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  • Exploring the emergence of the subject in power : infant geographies
  • Agency ; Applied geography ; Infant ; Nonrepresentational theory ; Power ; Societal relations ; Subjectivity processes ; Theory
  • This paper explores the emergence of the subject in power through infant geographies. It focuses upon how subjection occurs in specific material spaces, and the role of a host of human and nonhuman others to the process of subjection. It also
  • analyses how diversities of kinship and nonkinship social relations might lead to other constellations of power in the subjection of infants. How the geographies of infants can be operationalised methodologically and epistemologically is also studied.
  • 2013
  • Fishing for nature : the politics of subjectivity and emotion in Scottish inshore fisheries management
  • Applied ecology ; Community ; Conflict ; Emotion ; Fishing ; Inshore fishery ; Livelihood ; Political ecology ; Resource management ; Scotland ; Subjectivity ; United Kingdom
  • This paper explores the relational emergence of subjects, emotions, and socionatures and their consequences for Scottish inshore fishery management. It probes the contradictions emerging from different fishing practices by exploring how
  • the boundaries between subjects and environments are formed, and the consequences for Scottish inshore fisheries management of such boundary un/making. Attending to the way in which subjectivities position fishers differently in relation to their resources
  • 2013
  • Affect ; Behaviour ; Concept ; Human body ; Subjectivity
  • This paper contributes to current debates concerning affect and the nonrepresentational subject by introducing the concept of the interruption as a means of exploring the politics both of experience and of the feeling body. By thinking about the way
  • in which affect is theorised in Spinoza’s Ethics alongside a critique of the subject that draws on Foucault, I position the interruption as an event that elicits a mode of critique that enables an interrogation of both the sociality of affect
  • 2013
  • The affective labor of growing forests and the becoming of environmental subjects : rethinking environmentality in Odisha, India
  • Affect ; Biopower ; Community ; Environment ; Environmentality ; Forestry ; Governmentality ; India ; Orissa ; Subjectivity
  • 2013
  • Speaking without voice : participatory planning, acknowledgment, and latent subjectivity in Barbados
  • Barbados ; Coastal environment ; Cultural studies ; Discourse ; Economic development ; Participation ; Planning ; Planning project ; Subjectivity
  • This article examines the precarious relationship between voice, acknowledgment, and latent subjectivity in Barbadian fisherfolk during participatory planning. It first contextualizes their exclusion from the west coast, then gives attention
  • 2013
  • Affect ; Anthropology ; Connectivity ; Ethnography ; Social sciences ; Subjectivity
  • to absence sheds light on the theoretical bind of object-centred versus subject-centred approaches.
  • 2013
  • Gender, risk and micro-financial subjectivities
  • Bolivia ; Empowerment ; Ethnic minority ; Finance ; Gender ; Governmentality ; Micro-credit ; Risk ; Social geography ; Subjectivity ; Woman
  • 2013
  • From Homo economicus to complex subjectivities : reconceptualizing farmers as pesticide users
  • Agriculture ; Behaviour ; Costa Rica ; Farmer ; Governmentality ; Knowledge ; Pesticide ; Risk ; Social geography ; Subjectivity
  • 2013
  • Beginners and equals : political subjectivity in Arendt and Rancière
  • Concept ; France ; Human rights ; Identity ; Political geography ; Subjectivity
  • 2013
  • Concept ; Cultural geography ; Cultural studies ; National school ; Subjectivity ; Theoretical geography ; Twentieth Century
  • objectivity to subjectivity. The biggest influence on the development of cultural geography had German, French and American School. Since the 1980s views of the so-called ‘new’ cultural geography come to the forefront. - (IKR)
  • 2013
  • The Lehman Minibonds crisis and financialisation of investor subjects in Singapore
  • 2013
  • Eco-governmentality revisited : mapping divergent subjectivities among Integrated Water Resource Management experts in Paraguay
  • 2013
  • The subject of this study aims to delimit destinations which have been researched in a micro-region (Felsőörs, Lovas, Paloznak, Alsóörs, Csopak) of a Balaton Region, Hungary’s number one tourist destination as well as the local destination
  • 2013
  • The politics of the evicted : redevelopment, subjectivity, and difference in Mumbai's slum frontier
  • Activism ; Bombay ; Eviction ; Housing policy ; India ; Land policy ; Maharashtra ; Slum ; Social geography ; Societal relations ; Subjectivity ; Urban policy
  • 2013
  • “But one needs to work!”: neoliberal citizenship, work-based immigrant integration, and Post-Socialist subjectivities in Berlin-Marzahn
  • Berlin ; Citizenship ; Employment ; Germany ; Immigrants ; Neo liberalism ; Sense of belonging ; Social geography ; Subjectivity ; Unemployment
  • 2013
  • Does migration make you happy? A longitudinal study of internal migration and subjective well-being
  • Household ; Internal migration ; Migration ; Social cost ; Social geography ; Subjectivity ; United Kingdom ; Well-being
  • 2013
  • Income and preferences for the environment : evidence from subjective well-being data
  • Atmospheric pollution ; Environment ; Income ; Ireland ; Local amenities ; Quality of life ; Social class ; Social geography ; Subjectivity ; Temperature ; Water pollution ; Well-being
  • 2013
  • Neoliberalization, transnational migration, and the varied landscape of economic subjectivity in the Totonacapan region of Veracruz
  • Agrarian reform ; Economic geography ; Ethnic minority ; International migration ; Labour migration ; Land reform ; Mexico ; Neo liberalism ; Rural outmigration ; Subjectivity ; Veracruz
  • 2013
  • engagement of the landscape architecture of a tropical-modernist architect (G. Bawa). The A. shows how some of the familiar concept-metaphors (nature, religion, subjectivity) hold particular kinds of landscape politics that emerge from human relationships
  • 2013
  • The impact of objective and subjective measures of air quality and noise on house prices : a multilevel approach for downtown Madrid
  • 2013