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  • The Geography for Life standards and American political geography
  • Cultural studies ; Electoral geography ; Political geography ; Teaching of geography ; United States of America
  • The intersection of geography and politics in American public policy is explained and applied to the National Geography Standards. - (DWG)
  • The time and place for political ecology : the life-work of Piers Blaikie
  • AIDS ; Development ; Environment ; Epistemology ; Political economy ; Post-structuralism
  • The State, development and politics in Ghana
  • Development ; Ghana ; Political geography ; Political life ; State
  • Noncontiguity and political architecture: the parliaments of small island states
  • Archipelago ; Federalism ; Island ; Microstate ; Political geography ; Political life ; Political regime
  • For a population of 31 small island states, this paper explores to what extent geography is reflected in the political architecture of legislatures that these political units choose to apply. It searches for possible effects of territorial
  • noncontiguity on federalism and bicameralism as well as the extent to which parliaments are recruited by means of apportionment and appointment. Although geography does not explain the totality of politics, it does affect the calculations and behaviour
  • [b1] Dept. of Political Science, Åbo Academy University, Åbo, Finlande
  • Daily life ; Theory ; Urban area ; Urban life ; Urban sociology
  • The A. wants to explore more closely Lefebvre's injunction for a careful examination of the relationship between space, language and politics. He wants to examine the metaphors used by scholars theorizing urban space and everyday urban life
  • . Conceptual and political problems are associated with the adoption of various metaphors about urban space.
  • Diffusing the light of liberty: the geography of political lecturing in the Chartist movement
  • Cultural studies ; Historical geography ; Nineteenth Century ; Political geography ; Political life ; United Kingdom
  • Lecturing activity was central to the ambitions of thre Chartist movement for universal suffrage in early Victorian Britain because it was emblematic of Chartist political aims. The article describes the organizational geography of the Chartist
  • Green politics in Europe. The issues and the voters
  • EEC ; Electoral behaviour ; Environment ; Europe ; Political geography ; Political life ; Political party ; Public opinion
  • Modernity and life politics : conceptualizing the biodiversity crisis
  • , the hypothesis of an emerging global agenda of life politics. It locates the biodiversity crisis within current controversies. It is suggested to trace the development of this policy area back to the early 20th century and to reread it in the light of different
  • Agitate! Agitate! Organize! Political travellers and the construction of a national politics, 1839-1880
  • Geopolitical strategy ; Historical geography ; Locality ; Nineteenth Century ; Political geography ; Political life ; United Kingdom
  • and of activism among agricultural labourers in the early 1870s. These extra-parliamentary campaigns are compared with more formal political activity.
  • Adaptation machines and the parasitic politics of life in Jamaican disaster resilience
  • Adaptation ; Biopolitics ; Catastrophe ; Clientelism ; Humanitarian aid ; Jamaica ; Kingston ; Local population ; Political geography ; Political party ; Project ; Resilience
  • In this article, the A. explores how staff in Jamaica's national disaster management agency engaged with a qualitatively distinct form of collective life in Kingston's garrison districts. Drawing on Marxist and Deleuzian readings of biopolitics
  • to identify a new subject of disaster politics that he calls “adaptation machines”, decentralized apparatuses of capture that are parasitically reliant on the population's immanent adaptive capacities. This concept of enables him to envision resilience
  • politics as a struggle over how to appropriate vulnerable peoples’ world-forming constituent power.
  • Teaching political economy and social theory in human geography
  • Human geography ; Political geography ; Social structure ; Social theory ; Teaching of geography
  • Presents five themes useful in integrating into geography courses: 1) the historical specificity of geography; 2) interconnectness of regions; 3) interpenetration of human and biophysical systems; 4) centrality of culture and everyday life
  • in the creation of spatial relations; and 5) political economy as a means of comprehending social structure. - (DWG)
  • Life, liberty, and property. The economics and politics of land-use planning and environmental controls.
  • Politics
  • Election ; International relations ; New Zealand ; Political geography ; Political life ; Political party ; Politics;Policy
  • The rhetoric of regionalism: the Northern League in Italian politics, 1983-94
  • Election ; Electoral behaviour ; Italy ; Northern Italy ; Political geography ; Political life ; Political party ; Regionalism
  • collapsed. The original rhetoric has given way to a rhetoric of national political renewal, although localistic in its social roots.
  • Regional elections and political stability in Russia
  • Election ; Political geography ; Political life ; Political regime ; Region ; Russia
  • [b1] Dep. od Political Science, Univ., Villanova, Etats-Unis
  • The political geography of macro-level turnout in American political development
  • Behaviour ; Citizenship ; Electoral behaviour ; Participation ; Political geography ; Political life ; Scale ; Spatial structure ; United States of America
  • The politics of the possible : making urban life in Phnom Penh
  • Cambodia ; Land ; Living conditions ; Redevelopment ; Town ; Urban district ; Urban life ; Urban policy ; Urbanity
  • Boundary ; Economy ; Germany ; National territory ; Political geography ; Population ; Population distribution
  • Brief exposition of the meaning of German unification for population distribution, political reorganization, agriculture, energy, manufacturing, transport, environment and life styles. - (DWG)
  • Urbanity as a way of life. On the criticism of the scope of cultural facilities
  • Cultural studies ; Germany ; Middle class ; Quality of life ; Town ; Urbanism ; Way of life
  • Key words for a reformulation of the concept of urbanity which carries on the emancipatory tradition of middle-class town culture under the social conditions experienced today are : overcoming social inequality, political participation, the multi
  • -cultural town, reconciliation with nature, the presence of the past, a new unity of everyday life and preservation of contrasts. - (L'A.).
  • Situating cultural politics: fringe festivals and the production of spaces of intersubjectivity
  • Art ; Canada ; Cultural identity ; Cultural studies ; Participation ; Social life ; Urban area ; Urban life ; Vancouver ; Winnipeg
  • Canada's fringe festivals are important interventions in the discourses and institutions framing Canadian theatre, leading some to recognize them as sites of a radical cultural politics. The focus is on the manner in which these events reorganize