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Agnew, John A.

The Wiley Blackwell Companion to Political Geography

Agnew, John A. - The Wiley Blackwell Companion to Political Geography, ebook

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The first Companion to Political Geography was a landmark statement about the nature of the sub-discipline that also set the research agenda for political geography. Nearly 10 years on, this all-new collection accounts for the intellectual and worldly changes that have taken place in and around political geography, providing a fresh overview of current issues and global research.

The Companion brings together the best researchers and communicators in the field, who highlight provocative theoretical and conceptual debates, and present a compendium of key worldly and intellectual developments. These include the long-term impact of the al-Qaeda attacks on the US in 2001, the rise of China as a geo-economic superpower, new media, the Anthropocene and concerns about the geo-politics of nature and resources. Intellectually, the influence of the practice-based methods in geography and concepts including postcolonialism, feminist geographies, and popular cultures are underlined. This new collection offers a one-stop reference volume for students and for those in allied fields requiring an overview of the substantive debates.

Keywords: Political geography, political science, international relations, sociology, war, peace, violence, conflict, justice, power, security, geopolitics, critical geopolitics, radical political geographies, feminist political geographies, biopolitics, nation-building, nationalism, popular uprisings, democracies, electoral geographies, social movements, fundamentalist, religious, sexual politics, spatial analysis, globalization, new media, social media, virtual political geographies, environment, boundaries, territory, sovereignty,  , imperial, anti-imperial, colonial present, state, citizenship, resources, federal, governance, political ecology, nature, regional institutions, mobility, migration, BRICS, post-colonial, financial crises, recession, al Qaeda, China, climate change, Anthropocene, Political geography, political science, international relations, sociology, war, peace, violence, conflict, justice, power, security, geopolitics, critical geopolitics, radical political geographies, feminist political geographies, biopolitics, nation-building, nationalism, popular uprisings, democracies, electoral geographies, social movements, fundamentalist, religious, sexual politics, spatial analysis, globalization, new media, social media, virtual political geographies, environment, boundaries, territory, sovereignty,  , imperial, anti-imperial, colonial present, state, citizenship, resources, federal, governance, political ecology, nature, regional institutions, mobility, migration, BRICS, post-colonial, financial crises, recession, al Qaeda, China, climate change, Anthropocene, Political Geography

Editor
 
 
 
Publisher
John Wiley and Sons, Inc.
Publication year
2015
Language
en
Edition
1
Series
Wiley Blackwell Companions to Geography
Page amount
568 pages
Category
Natural Sciences
Format
Ebook
eISBN (ePUB)
9781118725870
Printed ISBN
9781118725887

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