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  • Science, scientific instruments and questions of method in nineteenth-century British geography
  • premiers géographes de cette époque. Il conclut par les implications d’une telle recherche qui traite non seulement du contexte institutionnel mais traite aussi des procédures épistémologiques et des contraintes liées à l’utilisation des instruments de
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  • [b1] Institute of Geography, Univ., Edinburgh, Royaume-Uni
  • Afghanistan ; Asia ; British people ; Cartography ; Central Asia ; Geographical knowkedge ; History of geography ; Imperialism ; Iran ; Nineteenth Century
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  • [b1] Institute of Geography, Univ., Edinburgh, Royaume-Uni
  • Biography ; British school ; History of geography ; Nineteenth Century ; Société de géographie
  • De Cappelle Brooke was a well-known British traveller and scientist who was a founder member of the Travellers’ Club, a fellow of the Royal and Linnean societies, a founder of the Raleigh Club, and one of the founders and first council members
  • of the Royal Geographical Society (established in London in 1830). He was also a member of the Societe de Geographie in Paris, and was widely regarded as an authority on Scandinavia, especially its northern parts. - (HC)
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  • Biography ; British school ; History of geography ; Human geography ; Twentieth Century ; United Kingdom
  • Lawton was a British geographer who spent most of his career at the University of Liverpool. His research had significant impact across the field of historical and population geography. As an enthusiastic teacher and tutor he mentored many scholars
  • census materials in geographical enquiry. He served many geographical organizations in the United Kingdom over many years. - (HC)
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  • Australia ; British Columbia ; Canada ; Concept ; Connectivity ; Emergence ; Epistemology ; Ethnogeomorphology ; Geographical knowkedge ; Geomorphology ; Landscape ; Man-environment relations ; New South Wales ; Space time
  • Australie ; British Columbia ; Canada ; Concept ; Connectivité ; Emergence ; Epistémologie ; Espace-temps ; Ethnogéomorphologie ; Géomorphologie ; New South Wales ; Paysage ; Relation homme-environnement ; Savoir géographique
  • as an integrating theme of geographic inquiry are explored, highlighting important tensions in the knowledge production process.
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  • There is considerable interest across several disciplines in the geographical dimensions of the Enlightenment and of cosmopolitanism. In reviewing this work and in extending from it, the paper proposes a yet deeper understanding of the geographical
  • , the geographical bases to cosmopolitanism in modern context.
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  • [b1] Institute of Geography, University of Edinburgh
  • Académie polonaise des arts et sciences ; Géographie ; Histoire de la géographie ; Histoire des sciences ; Institution ; Kraków ; Małopolska ; Pologne ; Savoir scientifique ; Siècle 19 ; Siècle 20
  • Cracow ; Geography ; History of geography ; History of sciences ; Institution ; Little Poland ; Nineteenth Century ; Poland ; Scientific knowledge ; Twentieth Century
  • The Geographical Commission created in t 1924 by the Polish Academy of Arts and Sciences was active in the inter-War period for some 14 years. After the Second World War it was re-established by the Cracow Branch of the Polish Academy of Sciences
  • as the Commission of Geographical Sciences. A year ago the Commission underwent a change of name and was reactivated by the Polish Academy of Arts and Sciences. The described changes are a part of the history of the scientific geographical centre in Cracow. – (BJ)
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  • Learning electoral geography? Party campaigning, constituency marginality and voting at the 2010 British general election
  • 2013
  • [b1] School of Geographical Sciences, Univ., Bristol, Royaume-Uni
  • Ethnic and religious penalties in a changing British labour market from 2002 to 2010 : the case of unemployment
  • 2013
  • [b2] School of Geographical Sciences, Univ., Bristol, Royaume-Uni
  • and marketing – that inform the genesis of brands, exploring their deployment in the making of teak with reference to selected historical and geographical entanglements of the British Empire and former colonies (notably Burma as prime country of origin).
