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  • Labor, ecology, and a failed agenda of market incentives : the political ecology of agrarian reforms in Ghana
  • 2001
  • The political ecology of war : natural resources and armed conflicts
  • 2001
  • Ecological movement ; Ecology ; France ; Geopolitical strategy ; Political geography ; Political party ; Power ; Spatial distribution
  • 2001
  • Dilemmas of development in Oceania : the political economy of the Tongan agro-export sector
  • Agricultural product ; Development ; Ecological imbalance ; Economic dependency ; Economic growth ; Export ; Impact ; Political behaviour ; Social conflict ; Social inequality ; Social structure ; Tonga
  • 2001
  • Discourse ; Ecology ; Geopolitics ; Ideology ; Political geography
  • 2001
  • Coastal protection ; Corsica ; Decentralization ; Ecology ; Environmental conservation ; France ; Geopolitics ; National identity ; Nationalism ; Political geography ; Power ; Regional planning
  • 2001
  • Concept ; Ecology ; Nation ; Political geography ; Risk ; USSR
  • 2001
  • Asian part of Russia ; Chinese ; Demography ; Ecology ; Economy ; Frontier ; Frontier migration ; International migration ; Political geography ; Primorye ; Regional development
  • 2001
  • Basse-Normandie ; Diffusion ; Ecological movement ; Electoral geography ; France ; Political geography ; Political party ; Spatial analysis ; Spatial differentiation
  • 2001
  • Ideologies in crisis : political cleavages and electoral politics in Turkey in the 1990s
  • Democracy ; Election ; Islam ; Model ; Political geography ; Political party ; Turkey
  • 2001
  • Federalism ; Policy ; Political power ; Political reform ; Political regime ; Political sociology ; Russia
  • 2001
  • Rescuing Aunt Sally : taking institutional theory seriously in urban politics
  • The sub-discipline of urban politics has been constructed in opposition to a traditional version of institutional theory. Attention has shifted towards the broader influences on local decision-making and to the growing fragmentation of government
  • and the rise of partnerships. The article argues that recent developments call for a reformulated theory of the institutional constraints which urban political processes operate.
  • 2001
  • The geographical structure of capitalism at the origin of cultural protest against globalization as expressed in contemporary politics of identity
  • Capitalism ; Civilization ; Cultural studies ; Far-right ; Hinduism ; Identity ; Islam ; Nationalism ; Policy ; Political party ; Power ; World system
  • The A. argues that the failure of capitalism to bring about universal prosperity is at the origin of the rise of the politics of identity. It fails to secure decent living conditions for unskilled workers in the core states of Western Europe
  • , and opportunities for social mobility for the equivalent of the European middle-class in the (semi)peripheral states. An analysis of three cases of politics of identity (islamism, Hindu nationalism and extreme right-wing nationalism in Europe) corroborates this view
  • 2001
  • Competition ; Europe ; Local authority ; Nation-state ; Political geography ; Political life ; Political power ; Region ; Regionalization ; Town ; Urban administration ; Urban policy
  • This paper explores some issues in representing the geographies of mayoral power in contemporary Europe. It begins by summerizing the idea of a Europe of the Cities and an emerging new mayoral political class in Europe, and then discusses some
  • of the insights offered by cultural geography in conceptualizing this new agenda in urban politics.
  • 2001
  • The changing political landscape of California, 1968 to 2000
  • California ; Demographic structure ; Electoral behaviour ; Immigration ; Political geography ; Regional analysis ; Regionalization ; United States of America
  • three different settlement patterns in the 19th and 20th centuries. Validity of regions is tested to determine if new immigration and a general browning of the state have changed the dynamics of the political geography. A. finds state moving toward two
  • political regions : a racially diversified urban coast and a whiter rural interior. - (SLD)
  • 2001
  • Metropolitan political reorganization as a politics of urban growth : the case of San Fernando Valley secession
  • The A. argues that the politics of municipal reorganization must be seen in a broader context than just the formal powers and responsibilities of the local state. It is embedded in a wider politics of urban growth. To bring out the relationship
  • between reorganization and growth politics, the paper analyzes the case of a secession movement in Los Angeles' San Fernando Valley. The A. shows that, among other goals, secessionists are trying to restructure the local state so that they can now more
  • 2001
  • Ethnicity, ethnoregionalism, and the political geography of Putin's electoral support
  • Election ; Electoral geography ; Ethnic minority ; Ethnicity ; Political geography ; Regionalism ; Russia
  • 2001
  • Mapping new geographies of religion : politics and poetics in modernity
  • Contrary to views that the field is incoherent, the A. suggests that much of the literature pays attention to several key themes, particularly the politics and poetics of religious place, identity and community. He illustrates the key issues
  • 2001
  • On the politics of time and place in a transforming South African research environment : new challenges for research students
  • Human geography ; Political reform ; Research ; South Africa ; Space time
  • 2001
  • Annual political geography lecture sponsored by Elsevier Science and the political geography speciality group of the Association of American Geographers
  • Conflict ; Criminality ; Geographer's role ; Geography ; Policy ; Political geography ; Practice of geography ; United States of America ; Violence
  • 2001