Jeffrey T. Webb's research while affiliated with East Carolina University and other places

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The study of retail geography is moving beyond an orthodox, spatial science tradition to include a consideration of the cultural and symbolic dimensions of retailing and consumption. This paper contributes to this emerging literature by exploring the cultural politics of retail change. The entry of a large format (or "big box") retailer into a comm...
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Almost three decades ago, cultural geographer Richard Pillsbury documented the national expansion of NASCAR and what he considered the erosion of major-league stock car racing as a unique southern tradition. This claim is reassessed in light of recent research, leading us to suggest that the sport is actually “transcultural” in nature. It is influe...

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... Despite extensive research on the geographies of sport (for a multi-sport overview see Koch, 2017; for specific US sports, see Alderman et al., 2003;Wise & Kirby, 2020), and specifically football (Baker, 2018;Conner, 2014;Lawrence, 2016), there is only limited examination of the names of the venues in which these activities are, quite literally, played out. In relation to football stadia naming, such work (see Church & Penny, 2013;Vuolteenaho & Kolamo, 2012; 2019, on which this paper builds) is grounded in critical toponymy (Rose-Redwood et al., 2010). ...