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  • theoretical inadequacies. A third alternative is presented, based upon the work of the emergent modes of production school of historiography. It is argued that this perspective provides a potential means for the resolution of some of the theoretical
  • difficulties posed by an uncritical adoption of the worldsystems perspective and hence demands serious consideration from geographers.
  • A housing stock model for school population forecasting and planning
  • The Arab house. A report. (Report of a colloquium, School of Architecture, 15-16 March 1984)
  • School closures and local politics : the negociation of primary school rationalization in Manchester
  • Redefining high school catchment areas with varying effects of achievement quality
  • Spatial allocation procedure which aims at improving achievement equality simultaneously with upgrading accessibility to schools. The procedure allows the mutual effect of these two factors to be varied and the measurement of the real-world meaning
  • of such variations. The advantages of the proposed procedure in comparison with the common linear programming model used in spatial planning of school districts are discussed. Allocation patterns generated for the city of Beer-Sheva illustrate its use. - (DN)
  • Dynamic capacity planning of public schools in changing urban communities
  • Types of world agriculture map for higher schools
  • Environmental cognition of young children: images of journey to school and home area
  • Invisible women? The contribution of the Chicago School of Social Service Administration to urban analysis
  • School-performance indicators, the local residential environment, and parental choice
  • Neighbourhood schools and social mix: is comprehensive education an incentive for residential segregation?
  • Public schools and the pattern of intraurban residential mobility
  • Public schools and urban development in Perspectives on Canadian planning.
  • Intended-mobility responses to inner-city school closure
  • Perceived quality of life of senior secondary school students in Hong Kong in Computer cartography.
  • The conflict between social policy and regional planning has to be resolved through the approach of social geography. The achievements of scientific schools in the West are evaluated. (DLO).
  • Impact of selected policy and market factors upon student flows from high school to competing destinations
  • Short and mid-term planning of an elementary school network in a suburb of Lisbon
  • Accessibility and job search: a study of unemployed school leavers