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Este trabajo aplica la perspectiva propuesta por Paul Claval de trabajar con lo experimentado por los habitantes y estudiosos de un paisaje observado. Preocupados por el entorno y la ritualidad, los autores nos relatan un recorrido hasta un cerro ubicado al sur de la Ciudad de México que les permite acercarse a las maneras que una sociedad experime...
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This article focuses on Indigenous women’s narrative and storytelling tradition and its relation to decolonial ecologies. It argues that Indigenous women’s narratives, both written and orally transmitted, constitute sites of defiance to the eco-social structures of settler colonialism and imperialism. Drawing on the case of Palestine, the article r...
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The monitoring and protection of historic buildings require a highly professional team and material resources. Monitoring and protecting historical architectural features is an urgent issue. According to the theory of biological gene expression, genes are the fundamental units that control and express biological traits. Similarly, the “genes” of hi...
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This work means to elucidate the hegemonic symbolic production process that uses Santos FC to be expressed. For that, through the New Cultural Geography precepts, this dissertation means to analyze the symbol system apart from Urbano Caldeira stadium-'Vila Belmiro'-surroundings covering all the city of Santos-SP. To a large exchange, this work stud...
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Storing information and circulating it between individuals and groups is a critical behaviour that signals a tipping point in our evolutionary history. Such practices enabled the preservation and consolidation of knowledge over extended periods, facilitating the accumulation of cultural innovations across generations. In this study, we used Social...
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After Buddhism spread to the Zhejiang, it underwent sinicization, giving rise to Chinese Buddhist architecture and forming a secularized character. The spatial-temporal distribution of historical Buddhist architecture in Zhejiang is strongly representative of Buddhist architecture. From the perspective of religious cultural geography, this study ta...
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This article presents cartographic teaching materials used in two different periods: the second half of the nineteenth century and the beginning of the 2020s. During the first period examined, the works of Blaž Kocen (also Blasius Kozenn) laid the foundations of school cartography in the Habsburg Monarchy. The most highly valued among them in centr...
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Kuttanad is a region in south-central Kerala, popularly known as her ‘rice bowl’. Literally, kuttanad means ‘low-lying land’. She is a beauty to the eyes of the beholder, with vast tracts of paddy fields and coconut palms, innumerable ponds occupied by ducks and the Vembanad lake. Kuttanad is a delta formed by the confluence of Muvattupuzha, Manima...
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This paper problematizes how scholars understand the relation between resilience and justice. Critical and applied scholarship tends to dismiss resilience as a neoliberal barrier to justice, or assume it necessarily advances justice outcomes. Instead, drawing on collaborative fieldwork with Miami-based social and climate justice organizers, we expl...
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V. K. Arsenyev is an amazing person who combined in his life the creative possibilities of a great traveler and a deep naturalist of nature, an ethnographer and a local historian, a hunter and a counterintelligence agent. He is the author of a series of books, among which the most famous are "Dersu Uzala", "Along the Ussuri Region", "Through the ta...
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Background: Suicide is a worldwide growing but neglected problem crossing culture, geographies, religious, social and economic boundaries. Suicide is a perplexing phenomenon of taking one’s own life. As versatile human beings are, reasons behind suicide attempts are also unique. There is paucity of study on the clinical characteristics of these pat...
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Small Islands Developing States (SIDS) welcomed 44 million tourists pre-COVID-19, which accounts for more than 30% of the total exports in SIDS (UNWTO, 2020). SIDS have been popular holiday destinations for many decades, attracting the traditional '3S' (sun, sea and sand) holiday seekers and later diversifying into many special interest packages (K...
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Este artigo parte da premissa que as abordagens tradicionais da geografia da religião dão foco excessivo no plano material e na descrição de comportamentos coletivos, negligenciando a imaterialidade e a excepcionalidade das identidades como expressões religiosas. Além disso, considera que esses enfoques recorrem comumente ao trato ontológico do sag...
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Carl Sauer's The Morphology of Landscape is a foundational text for cultural geography. Instead of focusing on culture, however, this article pays special attention to Sauer's use of phenomenology. Through the lens of German Theory, I detail the debate around areal realism in German geography amongst Carl Ritter, Julius Fröbel, Alexander von Humbol...
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While first-in-family women’s experience of attending university has been examined in a growing body of literature, there has been little attention paid to the experiences of first-in-family males. This chapter presents an account of the motivations, transitions and participations of first-in-family male students using a narrative gender framework....
