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  • Routing Landscape : Ethnographic Studies of Movement and Journey
  • This article proposes that the term road provides a concept of theoretical value for anthropological discussions of mobility. Based on ethnographic research in two neighbouring settlements in Siberia, I discuss the range of stories indigenous
  • 2012
  • structures, such as global policy networks. The paper argues that increased use of ethnographic methods in policy transfer studies enables a focus on how global policy networks are produced through the actors driving the transfers. This is illustrated through
  • 2012
  • The research reveals how state strategies to govern resources and reaorder space were thwarted by the everyday practices of both farmers and state actors. Using a case study of a historic coffee-producing region,it presents ethnographic data
  • 2012
  • The paper explores the movements and placings that work to configure food as waste. Drawing on ethnographic examples, the A. explores the shifting contours and gradients that reduce the possibilities for disposing of food through conduits in which
  • 2012
  • Routing Landscape : Ethnographic Studies of Movement and Journey
  • a generalised temporal stasis, local and regional understandings of landscape emphasise specific histories, transience, and movement. Seeking these regional senses of landscape through an ethnographic approach, the paper presents some personal histories
  • 2012
  • Estonia ; Ideology ; Landscape polities ; Peasantry ; Power ; Resistance to change ; Rural landscape ; Social geography ; Social practice ; Soviet collective farming ; contested landscapes ; ethnographic field work
  • —their functions, meanings and the values behind this symbol. The article is based on ethnographic field work carried out between the years of 2001 and 2002 and traces the phenomenon of how living landscape transforms into deserted landscape; in other words, how
  • 2012
  • In the physical geographic region-classification of Slovenian-Hungarian borderland, which changed several times in the past century, the names of the natural and ethnographic areas are mingled. The inaccurate markings on official maps
  • 2012
  • and empirical compulsions (ethnographic, material, embodied, practice-based). It has a rather unique possibility to be both deconstructive and generative/creative. The AA. bring together more-than-human geographies and cross-scalar work on agency and governance
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  • Routing Landscape : Ethnographic Studies of Movement and Journey
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  • Routing Landscape : Ethnographic Studies of Movement and Journey
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  • . The A. aims to open up for a renewed sense of causation in the social domain in view of the manifest complexities with which we are faced in the present era of globalization and rapid social changes. The reasoning is ethnographic rather than conceptual
  • 2012
  • Routing Landscape : Ethnographic Studies of Movement and Journey
  • 2012
  • to rural women. It draws on diverse evidence, including twentieth century colonial archives, personal ethnographic field research undertaken over a 35- year period, associated quantitative surveys, and relevant secondary literature. The study concludes
  • 2012