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Celem artykułu jest opis geografii emocjonalnej – nurtu badawczego, lokującego się na pograniczu human geography i współczesnych studiów nad afektem, który koncentruje się na zależnościach między emocjami i szeroko rozumianym kontekstem środowiskowym, społeczno-kulturowym, przestrzennym, gospodarczym i politycznym. W tym celu autorka odwołuje się d...
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The aim of the article is to describe emotional geography, i.e. a research trend located on the borderline between human geography and contemporary affect studies, which focuses on the relationship between emotions and the broadly understood environmental, socio-cultural, spatial, economic, and political context. For this purpose, the author refers...
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For decades, biogeographers have sought a better understanding of how organisms are distributed among islands. However, the island biogeography of humans remains largely unknown. Here, we investigate how human population size varies among 486 islands at two spatial scales. At a global scale, we tested whether population size increases with island a...
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In this paper, we critically analyze the response to the COVID-19 pandemic, highlighting not only the breadth of knowledge geographers have already contributed to this assessment, but also the surprisingly limited critique within geography, social sciences and the broadly defined “Academic Left” of the authoritarian dimension of the public health p...
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This paper sought to gain insight into the implementation of the new Competence-Based Advanced Level Human Geography framework during COVID-19 era. The methodological lens comprised of the interpretivist paradigm and qualitative approach guided the data sourcing and analysis. The sample was made up of thirty Advanced Level Geography students and si...
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Geographic analysis in rural areas has been dominated in recent decades by socio-economic and socio-political perspectives. The new materialism can constitute a way of progress in rural geographical studies that involve the material and the human in the form of hybrid experiences. Materiality can be expressed in three ways: (1) the surface matter t...
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The contemporary world is uneven not only in terms of the quality of life and economic development, but also in cultural issues that define awareness of global development processes. Geographies of energy co-create various energy paradigms and territorial development scenarios. This paper has two general aims. First, we want to identify the main fi...
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Academic and institutional debates of greater international projection on geographic knowledge produced about tropical regions have privileged the discourses and practices of the Anglophone and Francophone worlds while silencing the contributions of other semi-peripheral epistemic communities that also stand out for their scientific activity in the...
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shafagate 3 , 1Ma.in humane geography Islamic Azad university shahre rey brounch 2 Ma.in humane geography Islamic Azad university shahre rey brounch 3Invited lecture in payam noor university Taleghan brounch. Abstract The concept of zone in urban planning and design has special situation because by identifying it, one can promote the feeling of bel...
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Human actions are ambivalent in nature and this in turn has an impact on all components of socio-ecological systems. Their ambivalence results from the fact that human actions have both positive and negative outcomes and properties, which occur and manifest concurrently in the ontological realm of human existence. In terms of space–time, both micro...
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This book probes into the beedi industry, a highly gendered and class-divided unorganised sector in India. It introduces an analysis of the lives, health status, and work of the Indian women and girl children in the industry and discusses the role of gender constructions, global capitalism, and global racism in shaping the ideologies and conception...
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This comparative study uses three case studies (Roman Boğazköy, Antioch on the Orontes, and Maputo) to examine how the critical water supply has been regulated in the political context of weak statehood at different times in human history (antiquity and modern era) and different special contexts. For valid results, we approach the question from thr...
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Los profesores e investigadores Rainer Rubira-García, Flávia Gomes-Franco e Silva y Carmen Caffarel-Serra editan el libro colectivo Experiencias globales de la investigación y la innovación docente sobre comunicación en tiempos de crisis como parte de una larga carrera académica que ha reivindicado el enfoque de la interdisciplinariedad para entend...
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Unlabelled: This paper aims to unpack the relational dimension of place and placemaking by analysing how creative actions underpin relational values towards socio-spatial restoration in the sacrifice zone affecting the communities of Quintero and Puchuncaví (QPSZ) in Chile. Sacrifice zones are places permanently subject to environmental damage and...
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Resumo: O Laboratório de Gestão do Território (LAGET) desempenhou um papel pionei-ro na consolidação do Programa de Pós-Graduação em Geografia da UFRJ. O presente texto pretende resgatar a trajetória do laboratório desde a sua criação em 1987 como espaço coletivo de reflexão em geografia humana com forte orientação para a aplica-bilidade na busca d...
