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  • Hegel’s geographical thought
  • Dialectics ; Geographical thought ; Historical geography ; Nineteenth Century ; Philosophy ; Physical geography ; Social geography ; Twentieth Century
  • Dialectique ; Géographie historique ; Géographie physique ; Géographie sociale ; HEGEL (G.W.F.) ; Pensée géographique ; Philosophie ; Philosophie politique ; Siècle 19 ; Siècle 20
  • Filosofía ; Geografía física ; Geografía histórica ; Geografía social ; Pensamiento geográfico ; Siglo 19 ; Siglo 20
  • This paper sketches out the contours of the philosopher G W F Hegel’s geographical thought. After reviewing geographers’ remarks on Hegel, it briefly discusses his social ties with his contemporaries Carl Ritter and Alexander von Humboldt to provide
  • some biographical and intellectual context for the discussion that follows. It then addresses the three primary geographical facets of Hegel’s work, namely his concept of ‘space’, his understanding of physical geography and its relation to race
  • 2014
  • Geographical narratives of social capital : telling different stories about the socio-economy with context, place, power and agency
  • Capital social ; Discours ; Economie ; Economie néoclassique ; Lieu ; Pouvoir
  • Discourse ; Economy ; Place ; Power ; Social capital
  • Capital social ; Discurso ; Economía ; Lugar ; Poder
  • On souhaite un nouvel engagement des géographes par rapport au concept de capital social et par rapport aux discours sur les processus socio-économiques sous-jacents. On passe en revue la théorie du capital social afin d'illustrer comment un désir
  • de simplicité et de parcimonie peut apparaître dans les résultats économiques de théories sociales abstraites faisant table rase du contexte et réduisant l'espace à une forme statique. On propose un cadre géographique pour un programme de recherche
  • sur ce capital social révisé.
  • 2014
  • Différence d'âge ; Entretien semi-structuré ; Femme ; Genre ; Géographe ; Géographie sociale ; Identité ; Masculinité ; Positionnalité ; Recherche
  • Gender ; Geographer ; Identity ; Masculinity ; Positionality ; Research ; Social geography ; Woman
  • Geografía social ; Geógrafo ; Género ; Identidad ; Investigación ; Mujer
  • experiences, this research outlines the need for explicit critical attention by geographers to the influence of the fluid intersectional identities of the researcher and researched on research experiences in the field and research outcomes.
  • 2014
  • [b1] Faculty of Health and Social Care, Open Univ., Milton Keynes, Etats-Unis
  • Architecture ; Geographical imagination ; Kazakhstan ; Modernity ; Modernization ; Power ; Role of the State ; Social class ; Social exclusion ; Social geography ; Urbanism
  • Architecture ; Astana ; Classe sociale ; Exclusion sociale ; Géographie sociale ; Imaginaire géographique ; Kazakhstan ; Modernisation ; Modernité ; Pouvoir ; Rôle de l'Etat ; Urbanisme
  • Arquitectura ; Clase social ; Exclusión social ; Geografía social ; Imaginario geográfico ; Kazakhstan ; Modernidad ; Modernización ; Poder ; Rol del Estado ; Urbanismo
  • the exclusionary practices of elites and non-elites alike. Taking the case of Kazakhstan's new capital city, Astana, it examines how the state-led urban modernisation agenda simultaneously draws upon and re-inscribes a set of interlocking popular geographic
  • 2014
  • Any advice is welcome isn’t it?” : neoliberal parenting education, local mothering cultures, and social class
  • Classe sociale ; Culture locale ; Education ; Education des parents ; England ; Enseignement primaire ; Géographie sociale ; Ménage ; Néolibéralisme ; Royaume-Uni ; Rôle de la mère
  • Education ; England ; Household ; Neo liberalism ; Primary education ; Social class ; Social geography ; United Kingdom
  • Clase social ; Educación ; Enseñanza primaria ; Geografía social ; Inglaterra ; Neoliberalismo ; Reino Unido ; Unidad familiar
  • This paper explores the attitudes of parents of different social class positions to parenting education, in particular sociospatial English contexts. It reveals the importance of local class-based cultures of mothering in influencing both