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In all emanations of Yugoslav nation- and state-building, the awareness persisted among the political and cultural elites that one of the main threads that connected all Yugoslavs was that they shared the same space. This idea required a set of symbolic practices that could bring together ethnically, culturally, and economically diverse regions, th...
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This paper is a reflective discussion of the research method developed by a small research team over a 5-year period as it intra-acted with the south Asian monsoon in three south/southeast Asian cities. It reflects on how the team’s practice was transformed from being research on or about the monsoon as a discrete unit of analysis, to research in t...
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Abstract Aim. The purpose of the paper is to assess the potential of the creative heritage of the Chinese-American geographer Yi-Fu Tuan in the context of the problems and research directions of modern humanitarian geography. Methodology. The content analysis of Yi-Fu Tuan’s works is performed in connection with studies on the humanist and cultural...
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A proliferation of examinations of vertical, voluminous, subsurface, subterranean, or underground relationships has emerged in the last few years of geographic thought. This article seeks to summarize key trends in this literature, critique some of its collective shortcomings, and describe possible future areas of research. I examine a variety of "...
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The protection of historical buildings is limited by low-quality style imitation and large-scale demolition and reconstruction, and the work process requires a high investment of human and material resources, which restricts the inheritance and development of this material cultural heritage. How to achieve precise monitoring and protection of histo...
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An architect and a cultural geographer meet to visit a vast industrial complex in southern Spain that was gradually abandoned between 1962 and 2012. Despite being formally designated as protected heritage, the practical absence of material intervention, historical interpretation or control of access turns the act of walking through these ruins into...
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The academic practice of German-speaking geography is the research interest of this dissertation. It is thus both a "meta-geographical" thesis in the sense of disciplinary research and a social-geographical thesis, which examines how scientists interact with each other as social actors in the academic field. A total of five academic articles are pr...
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This article investigates the role of the Franco–Belgian border in regional language activism in the Hauts-de-France region in northern France, as well as whether activists perceive it as a resource for or obstacle to the valorisation or revitalisation of regional languages. Hauts-de-France, which was recently formed after the merger of two former...
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The book offers an interdisciplinary overview of the film and place relationship from an intercultural perspective. It explores the complex domain of place and space in cinema and the film industry's role in establishing cultural connections and economic cooperation between India and Europe. With contributions from leading international scholars,...
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This paper aims to study the representation of same-sex desire in Ruth Vanita’s Memory of Light (2020) and analyze how the socio-spatial dynamics of the kotha helps to reconstruct female-to-female intimacy and convey a different idea of community and a sense of belonging in history. The novel, which traces the relationship between two courtesans, i...
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In this study we will try to identify, outline and understand the close relationship between the poetics of the Czech naturalized French writer Milan Kundera and the concept of intercultural identity, thanks to a geographical reading of his life and works. Starting from the theoretical premise outlined in the text "Geocriticism" by Bertrand Westpha...
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Geography and social studies courses are studied in relation to the interaction between people and place, and alternative techniques that employ visual, auditory elements, and technological processes are supported. In this context, documentaries are among the prominent productions studied in geography topics of social studies. The main aim of this...
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Purpose. The author in the presented article considers the late texts of Ovid, presented by Tristia and Epistulae ex Ponto. The purpose of the article is to analyze how the texts reflect the processes of formation of the imperial political culture and identity. Research novelty. The novelty of the study lies in the analysis of the late texts of Ovi...
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Ira, V., Uher, A.: Cultural landscape as a Cultural and Temporal-Spatial Phenomenon. Životné prostredie, 2018, 52, 4, p. 195-199. Cultural landscape is a broad concept which increasingly resonates in a number of scientific disciplines and many areas of contemporary life. It is also a very complex phenomenon because of both its assemblage of physic...
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O propósito deste trabalho é apresentar a noção de territorialidade a partir da percepção do povo Munduruku, que vive no município de Borba, estado do Amazonas, e analisar, sobretudo, as relações do modo de pensar o lugar atualmente. Evidencia-se que o território consiste em um espaço de pertencimento étnico, no qual estão inseridos os fenômenos hi...
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Toponym is rich in cultural connotations, which can help human beings understand the economy, culture, geography, religion of a certain region and a certain stage. With the increasing intercultural communication, cultural exchange has been extended to people's work and life and the significance and influence of toponym in cross-cultural communicati...
