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  • Teaching democracy. The program and practice of Aung San Suu Kyi’s concept of people’s education
  • The work, divided in five chapters, analyses the Program, Practice and Concepts of People’s Education as seen by Aung San Suu Kyi from its speeches between 1995 and 2003. In addendum, speeches given on the subject are translated by the poet
  • 2011
  • Michael Williams was an historical geographer, who worked on a variety of themes in England, Australia, and the USA, and on a global scale. Wetland drainage, settlement creation, and the varied fortunes of forests formed major aspects of his work
  • with tension, with the practice of traditional historical geography. - (HC)
  • 2011
  • Domesticating neo-liberalism : spaces of economic practice and social reproduction in post-socialist cities
  • Bratislava ; Cracow ; Eastern Europe ; Economic restructuring ; Europe ; Household behaviour ; Labour market ; Neighbourhood ; Neo liberalism ; Poland ; Slovak Republic ; Social reproduction ; Societal relations ; Urban society ; Working class
  • Based on research in working-class neighbourhoods in Krakow (Poland) and Bratislava (Slovakia), this book explores how households attempt to mitigate and tolerate the social costs of neoliberal reform to create circumstances for their social
  • 2011
  • Relational and dialectical spaces of knowing : knowledge, practice, and work in economic geography
  • 2011
  • The article focuses on the ethical issues raised by the practicalities of fieldwork in development. It highlights some of the problems of conducting research in the global South for both development workers and students on fieldtrips.
  • 2011
  • California ; Didactics ; Large city ; Los Angeles ; Natural hazards ; Practical work ; United States of America ; Urban structure ; Urbanization
  • 2011
  • for synthetic atlas cartography. In this situation it is proposed to start work on two projects: first, the new Polish National Atlas on the centenary of Poland’s independence (1918-2018), and, secondly, serving a more practical purpose, the National Spatial
  • The article presents a critical assessment of the current state of national cartographical elaborations in Poland. At present there is a shortage of studies in this field, and the previous works, especially in the form of national atlas, published
  • 2011
  • Servicing a world elsewhere? Examining everyday work practices in the emerging economic spaces of Malaysia's business process outsourcing industry
  • 2011
  • Adaptation ; Climatic change ; Cork ; Flood ; Flood control ; Hydraulic works ; Ireland ; Northern Ireland ; Risk management ; Urban area ; Vulnerability
  • and vulnerabilities. This framing of flood hazards is shaped by several influences including the historic evolution of flood policy and current institutional structures. The November 2009 flood highlights the limits of current policy and practice.
  • 2011
  • Sartre's philosophical works and political activism is located against the backdrop of a Parisian intellectual life marked by struggles over the future of Marxism. Sartre's desire to contest and rethink metrocentric framings of colonialism
  • impetus for dialogue. Before scrutinising how the colonising tendencies of postcolonial theory might best be handled, there is a need to map historical geographies of the theoretical projects and practices that have emerged in different metropolitan
  • 2011
  • Elite ; Ethnic community ; Ethnicity ; Foreign worker ; International migration ; Multiculturalism ; National identity ; Religious practice ; Skilled labour ; Social capital ; Social cohesion ; Social integration ; United Kingdom
  • 2011
  • This paper evaluates the potential use of the 210Pbex, 7Be and 137Cs techniques to assess the impact of short-term changes in land use practices in the Polish Carpathians. The work focuses to trace the main suspended sediment sources and sediment
  • 2011
  • Living at the edge ? Connecting work insecurity and housing risk among service workers in Oslo
  • 2011
  • Budapest as a destination of migration: the view of transnational creative workers
  • foreign creative workers see the city and how they evaluate its potentials, strengths and weaknesses. At the end of the paper few recommendations are formulated for decision-makers to make Budapest more attractive for creative transnational migrants. - (AM)
  • 2011
  • Psychological health risks for workers in Italy
  • Enquiry ; Health ; Italy ; Labour ; Risk ; Well-being ; Working conditions
  • 2011
  • This study’s deliberations evaluate possibilities for works of art to be used as a source of knowledge in geographical research, as well as to describe a model for the conveying of information between artist and recipient (viewer or reader). However
  • , to serve as a source of knowledge in geographical studies, a work of art work must fulfill several fundamental conditions. While there are a wide variety of arts, a particular role from the point of view of geographical studies is played by plastic arts
  • 2011
  • The spatial-cultural configuration of the sex-work in Goa India
  • Activity space ; Decision making process ; Goa ; India ; Place ; Sex work ; Town ; Urban area
  • 2011
  • Coordinating everyday life in the Netherlands : a holistic quantitative approach to the analysis of ICT-related and other work-life balance strategies
  • . Several distinct combinations of strategies are identified. ICT-related strategies are frequently adopted by highly educated employed parents attempting to achieve a satisfying work-life balance and tend to complement other types of strategies.
  • 2011
  • Cultural capital ; Czech Republic ; Economic activity ; Foreign worker ; Illegal work ; International migration ; Social capital ; Typology
  • ”, “legalisation immigrants”, “working tourists” and immigrants with unclear aspirations. - (EN)
  • 2011
  • including some work on human geography. His early death meant that he did not develop a school of researchers, and his work has been rather neglected of late. - (HC)
  • 2011