  • the attitudes of individual mothers to parenting classes, and the success of neoliberal policy implementation in diverse socioeconomic neighbourhoods. It concludes by emphasising the importance of geographical research into newly emerging forms of education
  • ; the value of engaging with the subjects of neoliberal education policy because their attitudes influence its implementation in practice; and the need to set educational provision in its wider geographical context, as this can shape the success of policies
  • 2014
  • Discourse ; Geographical imagination ; Justice ; Land ; Middle East ; Palestine ; Political geography ; Regulation ; Twentieth Century
  • understand the world; the second is that understandings of justice (including both abstract ideas and geographical imaginaries) are deeply historical and social. He then demonstrates the historical and social geographical imaginaries to assessments of justice
  • In the first part of the paper, the A. presents popular understandings of and discourses about justice through two premises. The first one is that they depend on the geographical and historical frames – geographical imaginaries – through which we
  • by examining the discourse surrounding the controversial 1940 Land Transfer Regulations in Palestine. A close look at the positions of each side reveals that their differences lay not in their abstract principles of justice but in the geographical imaginaries
  • 2014
  • Accessibilité ; Activité quotidienne ; Bien-être ; Capital social ; Espace urbain ; Géographie sociale ; Hong Kong ; Localisation ; Participation ; Quartier
  • Accessibility ; Hong Kong ; Location ; Neighbourhood ; Participation ; Social capital ; Social geography ; Urban area ; Well-being
  • Accesibilidad ; Barrio ; Bienestar ; Capital social ; Espacio urbano ; Geografía social ; Hong Kong ; Localización ; Participación
  • This article analyzes how well-being is associated with geographical context, social contacts, and life circumstances in Hong Kong. First, it finds that life satisfaction is associated more strongly with geographical context than is momentary well
  • -being. Second, it confirms positive relations between social contacts and experienced well-being but extend earlier research by showing that these relations stretch across multiple timescales and depend to some extent on the duration of an activity
  • 2014
  • Making their own futures? Research change and diversity amongst contemporary British human geographers
  • Connaissance ; Enseignement supérieur ; Géographe ; Géographie humaine ; Interdisciplinarité ; Politique de la recherche ; Recherche ; Recherche géographique ; Royaume-Uni
  • Geographer ; Geographic research ; Higher education ; Human geography ; Inter-disciplinary approach ; Knowledge ; Research ; United Kingdom
  • The paper discusses a survey of British academic human geographers enquiring about change and diversification within personal research activities, their nature, motivations and impacts. The findings highlight the range of motivations underpinning
  • research change, its impacts and mediation through the institutional context of British human geography. It concludes that despite a more prescriptive institutional context geographers have a degree of autonomy, albeit somewhat fettered, to shape their own
  • 2014
  • [b1] School of Natural and Social Sciences, Univ. of Gloucestershire, Cheltenham, Royaume-Uni
  • Aide sociale ; Bénéficiaire ; Famille ; Géographie politique ; Géographie sociale ; Ménage ; Parti d'opposition ; Politique sociale ; Royaume-Uni ; Réduction des dépenses ; Réforme ; Rôle de l'Etat
  • Family ; Household ; Political geography ; Reform ; Role of the State ; Social assistance ; Social geography ; Social policy ; United Kingdom
  • Ayuda social ; Familia ; Geografía política ; Geografía social ; Política social ; Reforma ; Reino Unido ; Rol del Estado ; Unidad familiar
  • This article examines the structure, geography and impact of British government benefit cuts in Britain. It analyses, the nature and rationale for the welfare reforms and cuts, especially the stress on ‘fairness’, and the social and geographical
  • impact of the benefit cap. It argues that the cuts point to a re-orientation of the welfare state and pose political problems for the Opposition, given the shift in social attitudes to welfare.
