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  • Einhundertfünfzig Jahre Royal Geographical Society. (150 ans de la Royal Geographical Society)
  • (1830-1980) ; Histoire de la géographie ; Royal Geographical Society ; Royaume-Uni
  • Information and the transformation of society.
  • American Society for Information Science. Washington, Etats-Unis
  • Carl Ritter und die Royal Geographical Society. (Carl Ritter et la Royal Geographical Society)
  • Correspondance ; Histoire de la géographie ; Ritter (Carl) ; Royal Geographical Society
  • L'article traite de la correspondance de Carl Ritter avec la Royal Geographical Society. Cette correspondance a été conservée, et la connaissance de ses parties essentielles contribuera à approfondir l'image que l'on a conçue de Ritter. (HL).
  • Geography and socio-political transition : challenges and opportunities for professional and scientific societies in South Africa
  • Geographical association ; Organization ; Political reform ; Practice of geography ; Social change ; Society ; South Africa
  • The role of professional and scientific societies in the transformation of South African society are outlined. The specific challenges to the geographical community are then examined to offer a role for the new unified South African Society
  • The geographer and society
  • The ocean after Christopher Columbus―Thoughts about society and the marine environment
  • Marine ecosystem ; Marine environment ; Navigation ; Ocean ; Resource management ; Sea exploitation;Ocean management ; Society-environment relationship
  • The A. studies the evolution of the involvement of society in the marine environment.
  • From apartheid to integration: a role for the Society of South African Geographers
  • The development of geography societies in South Africa is outlined and the programme of the newly unified society is laid out. - (AJC)
  • The Future of social or non-profit housing in a changing society
  • The village community of the Dourou society in North Cameroun
  • The Urban transition: comparative studies of newly industrializing societies
  • Credit and share-cropping in agrarian societies
  • Fertility, society, and food in India in Rural development.
  • A. R. Hinks and the Royal Geographical Society
  • The edge of the forest: land, childhood and change in a New Guinea protoagricultural society
  • Health and disease in tribal societies.
  • Non-capitalist relations of production in capitalist society: the hammesat in Southern Tunisia
  • Transport, economy, society and state: perspective on the context of transport
  • The early history of the Hakluyt Society 1847-1923
  • Suburbs in non western societies
  • The Berlin Geographical society (1828-1978)
  • Of cities and societies: a geographer's viewpoint
  • Moroccan economy and society: a bibliography of works in English
  • Relevance of geographical research and study in the context of Indian Society
  • The society and the discipline
  • Association de géographie ; Etats-Unis ; Généralités sur la géographie ; Histoire de la géographie ; National Geographic Society ; Pratique de la géographie ; Rôle du géographe ; Société ; Vulgarisation
  • Histoire et rôle de la National Geographic Society, par son président. Activités de vulgarisation, mais aussi de recherche et d'exploration| mécénat. Rôle de la discipline dans la société actuelle et future. (Vnm).
  • Transformation of the Czech society and economy and energy industry
  • Czech Republic ; Economic restructuring ; Electricity ; Energy ; Industry ; Social change ; Society
  • The transformation of Czech society, economy and industry after 1989 with special attention of energy and power production. The republic faces many problems connected with social, political, economic, industrial, energy, regional, localisation
  • In the territory of knowledge : state-centred discourses and the construction of society
  • Social sciences ; Social theory ; Society ; State ; Territoriality
  • The National Geographic Society's Teaching Geography Project
  • Development, objectives, and impacts of the « Teaching Geography Project », a program begun in 1988 funded by the National Geographic Society to provide one-day workshops across the USA. Guidance is offered for geography workshop planners
  • A hundred years of the National Geographic Society
  • Association de géographie ; Etats-Unis ; Généralités sur la géographie ; Histoire de la géographie ; National Geographic Society ; Pratique de la géographie
  • Gunung Mulu National Park, Sarawak. Die Gunung Mulu-Expedition der Royal Geographical Society, London, 1977-78. (Le parc national de Gunung Mulu, Sarawak. L'expédition de la Royal Geographical Society de Londres, 1977-78, au Gunung Mulu)
  • Excursion géographique ; Forêt tropicale ; Gunung Mulu ; Géographie de l'Asie ; Philippines ; Royal Geographical Society ; Sarawak ; Zone intertropicale
  • Inhuman/nonhuman/human : actor-network theory and the prospects for a nondualistic and symmetrical perspective on nature and society
  • Social sciences ; Social theory ; Society-environment relationship ; Sociology ; Technology ; Theory
  • In large part the human-centredness of much social science derives from a sharp divide, a dualism, between nature and society and between the work of natural and human scientists. The A. considers one attempt to transgress this divide and assess
  • the prospects for theories of this kind. Particular emphasis is on the transgression of the nature-society distinction in actor-network theory.