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Mais uma vez temos a possibilidade de nos encontrarmos por meio de uma publicação, com professores-pesquisadores que, ansiosos por divulgar os resultados de suas pesquisas, são reunidos pela Editora Artemis, neste sexto volume da obra intitulada Ciências Humanas: Estudos para uma Visão Holística da Sociedade. De nossa parte, isso significa um acomp...
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Computer-aided CAD system plays an important role in urban planning and heritage conservation. When developing new products, the computer-aided system can effectively identify the existing CAD model and facilitate the reuse for design, thus shortening the development cycle, reducing the development cost, and improving the development efficiency. Th...
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Although both the analysis of regional culture and urbanisation are long-standing preoccupations in geography, few studies have considered the relationship between the two, the former traditionally being a topic in cultural geography, while the latter is usually interpreted and analysed as a process in economic geography. Taking evidence from the 1...
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The term "orality" broke into mission circles in the early 1980s while I studied at Fuller Seminary, trying to grow a US Anglo church in a predominantly African-American neighborhood. Getting a grip on this orality thing with the help of some black pastor friends that taught me about it through their "oral culture" turned into a long and sharp lear...
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This article takes the May 2021 uprising in Palestine, known as the Unity Intifada, as a prism to map old and new political geographies between coloniser and freedom-fighter, whose significance extends beyond the temporal limits of the May event. The first part of the paper investigates the role of identity and cultural geographies in re-enforcing...
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It seems unavoidable today, in the field of literary studies, the discussion about the expansion of the canon. The awareness of the diversity of the world forces to take into consideration other paradigms that account for the multiplicity of literary traditions of (semi)peripheral cultural geographies. Indeed, a new epistemological perspective is r...
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‘Home’ is often central to discussions of leisure as ‘home’ has potential to create a sense of place, facilitate personal control, and encourage creative self-expressions. Within leisure studies/sciences ‘home’ remains privileged and uncritiqued. This stable perspective assumes ‘home’ as a universal concept that is commonly known, understood, and t...
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Resulta complicado definir de forma precisa los contenidos que se abordan en el proceso de enseñanza-aprendizaje de la Geografía en la actualidad. Esta complejidad guarda estrecha relación con la, también compleja, definición de la propia disciplina y de los límites de su campo de estudio. Partiendo de la cuestión de, ¿a qué se debe esta dificultad...
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This research explores mutual influence between the processes of place representation and production of space in the prefabricated built environment of several districts in Moscow. The urban environment of such spaces is described using the term «placelessness» from the studies of cultural geography. The «placeless» spaces are lacking unique featur...
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Tourism is one of the fastest expanding areas of the global economy, and it also plays an important role in Bangladesh's economy. Due to the great quantity of tourism attractions, available men control inside the country, and declining monetary value, Bangladesh has seen a big scale improvement in tourism. The majority of visitors come to our count...
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ABOUT THE BOOK ABOUT THE EDITORS The book draws on primary and secondary data from various sources to unearth the dynamics and processes of the growth of Winneba as a small town and the func�ons the town performs in na�onal development. It uses a mul�disciplinary approach to look at various research themes which holis�cally describes the Winneba to...
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In a time of refugee boats and rising seas, maritime mobilities and immobilities have regained critical status for the development of viable futures—social, economic, environmental, political, as well as imaginative. This introduction describes advances in maritime studies, alongside “blue cultural studies” or “oceanic humanities,” and covers a sel...
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By their very name, houses of worship are often seen and lived as a special kind of space, with material, relational and emotional connotations that refer back to the idea of home and the investment people infuse into it. For migrants who often belong to religious minorities, they can be considered as (semi)-public homes: community centres often et...
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Computer aided CAD system plays an important role in urban planning and heritage conservation. When developing new products, the computer aided system can effectively identify the existing CAD model, facilitate reuse for design, thus shortening the development cycle, reducing the development cost, and improving the development efficiency. Therefore...
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Geographers have become increasingly preoccupied with the problematic of the future in recent decades, but it would be misleading and premature to think of this emerging, diffuse, inchoate area of research as a distinct subdiscipline. Leaving aside the general overviews of the field, this chapter structures the presentation of the current state of...
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Tourism is one of the world's fastest growing industries, yet it is beset with problems in Pakistan. Pakistan is endowed with a wealth of natural and cultural resources that can be utilized for long-term tourism but due to lack of resources and commitment it has resulted in the country's tourism potential being underutilized. Tourism is critical to...