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Este artigo tem por objetivo analisar o conceito de território em sua aplicação como categoria de análise da formação dos espaços coloniais da América portuguesa, mais precisamente nas Capitanias do Norte do Estado do Brasil. A análise será realizada, sobretudo, a partir da discussão do aporte teórico apresentado pelo professor Dr. Stuart Elden, no...
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The main goal of the article is to present a consistent system theory which is suitable as a basis for the modelling of geographical system competence. An analysis of the system understanding in physical and human geography brings distinct differences to the forefront. The efforts of the scientific discipline specialisations to overcome these diffe...
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Challenges of deploying wind farms on land are often associated with the notion of local acceptance. For developers, however, the socio-material practicalities of identifying appropriate sites and gaining access to land for building large wind farms has become an increasingly challenging endeavour. This paper illustrates how the commodification of...
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Behavioral responses to environmental risks create gains and losses. We use high-frequency datasets to elucidate such behavior responses against air pollution and find a “double-peaked” time pattern in reducing outdoor exposure and in increasing electricity consumption. Despite that one standard deviation increase in the Air Quality Index induces 2...
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Social science is defined as the science of people or collections of people. It focuses on groups, firms, societies, or economies, and their individual or collective behaviors (Bhattacherjee, 2012). Social sciences considered as studies of anthropology, archaeology, criminology, economics, education, linguistics, law, communication studies, history...
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The conquest of the Canary Islands by Europeans began at the beginning of the 15th century and culminated in 1496 with the surrender of the aborigines. The collapse of the aboriginal population during the conquest and the arrival of settlers caused a drastic change in the demographic composition of the archipelago. To shed light on this historical...
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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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This article traces the history of the medieval oasis city of Sijilmassa, southeastern Morocco, and that of its modern, continuation city of metropolitan Rissani in the Tafilalt region. Elements of mobility and transition are discussed in light of the prominent historical role of the urban settlement in Tafilalt in long-distance trans-Saharan trade...
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Due to the increasing volume of waste and the increasingly complex administration of its collection and disposal, solid waste management is quickly becoming a demanding issue for municipalities all over the world. Benchmarking the effectiveness of municipal solid waste management is critical for assessing municipalities’ resource management perform...
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With this contribution (which is designed as a positioning), the author pleads for a more consistent consideration of structural influences in the discussion of mortality in (textbook) population geography, and for a critical discussion of these influences. He refers to various conceptions that already have fixed places in human geography – but not...
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While a broad debate on carceral geographies has been part of human geography and related disciplines in English-speaking academia, there are only scarce publications among German-speaking geographers. This special issue aims at bringing different researchers (Tobias Breuckmann, Julia Emprechtinger, Sarah Klosterkamp, Nadine Marquardt, Marco Nocent...
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Over the last decade in response to the Universities Australia National Best Practice Framework for Indigenous Cultural Competency (2011), Australian Higher Education curricula have become increasingly permeable to First Nations ways of knowing being and doing. Online Campus Floras ("Turning campus grounds into botanical learning and teaching space...
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The 2002 ‘glonacal’ paper described higher education as a multi-scalar sector where individual and institutional agents have open possibilities and causation flows from any of the interacting local, national and global scales. None have permanent primacy: global activity is growing; the nation-state is crucial in policy, regulation and funding; and...
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We present a case study of the Thematic Cartography and Image of the City of Ponta Grossa, in which maps were analyzed as tourist maps. We sought to perform a qualitative analysis of the communicational efficiency of seven selected maps from the collection of the Municipal Secretariat of Tourism, created and advertised by the municipality and partn...
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Urbanization processes, development of cities and formation of urban agglomerations as the highest form of territorial organization of society are becoming extremely important in the era of globalization. These processes are essential for developed countries and have strategic importance for developing countries, particularly Ukraine. The process o...
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This study contributes to the field of the human geography by conducting a content analysis of a vast number of Soviet movies with focusing on development and spatial organization of living spaces in Riga. In this article, the author sheds light on the construction of meaning of space and cultural politics, where relation of dominance is defined an...
