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  • System of social information in the practice of social geography
  • Concept ; Geographical information system ; Information ; Social geography ; Theory
  • Concept ; Géographie sociale ; Information ; Système d'information géographique ; Théorie
  • Many experts in the field speak of the need for the creation of social information, and this aspect of information is the subject of the present paper. Definition of social information. Sources of social information. Geographic information systems.
  • Egy nagykozség (Doboz) szocialgeografiai jellemzése. (Social geographical characterization of a large village (Doboz)
  • Békés ; Caractéristique ; Doboz ; Géographie de l'Europe ; Géographie sociale ; Hongrie ; Peuplement rural
  • The social geographical investigation of Doboz county revealed that its physical geographical potentials differ significantly from other areas of Békés county. (CK).
  • Between space and time : reflections on the geographical imagination
  • Capitalisme ; Changement social ; Espace ; Espace social ; Esthétique ; Géographie historique ; Géopolitique ; Reproduction sociale ; Temps ; Théorie sociale ; Vie sociale
  • Capitalism ; Esthetics ; Geopolitics ; Historical geography ; Social change ; Social life ; Social reproduction ; Social space ; Social theory ; Space ; Time
  • This study of the historical geography of concepts of space and time suggests that the roots of the social construction of these concepts lie in the mode of production and its characteristic social relations.
  • A world in a grain of sand: towards a reconceptualisation of geographical scale
  • Australie ; Changement social ; Communauté ; Echelle ; Groupe social ; Politique ; Relations sociales ; Restructuration économique
  • Australia ; Community ; Economic restructuring ; Policy ; Scale ; Social change ; Social group ; Societal relations
  • This paper argues that inadequate conceptualisations of geographical scale restrict the relevance of much research to the agenda of an applied people's geography. A framework which conceptualises geographical scale as dialectically and internally
  • related to the totality of social relations, is proposed and discussed with examples from remote mining regions in Australia.
  • Socio-geographical systems, institutional mechanisms and risk processes
  • Géographie sociale ; Institution ; Modélisation ; Risque ; Système
  • Institution ; Modelling ; Risk ; Social geography ; System
  • of socio-geographical systems with different mechanisms relating to social inequalities and territorial differentiations. There are considered conceptualisations of uncertainty and risk in relations to socio-geographical systems. - (EN)
  • The paper considers the character of socio-geographical systems. It is concerned with complex characteristics of socio-geographical systems and basic types of institutional mechanisms. The paper makes an attempt to elaborate on a qualitative model
  • Geographical studying social infrastucture
  • Base économique ; Géographie humaine ; Géographie sociale ; Infrastructure ; Population ; Répartition de la population ; Réseau urbain ; Système urbain
  • Infrastructure comprises only the material-technical basis for socio-economic activities. Possibilities of geographical studying social infrastructures are outlined and tendences to from a geography of infrastructure as an independent discipline
  • Embodied social capital and geographic perspectives : performing the habitus
  • BOURDIEU (P.) ; BUTLER (J.) ; Capital social ; Concept ; Exclusion sociale ; Géographie sociale ; Reproduction sociale ; Réseau de sociabilité ; Théorie
  • Concept ; Social capital ; Social exclusion ; Social geography ; Social network ; Social reproduction ; Theory
  • L'A. reprend le débat sur les théorisations et conceptualisations du capital social. Les géographes ont eu tendance à minimiser sa valeur analytique. L'A. construit une perspective de mise en application. Le concept est théorisé selon quatre
  • Sull’essenza della geografia, il suo ruolo sociale e la sua vocazione operativa
  • De la nature de la géographie, son rôle social et sa vocation opérationnelle
  • Epistémologie ; Géographe ; Italie ; Recherche ; Recherche géographique ; Rôle du géographe
  • Epistemology ; Geographer ; Geographer's role ; Geographic research ; Italy ; Research
  • Starting from a number of substantial statements of prominent geographers of the past about the nature of Geography, the author emphasizes the social and operational value of the geographical approach, wich strongly conflicts with the role played
  • Social memory and geographical memory of natural disasters
  • Environmental perception ; Geographical information system ; Historical geography ; Natural hazards ; Perception
  • The article offers a geographical perception of the relationship between social and geographical processes including their effects that becomes clearly evident in the case of natural hazards. Recently, geographical processes are often overlooked
  • as participants in the formation of landscapes. The article considers them from the viewpoint of their visibility in the social sphere, that is, from the viewpoint of the social memory of natural disasters as preserved in oral, written, and architectural accounts
  • Concepts of equity, fairness and justice in geographical studies
  • Concept ; Décision ; Equité ; Géographie ; Justice sociale ; Justice spatiale
  • Concept ; Decision ; Geography ; Social justice
  • These notions frequently appear in geographical writing. Eight distinct concepts underlie this usage, all of which are relevant to the study of geographical distributions. Such applications introduce complications in terms of measurement
  • A search for the missing link between social and geographical mobility in Regards sur la mobilité socio-spatiale.
