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  • The political-geographical evolution of Transnistria
  • Autonomy ; Colonization ; Ethnic composition ; Moldavia ; Political geography ; Separatism
  • 2005
  • Postmodern urban politics in South Africa : the case of Stellenbosch (2000-2004)
  • The paper adopts a postmodern perspective to account for post2000 electoral urban politics in the municipality of Stellenbosch, Western Cape, South Africa. The significance of the changes in the political party control of the municipality
  • are analysed, including the impact of the floor crossing legislation. The paper highlights the critical elements of the new politics of multiplicity, difference and identity, and strategic alliances. - (AJC)
  • 2005
  • Lost in translation : development politics in between the spaces of the cultural
  • 2005
  • Regional cleavages in Turkish politics : electoral geography of the 1999 and 2002 national elections
  • Conflict ; Electoral geography ; Political geography ; Political party ; Political regime ; Region ; Regional identity ; Socio-economic indicators ; State control ; Turkey
  • 2005
  • There's nothing inherent about scale : political ecology, the local trap, and the politics of development in the Brazilian Amazon
  • Amazon Basin ; Brazil ; Development ; Man-environment relations ; Policy ; Political economy ; Research ; Scale ; Sovereignty ; Spatial embeddedness
  • 2005
  • Paving the way to political change : decentralization of development in the Brazilian Amazon
  • Brazil ; Decentralization ; Diffusion ; Electoral behaviour ; Organization ; Policy ; Political reform ; Rondônia ; Rural development ; Spatial analysis
  • 2005
  • Central Europe ; Concept ; Europe ; Policy ; Political geography
  • History of emergence and development of the notion of Mitteleuropa (Central Europe) in German political-geographical thought. Lengthy consideration is given to the classic book by J. Partsch Mitteleuropa, published in 1904. Particular attention
  • . Eichborn, K. Kautsky, R. Hilferding and the Polish economist Z. Daszyńska-Golińska. Attention is attracted to the fact that the notion of Mitteleuropa took on a multiplicity of meanings in both the political and geographical senses. - (BJ)
  • 2005
  • UK health action zones : political accountability and political marketing - Perspectives from the South West
  • 2005
  • Sovereignty regimes : territoriality and state authority in contemporary world politics
  • Historical geography ; National territory ; Policy ; Political geography ; Political regime ; Sovereignty ; State ; Territoriality ; World
  • 2005
  • The paradox of contemporary immigrant political mobilization : organized labor, undocumented migrants, and electoral participation in Los Angeles
  • California ; Citizenship ; Clandestine immigration ; Election ; Immigrants ; Los Angeles ; Participation ; Policy ; Political life ; Political party ; United States of America
  • 2005
  • Institution ; Political geography ; Political regime ; Power ; Thailand
  • 2005
  • Cardinal markers of Finland's identity politics and national identity
  • 2005
  • Europe has repeatedly been broken down into major regions where physical/geographical and often national and political criteria and considerations have figured prominently including human geography. This article will be an attempt to dvelop
  • a faithful model of cultural spaces excluding national and political intentions while applying factors that (1) leave perceptible effects in the cultural landscape, (2) have a co-determining effect on the attitudes and behavior of people, (3) are critical
  • factors for today's social, political and economic situations, and (4) provide a spatial breakdown that don't change rapidly. The A. uses eight criteria for narrowing down this concept in spatial terms. - (IfL)
  • 2005
  • Building a geographical political economy of closure : the case of RandDCo in North East England
  • Capitalism ; Economic restructuring ; Employment ; Induced effect ; Political economy ; Producer services ; Social relations ; United Kingdom
  • 2005
  • Devolution and the political representation of business interests in the UK
  • Economic strategy ; Lobby ; Northern Ireland ; Organization ; Policy ; Political geography ; Power ; Region ; Regional development ; Regional identity ; Scotland ; United Kingdom ; Wales
  • 2005
  • The culture wars and urban electoral politics : sexuality, race, and class in Tacoma, Washington
  • Behaviour ; Discourse ; Election ; Electoral geography ; Historical geography ; Homosexuality ; Human rights ; Political geography ; Social class ; United States of America ; Washington State
  • 2005
  • New political geographies : global civil society and global governance through world city networks
  • Classification ; Domination ; Flow ; Globalization ; Governance ; Institution ; Network ; Political geography ; Town ; World ; World city
  • 2005
  • Electoral participation and political context : the turnout-marginality paradox at he 2001 British General Election
  • Behaviour ; Election ; Electoral behaviour ; Electoral district ; Marginality ; Motivation ; Participation ; Political geography ; United Kingdom
  • 2005
  • Cartographical display ; Election ; Lebanon ; Political geography ; Political life ; Political party ; Religious minority
  • 2005
  • things mental problems and spatial structure of plots. Models in transformation in agriculture were different in countries situated in the region. These dissimilarities were the result of the socio-economic and political situation in which
  • these particular countries were found at the time. Restructuring is political in that land privatization and farm restructuring are highly dependent on local politics, and continued debates about the strategy and the implementation of the reforms. - (BJ)
  • 2005