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In this paper, the phenomenon of suburbanization in Ukraine is considered for the first time on the example of cottage settlements of the capital region. The issue of cottage settlements has not been studied specifically in Ukrainian human geography. A review of the achievements of foreign colleagues has revealed that they are mainly being studied...
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Many humans live in large, complex political centers, composed of multi-scalar communities including neighborhoods and districts. Both today and in the past, neighborhoods form a fundamental part of cities and are defined by their spatial, architectural, and material elements. Neighborhoods existed in ancient centers of various scales, and multiple...
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Extreme dry events already disrupt populations’ ability to migrate. In a warming climate, compound drought events could amplify vulnerability and drive forced migration. Here, we contribute the first multi-method research design on societal impacts from compound drought events. We show how mobility patterns are shaped by the intersection of drought...
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The rampant COVID-19 pandemic swept the globe rapidly in 2020, causing a tremendous impact on human health and the global economy. This pandemic has stimulated an explosive increase of related studies in various disciplines, including geography, which has contributed to pandemic mitigation with a unique spatiotemporal perspective. Reviewing relevan...
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Nearly a quarter of Canada’s landmass is covered by mountainous terrain, making mountains an important aspect of the physical and human geography of the country. Mountain areas in Canada have motivated a great deal of research activity, yet the state of mountain research in the country has never been systematically characterized, precluding a detai...
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With roughly half of the global population living in cities and an expected rise up to 85 % by 2050, urban environments are central to public health. Yet, they are often perceived as health risk factors due to e.g., noise, pollution, crowding, and anonymity. Indeed, mental disorders show higher incidence in urban contexts compared to rural areas, g...
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Aedes-transmitted arboviruses have spread globally due to the spread of Aedes aegypti and Aedes albopictus. Its distribution is associated with human and physical geography. However, these factors have not been quantified in Cameroon. Therefore, the aim was to develop an Ae. albopictus geo-referenced database to examine the risk factors associated...
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We question the relative absence of babies and toddlers in geographies of children and youth, while also acknowledging what may be signs of a new subfield in the making. We argue that there is an exciting opportunity here because babies and toddlers are at the crux of what it is to be human, raising potent questions about exactly ‘what kinds of hum...
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Compelling and engaging, this Handbook on Shrinking Cities addresses the fundamentals of shrinkage, exploring its causal factors, the ways in which planning strategies and policies are steered, and innovative solutions for revitalising shrinking cities. It analyses the multidimensional phenomena involved in processes of shrinkage, where cities expe...
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Why has the Bangladesh–India borderland become a highly securitized and motion- unfriendly borderscape in South Asia? In an attempt to answer the question, this study delves into the changing nature of the geopolitical governmentality and states’ perspectives on border governance in the Bangladesh–India borderland. Based on secondary data, this pap...
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A long-standing expectation is that large, dense, and cosmopolitan areas will support diverse interactions and socioeconomic mixing. It has been difficult to assess this hypothesis because past approaches to measuring socioeconomic mixing have relied on static residential housing data rather than real-life interactions among people meeting at work,...
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Apesar de ser um destino de férias icónico, motivando anualmente milhões de visitas, o Algarve está longe de ser um território muito representado na literatura. Ainda assim, escritores locais como João Lúcio, Emiliano da Costa, Manuel Teixeira Gomes, Cân dido Guerreiro ou Lídia Jorge, e escritores de fora do Algarve, como Raul Brandão, Miguel Torga...
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In recent years, a lot of work has been done in the protection and utilization of intangible cultural heritage in South China, while there are dilemmas such as the variation of inheritance content, the extinction of heritage, and the absence of inheritors, it is urgent to strengthen the protection of intangible cultural heritage with realistic reas...
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Heritage orthodoxy has long experienced difficulties in comprehending the complexity of the multifarious factors that coalesce and interact in the dynamics of inhabited historic cities. This, as the critical past-present resource for distinguishing the specific set of natural, manmade and human characteristics and qualities that determine the inher...
