Political Geography: Critical Concepts in the Social Sciences, Volume 1
Kevin R. Cox
McGraw Hill Professional, 2005 - Political geography - 1712 pages
In line with the tremendous growth in the study of political geography since the 1970s, this impressive collection charts the historical growth of the discipline, as well as the major themes of post-1970s developments.
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Africa American areas argued bank Belfast Britain British capital capitalist central century Chackmore Chapter civil society coins colonial concepts conflict construction context cultural domestic workers dominant economic Empire environment Europe European example fact federal feminist feminist geography Friesland Frisian Frisian language geopolitics Geopolitik German global graphy groups Halford Halford Mackinder Harvey human geography ical ideas ideology important industrial infrastructural institutions interests investment Isaiah Bowman issues labor labor power land location theory London Mackinder Mackinder's Marxist materialist means medieval ment mobility modern monetary nation-state networks North Northern Ireland notes organization particular perspective political economy political geography postmodern problem production regional relations relative role social South sovereignty spaces of dependence spaces of engagement spatial steppe structure territorial currencies theory tion tradition transformation unbundling uneven development urban renewal world-economy