwhelming uniformity of this vast and sparsely inhabited landmass that the ultimate source of Russia's retarded development and endemic backwardness must be sought.
Moreover, a significant debate about the nature of "context" (the environment in which political behavior is shaped and expressed) between political geographers and political scientists has propelled the search for new methodologies that will clarify whether place matters or (stated baldly) whether political geography as a discipline is sustainable. If contexts (places) matter little except as convenient units to map or visualize political behavior, political geography fits the role assigned to it by the political scientist, Gary King.
A methodological foundation for this sort of analysis was provided in the influential writings of Carl Ritter or those of his yet-more influential colleague at Berlin University, Hegel, and the works which they inspired - for example, the histories of Michelet for France or Sergei Solov'ev for Russia - figured among the greatest historiographic achievements of the day. This determinist cast became much more pronounced in the latter decades of the century, as nationalist historiography sought to give its subject a more rigorous analytical foundation.
A Companion to Political Geography (Blackwell Companions to Geography) by John A. Agnew, Katharyne Mitchell, Gerard Toal