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This paper represents a short ethnographic encounter with the site of the COP26 Climate Conference in Glasgow in 2021. It communicates an experiential picturing of the site as it was assembled and disassembled, as this was recorded in notes, conversations, via phone footage and in a short talk afterwards with human geography colleagues at the Unive...
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Compelling and engaging, this Handbook on Shrinking Cities addresses the fundamentals of shrinkage, exploring its causal factors, the ways in which planning strategies and policies are steered, and innovative solutions for revitalising shrinking cities. It analyses the multidimensional phenomena involved in processes of shrinkage, where cities expe...
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Las grandes oportunidades que se derivan de hechos históricos que atentaron contra las poblaciones urbano rurales en zonas de posconflicto en los años de 1975 a 1990, en especial, en la subzona del occidente del departamento de Boyacá, propone políticas públicas locales, que hagan interdisciplinariedad entre la economía y su cosmovisión social de d...
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Quantitative identification of the location of cultural and creative industries has always been an important issue in the study of micro-locations in human geography. However, most of the previous studies on the location of cultural and creative industries focused on the macro description of the existing cultural and creative industry and lacked qu...
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In recent decades, cities have been changing profoundly, in terms of infrastructures, social dynamics, and even their own identities, and the process of change is continuous - hence the concept of "urban identities in the making". Leveraging on interdisciplinary approaches and methods, ranging from design to human geography, our study aimed at gras...
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En este capítulo se revisa la teoría simmeliana y weberiana y se avanza hacia perspectivas contemporáneas que posibilitan establecer diálogos con teorías sociológicas y filosóficas clásicas para revisar la manera en que podrían contribuir al estudio de la ciudad desde un enfoque no materialista (en su sentido funcionalista), sino sociosimbólico (in...
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What are the motives for private businesses investment in city-branding.? A positive city image may attract new businesses while a contested image may limit the opportunities, also for existing businesses. Our data originates from the Danish city of Horsens. Horsens has over a 20-year period changed image from being nationally known as a prison cit...
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1- artigo "Cartografia de uma voz do sul" (p. 244)propõe uma Metodologia inovadora para investigar/cartografar a vida (como um espaço vivido) de uma Professora, Educadora, Doutora em Educação, UFF, Mulher, Quilombola Olindina Serafim, do município de São Mateus, ES. A totalidade deste trabalho é a Monografia apresentada para Clacso, quando do termi...
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In this presentation I investigate the relations between sciences and walking from the angle of human geography. A case study in the French Alps illustrates my findings. My study shall contribute to enlarge the scientific community in order to find much needed responses to current global climatic and ecological changes and their detrimental effects...
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Museums are important centres of heritage, culture, education, and tourism. These diverse institutions operate in different ways, reaching different audiences and managing varied collections. Thanks to a novel database of unprecedented completeness produced by the project, this study provides a quantitative geography of museums in the UK, showing h...
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Queerness and transidentity have had a durable relationship with cyberpunk aesthetics, reflected in both cultural works and academic reflections. There is an evident attraction in worlds where technological prowess allows one to evolve beyond one’s corporeal body, or to change it at will. The noir explorations of themes such as discrimination and s...
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الخرائط الذهنية MIND MAPS ا.د سعيد غني الدراجي PROF.DR.SAEEDALDRAJJE Summary Mind maps are a product of the field of behavioral geography, and mind maps are one of the first studies in which geographical environments are intertwined with human action. The most prominent contribution and study of mind maps in the writings of Kevin Lynch. In his boo...
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Interdisciplinary narrative studies are of great importance in several disciplines, especially in the humanities and social sciences. Cultural tourism and its sub-disciplines, including the complex issue of ‘literary tourism’, is an interdisciplinary field of investigation, positioned in between geography and urban–rural studies. In Iran, this form...
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On the Panamanian Caribbean coast and the Bocas del Toro Archipelago, foreign direct investment via residential tourism development drives land displacement. As land insecurities grow, particularly for local Indigenous and Afro-Panamanian peoples, ongoing dispossession is not simply about land, but rather simultaneously about land, people and their...