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Starting from the ‘80s, the development of “cultural geography” (Cosgrove, 1984) rejected the concept of surroundings as a neutral backdrop. By adding a social dimension to the landscape, this became a meaningful medium, emphasising the mutual influence between people and surrounding material world. A place can be thought as a “relational concept”...
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This article builds on insights from both critical heritage studies and Indian Ocean studies to argue that there is a need to delve deeply into how, by whom, and why heritage is practiced. Empirically, the practice of afternoon tea in Penang (Malaysia) provides insights into habits, manners, and customs in order to explore heritage as a social prac...
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Migration research often focuses on exclusionary laws and social processes and how they impact children and the families they are embedded within. While important, this focus on harmful social structures can obscure forms of creative agency that are also inherent to young people’s migration, even in the face of racialized immigration policies that...
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At the same time as humans are becoming increasingly interested and emotionally invested in nonhuman animals (including pets, farm animals, animals in captivity and wild animals), the internet, apps and digital devices are playing an ever-more prominent role in people’s everyday lives. This book examines the nexus between these two parallel but inc...
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Les recherches conduites dans le très haut bassin de la Loire et ses marges rhodaniennes précisent l’enchaînement des changements environnementaux durant la Préhistoire et nourrissent la réflexion sur les interactions milieux-sociétés : Paléolithique moyen, Paléolithique supérieur, Epipaléolithique et Mésolithique sont principalement convoqués. On...
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Considerando-se o critério da diversidade, adotado por Jacyntho Lins Brandão ao selecionar os artigos constitutivos da obra Literatura Mineira: Trezentos anos, o objetivo inicial deste artigo é mapear, no escopo dessa seleção, uma geografia cultural da diferença, a qual garantiu a contemplação crítica e histórica de escritas periféricas, entre as q...
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Από το 2014 μέχρι σήμερα το Μεταπτυχιακό Πρόγραμμα Σπουδών ««Δραματική Τέχνη και Παραστατικές Τέχνες στην Εκπαίδευση και διά Βίου Μάθηση» του Τμήματος Θεατρικών Σπουδών της Σχολής Καλών Τεχνών του Πανεπιστημίου Πελοποννήσου, με τη φροντίδα της Προέδρου του Ομότιμης Καθηγήτριας κ. Άλκηστις Κοντογιάννη, δραστηριοποιείται στις δυο φυλακές του Ναυπλίου...
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The lure of an unavailable world is becoming increasingly prominent in Geography and related disciplines. The concern is that much research today remains affirmational – still grasping and instrumentalising being and relation – and that, whilst no doubt modified in such developments as the relational and ontological turns, this nevertheless continu...
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Im folgenden stellen wir eine Abstract unserer Dissertationsprojekte vor, die auf der Neuen Kulturgeographie 2023 in Halle (Saale) präsentiert wurden. Smart-Village-Projekte wurden aus der Perspektive eines Rechts auf Stadt diskutiert, wobei ländliche Raumplanung, Infrastrukturen und Plattformen im Hinblick auf disruptive Technologien und demokrati...
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As a historical product of every cultural geography, language is an integral part of every landscape. Linguistic signs, one of the most important manifestations of the city landscape, help the audience easily communicate with the city by reading the concepts directly. Therefore, Persian-language signs are considered one of the identity elements of...
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The Mediterranean is a whole world in miniature. This true cliché, hardly applicable in any other region on earth, is substantiated by a unique combination of geomorphological characteristics, historical trajectories, and artistic accomplishments, as well as philosophical, political, and scientific breakthroughs among others. A rich variety in the...
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This article emanates from a geospatial database of over 600 premieres of the Cines company’s Quo Vadis? (1913), an eight-reel film distributed by George Kleine, and nearly 250 premieres of the Quo Vadis Film Company’s Quo Vadis? (1913), a three-reel film of ambiguous origins distributed by Paul De Outo. By mapping local premieres of both films acr...
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Este texto cuestiona dos tesis tradicionales sobre la pintura de paisaje de la Escuela de la Sabana; la primera sostiene que esta escuela constituyó la entrada a la modernidad pictórica en Colombia, y la segunda que intentó la representación de un paisaje natural. En cambio, se propone que esta pintura operó como la naturalización de un paisaje est...
