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  • Ethics, space, and somatic sensibilities : comparing relationships between scientific researchers and their human and animal experimental subjects
  • Bioethics ; Ethics ; Human body ; Relations between human and animal bodies ; Social sciences ; Somatic sensibility ; Space ; Well-being
  • Drawing on geographies of affect and nature-society relations, the AA. propose a radical rethinking of how scientists, social scientists, and regulatory agencies conceptualise human and animal participants in scientific research. They consider
  • the implications of the differentiation between human and animal bodies in ethical and welfare protocols and practices.
  • 2011
  • Envisioning landscapes, making worlds : geography and the humanities
  • Cartography ; Concept ; Human geography ; Landscape ; Place ; Space ; Territory
  • Cartographie ; Concept ; Espace ; Géographie humaine ; Lieu ; Métaphore ; Paysage ; Territoire
  • by humanities scholars and writers. The volume contains over 25 contributions from scholars both within and beyond the field of geography. It is arranged in four sections representing the depth and complexity of human meaning invested in maps, attached
  • The metaphors and concepts of geography now permeate literature, philosophy, and the arts. Concepts such as space, place, landscape, mapping, and territory have become pervasive as conceptual frameworks and core metaphors in recent publications
  • 2011
  • Les connaissances d'aujourd'hui en géographie humaine dans l'éducation géographique
  • Education ; Geographical knowkedge ; Human geography ; Hungary ; Pedagogy ; Teaching of geography
  • Education ; Enseignement de la géographie ; Géographie humaine ; Hongrie ; Pédagogie ; Rôle de la géographie ; Savoir géographique
  • The study provides a review of the human geographical contents of the Hungarian public education through the analysis of the requirements set by the frame curriculum and the maturity examination. The aim of the analysis is to provide a picture
  • of the significance and potentials of the human geographical contents within public education, and of the role of the subject fulfilled within the maturity examination. - (AM)
  • 2011
  • Creativeness ; Cultural studies ; Epistemology ; Human geography ; Inter-disciplinary approach ; Knowledge ; Place ; Space
  • Connaissance ; Créativité ; Culturel ; Epistémologie ; Espace ; Géographie humaine ; Interdisciplinarité ; Lieu
  • Recently there has been a convergence of transdisciplinary thought characterized by the engagement of geography with the humanities, and the integration of place and the tools of geography into humanities studies. This book traces this emerging
  • intellectual terrain with 30 contributions from mainly North American architects, artists, activists and literary scholars as well as geographers. It explores the rapidly expanding engagement of the humanities with geography, charts multi-methodological
  • 2011
  • Cinema ; Human geography ; Knowledge ; Mali ; Natural environment ; Photography
  • Cinéma ; Connaissance ; Géographie humaine ; Mali ; Milieu naturel ; Photographie
  • This paper presents few examples of the use of photographic and filmic materials for highlighting some traditional and actual components of the physic and human context of Mali. - (NF)
  • 2011
  • Envisioning landscapes, making worlds : geography and the humanities
  • Concept ; Exploration ; Geographical thought ; Human geography ; Landscape ; Metaphor ; Methodology ; Philosophy ; Place ; Research ; Space ; Territory
  • Concept ; Espace ; Exploration ; Géographie humaine ; Lieu ; Métaphore ; Méthodologie ; Paysage ; Pensée géographique ; Philosophie ; Recherche ; Territoire
  • The past decade has seen a remarkable resurgence in the intellectual interplay between geography and the humanities in both academic and public circles. The metaphors and concepts of geography now permeate literature, philosophy, and the arts
  • . Concepts such as space, place, landscape, mapping and territory have become pervasive as conceptual frameworks and core metaphors. This volume contains 30 research essays by scholars both within and outside academic geography. It is arranged in sections
  • representing different modes of examining the depth and complexity of human meaning invested in maps, attached to landscapes, and embedded in the spaces and places of modern life. The topics covered include interpretations of space, place, and landscape
  • 2011
  • Humanizing savanna biogeography : linking human practices with ecological patterns in a frequently burned savanna of Southern Mali
  • 2011
  • [b1] Department of Geography, California State Univ., Long Beach, Etats-Unis
  • Biography ; French school ; History of geography ; Human geography ; Practice of geography ; Regional geography ; Twentieth Century
