3 edition of political geography of regionalism found in the catalog.
political geography of regionalism
|Statement||[by] Ronan Paddison.|
|LC Classifications||HT395.A9 P32|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||75 p. :|
|Number of Pages||75|
|LC Control Number||79307152|
TABLE OF CONTENTS List of figures List of boxes Preface Chapter 1 Placing political geography Political geography as a sub-discipline within contemporary human geography The nature, scope, and development of political geography Learning outcomes - the logic and structure of the book Key themes and further reading Section A Process and patterns Chapter 2 Human territoriality, maps. This chapter examines how a new political regionalism pattern characterised by devolution and self-determination claims expressed and embodied via geo-democratic practices such as the ‘right to decide’ is emerging in three small, stateless and city-regional nations in Europe: Scotland, Catalonia and the Basque Country. Three main arguments are presented as the source of such diverse and Cited by: 2.
The research project that led to the composition of the book combined quantitative (statistical surveys conducted across Ukraine) and qualitative (in-depth interviews and focus-group discussion) methods. The authors came to the conclusion that regionalism as a defining phenomenon of Ukraine is more prominent than the regions themselves. The research project that led to the composition of the book combined quantitative (statistical surveys conducted across Ukraine) and qualitative (in-depth interviews and focus-group discussion) methods. The authors came to the conclusion that regionalism as a defining phenomenon of Ukraine is more prominent than the regions by: 1. Revised and updated, this is a new edition of a core undergraduate resource on Political Geography. Unique in the teaching literature, Political Geography (published originally as Politics, Geography, and 'Political Geography') retains its focus on the social and cultural, while systematically overviewing the entire discipline. The text explains: Politics, geography, and "political.
He has recently edited The Political Economy of Indian Ocean Maritime Africa, Pentagon Press: New Delhi, has co-edited Indian Ocean Regionalism, Routledge, with Timothy Doyle, and has had republished as Volume 15 in a new Routledge Library Editions: Political Geography series his co-edited book with Julian Minghi, The Geography of Border Format: Hardcover. The terms city-region and city-regionalism are today widely used by urban managers, planners, representatives of businesses associations and international organizations, real estate and property developers and state officials and politicians. These terms disclose the complex intertwining of contemporary urbanization, world economy and world by: 3. This paper discusses the importance of considering the geographic context in policy-making and highlights the necessity of incorporating policy analysis in the study of political geography. We begin with a brief review of literature on political geography and a categorization of scale : Kingsley E. Haynes, Qingshu Xie, Lei Ding.
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