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  • Peak electricity demand and the flexibility of everyday life
  • Consumption ; Demand ; Electricity ; Energy ; Energy consumption ; Social practice ; Tariff rate ; United Kingdom ; User Behaviour
  • This article examines peak electricity demand and the flexibility of everyday in the United Kingdom. It argues that it is the social practices which shape electricity demand curves that need to be at the centre of analysis. It considers how, in what
  • ways and for what purposes consumption of electricity may be or become flexible in response to a time of use tariff designed to reduce consumption in the early evening. It concludes that the rhythmic qualities of practices and the degree to which
  • 2014
  • A decline of ‘friends and neighbours voting’ in Ireland? Local candidate effects in the 2011 Irish ‘earthquake election'
  • Candidat local ; Comportement électoral ; Election ; Géographie politique ; Géographie électorale ; Irlande ; Parti politique
  • Election ; Electoral behaviour ; Electoral geography ; Ireland ; Political geography ; Political party
  • This paper examines local candidate effects in the most recent Irish general election, held in 2011. It showsthat during this unusually volatile election, fought in the shadow of an EU/IMF ‘bailout’, ‘friends and neighbours voting’ persisted
  • 2014
  • Commerce ; Comportement électoral ; District ; Election ; Etats-Unis ; Géographie économique ; Information ; Polarisation ; Politique locale ; Secteur d'activité ; Stratification
  • District ; Economic geography ; Economic sector ; Election ; Electoral behaviour ; Information ; Local policy ; Polarization ; Stratification ; Trade ; United States of America
  • This article considers information aggregation in national and local elections when voters are mobile and might sort themselves into local districts. Using a standard model of private information for voters in elections in combination with a new
  • 2014
  • Y a-t-il des effets de contexte spatiale sur le comportement des électeurs dans un système de partis nationalisés ? L’exemple de la République Tchèque
  • Comportement ; Comportement électoral ; Effet de contexte ; Effet de voisinage ; Election ; Impact ; Tchèque république ; Vie politique
  • Behaviour ; Contextual effect ; Czech Republic ; Election ; Electoral behaviour ; Impact ; Neighbourhood effect ; Political life
  • The paper discusses the contextual effects on voting behaviour. The study examines the existence of contextual effects using spatially very detailed data. When the determinants of election results are studied at the municipal level by spatial
  • statistical methods, areas of different size can be found in Czechia, in which election results can’t be explained by the composition of voters. Instead it becomes more appropriate to consider the contextual effects impacting on them. Some results
  • 2014
  • Consumer behaviour ; Electricity ; Energy ; Energy consumption ; Governmentality ; Political geography ; Power ; Switzerland
  • projects in Switzerland in the field of smart electricity management, aimed at (1) the assessment of customer needs and behaviours with regard to novel smart metering solutions (iSMART), and (2) the elaboration of novel IT solutions in the field of smart
  • electricity grids for optimised load management (Flexlast).
  • 2014
  • Aide sociale ; Caste ; Citoyenneté ; Communauté ; Comportement électoral ; Election ; Géographie politique ; Géographie sociale ; Géographie électorale ; Inde ; Parti politique ; Tamil Nādu ; Village
  • Caste ; Citizenship ; Community ; Election ; Electoral behaviour ; Electoral geography ; India ; Political geography ; Political party ; Social assistance ; Social geography ; Tamil Nadu ; Village
  • Based on a study of voting in a rural constituency in rural Tamil Nadu during the 2009 national elections, the paper explores the variety of motivations that compel people to vote. It explores how voting is informed by popular understandings
  • high levels of electoral participation. It suggests that elections form unique moments that allow ordinary people to experience an individual sense of citizenship and of democracy itself while at the same time allowing them to pursue projects
  • 2014
  • Evaluation of trenching, ground penetrating radar (GPR) and electrical resistivity tomography (ERT) for sinkhole characterization
  • Aragón ; Collapse structures ; Ebro ; Electrical resistivity tomography ; Geophysics ; Ground penetrating radar ; Karst ; Research technique ; Spain ; Stratigraphy ; Subsidence ; Watershed