  • 2014
  • Climate extremes in the United States : recent research by physical geographers
  • Adaptation ; Climate extreme ; Climatic change ; Drought ; Geographic research ; Heavy rain ; Hurricane ; Inter-disciplinary approach ; Inundation ; Physical geography ; Risk management ; Social cost ; Social sciences ; The 2000's ; Tornado ; United
  • Adaptation ; Années 2000 ; Changement climatique ; Coût social ; Etats-Unis ; Extrême climatique ; Gestion du risque ; Géographie physique ; Inondation ; Interdisciplinarité ; Ouragan ; Pluie torrentielle ; Recherche géographique ; Sciences sociales
  • Adaptación ; Cambio climático ; Ciencias sociales ; Costo social ; Estados Unidos ; Geografía física ; Gestión del riesgo ; Huracán ; Interdisciplinaridad ; Inundación ; Investigación geográfica ; Lluvia recia ; Sequía ; Tornado ; Vulnerabilidad
  • This paper reports a review of research on domestic climate extremes conducted by US physical geographers over the past 15 years. Sections cover extremes in wind, precipitation, lightning, and temperature, as well as derivative climate extremes
  • of the extreme's economic and human costs; lessons for assessment, policy, and management; and scale. The AA. conclude that most of the works reviewed inadequately address the human basis of vulnerability to climate extremes, and encourage physical geographers
  • to work with colleagues from the other subfields of geography and the social sciences to develop the holistic understanding of vulnerability needed to effectively adapt to the more extreme climate projected under climate change.
  • 2014
  • Block, neighbourhood or district ? the importance of geographical scale for area effects on educational attainment
  • and district level in Oslo, Norway. The results reveal significant effects on the youth's future educational attainment at all geographical levels and for all tested measures of social and demographic area composition. They also show that the highest
  • geographical level (district) has the strongest effect. This surprising result is tentatively interpreted to emerge from a combination of three interwoven mechanisms: the youths' extended activity spaces and social interactions, the institutional aspects
  • This study examines adolescent development, with educational attainment as the dependent variable. It further addresses contextual effects that emerge at different intra-urban geographical scales by exploring spatial effects at block, neighbourhood
  • 2014
  • Centre-ville ; Classe sociale ; District ; Espace urbain ; Etats-Unis ; Géographie sociale ; Modèle résidentiel ; Pauvreté ; Proximité ; Siècle 19 ; Statut social
  • District ; Inner city ; Nineteenth Century ; Poverty ; Proximity ; Social class ; Social geography ; Social status ; United States of America ; Urban area
  • Casco urbano ; Clase social ; Distrito ; Espacio urbano ; Estados Unidos ; Estatuto social ; Geografía social ; Pobreza ; Proximidad ; Siglo 19
  • The classic geographic distinction between situation and site factors suggests that the former will have declined and the latter increased since the late 19th century in their importance as determinants of American urban residential patterns. We
  • 2014
  • Bibliométrie ; Citation ; Etats-Unis ; Europe ; Géographie sociale ; Publication scientifique ; Qualification professionnelle
  • Bibliographic analysis ; Citation ; Europe ; Professional qualification ; Scientific publication ; Social geography ; United States of America
  • Bibliometría ; Calificación profesional ; Estados Unidos ; Europa ; Geografía social ; Publicación científica
  • Based upon an empirical research (a questionnaire survey) carried out among social geographers of different countries at the turn of 2013 and 2014, the main purpose of the article is to demonstrate the major characteristics and conditions
  • of scientific qualification and the evaluation of scientific performance in different countries from social geographical aspect. The importance of publications and citations is also discussed in the judgement of academic performance. - (AM)
  • 2014
  • Web presence of academic geographers : a generational divide?
