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by Henk van Houtum,Olivier Kramsch

eBook B/ordering Space (Border Regions Series) ePub
Author: Henk van Houtum,Olivier Kramsch
Language: English
ISBN: 0754637638
ISBN13: 978-0754637639
Publisher: Routledge (January 28, 2005)
Pages: 264
Category: Earth Sciences
Subcategory: Science
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Часто встречающиеся слова и выражения. Dr Henk van Houtum, is Assistant Professor in the Department of Geography at the University of Nijmegen, The Netherlands. Dr Olivier Kramsch is Assistant Professor in the Department of Geography at the University of Nijmegen, The Netherlands.

Throughout the world they have shifted, been constructed and dismantled, and become physical barriers between socio-political ideologies. Published by. Ashgate Publishing Limited Gower House. They may separate societies with very different cultures, histories, national identities or economic power, or divide people of the same ethnic or cultural identity. Learn mor. ubject Categories.

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In the wake of globalization, numerous social scientists are turning to concepts of mobility, fluidity and hybridity to characterize a presumed de-territorialization and de-bordering of contemporary social and economic relations. This book brings together a select group of internationally renowned human geographers to explore the use of these concepts in relation to space, place and territory. In doing so, they (re)situate the subject of borders as active socio-spatial processes from a variety of theoretical perspectives. The contributors link debates on borders to discussions within the wider sphere of cultural studies, notably those addressing themes of migration, post-colonialism, the formation of national/regional identities and radical democratic practice. The chapters focus on those discursive practices that constitute 'bordered' geographical entities in the first instance through differentiated regimes of discourse. The book thus transcends the narrower field of borderlands research by building bridges to other domains of enquiry within political and human geography.
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