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  • One world, millions of places: the end of history and the ascendancy of geography
  • Capitalism ; Core-periphery ; Democracy ; Economic space ; Economic system ; Liberalism ; Political geography ; State ; Territoriality ; World economic order ; World market
  • world does not mean a parallel end of Geography. On the contrary, it suggests that the importance of space and place is increasing in the structuring of the contemporary world, providing a challenge for political geographers.
  • 1994
  • The state as container: territoriality in the modern world-system
  • Across the whole of our modern world, territory is directly linked to sovereignty to mould politics into a fundamentally state-centric social process: the state'scapture of politics is premissed upon territoriality. The domination of political
  • 1994
  • Mental maps of the world: the case of Singapore students
  • Enquiry ; Mental map ; Perception ; Singapore ; Students ; Teaching of geography ; View of the world
  • 1994
  • 'Southern' exposure : teaching Third World geography
  • Exhortation for geographers to organize courses on the less developed parts of the world and to use a process approach that emphasizes concepts and implements alternative methods. - (DWG)
  • 1994
  • Classical models of world geography and their transformation following the discovery of America
  • Antiquity ; Cartography ; Cultural studies ; History of cartography ; Middle Age ; Sixteenth Century ; View of the world ; World
  • 1994
  • Placing power/siting space: the politics of global and local in the New World Order
  • Economic system ; Geopolitics ; Information ; National territory ; Political geography ; Power ; Social system ; Sovereignty ; State ; View of the world ; World economic order
  • 1994
  • Access Gabon: by rail through a looking glass world
  • 1994
  • Gender and critical geopolitics: reading security discourse in the new world disorder
  • 1994
  • Pedagogy ; Practical work ; Teaching of geography ; Third World ; United States of America ; Urbanization
  • Exercise to teach students how to understand a Third World city in terms of living space for the poor. - (DWG)
  • 1994
  • Contested global visions: One-World, Whole-Earth, and the Apollo space photographs
  • Earth's globe ; Geopolitics ; Ideology ; Image ; Modernism ; Perception ; Photography ; Spatial representation ; View of the world
  • 1994
  • Crisis, chaos, crunch? Planning for urban growth in the developing world
  • Facilities ; Housing ; Local government ; Public service ; Third World ; Urban administration ; Urban development ; Urban planning ; Urban policy ; Water supply
  • 1994
  • R. Brenner is one of the most widely known of Euro-Marxist historians. He asserts that the struggles and changes which take place in the center of the system (the European world) are the true determinants of world historical changes. The A. thinks
  • that Brenner makes errors because he does not pay attention to class struggle outside of northern Europe and because he does not notice that was happening in the non-European world after 1492 was class-based commodity production.
  • 1994
  • Argentina ; Atlas ; World
  • 1994
  • Roman law and political control- from a primitive society to the dawn of the modern world
  • 1994
  • Technopoles of the world. The making of twenty-first century industrial complexes
  • Boston ; High-tech industry ; High-tech park ; Industrial geography ; London ; Munich ; Paris ; Prospective study ; Science park ; Technology ; Tokyo ; World
  • 1994
  • The Y of geography : developing a model world geography course for pre-service teachers
  • 1994
  • No easy way out: essays on Third World development in honour of Jan Hinderink
  • Africa ; Bolivia ; Botswana ; Cameroon ; Costa Rica ; Development ; India ; Jawa ; Latin America ; Lesotho ; Living standard ; Mali ; Mexico ; Middle East ; Niger ; Pakistan ; Poverty ; Sumatera ; Swaziland ; Tanzania ; Third World ; Urban growth
  • 1994
  • Capitalism ; Economic system ; Geopolitics ; Historical geography ; Man-environment relations ; Political geography ; Social system ; Society-environment relationship ; View of the world ; World ; World economic order
  • 1994
  • International migration and demographic change in the developed world
  • Asylum request ; Data collection ; Definition ; Ethnic group ; Immigration policy ; International migration ; Migration factor ; Migratory flow ; Refugees ; Typology ; United States ; World
  • 1994
  • Third world cities: poverty, employment, gender roles and the environment during a time of restructuring
  • Economic restructuring ; Employment ; Informal sector ; Living standard ; Poverty ; Status of women ; Third World ; Town ; Unemployment ; Urban environment
  • 1994