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The SAGE handbook of geographical knowledge /

edited by John A. Agnew and David N. Livingstone.
Contributors: Agnew, John A., editor.
Summary:Broad in scope and edited by two massive names in geography, this is a critical exploration of how the field has emerged and fared over the course of its modern institutionalization.
Format: BOOK
Published / Created: Los Angeles : SAGE, [2011]
Notes:Includes bibliographical references and index.

Physical description: xvi, 636 pages ; 26 cm

ISBN:9781412910811 (hardback)
1412910811 (hardback)
Table of Contents:
Geography's genealogies / Robert J. Mayhew
Geography's narratives and intellectual history / Charles W. J. Withers
The field / Keith Richards
Museums / Simon Naylor, Jude Hill
Laboratory/observatory / Scott Kirsch
Archive / Miles Ogborn
Botanical gardens and zoos / Nuala C. Johnson
Learned societies / Michael Heffernan
Geography information systems laboratory / Michael F. Goodchild
Art studio / Stephen Daniels
The weather station and the meteorological office / Keith Richards
Centre of circulation / Heike Jons
Remote sensing / Yongwei Sheng
Spaces of hegemony? Circuits of value, finance capital and places of financial knowledge / Roger Lee
The mission / Georgina Endfield
Battlefield / Gerard Toal/Gearóid Ó Tuathail
Making mathematical models perform in geographical space(s) / Stuart N. Lane
Subaltern space / Daniel Clayton
Public sphere / Mustafa Dikec
The role of geography and geographers in policy and government departments / Tim Unwin
Nature and society / Noel Castree
Landscape / John Wylie
Space and place / John Agnew
Time / Mike Crang
Region and regionalism / J. Nicholas Entrikin
Map / Anne Godlewska, Jason Grek Martin
Environmental determinism / David N. Livingstone
Spatial analysis / Trevor J. Barnes
Dynamics and complexity / Christopher J. Keylock
Social class / Eric Sheppard, James Glassman
Race/ethnicity / Caroline Bressey
Gender / Joanne Sharp
The idea of evolution in geographical thought / Neil Roberts
Ecosystem / George P. Malanson
Landform / Nick Spedding
The cycle of erosion: changing times, changing science / Antony R. Orme
Glaciation and ice ages / Bryan Mark
Rivers and drainage basins / Nick Clifford
Environmental change / Andrew Goudie
Global climate change / Glen M. MacDonald
The city / Phil Hubbard
Urban-rural / Paul Cloke
Mobility / Tim Cresswell
Conservation and environmental concern / Michael Williams
Development / Robert B. Potter, Dennis Conway
Geopolitics / Gerry Kearns.