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  • Die rhein-mainische Verstädterungsregion. Beiträge der Frankfurter Geographischen Gesellschaft zu ihrer Erfassung. (The urbanized area of the Rhin-Main-Region. Contributions of the Geographical Society of Francfort to their recording)
  • De achterkant van verstedelijkt Nederland. De positie en funktie van landelijke gebieden in de Nederlandse samenleving. The backyard of the urban Netherlands : the position and function or rural areas in Dutch society
  • De stadsbuurt in een veranderende samenleving : idee en werkelijkheid (The urban neighbourhood in a changing society| idea and reality)
  • Inner-urban squatters in western industrialized society: a London case study
  • A spatial analysis of the evolution of an urban system: the case of the Netherlands
  • Subject of this study is the development of the urban system in the Netherlands in the period 1840-1970. This period can be characterized by a transition from an agrarian-commercial society to an urban-industrial one. The industrial revolution has
  • caused a spatial differentiation in the regional economic structure. The urban regional structure in the North can be described in Christallerian terms, that of the South resembles more the structure of the Loschian model, the Western part of the country
  • Urbanisierung als sozialgeographischer Prozess-dargestellt am Beispiel südbayerischer Regionen Urbanization as a social-geographical process, described on the example of southern Bavarian regions
  • . As a starting point, the attempt is made to define the geographic term town (urban settlement) in a new, social geographic way, namely as a human settlement, where the typical characteristics and development trends of the industrial society show themselves
  • The study ries, from a social geographic point of view, to see the process of urbanization as part of the spatial development processes of human settlements, to explain it theoretically, and to show its regional differences empirically
  • in a relatively strong and distinct way and gain spatial relance. The totality of characteristics and ways of behaviour typical for urban settlements is called urbanity, their spreading in the sense of a diffusion process from this innovation centre
  • is urbanization. This diffusion process of urban ways of behaviour takes place in fields of different intensity, where we can find more or less urbanized settlements in a rural-urban continuum. The empiric studies proved the supposition that the urbanization
  • process does not take the same course in all settlements, but is composed of process components developing themselves with different degrees of intensity. In order to get types of urbanization, all possible combinations of eight components with three
  • degrees each were tested. After eliminating those types not existing in our area and reducing the nomber of types very similar to each other, eleven settlement types of urbanization were found. (HSC).
  • The coming crisis of urban society in Great expectations: the people, the experts and the governments.
  • 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
  • Switzerland : problem-solving in a multi-cultural society
  • Changes in society and the economy
  • The Structure of mortgage finance: building societies and the British social formation
  • Population and Society in twentieth century France.
  • Abandonment of agricultural land in the phase of transition from agrarian to industrial society. A case study of Slovenia in Transformation of rural areas.
  • Building societies and local lending behaviour
  • Glacier mapping in Iceland by the British schools'exploring society
  • Transformations in the structure of Polish society (1944-1979)
  • Education and Society: the geographer's view.
  • Centenary bibliography of papers published in the journals of the Geographical Society of Finland, by topic, 1888-1987
  • This bibliography lists by topic all the papers published in the journals of the Geographical Society of Finland and the Finnish Geographical Association, which was merged with it in 1921, over the hundred years that have elapsed since the founding
  • of the two bodies in 1888. It does not include separate publications by the Society such as atlases and handbooks. The journals in question are FENNIA, ACTA GEOGRAPHICA, GEOGRAFISKA FORENINGENS TIDSKRIFT, TERRA and MEDDELANDEN AF GEOGRAFISKA FORENINGEN I
  • Border changes and their effect on the structure of Hungarian society
  • The granaries of Finland in Issue dedicated by the Geographical Society of Finland to Professor Leo Aario on his 80th birthday, 26th November 1986.