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Posición 7, pp. 1-14. La Geografía se origina como ciencia cuantitativa y actualmente la cuantificación la lleva a su máximo desarrollo disciplinar y reconocimiento mundial. Considerando esta línea conceptual el presente artículo resalta cuatro hitos centrales en los que la cuantificación apoyó esta sostenida evolución: la inicial representación ge...
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https://www.routledge.com/Political-Geography-of-Cities-and-Regions-Changing-Legitimacy-and-Identity/Terlouw/p/book/9780367678159# This monograph presents a novel typology of relational and territorial perspectives on legitimacy and identity. This typology is then applied to two different political and historical contexts, namely the trajectories...
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This book is suitable for research in social science subjects such as Management and psychology; humanities subjects such as history and human geography; education, nursing and related fields. It guides the researcher through each stage of the research process and covers issues such as: Generating ideas and justifying the topic, collecting and anal...
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Resumo: Este artigo explora diversas facetas discursivo-identitárias relativas à Maria Clara em Pedaços da fome (1963), de Carolina Maria de Jesus. Trata-se de um trabalho em Análise Crítica do Discurso, a partir de um olhar interseccional que compreende nuances de classe, de gênero e de raça. As discussões empreendidas apontam contrastes revelador...
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Natural scientists are increasingly being encouraged to engage with local and Indigenous communities when carrying out research. However, these attempts at collaboration can repeatedly bring up challenges that have their root in how the different stakeholders relate to one another throughout the research process. This essay explores the experiences...
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Las grandes oportunidades que se derivan de hechos históricos que atentaron contra las poblaciones urbano rurales en zonas de posconficto en los años de 1975 a 1990, en especial en la subzona del occidente del departamento de Boyacá, permiten proponer políticas públicas locales que hagan interdisciplinariedad entre la economía y su cosmovisión soci...
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Introduction/Rationale: There are a variety of terms that have described occupational therapy practice in non-urban urban spaces, however, the terms used are often indeterminate and vague, and vary according to language and study aims and methodologies. Objectives: We present an alternative to overcome the challenge to describing the global contex...
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Throughout the world, the entanglement of humans and landscapes varies from area to area depending on the time scale. In southern Africa, the impact of humanity on the physical environment is largely discussed in the context of modern rural and urban societies, and, usually, most contributions come from human geography, agriculture, and earth scien...
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The advent of the information era has resulted in exceptional advances in geographic science. The domain of geographic science has expanded from traditional physical and human geography to physical, human, and information geography, resulting in the emergence of the field of information geography. Three subdisciplines have gradually formed, i.e., g...
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Whether the Hu line will move into west China is a serious issue that has implications for socioeconomic development, human geography and the environment. Based on the data related to four different levels of radiative forcing detailed in CMIP6, in this study, we analyzed the trends in precipitation and NPP (net primary productivity) on both sides...
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O artigo em tela apresenta uma narrativa que contextualiza e articula a vida e a obra do filósofo e sociólogo francês Henri Lefebvre (1901-1991). Mesmo calcado em apontamentos breves e pontuais, acreditamos que um texto dessa natureza cumpre parte da função – um tanto negligenciada pelos acadêmicos brasileiros – de esclarecer as circunstâncias em q...
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In the 1970s, in Mexico and the world, countersexualities came out into the public space to claim their non-heteronormative sexuality and demand their rights. Now, that cohort of countersexual youth who came out of the closet has aged and with it their visibility in LGBTIQ+ spaces; this group does not have the same imprint as the new generations. T...
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Neighborhood and community effects studies have informed urban policies in the West since three decades. Since about ten years, this research line is seen increasingly in East and Southeast Asia as well. As an emerging field, the literature has yet to be critically reviewed and its body of literature provides a unique opportunity to study the effec...
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This article aims to demonstrate that the use of social cartography, along with theatrical techniques in investigations with children, allows a wider understanding of the representations within the territory and the daily experiences that take place in it. The concepts of the geography of childhood, social representations and territory are theoreti...
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Background: Contemporary economic systems are characterised by the increasing volumes and flow of goods. This attribute highlights the importance of logistics wherein one of the key focus areas pertains to the movement and storage of freight at different geographical scales. Objective: In the light of the importance of theory in research as well a...