  • Environment, society and geographical organization: the problem of integral knowledge
  • Classification ; Environment ; Geography ; Inter-disciplinary approach ; Organization ; Philosophy of sciences ; Social sciences ; Society ; Society-environment relationship ; System
  • . The A. attempts to specify the regularities showing the organisation of complex systems. The combination of the principles of regularities and differentiation enables us to understand the nature of developmeent of society in the environment.
  • Climate and society in colonial Mexico : a study in vulnerability
  • Adaptation ; Climatic change ; Colonial period ; Environment ; Historical geography ; Impact ; Knowledge ; Mexico ; Society ; Vulnerability
  • societies articulate knowledge about climate and the environment, and how they respond to climatic variability. The study draws on Mexico's rich colonial archives and provides a historical perspectives on the complex relationship between climate
  • and vulnerable societies. - (HC)
  • Inside Thai society. Religion, everyday life, change
  • Buddhism ; Cultural studies ; Democracy ; Human rights ; Ideology ; Political geography ; Religion ; Society ; Thailand ; Tradition
  • The author explains the Thai society and its main ideological concepts. The idea of “democratic government headed by the King” and its understanding of democracy and human rights is developed. The quest for rapid social changes stimulates
  • a will to reaffirm an identity which is anchored in history and mostly in Buddhist traditions. A chapter is devoted to the identity. The three institutions: Nation, Religion and King integrate (history, society and people). - (GL)
  • Nederland op weg naar een post-industriële samenleving?. (Is the Dutch society a post-industrial society?)
  • Collection papers presented at the VGUS-congress (1977). Central theme: Will the present development in our society give rise to another type of society. What are the spatial consequences of the expected developments and what are the possibilities
  • for the government to cope with the resulting problems. The book contains three parts. In part A a discussion of the socio-economic characteristics of the post-industrial society, in part B a treatment of the spatial consequences (especially the problem of mobility
  • Civil society and support for the political system in times of crisis
  • Bolivia ; Civil society ; Mobilisation ; Political geography ; Social geography ; Social movement ; Social organization
  • 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
  • participated in protest. Civil society, however, is not associated with higher support for government during the crisis. Despite extremely high levels of mobilization, extreme dissatisfaction with government, and evidence that membership in associations
  • actively facilitates political protest, civil society continues to be positively associated with support for the political system.
  • Labor, capital and class struggle around the built environment in advanced capitalist societies in Urbanization and conflict in market societies.
  • that capitalist society must of necessity create a physical landscape a mass of humanly constructed physical resources in its own image, broadly appropriate to the purposes of production and reproduction| and that this process of creating space is full
  • of contradictions and tensions and that the class relations in capitalist society inevitably spawn strong crosscurrents of conflict. (L'Auteur).
  • Making civil society work : contracting, cosmopolitanism and community development in Tanzania
  • Civil society ; Development ; Empowerment ; Non-governmental organization ; Rural area ; Rural community ; Tanzania ; Volunteering
  • Realising this development donor civil society template in the forms of organisations demands specific kinds of work through which civil society comes to be enabled as an actor in development. This work can be characterised as contracting
  • , volunteering, and scalar work. The paper examines the scope and constitution of civil society work in two rural districts of Tanzania.
  • The Mediterrenean, environment and society
  • Documentation ; Environment ; Mediterranean States ; Society ; Textbook
  • The transformation of regional systems in an information-oriented society
  • society is stimulated not only by private but also by governmental initiatives. Studies by geographers lag far behind the modes of research pursued by scholars in the other fields. - (SGA)
  • Bulla Béla foldrajzi tarsasagi és tudomanyszervezo tevékenysége. (Béla Bulla's activity in the organization of scientific life and in the Hungarian Geographical Society)
  • Béla Bulla was the president of the Geographical Society and head of the Geographical Research Group of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences (the predecessor of the present Geographical Research Institute) for a long time. (DLO).
