Political Geography: Recent Advances and Future Directions

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Peter James Taylor, John William House
Rowman & Littlefield, 1984 - Geography, Political - 239 pages
 

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Contents

INTRODUCTION GEOGRAPHICAL SCALE AND POLITICAL GEOGRAPHY
1
THE COHERENCE OF POLITICAL GEOGRAPHY PERSPECTIVES ON ITS PAST EVOLUTION AND ITS FUTURE RELEVANCE
8
THE APPLICATION OF ALTERNATIVE THEORIES IN POLITICAL GEOGRAPHY THE CASE OF POLITICAL PARTICIPATION
25
SPATIAL STRUCTURE OF THE STATE THE LOCAL STATE
50
SOCIOSPATIAL RELATIONS BETWEEN LOCAL STATE COLLECTIVE IDENTITY AND CONFLICT BEHAVIOUR
65
THE STATE CRISIS AND THE REGION PRELIMINARY THOUGHTS FROM A THIRD WORLD PERSPECTIVE
81
PARTITION A PROBLEM IN POLITICAL GEOGRAPHY
98
ACCUMULATION LEGITIMATION AND THE ELECTORAL GEOGRAPHIES WITHIN LIBERAL DEMOCRACY
117
THE POLITICAL GEOGRAPHY OF ELECTORAL GEOGRAPHY
133
FUTURE OF THE NATIONSTATE SYSTEM
149
GEOGRAPHICAL PERSPECTIVES ON SELFDETERMINATION
168
GEOGRAPHY AND WARPEACE STUDIES
191
GEOGRAPHIC MODELS OF INTERNATIONAL CONFLICTS
202
POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY AND POLITICAL GEOGRAPHY
227
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