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A Geografia é uma ciência que tem estreita relação com o estudo da cultura. Desde as correntes do pensamento geográfico até seus conceitos mais contemporâneos. Em um viés particularmente analisado pelo olhar da Geografia Humana e Social, a Cultura, o resgate cultural, o desenvolvimento social, cultural e habitacional de uma comunidade se veem pelos...
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Kültürlerin varolduğu höyük yerleşmeleri, birçok medeniyetin ortaya çıktığı coğrafi görünümler olarak, kültür coğrafyasının odak noktasını oluşturmaktadır. Höyükler, ülkemiz için sahip olduğu değerle birlikte evrensel anlamda da ortak miras niteliğinde olup Anadolu'nun kültürel coğrafi görünümünün zenginliğini ortaya koymaktadır. Araştırılmayı bekl...
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The aim of the article was to present the issue of ethnic minorities in Poland in the context of teaching Polish language and culture as foreign ones. The text describes the most im-portant aspects related to such communities in Poland and reflects on the title issues during classes for foreigners who learn Polish. The work also contains theoretica...
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Maithili language made the social and economic exchange between people of Maithili communities and cultures. Abstract: Maithili has a status of associate language, but in fact, it has become the most important language of India and gets the national status in eighth schedule. The most commonly spoken language in Mithila region of Bihar state as wel...
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Her devletin milli gücünü meydana getiren bir takım karakteristik unsurlar vardır. Bunlar kısaca nüfus, milli kültür, coğrafya, doğal kaynaklar, ekonomik güç, askeri güç ve diplomatik güç olarak sıralanmaktadır. Bu unsurlardan ekonomik ve askeri güç detaylı olarak ele alınıp incelenmiştir. Çalışmanın özü Federal Almanya Cumhuriyeti’nin ekonomik güc...
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The tour guide is a cultural ambassador who conveys his knowledge to local and foreign guests on many subjects such as the history, culture, geography, architecture and gastronomy of the destination visited. At the same time, the guide plays a key role in eliminating the language barrier between the visitor and the destination by providing informat...
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The purpose of this article is to reflect on the phenomenon of travel to the places in Venice associated with the Russian poet Iosif Brodsky and the way in which the Fondamenta degli Icurabili, a place of imagination that is the title of the Russian and Italian-language translation of the essay Watermark, functions in space and consciousness of tra...
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The book covers varied perspectives among Geographers especially in Nigeria where both the physical and Human geographies vary from North to South. It cut across many themes and sub-themes from historical aspects of the discipline to contemporary issues that touches cultural landscape. Over twenty five scholars nation wide contributed scholarly cha...
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Face à crise socioambiental contemporânea, as ciências humanas têm buscado outras formas de compreender a realidade que superam as dicotomias do pensamento cartesiano. Uma das alternativas é a reabilitação do animismo como potencial de descentramento do antropocentrismo, de forma a valorizar formas de consciência não-humana. Nesse sentido, o presen...
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The study focuses on the issue of renaming streets as part of the process of “coming to terms with the communist past” after 1989. It examines how renaming of public spaces has become a media topic and explores it through the example of persistent socialist toponymy in Ostrava. Taking the perspective of critical toponymy and using the cultural geog...
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The meaning, concept, and uses of the notion of culture vary in the world's different languages; however, everyone agrees that culture allows people to reflect on themselves in dialogue with others and understands human interconnectedness. The culture makes us human, rational beings endowed with critical judgment and a sense of moral and civil comm...
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El medio natural y la evolución histórica, junto a diferentes culturas y religiones, han modelado unos conjuntos urbanos únicos y muy diversos en África. Aunque dicho continente continúa siendo el menos urbanizado del mundo, sus ciudades están sometidas a procesos de macrocefalia y se ven impulsadas por un acelerado ritmo de crecimiento. El análisi...
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El artículo analiza la relación entre raza y lengua desde un ángulo político y jurídico con el objetivo de deconstruir los supuestos de dicha relación y promover un cambio de paradigma en cuanto a la ontología de los derechos lingüísticos. Desde el punto de vista político, identificamos dos perspectivas: una macro, que se enfoca en el proceso de do...
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A Criminologia Cultural está preocupada com a convergência dos processos culturais, criminais e de controle do crime; como tal, situa a criminalidade e seu controle no contexto da dinâmica cultural e da produção contestada de significado. Ela procura entender as realidades cotidianas de um mundo profundamente desigual e injusto, e destacar as manei...
