Handbook on the Geographies of Regions and Territories (häftad)
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Häftad (Paperback / softback)
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Engelska
Antal sidor
544
Utgivningsdatum
2020-01-14
Förlag
Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd
ISBN
9781839104411
Handbook on the Geographies of Regions and Territories (häftad)

Handbook on the Geographies of Regions and Territories

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This major international Handbook offers the most up-to-date and original viewpoints on critical debates relating to the rapidly transforming geographies of regions and territories, as well as related key concepts such as place, scale, networks and regionalism. This interdisciplinary Handbook brings together renowned specialists who have extensively theorized these spatial concepts and contributed to rich empirical research in disciplines such as geography, sociology, political science and international relations. It offers fresh, cutting-edge, and contextual insights on the significance of regions and territories in today?s dynamic world. This is a timely and vital resource for both students and researchers of human geography and regional studies. Political geographers and international relations scholars will also benefit from reading the Handbook as it offers a comprehensive yet accessible examination of the geography of regions and territories. Contributors include: J. Agnew, B.T. Asheim, S. Ayres, A. Beer, I. Braverman, G. Bristow, J. Bryson, I. Calzada, R. Castriota, J. Clark, A. Cochrane, R. Comunian, K.R. Cox, M. Deciancio, K. Dodds, M. Dunford, L. England, J.N. Entrikin, D. Gibbs, M. Glass, J. Harrison, A. Hemmings, Y. Herrera, R. Huggins, B. Jessop, A.E.G. Jonas, A. Jones, M. Jones, R. Jones, J.M. Kanai, D. Kofanov, D.F. Kogler, W. Liu, J. Loughlin, F. Mattheis, S. Moisio, R.L. Monte-Mor, C. Nine, A. Paasi, M. Pace, K. Peters, P. Riggirozzi, D. Rwehumbiza, S. Schindler, A. Shirikov, C. Sohn, D. Storey, N.-L. Sum, K. Terlouw, P. Thompson, I. Turok, L. Van Langenhove, A. Whittle
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    Richard Ek, 12 augusti 2021

    Detta är en konventionell "Handbook" som ger en närmast fullständig översikt över region- och territoriumbegreppens teoretiska utveckling och empiriska applicering de senaste 70 åren. De bidragande författarna är i stort de mest citerade forskarna i ämnet under de senaste tjugo åren, vilket bäddar för kvalitet (inte nödvändigtvis men i det här fallet är det så). Fungerar utmärkt som kurslitteratur i samhällsgeografi, men inte det första året. Texterna är överlag korta, komprimerade och skrivn... Läs hela recensionen

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'As a keyword, the region is one of the more difficult ones to define. This fascinating anthology does an admirable job presenting a multi facetted and colourful palette of definitions of and debates on the concept. The Handbook assembles classical and up-to-date, tested and groundbreaking conceptual and empirical writing on the region and regionalism and will serve as an invaluable resource to students of the matter world wide.' --Roger Keil, York University, Canada

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Edited by Anssi Paasi, Geography Research Unit, University of Oulu, Finland, John Harrison, Department of Geography and Environment, Loughborough University and Martin Jones, Executive and Department of Geography, Staffordshire University, UK.

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Contents: Preface 1. New Consolidated Regional Geographies Anssi Paasi, John Harrison and Martin Jones Part I History, Theory and Key Concepts 2. Evolution of the Regional Concept John Agnew 3. Territory and Territoriality David Storey 4. Geography of Experience: Place and Region J. Nicholas Entrikin 5. Scale and Territory, and the Difference Capitalism Makes Kevin Cox 6. New Regionalism Gillian Bristow 7. Relational Thinking and the Region Allan Cochrane 8. The TPSN Schema: Moving Beyond Territories and Regions Bob Jessop Part II Region, Territory and Economy 9. Economic Regionalization Andrew Jones 10. Regional Innovation and Growth Theory: Behavioural and Institutional Approaches Robert Huggins and Piers Thompson 11. Learning Regions - a Strategy for Economic Development in Less Developed Regions? Bjorn T. Asheim 12. Divisions of Labour, Technology and the Transformation of Work: Worker to Robot or Self-employment and the Gig Economy? John R. Bryson 13. The Geography of Knowledge Creation: Technological Relatedness and Regional Smart Specialization Strategies Dieter F. Kogler and Adam Whittle 14. Creative Regions: from Creative Place-making to Creative Human Capital Roberta Comunian and Lauren England 15. Sustainable Regions David Gibbs Part III Region, Politics and Identity 16. Territory and Governance John Loughlin 17. Territorial Rights and Justice Cara Nine 18. Regional Governance and Democracy Sarah Ayres 19. Political Regionalism: Devolution, Metropolitanization and the Right to Decide Igor Calzada 20. Regions and Cultural Representation Rhys Jones 21. Regional Identities: Quested and Questioned Kees Terlouw 22. Military-to-Wildlife Geographies: Bureaucracies of Cleanup and Conservation in Vieques Irus Braverman Part IV Urbanization and New Forms of Spatiality 23. City-Regions and City-Regionalism Sami Moisio and Andrew E.G. Jonas 24. Cross-Border Regions Christophe Sohn 25. Comparing Regionalism at Supra-National Level from the Perspective of a Statehood Theory of Regions Luk van Langenhove 26. Regional Urbanization: Emerging Approaches and Debates J. Miguel Kanai and Seth Schindler 27. Extended Urbanization: Implications for Urban and Regional Theory Roberto Monte-Mor and Rodrigo Castriota 28. The Twenty-first Century Rediscovery of Regional Planning in the Global South Seth Schindler, J. Miguel Kanai and Deusdedit Rwehumbiza 29. African Urbanization: Will Compact Cities Deliver Shared and Sustainable Prosperity? Ivan Turok Part V Regions and Regionalisms in Contexts 30. The 'Europe of the Regions' Julian Clark and Alun Jones 31. Mediterranean 'Regionalism' Michelle Pace 32. Sovereignty and Regionalism in Eurasia Dmitrii Kofanov, Anton Shirikov and Yoshiko M. Herrera 33. Chinese regionalism Michael Dunford and Weidong Liu 34. The Production of a Trans-Regional Scale: China's 'One Belt One Road' Imaginary Ngai-Ling Sum 35. Australasian Regionalism Andrew Beer 36. African Regionalism Frank Mattheis 37. North American Regionalism Michael R. Glass 38. Region Building, Autonomy and Regionalism in South America Pia Riggirozzi and Melisa Deciancio 39. Arctic and Antarctic Regionalism Klaus Dodds and Alan D. Hemmings 40. Ocean Regions Kimberley Peters Index