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The social spatial geographies of telecommunications and their infrastructures have long interested scholars in the social sciences, and in urban geography specifically. This paper focuses on data centers. Much effort has been placed in preserving the notion that data centers are ‘clouds’, a terminology that obfuscates the real human geographies of...
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Sparsely Populated Areas are perceived as regions with the least human impact but the greatest potential for change. For some decades, the human geography of sparsely populated areas has attracted studies seeking to explain and differentiate their economic and demographic polarization in comparison to respective national averages. Evaluation of the...
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A large body of research across science and humanities has come to deal with diversity, which, as a scientific concept, has proved immensely relevant in helping researchers understand anything from ecosystems and natural habitats to cities and culture. Here, we develop a first method to quantify and map urban diversity. Our article begins with a co...
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El posibilismo aparece en Geografía Humana subrayando que el ser humano es un agente activo y no pasivo en el modelado de la superficie terrestre. De esta manera, el posibilismo se hubo opuesto con rigor al predominio excesivo del determinismo geográfico. Para el posibilismo, en el medio natural hay un conjunto de posibilidades, cuyo desarrollo va...
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El posibilismo aparece en Geografía Humana subrayando que el ser humano es un agente activo y no pasivo en el modelado de la superficie terrestre. De esta manera, el posibilismo se hubo opuesto con rigor al predominio excesivo del determinismo geográfico. Para el posibilismo, en el medio natural hay un conjunto de posibilidades, cuyo desarrollo va...
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A intenção desse texto é discutir algumas características dos Estados Novos implantados em Portugal e no Brasil no primeiro terço do século XX. Essa discussão é parte de minha pesquisa de Pós-Doutorado em Geografia Humana realizada na Universidade de São Paulo e supervisionada pelos Prof. Dr. Manoel Fernandes de Sousa Neto e Prof. Dr. João Carlos G...
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Recent work in children’s geographies and geographies of education has presented the argument that when conceptualising the various roles that adults occupy in children’s lives, it is equally important to conceptualise adultism. In this paper we argue that this existing work critiques adultism’s logics but does not adequately conceptualise adultism...
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Geographical themes and topics are some of the factors that influence the way geography is perceived by students. Geographical content can be key to geography’s appeal as a discipline and to improving its image to students and society. The aim of this systematic review is to identify geographical themes and topics that are attractive to students as...
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The notion of the imperial mode of living (IML) has been widely taken up in both academic, activist and sociopolitical contexts. More recently, scholars have begun to explore the concept not only theoretically, but also empirically, dealing with how the IML works in practice. We see great potential for human geography to ground the IML. To do so, i...
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The research explores a multimodal platform and curriculum, Chef Koochooloo, that merges cooking instruction with the science, technology, engineering, arts, and mathematics (STEAM) approach to education. This curriculum and application uses narrative content emphasizing cuisines, cultures, and food from many countries, aiming to develop healthy co...
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In China, sports parks, and green spaces are often spatially integrated to realize the multiple functions of shared green spaces and play an important role in the production and living services of its residents. In this article, it is collectively referred to as green sport space (GSS). Whether the distribution of GSS is equal has an important impa...
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Community initiatives are often charged with scaling-up: growing, deepening their impacts, and seeding off new projects. The desire to scale-up comes from both within the community initiatives themselves, and is also encouraged by all levels of policy, from local government, to national and international frameworks such as the IPCC. This paper adds...
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The article proposes an analysis of the asymmetry between the speeches of the territorial planning materialized in the plan of territorial planning, that tend for the common good in public policy, manifested through concepts enunciated in these plans, as; balance, territorial equity, and social justice, facing a reality where the city evolves at th...
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Post-1990, with the establishment of faculties or departments with a geographical profile, against the background of the development of new specializations, there was a tendency to place higher emphasis on the fields of Human Geography – Population Geography, Urban and Rural Geography, Geography of Industry, Agricultural Geography, Geography of Ser...
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This paper explores placemaking as an interdisciplinary concept between the field of digital humanities and human geography. Literary placemaking techniques are used in a critical analysis to unpack methods of meaning making and uncover paths for future development of literary interfaces.