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  • Postmodernism and the politics of social theory
  • Géographie humaine ; Modernisme ; Post modernisme ; Théorie sociale
  • Social geography : politics and place
  • Capitalisme ; Géographie du temps ; Géographie humaine ; Géographie sociale ; Idéologie ; Nationalisme ; Production de l'espace ; Racisme ; Théorie de la structuration
  • Thèmes de la géographie sociale.
  • Teaching political economy and social theory in human geography
  • Human geography ; Political geography ; Social structure ; Social theory ; Teaching of geography
  • Economie politique ; Enseignement de la géographie ; Géographie humaine ; Géographie politique ; Structure sociale ; Théorie sociale
  • in the creation of spatial relations; and 5) political economy as a means of comprehending social structure. - (DWG)
  • Fiji Indians and the politics of disparity
  • Fijien ; Géographie de l'Asie ; Inde ; Minorité ; Politique sociale ; Population ; Société
  • Social structure and suburban spatio-political conflicts in the United States
  • Conflit ; Croissance urbaine ; Etats-Unis ; Géographie de l'Amérique ; Société urbaine ; Structure sociale ; Zone péri-urbaine
  • Class, politics, and planning : from reductionism to pluralism in Marxist class analysis in Space and analytical political economy.
  • Analyse marxiste ; Capitalisme ; Classe sociale ; Facteur de production ; Géographie humaine ; HARVEY (D.) ; Idéologie ; Politique ; Rapports sociaux ; Système économique
  • What does the theory tell planners tell to do? This question can only be answered by conceiving of planning as a political activity, and by examining Marxian political theory which deals with its subject through the perspective of class conflict.
  • Into the 1990s : a gendered agenda for political geography in Gender and political geography.
  • Comportement électoral ; Conflit ; Etat providence ; Femme ; Féminisme ; Géographie humaine ; Géographie politique ; Participation ; Pouvoir ; Société ; Structure sociale ; Vie politique
  • The objective of this paper is to show how gender perspectives challenge traditional models and analyses in political geography.
  • Participation, power and policy: developing a gender-sensitive political geography
  • Gender difference ; Participation ; Political geography ; Power ; Social geography ; Woman
  • Différence entre sexes ; Femme ; Géographie politique ; Géographie sociale ; Participation ; Pouvoir
  • Thoughts on women and geography as they relate to politics, participation, and power. - (DWG)
  • Coups and constitutions : drawing a political geography of Fiji
  • Conflict ; Economy ; Ethnic group ; Fiji ; Political geography ; Political reform ; Political regime ; Power ; Social change ; Social class ; Spatial structure
  • Changement social ; Classe sociale ; Conflit ; Economie ; Ethnie ; Fidji ; Géographie politique ; Mutation politique ; Pouvoir ; Régime politique ; Structure spatiale
  • are not simply the result of capitalism but something wider and more complex. Social change has been crucial and the political dimension is central to understanding spatial differentiation.
  • Food policy in Africa political causes and social effects
  • The politics of aging : globalization and the restructuring of youth and childhood
  • Discours ; Enfants ; Formation sociale ; Jeunes ; Mondialisation ; Rapports sociaux ; Reproduction sociale ; Société ; Vieillissement de la population
  • Children ; Discourse ; Globalization ; Population ageing ; Social formation ; Social relations ; Social reproduction ; Society ; Young people
  • Special issue: Empowering political struggle
  • Citizenship ; Democracy ; Local policy ; Political geography ; Power ; Social group ; Social movement ; Social space ; Societal relations ; Territoriality
  • Citoyenneté ; Démocratie ; Espace social ; Groupe social ; Géographie politique ; Mouvement social ; Politique locale ; Pouvoir ; Relations sociales ; Territorialité
  • The papers are concerned with scale in two ways: first, as the processes operating at various scales in the world system set the structural context of action and, second, in terms of the opportunity structure available to political agents and social
  • groups. The papers take a social constructionist perspective on space and thus scale becomes implicated in the production of spaces of reistance. Attention is directed to the spaces between the state and community and between the public and private
  • Rancière, politics, and the Occupy movement
  • Community ; Police ; Political geography ; Subjectivity ; Urban area ; Urban social movement
  • Communauté ; Espace urbain ; Géographie politique ; Mouvement de protestation ; Mouvement social urbain ; Occupation de l'espace ; Police ; RANCIERE (J.) ; Subjectivité
  • Comunidad ; Espacio urbano ; Geografía política ; Movimiento social urbano ; Policía
  • This paper focuses on the work of Jacques Rancière, his view of politics, and its relevance for understanding key aspects of social protest movements such as the Occupy movement. It outlines some of Rancière’s key concepts, such as the distinction
  • between politics and the police, subjectivity, ‘in-between spaces’, and ‘insubstantial communities’, and attempts to locate his concept of politics within a wider spectrum of political forms in order to bring out its distinctive nature. It concludes
  • with a discussion of some of the critical questions concerning the effectiveness of this style of politics (questions of political organisation and engagement with the state) and the wider consequences for Rancière’s concept of radical politics.