  • England ; Groupe social ; Géographie de l'Europe ; Migration intérieure ; Mobilité sociale ; Royaume-Uni ; Société ; Wales
  • This study uses data from the Longitudinal Survey of England and Wales to examine the relationships between social and geographical mobility. It shows that inter-regional migration is social class specific, that social mobility and geographical
  • mobility are positively related, and that inter-regional migration is strongly associated with upward intra-generational social mobility. - (JPD)
  • GIS as a social technology
  • Geographical information system ; Marketing ; Research ; Social geography
  • Commercialisation ; Géographie sociale ; Recherche ; Système d'information géographique
  • The paper presents a commentary upon the call for a broadening of the Geographical Information Systems (GIS) research agenda with the development of GIS as a social technology. The reasons for the lack of transformation are explored. - (AJC)
  • Towards a geographical research agenda for social enterprise
  • Communauté ; Déprise sociale ; Economie sociale ; Economie spatiale ; Entreprise ; Gestion ; Programme de recherche ; Royaume-Uni ; Sciences sociales ; Secteur d'activité
  • Community ; Economic sector ; Firm ; Management ; Research programme ; Social deprivation ; Social sciences ; Spatial economy ; Third sector ; United Kingdom
  • Ciencias sociales ; Comunidad ; Dejación social ; Economía espacial ; Empresa ; Gestión ; Programa de investigación ; Reino Unido ; Sector de actividad
  • This paper demonstrates that some of the research gaps relating to social enterprise and socially enterprising behaviour within the UK could be tackled within a geographical research agenda that recognises the place-based aspects of such activity
  • . It suggests ways in which geographers can bring their spatial lens to the development of interdisciplinary work on social enterprise. Through literature review the paper highlights knowledge gaps that geographers would be well-placed to fill.
  • Geography, social justice and the new South Africa
  • Afrique du Sud ; Citoyenneté ; Communauté ; Discrimination sociale ; Géographie sociale ; Inégalité sociale ; Justice sociale ; Postmodernisme ; Qualité de la vie ; Ségrégation résidentielle
  • Citizenship ; Community ; Post-modernism ; Quality of life ; Residential segregation ; Social discrimination ; Social geography ; Social inequality ; Social justice ; South Africa
  • Social justice has returned to the geographical agenda as a result of developments within the discipline and events in the wider world. A number of issues involving a more morally engaged geography are addressed, with particular reference to South
  • Eger tarsadalomfoldrajzi vizsgalata. (Social geographical investigation of Eger)
  • Eger ; Géographie de l'Europe ; Géographie sociale ; Heves ; Hongrie ; Logement ; Qualité du logement ; Société urbaine ; Structure socio-professionnelle
  • The first step in the social geographical investigation is to reveal the relationships between the various social groups and the dwelling function, their regional evaluation and the establishment of types. The occupations of the population
  • Social geographical research in Germany a balance sheet for the years 1950-1980 in Social geography.
  • (1950-1980) ; Allemagne de l'Ouest ; Axe de recherche ; Concept ; Ecole allemande ; Ghum ; Géographie humaine ; Géographie sociale ; Méthodologie ; Recherche ; Théorie
  • Bilan des plus importantes contributions parues au cours des trente dernières années qui ont permis aux géographes allemands de développer le thème de géographie sociale. Concept de groupe social, d'écologie sociale, d'espace social. Les indicateurs
  • How the other half lives: the geographical study of women
  • Discrimination sexiste ; Famille ; Femme ; Géographe ; Géographie humaine ; Géographie sociale ; Inégalité sociale ; Mentalité ; Perception ; Rôle social ; Sciences humaines ; Société
  • Les géographes, comme les autres chercheurs en Sciences sociales ont perpétué une vision mâle de la société en accentuant le rôle familial des femmes. En s'appuyant sur le ménage comme unité première d'étude et en négligeant l'étude géographique
  • explicite des femmes, les géographes ont implicitement entériné la structure sociale existante et les inégalités qui résultent de la différenciation des rôles selon les sexes. (MBG).
  • The social consequences of migration with reference to economic recession in Geographical agenda for a changing world.
  • Changement social ; Chômage ; Coût social ; Crise économique ; Economie ; Géographie humaine ; Migration de travail ; Migration intérieure ; Mode de vie ; Récession économique ; Siècle XX ; Société ; Structure familiale
  • Concept ; Environnement ; Géographe ; Organisation professionnelle ; Rôle du géographe ; Société
  • Concept ; Environment ; Geographer ; Geographer's role ; Professional organization ; Society
  • L'A. aborde les qualifications des géographes et leurs opportunités de carrière, leurs compétences pour résoudre les problèmes sociaux et environnementaux et enfin la place des géographes dans la société actuelle en général et en particulier la
  • Boundary objects and the social construction of GIS technology
  • Geographical information system ; Social group ; Technology
  • Groupe social ; Système d'information géographique ; Technologie
  • The AA. examine several instances of how GIS technology involves social negotiation by using a construct of boundary objects developed in a social constructivist framework. Boundary objects stabilize relationships through the negotiation of flexible