  • Communication ; Economie de la connaissance ; Enseignant ; Enseignement de la géographie ; Etudiants ; Fracture générationnelle ; Internet ; Néolibéralisme ; Recherche géographique ; Réseaux sociaux ; Université
  • Communication ; Geographic research ; Internet ; Knowledge economy ; Neo liberalism ; Students ; Teacher ; Teaching of geography ; University
  • In this article, the Web practices of academic geographers are examined through an Internet-based survey, to better understand how these geographers both present themselves through the Internet and perceive the importance of such practices around
  • 2014
  • Canada ; Enseignement de la géographie ; Géographe ; Géographie historique ; Géographie sociale ; Géographie économique ; Immigration ; MAVOR (J.) ; Minorité ethnique ; Siècle 19 ; Siècle 20 ; Université
  • Canada ; Economic geography ; Ethnic minority ; Geographer ; Historical geography ; Immigration ; Nineteenth Century ; Social geography ; Teaching of geography ; Twentieth Century ; University
  • Canada ; Enseñanza de la geografía ; Geografía económica ; Geografía histórica ; Geografía social ; Geógrafo ; Inmigración ; Minoría étnica ; Siglo 19 ; Siglo 20 ; Universidad
  • map of ethnic distribution); introducing economic geography into the Toronto political economy curriculum; preparing analytical economic/social geography chapters on Canada for the Oxford Survey of the British Empire; and presenting illuminating ideas
  • 2014
  • Espace urbain ; Géographie sociale ; Homosexualité ; Identité ; Sexualité ; Spatialité ; Tchèque république
  • Czech Republic ; Homosexuality ; Identity ; Sexuality ; Social geography ; Spatiality ; Urban area
  • Espacio urbano ; Geografía social ; Homosexualidad ; Identidad ; República Checa ; Sexualidad
  • The relevance and importance of sexualities as a geographical issue is yet to be recognized in Czechia, therefore understandings of the issue produced from outside of the ‘West’ may contribute to the general knowledge about diverse spatialities
  • of sexualities. For the sake of coherence, the discussion is narrowed to urban geographies of sexualities and their various epistemologies. The article is focused mostly on an Anglo-Saxon literature review figuring sexualities as being either social relations
  • , axis of difference, social identities or categories not less important than gender, race and social class. - (EN)
  • 2014
  • Emerging frontiers, challenges and changing professional avenues for geographers in the contemporary world
  • Changement global ; Débouché professionnel ; Géographie humaine ; Géographie physique ; Histoire de la géographie ; Monde ; Pratique de la géographie ; Rôle du géographe ; Savoir géographique ; Union Géographique Internationale
  • Geographer's role ; Geographical knowkedge ; Global change ; History of geography ; Human geography ; International Geographical Union ; Job opportunity ; Physical geography ; Practice of geography ; World
  • interagissent entre elles et quels sont les facteurs de leur distribution. Un géographe idéal possède des compétences analytiques scientifiques et sociales. La géographie représente un pont entre les sciences humaines et physiques. Au début, elle s’est
  • 2014
  • Composite geographical context and school choice attitudes in Sweden : a study based on individually defined, scalable neighborhoods
  • Choix de l'école ; Composition ethnique ; Composition sociale ; Education ; Effet de voisinage ; Enfants ; Enseignement primaire ; Famille ; Géographie sociale ; Quartier ; Suède
  • Children ; Education ; Ethnic composition ; Family ; Neighbourhood ; Neighbourhood effect ; Primary education ; School choice ; Social geography ; Sweden
  • Barrio ; Composición étnica ; Educación ; Efecto de vecindad ; Enseñanza primaria ; Familia ; Geografía social ; Niños ; Selección de la escuela ; Suecia
  • This article uses a novel approach to the measurement of geographical context to analyze neighborhood influences on school choice attitudes among Swedish parents. The results show that parental motives for choosing schools in Sweden are strongly
  • influenced by the social and ethnic composition of their own and their adjacent neighborhoods. Thus, parents living in academic, high-income areas put little stress on attending an assigned school, close-to-home schools, or stating that the municipality has
  • 2014
  • Activism ; Empowerment ; Epistemology ; Feminism ; Geographic research ; Public geography ; Research ; Social geography ; Subjectivity ; Woman
  • Activisme ; Epistémologie ; Femme ; Féminisme ; Géographie publique ; Géographie sociale ; Recherche ; Recherche géographique ; Responsabilisation ; Subjectivité
  • Activismo ; Epistemología ; Feminismo ; Geografía social ; Investigación ; Investigación geográfica ; Mujer
  • Recent calls for more discussion about “public geographies” highlight the need to understand the epistemologies and methodologies that shape the production of public geographic knowledge. Feminist theory and participatory and activist research
  • 2014
  • The geographical dimension of innovation collaboration : networking and innovation in Norway
  • This paper examines the impact of manager-level, firm-level and regional-level variables on the decisions of firms to collaborate with partners at different levels of geographical distance. The results indicate that collaboration is affected
  • in different ways by variables related to the following levels (the region, elsewhere in the country and abroad, respectively). They highlight the need to balance policies for boosting regional social capital and RandD with investments in education
  • 2014