  • Linkages between energy, environment, and society in the High Atlas mountains of Morocco
  • Atlas ; Energy ; Energy consumption ; Environment ; Fertilizer ; Fuel ; Morocco ; Mountain ; Resource management ; Society-environment relationship ; Tribe
  • The new regional geography in the postindustrial society context
  • We are facing changes that will result into a new-type society. There are also conditions for a new regional geography. It should be to a greater extend oriented towards external relations in the globalized world and regional transformations
  • Caste ; Indonesia ; Plural society ; Religion ; Rural community ; Social organization ; Society ; Traditional society ; Village
  • Roman law and political control- from a primitive society to the dawn of the modern world
  • Civilization ; Family ; Historical geography ; History ; Legislation ; Social structure ; Social system ; Society
  • Knowledge and evaluation of the environment in traditional societies of Nepal
  • Cultural geography ; Environment ; Environmental perception ; Ethnic group ; Farming system ; Human ecology ; Mountain ; Nepal ; Soil ; Traditional society
  • Transformations in Hungary : essays in economy and society
  • Bank ; Budapest ; Competitiveness ; Economy ; Election ; Employment ; Foreign investment ; Handbook ; Hungary ; Income ; Poverty ; Regional disparities ; Society ; Town ; Years 1990-99
  • Geography ; Human ecology ; Perception ; Philosophy ; Post-structuralism ; Society ; Society-environment relationship
  • The article deals with geography as the science of nature in the society, the geographic organisation of the nature in society, the two forms of the expectancy stabilisation in geography, the cultural ecology and the non-representational theory
  • Building societies and credit rationing : an empirical examination of redlining
  • Redlining in the housing market occurs when building societies explicity delineate sections of cities where they will not usually grant mortgages. It is considered as part of the broader question of credit rationing, and derives a number
  • of alternative passible explanations of the spatial distribution of mortgage finance. These are considered using data on house sales, and surveys of building society managers and house buyers in Glasgow.
  • The unanimous Society. Remarks on the generative behaviour of the Japanese society in an extraordinary year in Human environment in Japan.
  • Economy, society and space: books in 1983
  • This is the second in a series of annual reports on books likely to be of interest to readers of Society and Space. Once again, the report is synoptic. The welter of literature of direct or tangential relevance that appears each year defeats any
  • attempt to be all-encompassing. This year the report is divided into six sections, some of which are carried over from last year. The six sections are Economy, The State, Third World, Housing, Class and Civil Society and Methodology and Social Theory.
  • The genesis of tourism in Barbados: further notes on the welcoming society
  • outcome of a certain attitude a predisposition to welcome which always had an important social and political function. Barbados is therefore seen as a welcoming society in which, although it would seem that the inhabitants were naturally inclined towards
  • abundant hospitality, the welcome was a product of the social superstructure and subsequently enhanced the reproduction of the social, economic, and political rigidities for Barbadian society. (MPM).
  • The Manchester and Royal Scottish geographical Societies
  • Ghum ; Histoire de la géographie ; Journal of Manchester geographical Society ; Manchester geographer ; Pratique de la géographie ; Revue géographique ; Royaume-Uni ; Scotland ; Scottish geographical magazine ; Siècle XIX-XX ; Société de géographie
  • Article en l'honneur du centenaire de ces deux sociétés toujours très vivantes| il en retrace l'histoire et présente le contenu de leurs publications: Scottish geographical magazine et Journal of Manchester geographical Society devenu en 1980
  • On relationships between climate variability and change, and societies
  • Climates and societies. A climatological perspective
  • Adaptation ; Climate ; Climatic variability ; Climatic variation ; Forecast ; Impact ; Modelling ; Social change ; Society
  • Ecology, objectivity and critique in writings on nature and human societies
  • Ecology ; Environment ; Epistemology ; Historical geography ; History of ideas ; History of sciences ; Society-environment relationship
  • Inspired by the Green Movement and invoking many of the analytical concepts of ecological science, environmental historians have offered criticisms of modern society and its relation with nature. Revisionists in ecological science have repudiated
  • Environmental policy : ecological modernisation or the risk society ?
  • Environment ; Environmental conservation ; Global change ; Social change ; Society-environment relationship
  • sometimes differentiated as environmentalism and ecologism. They also relate to a theoretical discourse about the nature of modern society and the sources of change.
