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  • The political ecology of nuclear power in Ireland or, how nuclear wastes
  • The A. poses multiple questions about how we feel about the past ; how we see the landscape ; how and what we learn from them ; and when we should make a decision to preserve them. - (DWG)
  • A. considers how we obtain and use visual materials and how they structure our narratives. She notes that the collection of visual materials is often difficult and uncontextualized with notes or other written information. Visual materials used
  • by historical geographers are usually not interpreted for their political representation. Finally, she urges us to consider how the visual material might reflect underlying precepts of colonialism, masculanism, and racism. - (SLD)
  • On the development of the policy, the AA. look at how the need for affordable housing is assessed, how the policy evolves, and how it is currently operated. On the principles and potential outputs of the policy they look at how the approach fits
  • The AA. focus on how ruins may be used to critically examine capitalist and state manifestations of power. They consider the way in which ruins may challenge dominant ways of relating to the past, and they look at how ruins may complicate strategies
  • The A. summarises how new methods of cartography could serve the geographical science not only in the field of description. Projects of the Geographical Research Institute illustrate how the development of digital mapping can be adopted
  • How many lakes are there in Sweden?
  • How to lie with maps
  • How to lie with maps
  • It is about the general tasks of geography, its historical description, about the environmental management, and how to teach it. Talks about the responsibility of teachers, and how articles can support geography as a science.
  • Geographic information systems : what they are, and how they work
  • How and why Phoenix households changed : 1970-1980
  • Claiming new territory for a stable peace : how geography can contribute
  • Algerian thermalism in its geostructural setting. How Hydrogeology has helped in the elucidation of Algeria's deep-seated structure in Hydrogeothermal studies. 26th International geological congress.
  • Geography in three worlds: how Popper's system can help elucidate dichotomies and changes in the discipline
  • Ideas on how to enliven the teaching of geography
  • How large is the oil and gas sector of Russia ?
  • It is not always evident how race matters to the study of food. The paper proposes how theories of race are being used in the literature. Most literature implicitly relies on the social construction of race to consider representations
  • and performances of race in contexts of eating or producing food. Explicit engagement with the concept of race and its theoretical foundations is important because it allows scholars to make arguments about how racism shapes food systems, to understand how race
  • changes through food, and to consider how food might enable different theorizations of race.