The SAGE Handbook of Social Geographies

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SAGE Publications, 2010 - Social Science - 614 pages
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The social relations of difference – from race and class to gender and inequality – is at the heart of the concept of social geography and this Handbook reconsiders and redirects research in the discipline while examining the changing ideas of individuals and their relationship with structures of power. Organized into five sections, The SAGE Handbook of Social Geographies maps out the 'connections' anchored in social geography.
 

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Contents

Situating Social Geographies
1
SECTION 1 Difference and Diversity
41
Social Geographies of Difference
43
1 Gender Race Sexuality
55
2 Social Geographies of Age and Ageism
78
3 Disability Health and Citizenship
99
4 Colonialism and the Tensioned Landscapes of Indigeneity
118
5 Social Collisions
139
14 Health Risk and Resilience
329
15 Young People Care and Social Wellbeing
351
Emotions Selves and Spaces
368
17 Fear and its Others
389
SECTION 4 Geographies of Social Justice
409
Geographies of Social Justice
411
18 Geography and Social Justice
419
19 Ethical Spaces of Being Incommon
435

6 Geographies of Affect
154
7 Assemblage Geographies
176
SECTION 2 Geographies and Social Economies
195
Into the Black Box
197
8 Economic SocietySocial Geography
205
9 Geographies of Financial Risk and Exclusion
222
10 Emotional Economic Geographies
237
11 The Limits to Value
253
Whats Wrong with Neoliberalism?
269
SECTION 3 Geographies of Wellbeing
297
Geographies of Wellbeing
299
13 Geographies of Wellbeing
309
20 Environmental Justice and the Commons
455
21 Crime and the Remoralization of City Spaces
474
22 A Social Geography of Human Rights
488
SECTION 5 Doing Social Geographies
505
Doing Social Geographies
507
23 Participation
517
24 Relevance
546
25 The Politics and Ethics of Trust in Geographic Research
560
26 Quantification
573
Its not About Them and Us Its About Us
586
Index
605
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