  • This paper explores the suitability and advantages of combining the trenching technique with geophysical surveys [ground penetrating radar (GPR) and electrical resistivity tomography (ERT)] for sinkhole characterization in a mantled karst area
  • 2014
  • Ecology ; Electricity ; Ghana ; Household ; Housing ; Informality ; Political ecology ; Slum ; Social geography
  • living spaces. It examines shifts in the Accra energy network as urban dwellers rework connections to flows of electricity. It also considers the material adjustment of housing and the role of cooperation in responding to threats of demolition
  • 2014
  • Biais électoral ; Campagne électorale ; Collège électoral ; Election ; Etats-Unis ; Géographie politique ; Géographie électorale ; Parti politique
  • Election ; Electoral campaign ; Electoral geography ; Political geography ; Political party ; United States of America
  • 2014
  • Comportement électoral ; Election ; Géographie politique ; Italie ; Modèle ; Nationalisation ; Politique
  • Election ; Electoral behaviour ; Italy ; Model ; Nationalization ; Policy ; Political geography
  • 2014
  • Citoyenneté ; Culturel ; Dakar ; Election ; Géographie politique ; Hip Hop ; Jeunes ; Mobilisation ; Musique ; Rappeur ; Sénégal
  • Citizenship ; Cultural studies ; Dakar ; Election ; Mobilisation ; Music ; Political geography ; Senegal ; Young people
  • 2014
  • The contribution of Electrical Resistivity Tomography (ERT) in Alpine dynamics geomorphology : case studies from the Swiss Alps
  • Alluvial plain ; Alps (The) ; Conceptual model ; Earth surface processes ; Electrical resistivity tomography ; Geophysics ; Landslide ; Mountain ; Permafrost ; Rhône ; Surface deposits ; Switzerland ; Ticino ; Valais
  • 2014
  • Citoyenneté ; Droits de l'homme ; Election ; Femme ; Féminisme ; Genre ; Géographie politique ; Géographie sociale ; Minorité ethnique ; Nicaragua ; Sandinisme ; Sexualité ; Violence
  • Citizenship ; Election ; Ethnic minority ; Feminism ; Gender ; Human rights ; Nicaragua ; Political geography ; Sexuality ; Social geography ; Violence ; Woman
  • the ‘worst-case scenario’? Strategic conflicts and realignments of the feminist movement in the context of the 2006 Nicaraguan elections ; 3-Love, family values and reconciliation for all, but what about rights, justice and citizenship for women? The FSLN
  • 2014
  • Biogenic process ; Electrical resistivity tomography ; Free State ; Geophysics ; Moisture ; Sandstone ; South Africa ; Taffoni ; Temperature ; Weathering
  • , South Africa (GGHNP). Data are presented from surveys of internal moisture (using electrical resistivity tomography, ERT), surface moisture (using a Protimeter) and deterioration (using surface hardness as recorded with an Equotip as a proxy for surface
  • 2014
  • Aragón ; Electrical resistivity tomography ; Fluvial processes ; Geophysics ; Glacial features ; Periglacial features ; Pyrénées ; Quaternary ; Seismic refraction ; Spain ; Stratigraphy ; Upper Pleistocene
  • The AA. used a combination of geophysical prospection techniques, including shallow seismic refraction (SSR) and electric resistivity tomography (ERT). They focus on 2 selected study sites : the Late Pleistocene terminal moraine at Senegüé
  • 2014
  • Alps (The) ; Austria ; Electrical resistivity tomography ; Geophysics ; Ground-penetrating radar ; Microclimate ; Mountain ; Periglacial features ; Permafrost ; Plant cover ; Seismic refraction ; Soil temperature
  • permafrost. Geophysical measurements with electrical resistivity tomography, ground-penetrating radar and seismic refraction indicate the presence of several isolated areas of frozen ground over a full year, far below the regional lower limit of mountain
  • 2014
  • Banlieue ; Commune ; Comportement électoral ; Election ; Electorat ; Espace urbain ; Géographie politique ; Géographie électorale ; Pays-Bas ; Quartier
  • Election ; Electoral behaviour ; Electoral geography ; Electorate ; Municipality ; Neighbourhood ; Netherlands (The) ; Political geography ; Suburbs ; Urban area
  • 2014
  • Since Morales's election, rural movements have become the new protagonists of Bolivian politics. Previous analyses have emphasised their active role in shaping national politics, often focusing on those organisations as a compact block. However
  • 2014
  • which “the people” was constructed. In acting as/for “the people”, green ban activists produced a political subject able to challenge the claims of elected politicians, bureaucrats and developers to represent the interests of the city. It concludes
  • 2014
  • Dam ; Electricity ; Governance ; Hydraulic works ; Laos ; Mekong ; Political geography ; Power ; Role of the State ; Territorialisation
  • 2014