  • Gentrification and the politics of the new middle class
  • Canada ; Centre-ville ; Classe moyenne ; Classe sociale ; Election ; Embourgeoisement ; Politique urbaine ; Quartier ; Société urbaine ; Statut social
  • Canada ; Election ; Gentrification ; Inner city ; Middle class ; Social class ; Social status ; Urban district ; Urban policy ; Urban society
  • The A. seeks to specify a social lacation for left-liberal politics among a distinctive cadre of social and cultural professionals, the cultural new class. The part played since 1968 by the cultural new class in the gentrifying districts
  • in redefining the urban politics of Toronto, Montreal, and Vancouver is examined. The role of a gentrifying middle class in challenging an hegemony of growth boosterism, and the attempt to sustain a regime of reform politics, are assessed.
  • Power, politics, and locality
  • Authorities ; Elections ; Ideology ; Local policy ; Locality ; Political geography ; Politics;Policy ; Social relations
  • Election ; Etat local ; Géographie politique ; Idéologie ; Localité ; Politique ; Politique locale ; Pouvoir ; Relations sociales
  • The paper is concerned with the multiple intersections between political geography and the localities debate. Far from attempting an encyclopedic compendium of the relevant literature, it offers an attempt at a synthesis centered around three
  • The regional dimension of the socio-political urban-rural conflict in Slovakia
  • Behaviour ; Cleavage ; Election ; Electoral behaviour ; Political behaviour ; Political party ; Rural-urban relations ; Slovak Republic ; Social conflict ; Social geography ; Urban region
  • Clivage ; Comportement ; Comportement politique ; Comportement électoral ; Conflit social ; Election ; Géographie sociale ; Parti politique ; Région urbaine ; Slovaquie ; Ville-campagne
  • Ciudad-campo ; Comportamiento ; Comportamiento electoral ; Comportamiento político ; Conflicto social ; Elección ; Eslovaquia ; Geografía social ; Partido político ; Región urbana
  • Political behaviour of citizens is traditionally formed by a wide range of factors that influence their voting decision in the election. Dichotomy of both the space and society into the town and the countryside generates different election results
  • constantly. A key aim of this paper is to assess the extent of rurality concerning the electoral support of relevant political parties operating on the Slovak political scene after the groundbreaking elections held in 1998 until ballots of 2010 not only
  • at national, but also at the regional level. Evaluation of level and dynamics in socio-political cleavage between rural and urban space is one of the most important research ambitions of this study. - (EN)
  • Social cleavages and electoral performance: the social basis of Portuguese political parties, 1976-1983
  • Analyse sociale et géographique des élections et des partis politiques au Portugal depuis 1976. (SD).
  • Putting politics in its place. Baliapal, India, as a terrain of resistance
  • Community ; Cultural identity ; Ideology ; India ; Orissa ; Political party ; Social class ; Social movement ; Social relations ; Social structure ; Society
  • Classe sociale ; Communauté ; Identité culturelle ; Idéologie ; Inde ; Mouvement social ; Orissa ; Parti politique ; Rapports sociaux ; Société ; Structure sociale
  • Contemporary social movement research pays insufficient attention to how movement character and agency are mediated by place. The A. explores this theme within the context of contemporary Indian society which has seen the recent emergence of place
  • -specific, autonomous social movements. The article also considers the interplay between processes of domination and resistance within Indian civil society.
  • Civil society and support for the political system in times of crisis
  • Bolivia ; Civil society ; Mobilisation ; Political geography ; Social geography ; Social movement ; Social organization
  • Bolivie ; Crise politique ; Géographie politique ; Géographie sociale ; Mobilisation ; Mouvement social ; Organisation sociale ; Société civile ; Système politique
  • Geografía política ; Geografía social ; Movilización ; Movimiento social ; Organización social ; Sociedad civil
  • This article examines civil society support for the political system in times of crisis in Bolivia in 2004. It finds that membership in civil society organizations leads to higher levels of diffuse support and even among those who have recently
  • actively facilitates political protest, civil society continues to be positively associated with support for the political system.
  • Teaching the political geography of poverty
  • Family structure ; Illinois ; Living standard ; Location ; Political geography ; Poverty ; Rural area ; Social geography ; United States of America
  • Espace rural ; Etats-Unis ; Géographie politique ; Géographie sociale ; Illinois ; Localisation ; Niveau de vie ; Pauvreté ; Structure familiale