New Models in Geography: The Political-economy Perspective, Volume 2

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Unwin Hyman, 1989 - Political Science - 390 pages
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This collection of specially commissioned essays charts the new human geography from the perspective of political economy. Providing surveys of recent trends in theory, bibliographic guides to the literature, and pointers to advances and frontiers in thinking, the book ranges from cultural to economic and urban geography. The authors explore the connections between political economy and geographic thought in each area, with the emphasis lying on the processes of material production and social reproduction.

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Richard Peet is Professor at the Graduate School of Geography, Clark University and Co-Editor of "Economic Geography," His previous books include "Radical Geography" (1978), "International Capitalism and International Restructuring" (with Nigel Thrift, 1987), "New Models in Geography" (2 volumes, 1989), "Global Capitalism "(1991) and "Liberation Ecologies" (with Michael Watts, 1996).

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