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  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • 2014
  • Disabilities in academic workplaces : experiences of human and physical geographers
  • This article analyses disabilities in British academic workplaces and how they intersect with academic careers, lifestyles and workplaces. First, it discusses the experiences of those geographers who are active and politicised in relation
  • to their disabilities, and have worked to effect inclusionary change in their institutional and disciplinary spaces. Second, it highlights the experiences of geographers with mental health conditions that are undisclosed in workplace contexts. It concludes
  • that these data should prompt reflection on the institutional and disciplinary spaces the researchers inhabit and constitute, especially how spaces of academia may be ‘conducive to poor mental health.
  • 2014
  • Shrinking the welfare state : the structure, geography and impact of British government benefit cuts
  • 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
  • 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
  • This article explores the multiple positionalities that were negotiated during qualitative interviews conducted with older British men who are grandfathers, by a young female early career researcher. Including reflections on personal research
  • 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
  • Geographic analysis of the impacts of mountain pine beetle infestation on forest fire ignition
  • Analyse de régression ; British Columbia ; Canada ; Ecosystème ; Forêt ; Impact ; Incendie de forêt ; Insecte ; Montagne ; Pin
  • British Columbia ; Canada ; Ecosystem ; Forest ; Forest fire ; Impact ; Insect ; Mountain ; Pine ; Regression analysis
  • 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
  • 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
  • British School Atlases, 1880–1930: Questions of Relevance, Credibility and Authorship in the Production of Geographical Knowledge
  • Bartholomew Archive ; E. R. Wethey. ; England ; Geographical Association ; George Phillip ; History of cartography ; John George Bartholomew ; Karl Reginald Cramp ; Nineteenth Century ; Royal Geographical Society ; School atlas ; School atlases
  • ; Twentieth Century ; United Kingdom ; atlas publishing ; audiences ; authorship ; book history ; credibility ; geographers
  • pour les écoles du Royaume-Uni et des parties de l’Empire. On porte une attention particulière aux efforts des cartographes, éditeurs, géographes et autres professionnels pour s'assurer de la pertinence des cartes choisies dans les atlas scolaires pour
  • 1880–1930. Particular attention is paid to the efforts of mapmakers, publishers, geographers and other professionals to ensure the relevance of the maps selected in school atlases for specific audiences, to guarantee the credibility of the information
  • 2014
  • Block, neighbourhood or district ? the importance of geographical scale for area effects on educational attainment
  • 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
  • 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
  • 2014
  • Ht-Index for quantifying the fractal or scaling structure of geographic features
  • This article uses the ht-index to quantify the fractal or scaling structure of geographic features. It chooses nightlight imagery and terrain heights for the first two case studies and uses degree of street connectivity for the third case study
  • to illustrate how the computed ht-indexes capture the complexity of different geographic features. It further discusses how ht-index is complementary to fractal dimension and elaborate on a dynamic view behind ht-index that enables better understanding
  • of geographic forms and processes.
  • 2014
  • [b2] Digital Media Centre, Institute of Technology, Dublin, Irlande
  • Actifs ethniques ; Banque ; British Columbia ; California ; Canada ; Clientèle ; Etats-Unis ; Etude comparée ; Finance ; Los Angeles ; Migration internationale ; Minorité ethnique ; Politique de l'immigration ; Statut social ; Succursale ; Vancouver
  • Bank ; Branch plant ; British Columbia ; California ; Canada ; Comparative study ; Customers ; Ethnic minority ; Finance ; Immigration policy ; International migration ; Los Angeles ; Social status ; United States of America ; Vancouver
  • 2014
  • [b1] Asian Pacific American Studies / School of Social Transformation, School of Geographical Sciences and Urban Planning, Arizona State Univ., Tempe, Etats-Unis
  • Tourism geographies are moving out – a comment on the current state of Institutional Geographies of Tourism Geographies
  • Geographical association ; Human geography ; Institution ; International Geographical Union ; International organization ; Scientific publication ; Tourism ; University ; World
  • Association de géographie ; Département de géographie ; Géographie humaine ; Institution ; Monde ; Organisation internationale ; Publication scientifique ; Tourisme ; Union Géographique Internationale ; Université
  • 2014
  • distribution of financial institutions in geographical disparities and their role in economic development. - (AM)
  • The paper gives an overview on the birth of financial geography as an established subdiscipline of Earth Sciences and introduces the main topical issues in financial geographical research. It highlights the decisive role of geographical distance
  • 2014
  • Cartography ; Geographical periodical ; History of cartography ; Twentieth Century
  • Les archives d’Imago Mundi, conservées au cabinet des cartes de la British Library à Londres, renferment la correspondance entre Leo Bagrow, l’éditeur fondateur d’Imago Mundi, et le géographe et historien italien de la cartographie Roberto Almagià
  • 2014
  • Unexpected Wind Power Potentials : The Art of Planning with Inherited Socio-Geographical Configurations (France)
  • The deployment of wind power induces deep changes in landscapes and territories. The politicization of wind power generates new ad hoc collectives. In the French case, because of the institutional framing resulting from landscape and wind power
  • of inherited socio-geographical configurations and planning processes.
  • 2014
  • [b1] UMR 5194 PACTE - Territoires, Institut de Géographie Alpine, GRENOBLE, France
  • Cartographie ; Chicago ; Enquête ; Etats-Unis ; Géographe ; Géographie appliquée ; Illinois ; Siècle 19 ; Siècle 20 ; Sociologie
  • Applied geography ; Cartography ; Chicago ; Enquiry ; Geographer ; Illinois ; Nineteenth Century ; Sociology ; Twentieth Century ; United States of America
  • conduct, social intervention, political conviction and educational innovation, these versions of geography were located at the margins of pedagogy and praxis, occupying places beyond the university system and associated institutional spaces. - (HC)
  • 2014
  • 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
  • delivered in and through educational institutions.
  • 2014
  • Aerial photography ; England and Wales ; Forecast ; Geographical information system ; Hydrology ; Model ; Moisture ; Runoff ; United Kingdom ; Watershed
  • 2014
  • [b1] British Geological Survey, Keyworth, Nottingham, Royaume-Uni
  • 2014
  • [b1] Dept. of Geography, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada
  • [b2] Dept. of Geographic Education, National Univ., Seoul, Coree, Republique de
  • Emotion ; Espace vécu ; Justice ; Perception ; Prison space ; Scotland ; Space ; United Kingdom ; Woman ; carceral geography ; criminal justice ; gender ; institutions
  • prison, les soins sécurisés et la psychiatrie fermée. On entend rarement les comptes-rendus de jeunes femmes de ces institutions fermées dans les discours sur le crime et la punition. En considérant la géographie de trois systèmes carcéraux, on va au-delà
  • perspective and understanding of closed spaces. Reflecting this development, three types of closed institutions provide the background for this empirical paper. The nature and experience of these spaces of confinement are explored by using in-depth qualitative
  • psychiatry. The young women's accounts of these closed institutions are seldom heard in discourses on crime and punishment, providing an in-depth insight into these otherwise enclosed spaces. Considering the geography of three carceral systems, this study
  • 2014
  • [b1] Geographical and Earth Sciences, University of Glasgow
  • Composite geographical context and school choice attitudes in Sweden : a study based on individually defined, scalable neighborhoods
  • 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
  • 2014
  • [b2] Institute for Housing and Urban Research, Univ., Uppsala, Suede