  • Biographie ; DEFFONTAINES (P.) ; Ecole française ; Géographie humaine ; Géographie régionale ; Histoire de la géographie ; Pratique de la géographie ; Siècle 20
  • Pierre Deffontaines developed his interest in geography through a youthful fascination with maps and the countryside. He was captivated by human geography s taught and written about by Jean Brunhes. Deffontaines presented his doctoral thesis
  • on the regional geography of the Garonne valley, and then occupied teaching positions at the Catholic University in Lille, and at universities in Brazil and Quebec. He was also the long-serving director of the French Institute in Barcelona. He was a prolific
  • author, and edited the Géographie humaine series for the Gallimard publishing house. - (HC)
  • 2011
  • Human rights, care ethics and situated universal norms
  • Care ; Ethics ; Human rights ; Social geography ; Social inequality
  • Droits de l'homme ; Ethique ; Géographie sociale ; Inégalité sociale ; Norme ; Soin mutuel
  • 2011
  • [b1] Department of Geography, Univ. of Washington, Seattle, Etats-Unis
  • Tendances et approches d'aujourd'hui en géographie rurale
  • Concept ; Critical geography ; Geographical thought ; Human geography ; Research ; Rural area ; Rural geography ; Rurality ; Social theory ; Socio-economic system
  • Concept ; Espace rural ; Géographie critique ; Géographie humaine ; Géographie rurale ; Pensée géographique ; Recherche ; Ruralité ; Structure socio-économique ; Théorie sociale
  • on the relationships linking rural geography and human geography, especially from the point of view of the development of critical trends. The main objective set in this paper has been to present the influence of social theories in extending the scope of research
  • The essence of the theoretical transformation ongoing in rural geography reflects deep thought given to the concept of the ‘rural area’ and ‘rurality’ in new economic-political and social conditions, as well as extensive reflection
  • 2011
  • Human geographies of climate change : landscape, temporality, and lay knowledges
  • Adaptation ; Climatic change ; Daily life ; Emotion ; Human ecology ; Landscape ; Man-environment relations ; Temporality
  • 2011
  • Biography ; British school ; Economic geography ; History of geography ; Human geography ; Nineteenth Century ; Twentieth Century ; United Kingdom
  • Biographie ; Ecole britannique ; Géographie humaine ; Géographie économique ; Histoire de la géographie ; LYDE (L.W.) ; Royaume-Uni ; Siècle 19 ; Siècle 20
  • and historical evidence to support his sometimes controversial ideas on human geography. - (HC)
  • to occupy the new chair of economic geography at University College London, then the only geographer in the United Kingdom to hold professorial title. He presented his views vigorously in lectures and in textbooks, never failing to draw on anthropological
  • 2011
  • Climate change : positioning Ireland, positioning geography
  • Adaptation ; Climat historique ; Climatologie ; Géographie sociale ; Irlande ; Northern Ireland ; Paléo-écologie ; Paléoclimatologie ; Peuplement ; Population locale ; Risque ; Vulnérabilité
  • Adaptation ; Climatology ; Historical climate ; Ireland ; Local population ; Northern Ireland ; Palaeo-ecology ; Palaeoclimatology ; Risk ; Settlement ; Social geography ; Vulnerability
  • This paper seeks to prompt climate change researchers and climate hazard managers in Ireland to think expansively about the human potential for adjusting to anticipated climate perturbations in the twenty-first century. It argues that, in the past
  • the existing menu of human choices for the future. Evidence of the expanding gaze of humans on climate hazards is presented from a representative selection of monastic chronologies, letters, diaries and newspapers and the links to policy changes that eventually
  • followed in their wake are noted. At a time when innovations in information technology are redrawing the boundary between climate experts and laypersons, with uncertain but potentially far-reaching consequences, a systematic analysis of historical human
  • 2011
  • [b1] Department of Geography, Rutgers Univ., Piscataway, Etats-Unis
  • Progress in geography
  • Cursus scolaire ; Education ; Géographie scolaire ; Royaume-Uni ; Savoir géographique
  • Education ; Geographical knowkedge ; School curriculum ; School geography ; United Kingdom
  • to say about progress in its focus on change in the natural and human environment. The article focuses on geographical knowledge, linking it with a defence of geography the subject, before arguing for raising standards through fresh thinking about
  • The idea of education is an idea of progress, an investment in the future of young people and community. In geography a different concept of progress is often used to help justify the place in the curriculum. School geography also has something
  • the knowledge component of school geography.
