By Vincent J. Del Casino Jr., Mary E. Thomas, Paul Cloke, Ruth Panelli
This quantity strains the complexity of social geography in either its old and current contexts, while difficult readers to mirror seriously at the tensions that run via social geographic thought.
• equipped to supply a brand new set of conceptual lenses during which social geographies may be discussed;
• offers an unique intervention into the debates approximately social geography;
• Highlights the significance of social geography in the broader box of geography.
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Starting at the “first ever” or “founding father” has its downsides, mostly that the first texts or founders rarely converse or debate their ideas publicly or in print. Instead, I will look at the interactions between people, their ideas and the environment that drives them. Most practitioners of plant and animal geography during the late eighteenth and nineteenth century were studying classification of some form. Therefore the debates I will discuss throughout this book will be about classification.
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