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  • System of social information in the practice of social geography
  • Concept ; Géographie sociale ; Information ; Système d'information géographique ; Théorie
  • Concept ; Geographical information system ; Information ; Social geography ; Theory
  • Many experts in the field speak of the need for the creation of social information, and this aspect of information is the subject of the present paper. Definition of social information. Sources of social information. Geographic information systems.
  • Situating practices : the archive and the file cabinet
  • Practicing historical geography
  • Historical geography ; Massachusetts ; Organization ; Practice of geography ; Research ; United States of America
  • Paper deals with the Stockbridge Library Historical Room as an example of how its filing systems are the result of a set of social and institutional practices and technologies that, in turn, are part of a larger forms of social and spatial
  • The practice of theory and the theory of practice : books in 1987
  • Concept ; Géographie humaine ; Géographie sociale ; Géographie théorique ; Géographie urbaine
  • Wittgenstein and social practices
  • Cultural geography ; Cultural studies ; Epistemology ; Philosophy ; Social geography ; Social practice ; Theory
  • Culturel ; Epistémologie ; Géographie culturelle ; Géographie sociale ; Philosophie ; Pratique sociale ; Théorie ; WITTGENSTEIN (L.)
  • Examen de la valeur des théories de la pratique sociale pour la géographie culturelle. L'A. considère la relation entre culture et usage de la langue en s'inspirant de la philosophie récente de Wittgenstein, qui explore les concepts de compréhension
  • Theorizing practice in economic geography : foundations, challenges, and possibilities
  • Critical realism ; Decision making process ; Economic geography ; Epistemology ; Methodology ; Social practice
  • Epistémologie ; Géographie économique ; Méthodologie ; Pratique sociale ; Réalisme critique ; Stratégie d'acteurs
  • Epistemología ; Estrategia de actores ; Geografía económica ; Metodología ; Práctica social
  • The AA. first highlight the diverse strands of economic geography scholarship that have an explicit interest in practices and then propose an epistemological and methodological framework for a practice-oriented economic geography. A reformulated
  • retroductive methodology is outlined to assess the impacts and theoretical significance of particular economic-geographical practices.
  • Audiovisual ; Photography ; Place ; Social practice ; Tourism
  • Audiovisuel ; Lieu ; Photographie ; Pratique sociale ; Tourisme
  • The paper seeks to renegociate the role of visuals and visual practice within the tourist experience. The A. explores the ways in which visuals (photography) enliven tourists' becoming through a multiplicity of fluid and dynamic performances
  • , practices and processes. The emerging dynamics of visual practice renegociate new understandings between tourists and place to establish a series of conceptual moments.
  • Caring for workers' dependents. Gender, class and local state practice in Melbourne
  • Australie ; Collectivité locale ; Communauté ; Femme ; Melbourne ; Participation ; Relations sociales ; Service ; Service social ; Société urbaine ; Victoria
  • Australia ; Community ; Local government ; Melbourne ; Participation ; Services ; Social relations ; Social service ; Urban society ; Victoria ; Woman
  • Focusing on child-care provision, but with some reference also to services for aged dependents, the paper describes the community-service practice of two Melbourne municipalities and the class and gender biases they incorporate.
  • Practices of solidarity : opposing apartheid in the centre of London
  • Activisme ; Apartheid ; England ; Géographie sociale ; London ; Royaume-Uni ; Solidarité transnationale
  • Activism ; Apartheid ; England ; London ; Social geography ; United Kingdom
  • Activismo ; Apartheid ; Geografía social ; Inglaterra ; Londres ; Reino Unido
  • This paper examines the spatial practices of the Non-Stop Picket of the South African Embassy in London (1986–1990). It explains how this movement produced solidarity with those resisting apartheid in South(ern) Africa. It argues that how the need
  • for anti-apartheid solidarity was framed politically cannot be understood in isolation from how it was performed in practice. The study of solidarity is enriched by paying attention to the micropolitics of the practices through which it is enacted
  • The examination of social relationships in space: its territorial, empirical and practical parameters in Social geography.
  • Empirisme ; Espace ; Ghum ; Géographie humaine ; Géographie sociale ; Relations sociales ; Territoire ; Théorie
  • Importance de l'aspect spatial dans la théorie sociale. Les trois tendances de la géographie sociale: l'empirique, la théorique et la pratique (de politique). (Vnm).
