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  • Ideology ; Landscape ; Nature park ; Production of space ; Space ; Sweden
  • With the help of Lefebvre's writings on space, the A. argues that three interrelated spatialities constitute the abstract space of Swedish national parks : empty, organic, and optical space.
  • 2002
  • Narrating interracial relations and the negotiation of public spaces
  • Ethnic community ; Gender ; Public space ; Sexual behaviour ; Space ; Spatial behaviour ; United States of America
  • The purpose of the paper is to examine the everyday negotiation of public spaces of an African-American man as he participates in interracial (hetero)sexual relations. Employing a narrative approach, the A. highlights the complex interactions
  • 2002
  • Reflections on the changing nature of administrative space
  • The A. discusses the nature of administrative space and outlines some implications arising from developments associated with globalization and state restructuring. The traditional model of administrative space becomes less relevant for a variety
  • 2002
  • The automatic production of space
  • Automation ; Computing ; Daily life ; Infrastructure ; Production of space ; Technology
  • 2002
  • Remaking work, remaking space : spaces of production and accumulation in the reconstruction of American capitalism, 1865-1920
  • Capital accumulation ; Capitalism ; Division of labour ; Economic space ; Enterprise ; Historical geography ; Industrialization ; Labour ; Nineteenth Century ; Social change ; United States of America
  • 2002
  • The spatial structure consists of an inland space, a marine space and a port space functioning as a node to combine the former two spaces. Since these spaces are interrelated or combined by the movement of people or materials, fishers' daily
  • 2002
  • Shopping, space, and practice
  • Activity space ; Behaviour ; Consumption ; England ; Retail trade ; Shopping behaviour ; United Kingdom ; Urban practice
  • The AA. address questions of shopping as practised and its relation to shopping space. They argue that modes of shopping, which comprise distinctive sets of shopping practices involving relations to goods, relations of looking, the place of shopping
  • in the rythms of everyday life, and the socialities of sopping, are used to invest meaning in particular types of shopping space and to produce personalised shopping geographies. These arguments are developed in relation to charity shops and charity shopping.
  • 2002
  • Analysing space-time behaviour : new approaches to old problems
  • Behaviour ; Logit model ; Space time ; Spatial choice ; Time geography ; Utility fonction
  • The notion that activity-travel patterns are highly constrained has been frequently used in analytical studies and models of time-space behaviour. The popularity of this field of research lost most of its momentum in geography in the 1990s
  • , but is now the dominant approach among civil engineers in transportation research. The paper critically reviews these developments. It briefly sommarizes recent developments in space-time research, focusing on empirical and modelling studies. Potential
  • 2002
  • Re-mediating the spaces of reality television : America's Most Wanted and the case of Vancouver's missing women
  • The A. speaks to debates amongst geographers and media scholars about the communities that television constructs in both real and virtual spaces. Analysis turns to a 1999 episode of Fox TV's that featured the mysterious disappearances of 31 women.
  • 2002
  • The spaces and times of globalization : place, scale, networks, and positionality
  • Economic geography ; Economic theory ; Globalization ; Network ; Place ; Space time ; Spatial scale
  • 2002
  • The spaces and subjects of a globalising economy : a situated exploration of method
  • The AA. identify a promising intellectual convergence around the theme of imaginaries. They develop an argument that global imaginaries involve both discourses and practices that are constitutives of new spaces and subjects. They demonstrate
  • that the method may inform a case study of the globalising retail-banking sector by revealing multiple spaces and subjects.
  • 2002
  • Smallholding, hobby-farming, and commercial farming : ethical identities and the production of farming spaces
  • Agriculture ; Cultural studies ; Ethics ; Farmer ; Identity ; Production of space ; United Kingdom
  • The paper explores the production of farming identities and spaces, focusing especially on the relational construction of situated ethical identities. Using three case studies drawn from research with very small-scale farmers, the A. examines
  • 2002
  • Landscapes, space and equilibrium : shifting viewpoints
  • This review outlines the key changes in issues of equilibrium in ecosystems and the emergence of spatial ecology, and attempts to link the two. Although the issues considered are not solely limited to ecology (for example the consideration of space
  • 2002
  • Belorussia ; Economic space ; Geographical space ; Geography of religion ; Handbook ; Historical geography ; Industrial space ; National identity ; Policy ; Rural area ; Town ; Transport network ; Urban area
  • 2002
  • The shape of space : applying geometric morphometrics to geographic data
  • , are used to generate annual configurations within an ecological parameter space. A warps analysis of those configurations indicates a clear shift in the relative positions of Manhattan zip codes during the 1990s.
  • 2002
  • The field, the museum and the lecture hall : the spaces of natural history in Victorian Cornwall
  • Focusing on 19th century Cornwall and one of the main natural history societies operating in the country at that time, it is argued that a set of key spaces were integral to the operations and outputs of such societies. The paper details
  • 2002
  • Culture/economy and spaces of economic practice : positioning households in post-communism
  • 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
  • 2002
  • Controlling space, controlling scale : migratory labour, free speech, and regional development in the American West
  • Colorado ; Historical geography ; Labour ; Labour dispute ; Production of space ; Public space ; Social relations ; Trade unionism ; United States of America ; Years 1910-19
  • 2002
  • Measurement of density gradients and space-filling in urban systems
  • Clearer conception and better measurement of density and the related concept of space-filling are seen as central to applied analysis in régional science. The AA. probe the uncertain and ambiguous conception of urban density and space-filling
  • 2002
  • Symposium on space and religion
  • Christianity ; Community ; Cultural identity ; Cultural studies ; Ethnic community ; Geopolitics ; Islam ; Pilgrimage ; Religion ; Semiotics of space ; Space ; Territoriality
  • 2002