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  • 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
  • , but it characterizes the demand for climate information and indicates how new climate forecasts might be received. Based on ethnographic data, this paper describes traditional climate prediction methods of farmers in Tlaxcala, Mexico to illustrate the relevance
  • and political economy of cooperation is analyzed. The A. calls for a greater attention to co-op member development visions and spatial strategies, and to the contribution that geographic and ethnographic research may make to the analysis of co-op formation
  • Biographie du voyageur, anthropologue et ethnographe russe bien connu, avec les caractéristiques de ses travaux. Le dernier chapitre est consacré à l'expédition en Nouvelle-Guinée et en Australie sur les pas de Maklaj, en 1971, et aux oeuvres du
  • The concentration of African-American poverty and the dispersal of the working class : an ethnographic study of three inner-city areas
  • Patients of the state : an ethnographic account of poor people's waiting
  • 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
  • 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
  • Pour l'ethnographe qui se livre à des enquêtes comparatives, la notion de culture alpine peut être autre chose qu'une simple abstraction. En se penchant sur des domaines marginaux comme celui de la chasse, certaines explications unitaires
  • 1996 marque le 195ème anniversaire de la naissance de Vladimir Ivanovitch Dal' (1801-1872), lexicographe russe, écrivain et ethnographe, un des fondateurs de la Société russe de géographie. Sa principale oeuvre scientifique, le Dictionnaire raisonné
  • la toponymie et de la terminologie. Avec compétence l'ethnographe I. Conea a réussi à élucider une série de thèmes controversés d'histoire, philologie et géographie. L'ouvrage a utilisé des documents historiques, sources cartographiques, recherches
  • might be identified. The paper takes up this challenge in an attempt to clarify the role of affect and practice in the production of place. It is then turning to an ethnographic account of young people, place, and urban life in Vancouver. The study
  • Drawing on ethnographic fieldwork, and utilizing a commodity chain and livelihoods approach, the article investigates the dynamics surrounding the cultivation, harvesting and trade of dried cardamom fruit from Hmong cultivators in Lao Cai province
  • This book focuses on the many and complex attempts to care for homeless people in the contemporary city. Drawing upon in-depth ethnographic research with organizations providing services for the homeless, and with the homeless themselves, the AA
  • The A. was researcher, ethnographer and writer. His book remains unrivaled among contemporary works for the sheer wealth of data he collected, during a trip from Mandalay to Moulmein, on a rather unknown region, the Sittang valley. The book
  • This paper discusses the changing geographies of risk and uncertainty with regard to the negotiations of access to public space for urban livelihoods in an environment where informal institutions dominate. A partly ethnographic account of everyday
  • Drawing from ethnographic interviews with Miskito and Garifuna communities on the Honduran Atlantic coast, this article reflects on the Consensus Mapping of Shared Boundaries Project, an indigenous countermapping initiative inside the Honduran
  • 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
  • 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
  • Building on research that considers commons through the practices which produce and maintain them—commoning—this article analyzes how privately owned front and backyards participate in urban commons. Through ethnographic research in three