The SAGE Handbook of Political Geography.

By: Cox, Kevin RContributor(s): Low, Murray | Robinson, JenniferMaterial type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on DemandPublisher: London : SAGE Publications, 2012Description: 1 online resource (640 p.)ISBN: 9781446206836Subject(s): Political geography | Political geography | Politieke geografie | Politieke geografieGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: The SAGE Handbook of Political GeographyDDC classification: 320.12 LOC classification: JC319 .S26 2008Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Contents; Preface and Acknowledgements; Contributors; IntroductionPolitical Geography: Traditionsand Turns; SECTION I - The Scope and Development of Political Geography; Introduction to Section I; 1 - The Politics of Political Geography; 2 - The Geography of Political Geography; 3 - Geographies of Space and Power; 4 - Feminist Transformations of Political Geography; SECTION II - States; Introduction to Section II ; 5 - Theorizing the State Geographically: Sovereignty, Subjectivity, Territoriality; 6 - State and Society; 7 - Planning, Space and Government
8 - Welfare Provision, Welfare Reform, Welfare Mothers9 - Making Space for Law; 10 - Coercion, Territoriality, Legitimacy: The Police and the Modern State; SECTION III - Re-Naturing Political Geography; Introduction to Section III; 11 - Theorizing the Nature-Society Divide; 12 - The State in Political Ecology: A Postcard to Political Geography from the Field; 13 - Regulating Resource Use; 14 - Global Environmental Politics; 15 - The Politics of Transition:Critical Political Ecology,Classical Economics, and Ecological Modernization Theory in China
SECTION IV - Identities and Interests in Political OrganizationsIntroduction to Section IV ; 16 - Nation-States and National Identity; 17 - Working Political Geography Through Social Movement Theory: The Case of Gay and Lesbian Seattle; 18 - Contrapuntal Geographies: The Politics of Organizing Across Sociospatial Difference; 19 - The Political Geography of Many Bodies; 20 - Transnational Political Movements; SECTION V - From La Geographie Electorale to the Politics of Democracy; Introduction to Section V ; 21 - Place and Vote; 22 - The Territorial Politics of Representation
23 - Democracy and Democratization24 - Convening Publics: The Parasitical Spaces of Public Action; SECTION VI Global Political Geographies; Introduction to Section VI ; 25 - 'Global' Geopolitics; 26 - Geo-graphing: Writing Worlds; 27 - Empire; 28 - Re-Bordering Spaces; 29 - Transnationalism and (Im)mobility:The Politics of Border Crossings; 30 - Spatial Analysis of Civil War Violence; SECTION VII - The Politics of Uneven Development; Introduction to Section VII ; 31 - The Political Geography of Uneven Development; 32 - The Politics of Local and Regional Development
33 - The Politics of Localization: From Depoliticizing Development to Politicizing Democracy34 - 'Development' in Question; 35 - Sustainable Development and Governance; 36 - Urban Governance in the South: The Politics of Rights and Development; Author Index; Subject Index
Summary: Political Geography is a core subdiscipline of Human Geography, the Handbook of Political Geography will provide a highly contextualised and systematic overview of the latest thinking and research. Edited by key scholars with international contributions from acknowledged authorities on the relevant research.
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Contents; Preface and Acknowledgements; Contributors; IntroductionPolitical Geography: Traditionsand Turns; SECTION I - The Scope and Development of Political Geography; Introduction to Section I; 1 - The Politics of Political Geography; 2 - The Geography of Political Geography; 3 - Geographies of Space and Power; 4 - Feminist Transformations of Political Geography; SECTION II - States; Introduction to Section II ; 5 - Theorizing the State Geographically: Sovereignty, Subjectivity, Territoriality; 6 - State and Society; 7 - Planning, Space and Government

8 - Welfare Provision, Welfare Reform, Welfare Mothers9 - Making Space for Law; 10 - Coercion, Territoriality, Legitimacy: The Police and the Modern State; SECTION III - Re-Naturing Political Geography; Introduction to Section III; 11 - Theorizing the Nature-Society Divide; 12 - The State in Political Ecology: A Postcard to Political Geography from the Field; 13 - Regulating Resource Use; 14 - Global Environmental Politics; 15 - The Politics of Transition:Critical Political Ecology,Classical Economics, and Ecological Modernization Theory in China

SECTION IV - Identities and Interests in Political OrganizationsIntroduction to Section IV ; 16 - Nation-States and National Identity; 17 - Working Political Geography Through Social Movement Theory: The Case of Gay and Lesbian Seattle; 18 - Contrapuntal Geographies: The Politics of Organizing Across Sociospatial Difference; 19 - The Political Geography of Many Bodies; 20 - Transnational Political Movements; SECTION V - From La Geographie Electorale to the Politics of Democracy; Introduction to Section V ; 21 - Place and Vote; 22 - The Territorial Politics of Representation

23 - Democracy and Democratization24 - Convening Publics: The Parasitical Spaces of Public Action; SECTION VI Global Political Geographies; Introduction to Section VI ; 25 - 'Global' Geopolitics; 26 - Geo-graphing: Writing Worlds; 27 - Empire; 28 - Re-Bordering Spaces; 29 - Transnationalism and (Im)mobility:The Politics of Border Crossings; 30 - Spatial Analysis of Civil War Violence; SECTION VII - The Politics of Uneven Development; Introduction to Section VII ; 31 - The Political Geography of Uneven Development; 32 - The Politics of Local and Regional Development

33 - The Politics of Localization: From Depoliticizing Development to Politicizing Democracy34 - 'Development' in Question; 35 - Sustainable Development and Governance; 36 - Urban Governance in the South: The Politics of Rights and Development; Author Index; Subject Index

Political Geography is a core subdiscipline of Human Geography, the Handbook of Political Geography will provide a highly contextualised and systematic overview of the latest thinking and research. Edited by key scholars with international contributions from acknowledged authorities on the relevant research.

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