  • Social planners and development planning practice
  • Concept ; Développement urbain ; Géographie humaine ; Justice sociale ; Logement ; Planification ; Qualité de la vie
  • La planification et la justice sociale: les planificateurs sociaux ne doivent pas être confondus avec les sociologues ou les anthropologues sociaux. La préoccupation portant sur les aspects sociaux d'un plan d'aménagement de l'urbanisme est souvent
  • Between food and flesh : how animals are made to matter (and not matter) within food consumption practices
  • Behaviour ; Consumption ; Food consumption ; Social practice
  • Comportement ; Consommation ; Consommation alimentaire ; Pratique sociale
  • Comportamiento ; Consumo ; Consumo alimentario ; Práctica social
  • Concept ; Espace ; Espace-temps ; Globalisation ; Géographie sociale ; Individu ; Lieu ; Modèle ; Société
  • Concept ; Model ; Place ; Social geography ; Society ; Space ; Space time
  • Human extensibility is fundamental to the ongoing processes of social structuration in which social practices are constitutive of social structures and social structures constrain persons and practices. While extensibility is partly determined
  • Observing guerrillas in the wild : reinterpreting practices of urban guerrilla gardening
  • Activism ; Built up area ; England ; Gardening ; Project ; Public space ; Social geography ; Social interaction ; Social practice ; United Kingdom ; Urban area ; Urban renewal
  • Activisme ; England ; Espace bâti ; Espace public ; Espace urbain ; Géographie sociale ; Interaction sociale ; Jardinage ; Pratique sociale ; Projet ; Royaume-Uni ; Rénovation urbaine
  • Activismo ; Espacio construido ; Espacio público ; Espacio urbano ; Geografía social ; Inglaterra ; Interaccíon social ; Proyecto ; Práctica social ; Reino Unido ; Renovación urbana
  • Using the example of ‘F Troop’—a group of gardeners operating on a site in an English midland city, this paper focuses on the practices of urban guerrilla gardening. It argues that the social backgrounds and motivations of those involved
  • Ideology ; Planning ; Security ; Social practice ; Welfare state ; Well-being
  • Bien-être ; Etat providence ; Idéologie ; Planification ; Pratique sociale ; Sécurité
  • The A. scrutinizes the form of planning practice that has developed within the welfare state and emphasizes two different aspects of this practice, the ethical and pragmatic aspects. The usual form of action can be characterized as a certain form
  • Culture/economy and spaces of economic practice : positioning households in post-communism
  • Behaviour ; Economic restructuring ; Economic strategy ; Food production ; Household behaviour ; Slovak Republic ; Social network
  • Through an exploration of the spaces of household economic practice concerned with food production on family plots of land and with inter-household networks of reciprocity, the paper argues that such activities can be better situated within
  • the context of the articulation between deep-seated and long-standing economic practices imbued with cultural significance. It explores the inter-section of these cultural and economic practices through the lens of non-market production of surplus product
  • Urban theory and the treatment of differences : administrative practices, social sciences and the difficulties of specifics
  • Administration ; Changement social ; Concept ; Idéologie ; Sciences sociales ; Sociologie urbaine ; Société urbaine ; Théorie urbaine ; Ville
  • Administration ; City;Town ; Concept ; Ideology ; Social change ; Social sciences ; Urban society ; Urban sociology ; Urban theory
  • D'une manière générale, l'administration a traité les besoins sociaux en harmonie avec les modèles traditionnels élaborés en sciences sociales. Toutefois, on observe des difficultés à tenir compte des spécificités des groupes et des milieux sociaux
  • Consumption ; Emotion ; Organization ; Social life ; Social practice ; Social sciences
  • Consommation ; Emotion ; Organisation ; Pratique sociale ; Sciences sociales ; Vie sociale
  • Ciencias sociales ; Consumo ; Organización ; Práctica social ; Vida social
  • in the most unlikely of places and may emerge through practices of discard, loss.
  • Capitalisme ; Classe sociale ; Conflit ; Crise ; Marxisme ; Mouvement social ; Reproduction sociale ; Salaire ; Travail
  • Capitalism ; Conflict ; Crisis ; Labour ; Marxism ; Social class ; Social movement ; Social reproduction ; Wage
  • Capitalismo ; Clase social ; Conflicto ; Crisis ; Marxismo ; Movimiento social ; Reproducción social ; Salario ; Trabajo
  • The AA. contributing to the Symposium come from a range of backgrounds and are directly involved in a wealth of political struggles and groups. The essays contribute to our understandings on the meanings and practices of autonomy, and how these can
  • help with the urgent political tasks of promoting self-management and building practices and spaces embedded in commoning as survival routes out of the capitalist present.
  • Performing resistance ? Re-reading practices of urban cycling on London's South Bank
  • Cycling ; Daily life ; England ; London ; Mobility ; Neighbourhood ; Public space ; Redevelopment ; United Kingdom ; Urban area ; Urban practice ; Urban regeneration
  • The paper focuses on the urban cycling practices of bike trails and BMX in order to illustrate that these practices are perhaps not as resistant as previous accounts have argued. Using ethnographic methods, it discusses the practice and reception
  • of display, sociality, and authority inherent in these public performances. These styles of riding largely perform the social and cultural norms enshrined in the redevelopment of the South Bank.
  • Enlivened geographies of volunteering : situated, embodied and emotional practices of voluntary action
  • Citizenship ; Daily life ; Embodiment ; Emotion ; Environment ; Participation ; Scotland ; Social geography ; Social practice ; United Kingdom ; Volunteering
  • Citoyenneté ; Emotion ; Environnement ; Géographie sociale ; Incarnation ; Participation ; Pratique sociale ; Royaume-Uni ; Scotland ; Vie quotidienne ; Volontariat
  • Ciudadanía ; Escocia ; Geografía social ; Medio ambiente ; Participación ; Práctica social ; Reino Unido ; Vida cotidiana
  • Using qualitative evidence from three collaborative research projects, the AA. present enlivened geographies of volunteering. They contribute to the development of social geographies which are more than representational and argue that connecting
  • insights on everyday practices requires a focus on the nature of the spaces of doing volunteering.