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  • Housing foreclosure as a geographically contingent event
  • This article discusses housing foreclosure in Colmbus, Ohio, as a geographically contingent event. Unique areas are examined by neighborhood reconnaissance, exploratory data analysis, interviews, and archival research. Relevant factors include race
  • /ethnicity and socio-economic characteristics. Beyond that, differing variable combinations lead to different outcomes, as do processes such as neighborhood life cycle, institutional actions/involvement, and year of home purchase/construction relative
  • 2013
  • Connecting scientific observations to stakeholder needs in sea ice social–environmental systems: the institutional geography of northern Alaska
  • Accessibility ; Alaska ; Arctic Region ; Climate policy ; Climatic change ; Data analysis ; Decision making process ; Ecosystem service ; Geographic information ; Information ; Institution ; Sea ice ; Society-environment relationship
  • Accessibilité ; Alaska ; Analyse des données ; Arctique ; Changement climatique ; Glace de mer ; Information ; Information géographique ; Institution ; Politique climatique ; Relation société-environnement ; Service écologique ; Stratégie d'acteurs
  • Les institutions qui gèrent les systèmes d'exploitation de la glace de mer en Arctique sont associées à des endroits, à des espèces et à des environnements particuliers. Cependant, les scientifiques prennent rarement en compte la façon par laquelle
  • caractéristiques multi-juridictionnelles, sociales, géophysiques et écologiques du point de vue des services. Les AA. présentent la géographie des institutions travaillant sur la glace de mer en Alaska du nord afin de démontrer la fragmentation de la production des
  • 2013
  • Mobile ‘green’ design knowledge : institutions, bricolage and the relational production of embedded sustainable building designs
  • Architecture ; Australie ; Connaissance ; Consommation d'énergie ; Construction de logement ; Développement ; Développement durable ; Efficacité énergétique ; Energie ; Etats-Unis ; Institution ; Royaume-Uni
  • Architecture ; Australia ; Development ; Energy ; Energy consumption ; House building ; Institution ; Knowledge ; Sustainable development ; United Kingdom ; United States of America
  • », il est possible de réunir de multiples connaissances mobiles, produisant ainsi de nouvelles dites « vertes » et de surmonter les difficultés actuelles. Il conclut que les géographes économiques peuvent contribuer aux débats sur la transition et la
  • 2013
  • After having been trained at the Sorbonne, this pioneering geographer spent much of his career at the University of Sao Paulo in Brazil, where he researched the impact of pioneer settlements, the development of coffee production, and the growth
  • of that city. Drawing on ideas from various social sciences, he explored linkages between coffee producers and the global commodity trade. After returning to France, he taught at several institutions of higher learning including the Sorbonne and a new institute
  • 2013
  • Virtual geographic environment : a workspace for computer-aided geographic experiments
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  • [b1] Institute of Space and Earth Information Science, Chinese Univ., Hong Kong, Hong-Kong
  • [b2] Key Laboratory of Virtual Geographic Environment, Ministry of Education of PRC, Normal Univ., Nanjing, Chine
  • Débat autour du changement de nom du Groupe de travail Femmes et géographie à l'Institut des géographes britanniques. Quelles raisons a-t-on d'opter pour Genre et géographie ?
  • 2013
  • Les AA. analysent la théorie spatiale en vigueur sous le régime nazi et les contributions du théoricien et juriste Carl Schmitt puis du géographe Walter Christaller. Ils l’appliquent aux processus de déterritorialisation (l’expulsion des Allemands
  • 2013
  • [b1] Dept. of Geography, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada
  • Les carnets de terrain du géographe français Emmanuel de Martonne (1873-1955) : méthode géographique, circulation des savoirs et processus de visualisation
  • Central Europe ; Discourse analysis ; Europe ; Field methodology ; Fieldnotes ; Geographical knowkedge ; History of geography ; Iconography ; Records ; Romania ; Slovak Republic ; Twentieth Century
  • d’analyser la circulation des savoirs géographiques et le réseau international des géographes. On explique enfin en quoi la méthode utilisée par E. de Martonne sur le terrain est un héritage de la géographie régionale telle qu’elle a été élaborée par P. Vidal
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  • [b1] Institut français d'histoire en Allemagne, Frankfurt am Main, Allemagne
  • (agri-)cultural development, which was geographically determined.
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  • [b1] Geographical Inst., Lab. Geomorphology and Geoecology, Univ., Heidelberg, Allemagne
  • [a2] Institute of Geography, Technical Univ., Dresden, Allemagne
  • [a3] Institute of Geography, Univ., Leipzig, Allemagne
  • ‘Read ten thousand books, walk ten thousand miles’ : geographical mobility and capital accumulation among Chinese scholars
  • Accumulation du capital ; Allemagne ; Capital culturel ; Capital social ; Capital économique ; Chine ; Education ; Enseignement supérieur ; Géographie sociale ; Institution ; Mobilité ; Université
  • Capital accumulation ; China ; Cultural capital ; Education ; Germany ; Higher education ; Institution ; Mobility ; Social capital ; Social geography ; University
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