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  • Postmodernism and the politics of social theory
  • GREGORY, D.
  • 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
  • ANCKAR, D.[b1]
  • [b1] Dept. of Political Science, Åbo Academy University, Åbo, Finlande
  • 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.
  • A geographical political economy of evolution in economic geography
  • Economic geography ; Institution ; Political economy ; Political geography
  • MACKINNON, D.
  • Political geography of the United States
  • Administrative division ; Electoral district ; Foreign policy ; Local policy ; Political geography ; State control ; United States of America
  • Topics include: a) changing regional responses to political events in American history; b) state and local political geography; c) representation and gerrymandering; d) U.S. and the world; e) post-cold war changes; f) presidential politics
  • in geographical perspective (with use of factor analysis) ; and g) political geography of the twenty-first century. - (DWG)
  • 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
  • DARMOFAL, D.
  • Is there a politics to geopolitics ? Forum
  • Geopolitics ; Ideology ; Political geography ; Power ; Spatial representation
  • NEWMAN, D.
  • Gentrification and the politics of the new middle class
  • 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.
  • LEY, D.
  • Competition ; Europe ; Local authority ; Nation-state ; Political geography ; Political life ; Political power ; Region ; Regionalization ; Town ; Urban administration ; Urban policy
  • This paper explores some issues in representing the geographies of mayoral power in contemporary Europe. It begins by summerizing the idea of a Europe of the Cities and an emerging new mayoral political class in Europe, and then discusses some
  • of the insights offered by cultural geography in conceptualizing this new agenda in urban politics.
  • MCNEILL, D.
  • Urban change in China: politics and development in Tsinan, Shantung, 1890-1949
  • BUCK D. D.
  • Evolution in economic geography : institutions, political economy, and adaptation
  • Adaptation ; Economic geography ; Institution ; Political economy
  • MACKINNON, D.
  • Functional change and the settlement structure in Israel : a study of political control, response and adaptation
  • to a specific form of socio-political space. - (DN)
  • NEWMAN, D.
  • ‘The Root Is Maya, the Practice Is Pluralist’: Xel-jú and Indigenous Political Mobilisation in Quetzaltenango, Guatemala
  • Activism ; Election ; Ethnic minority ; Guatemala ; Ideology ; Political geography ; Political power ; ethnic political parties ; indigenous mayors ; indigenous people ; local politics
  • travers de la lutte idéologique qui s’en est suivie au sein de l’organisation politique Xel-ju. Pour ce faire, il utilise les différents mouvements de « départ », de « manœuvre » et d’ « arrivée » pour expliquer le processus d’élaboration d’une vision
  • hégémonique du pouvoir politique.#Since the 1990s Latin America has witnessed the emergence of ethnic, often social movement-based, political parties. Within this context Rigoberto Quemé Chay became the first indigenous mayor of Quetzaltenango, the second
  • -largest city of Guatemala, a place that until then had been marked by indigenous political exclusion and racism. This article seeks to explain why Quemé was victorious in 1995 and also why he subsequently lost the election in 2004 through an analysis
  • of the ideational struggle within the (indigenous) political organisation, Xel-jú, which backed Quemé's candidacy twice. I use the movements of ‘departure’, ‘manoeuvre’ and ‘arrival’ in the process of the constitution of hegemonic visions of power to analyse Xel
  • -jú's rise to political power.
  • A debt-owing democracy: the political impact of housing market recession at the British general election of 1992
  • Electoral behaviour ; Housing ; Housing occupance ; Housing policy ; Local government ; Owner-occupier ; Political geography ; Political party ; United Kingdom
  • DORLING, D.
  • Politics and community: Chicago's near West Side Black underclass
  • The AA. examine the attitudes and political response of the black underclass to the decay of their built environment. Resident perception of the problem, resident mobilization around political agendas, leader actions at public forums, and levels
  • WILSON, D.
  • The political geography of the control of minorities
  • Ethnic group ; Malaysia ; Minority ; Political geography ; Power ; Social control ; Standard of living ; Wage inequality
  • The political geography of plural (or deeply divided) states is elaborated by analysing four key areas of ethnic contrasts : the politicisation of ethnicity, socio-economic gaps, power disparities and competition over land control. This article
  • RUMLEY, D.
  • Analytical political economy : a geographical introduction in Space and analytical political economy.
  • Capitalisme ; Economie ; Economie spatiale ; Facteur de production ; Géographie humaine ; Géographie économique ; MARX (K.) ; Modèle néoclassique ; Profit ; RICARDO (D.) ; Théorie ; Théorie économique
  • Political studies from spatial perspectives. Anglo-American essays on political geography.
  • BURNETT, A. D.
  • Space, times and political responsibility in the midst of global inequality
  • MASSEY, D.
  • Political geography ; Practical work ; Secondary education ; Teaching of geography ; United States
  • Ideas in political geography are discussed for introduction into the secondary school classroom; these are incorporated into student exercises described here. - (DWG)
  • BYKLUM, D.