Postmodern geographies: the reassertion of space in critical social theory
Building on the work of Foucault, Giddens, Jameson and Lefebvre, one of America's foremost geographers argues for a radical rethinking of the dialectics of space, time and social being.
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Preface and Postscript
Marxist Geography and Critical Social Theory
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Angeles assertion become capitalist capitalist city capitalist development Castells central centre century conceptualization concrete consciousness context core countries crisis critical human geography critical social theory critique cultural debate defined deindustrialization differentiation division of labour empirical Ernest Mandel existential expansion exploitation Fordist Foucault geographically uneven development geography of capitalism Giddens Giddens's global Harvey Henri Lefebvre historical geography historicism history and geography human geography ideology increasingly interpretation landscape Lefebvre Lefebvre's locales Mandel Marx Marx's Marxist geography materialist Modern Geography nodality ontological organization periphery political economy postmodern postmodern geographies production of space radical reassertion of space relations of production reproduction Sartre sectors simultaneously social and spatial social production social relations social science society socio-spatial dialectic spatial division spatial problematic spatial structure spatiality of social specific superprofits surplus value temporal territorial theoretical tion transfer of value transformation unequal exchange urban and regional urban sociology Western Marxism