  • 2011
  • Making links : on (re)engaging with transport and transport geography
  • Géographie des transports ; Géopolitique ; Mobilité ; Port ; Pèlerinage ; Recherche ; Transport ; Voyage
  • Geopolitics ; Harbour ; Journey ; Mobility ; Pilgrimage ; Research ; Transport ; Transportation geography
  • transport as a critical component of inquiry in geography is frequently taken for granted. The AA. invite a re-engagement with transport geography that opens fresh tracks for human geography : tourism and pilgrimage, geopolitics, ports.
  • The first progress reports on transport geography indicate how the field has been relatively marginal to broader disciplinary debates. Meanwhile, a literature on mobilities has developed. A review of otherwise largely distinct field reminds us how
  • 2011
  • Human geography in higher education in Malaysia : issues and challenges
  • Enseignant ; Enseignement de la géographie ; Enseignement supérieur ; Malaisie ; Politique éducative
  • Educational policy ; Higher education ; Malaysia ; Teacher ; Teaching of geography
  • L’A. étudie l’état de la géographie humaine enseignée à l’université en Malaisie par rapport aux quatre défis auxquels elle doit faire face : défendre son unité en tant que discipline cohérente et unique, maintenir sa survie institutionnelle
  • est peu probable, compte-tenu du passif accumulé au cours des années précédentes, que les politiques récentes en matière d’enseignement supérieur répondent efficacement aux défis auxquels doit faire l’enseignement de la géographie.
  • 2011
  • [b1] School of Social, Development and Environmental Studies, Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, Bangi, Malaisie
  • Letting them go - Agricultural retirement and human livestock relations
  • Cheptel ; England ; Géographie morale ; Marchandisation ; Relation homme-animal ; Relations sociales ; Retraité ; Royaume-Uni
  • Commodification ; England ; Livestock ; Moral geography ; Retired person ; Societal relations ; United Kingdom
  • 2011
  • [b1] Dept. of Geography, University of Portsmouth, Portsmouth, Royaume-Uni
  • Human modification of Korean landforms for geomantic purposes
  • Arbre ; Corée du Sud ; Culturel ; Environnement ; Géographie religieuse ; Géomancie ; Lieu ; Paysage ; Relief
  • Cultural studies ; Environment ; Geography of religion ; Landscape ; Place ; Relief ; South Korea ; Tree
  • 2011
  • [b1] Department of Geography, Univ., Auckland, Nouvelle-Zelande
  • Concept ; Core-periphery ; Human geography ; Marginal area ; Peripheral region ; Post-structuralism ; Research ; Rural area
  • Centre-périphérie ; Concept ; Espace marginal ; Espace rural ; Géographie humaine ; Poststructuralisme ; Recherche ; Région périphérique
  • of peripheral rural areas, and, on the other hand, builds on some idea of the possibilities of interpretation of rural periphery in the new – post-structural and cultural approaches in researches of human geography. – (BJ)
  • 2011
  • HIV/AIDS and sexual minorities in Mexico : a globalized struggle for the protection of human rights
  • AIDS ; Activism ; Health policy ; Human rights ; Mexico ; Minority ; Non-governmental organization ; Political geography ; Role of the State ; Sexuality ; Social geography
  • Activisme ; Droits de l'homme ; Géographie politique ; Géographie sociale ; Mexique ; Minorité ; Organisation non gouvernementale ; Politique de la santé ; Rôle de l'Etat ; SIDA ; Sexualité
  • 2011