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Being used as a major methodological approach in the contemporary regional geography and development geography, typological classifications can be perceived as a useful tool for developing in-depth comparative analyses, measuring differences on a complex base, and providing valuable inputs for some other branches of geography (such as political, so...
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Recent work in several fields of psychology has advanced understanding of how humans imaginatively construct, simulate and (pre-)feel the future. These advances have not yet been substantively engaged in social and cultural geography. In this paper, we identify, review and begin to draw together scholarship in human geography and several subfields...
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The rise in the 1970s of Cultural Geography saw the emergence of important contributions such as the geography of color, the geography of music (Claire Guiu), the geography of cinema and the geography of literature (Michel Collot). This article is to some extent in line with two of these currents which are at the crossroads of knowledge from music...
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Os estudos culturais surgem na geografia do mundo ocidental em um contexto de sistematização e estruturação desta ciência enquanto disciplina acadêmica. De acordo com os antigos e novos paradigmas criados, o caminho da geografia cultural passa por diversas transformações no decorrer de sua história. A partir de uma pesquisa bibliográfica, o present...
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Beginning with the discipline of geography and its intersections with the humanities, Boyd explores how art has made its way across the academy to the social sciences and health and into science itself. Maintaining a focus on how art has become a vehicle for knowledge translation and exchange, the chapter builds a case for art as geography, especia...
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This paper seeks to demonstrate the critical utility of the concept of the absurd in the exploration of the combined and uneven apocalypse known as the Anthropocene. Drawing inspiration from absurdist literature, and based on extensive field research, it takes the form of a psychogeographical journey down a non-existent highway in the Peruvian Amaz...
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Illegal drug production and trafficking has been of very little interest to geographers in spite of the existence of highly geographical issues and of the worldwide distribution of drug plants. Drugs have been largely left out of geography internationally and even more so in France where a geopolitical approach has nevertheless been more successful...
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Este artigo propõe uma reflexão crítica acerca de possíveis diálogos geo-literários a partir do romance As aparições de Dr. Salu e Outras histórias (1981), de Guido Guerra. Trata-se de um trabalho transdisciplinar que visa potencializar o ensino/aprendizagem da Geografia em Santaluz – município que faz parte do Território do Sisal, no sertão da Bah...
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The abandonment of earthen architecture in Mexico, exemplified with the traditional adobe house, the most representative typology in the country, is an overwhelming phenomenon which we are trying to turn back due to the sustainable potential of these dwellings and their important cultural legacy. On the other hand, the seismic vulnerability of thes...
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Ethnographic study is the most important research method applied in Cultural Geography. Field work and approaches to analysis are the central theme focusing on various methods like interview, recording (audio & video), drawing, perception study, photography etc. The expansion of internet and social media has increased the scope of ethnographic stud...
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From the perspective of cultural geography, this paper analyzes the geo cultural rhetoric of female sports star Gu Ailing in the process of self constructing the image of "local people" during the Beijing Winter Olympic Games, and points out that the foundation and focus of shaping the localized media image are all around the creation of "local sen...
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This essay aims to investigate the function of urban space in Toni Morrison’s The Bluest Eye through the approach proposed by cultural geographers, such as Edward Soja, David Harvey, and Don Mitchell, who link space with questions of justice/injustice. At the same time, the essay considers some valuable insights of Black Geographies scholars like G...
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The Implications of a Surrealist Geography: Transnational Aspects in the Exhibition Surrealism Beyond Borders Keywords: collective experience, exhibition, scale, surrealism, transnational Surrealism built on unexpected encounters since its early years. The exhibition entitled Surrealism Beyond Borders (MoMA, Tate Modern, 2021‒2022) places these enc...
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This study highlights the importance of using oral history and memory in geographic research. These methodologies provide the opportunity to fully report the experiences lived by the interviewees. Essentially qualitative, with theoretical foundations of Cultural Geography, Human Geography and phenomenological interpretation methods, the research is...
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This article explores the reorientation of Lithuania's energy system away from Russia and efforts at integrating into the European Union's energy market. Utilizing an energy culture perspective, which draws on geographic concepts of cultural geopolitics and cultural geography, issues of power and dominance and valorization of energy relations provi...
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This article explores the reorientation of Lithuania's energy system away from Russia and efforts at integrating into the European Union's energy market. Utilizing an energy culture perspective, which draws on geographic concepts of cultural geopolitics and cultural geography, issues of power and dominance and valorization of energy relations provi...
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