  • Business reorganisation and regional development: the case of the British building societies movement
  • The impact of corporate restructuring in the British building societies movement is examined as an example of the changing organisation of the financial services industry. Regulatory changes have provided the opportunity for large building societies
  • Societies of consumers and consumer societies : co-operation, consumption and politics in Britain and continental Europe c. 1850-1920
  • Transition of the Czech society and economy since 1989, emotions, possibilities and expectations versus reality (Theoretical and methodological issues)
  • Czech Republic ; Economy ; Society
  • The transition processes of Czech society, economy and territory since 1989 are discussed. Under the influence in west orientation and trends to join EU the Republic has realised a solution of retarded and accumulated problems. Geographical analyses
  • THE MIGRANT FACTOR IN A PLURAL SOCIETY: A SOUTH AFRICAN CASE STUDY
  • Habitat and society in Kangra and Kinnaur districts of Himachal Pradesh
  • Issues that a manager of environment and society in India may need to handle if the approach of ecology is pursued. The A. attempts to define ecosystem identity, the destabilizing forces therein, and suggests the means to obtain priorities between
  • actions, necessary for managing ecosystem to the advantages of the society. - (PLK)
  • The published works of Leo Aario in Issue dedicated by the Geographical Society of Finland to Professor Leo Aario on his 80th birthday, 26th November 1986.
  • Changes in society and the economy
  • The Structure of mortgage finance: building societies and the British social formation
  • Switzerland : problem-solving in a multi-cultural society
  • Glacier mapping in Iceland by the British schools'exploring society
  • Change and development in nomadic and pastoral societies.
  • Transformations in the structure of Polish society (1944-1979)
  • African peasants in the totalitarian colonial society of the Belgian Congo in Peasants in Africa. Historical and contemporary perspectives.
  • Cattle raising in the Society, economy and ecology of Barbuda Island in Anthropology and social change in rural areas.
  • Articulation, global capitalism and the spatial organization of colonial society: the case of Zambia
  • Education and Society: the geographer's view.
  • Back to nature: the agrarian foundations of society according to Ibn Khaldun
  • Population and Society in twentieth century France.
  • Urban sociology in an urbanized society.
  • Social image and social change in a Melanesian society
  • An exploration of India. Geographical perspectives on society and culture.
  • Geography, segregation and American urban Society in Methods and mapping.
  • Regional culture and identity in industrialized societies: a critical comment
  • Abandonment of agricultural land in the phase of transition from agrarian to industrial society. A case study of Slovenia in Transformation of rural areas.
  • Mirror of a changing society. The development of residential geography at Utrecht
  • Economic and ecological processes in society and culture
  • John Ross Mackay, prix Kirk Bryan pour 1981 de la Geological Society of America
  • Building societies and local lending behaviour
  • The emergence of an urban social movement in Israeli society: an integrated approach
  • The integration of the Franco-Mauritian community into South African society
  • A study of the structure of the Ngwa-Igbo society of Southeastern Nigeria
  • Nicaragua : some reflections on socio-spatial issues in a society in transition
  • Society and economy of the Tribal Belt in Pakistan
  • Society, space, and locality
  • Cultural studies ; Pakistan ; Society ; Traffic ; Traveller's tale ; Way of life
  • Insightful comments on travelling in a turbulent Islamic society. - (DWG)
  • The state, civil society and regional elites : a study of three associations in Kano, Nigeria
  • Contrasting images of the new service society
  • Legislation ; Police ; Public order ; Social geography ; Society
  • The A. seeks to develop two of the central claims of the emerging critical literature on the relationships between law and geography - that the law is an ongoing interpretive construction influenced by extralegal discourses, and that law, society
  • Audiovisual ; Communication ; Consumption ; Cultural geography ; Ideology ; Place ; Social space ; Society ; Television
  • be related to long term historical changes in society.
  • Serving the knowledge-based society : research on knowledge products
  • Improving geography learning in the schools : efforts by the National Geographic Society
  • Africa ; Development ; Livestock farming ; Middle East ; Pastoral ; Rural society ; Social history ; Traditional society
  • Balkans ; Europe ; Rural economy ; Rural society ; Southern Europe ; Traditional society
  • Association de géographie ; Généralités sur la géographie ; Pratique de la géographie ; Royal geographical Society ; Royaume-Uni
  • Résultat de l'enquête menée auprès de 10 % des membres de la Royal Geographical Society en mai 1988.