Theory and Methods: Critical Essays in Human Geography

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This volume tackles the complex terrain of theory and methods, seeking to exemplify the major philosophical, social-theoretic and methodological developments - some with clear political and ethical implications - that have traversed human geography since the era of the 1960s when spatial science came to the fore. Coverage includes Marxist and humanistic geographies, and their many variations over the years, as well as ongoing debates about agency-structure and the concepts of time, space, place and scale. Feminist and other ...

Theory and Methods: Critical Essays in Human Geography 2008, Routledge

ISBN-13: 9780754627098

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