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A Dictionary of Human Geography
A Dictionary of Human Geography is a brand new addition to Oxford's Paperback Reference Series, offering over 2,000 clear and concise entries on human geography terms. From basic terms and conceptsExpand
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Observations on transnational urbanism: Broadening and narrowing the field
The papers collected in this special issue of JEMS are part of a ‘second wave’ of transnational research, which can be interpreted in terms of a broadening and*/at the same time*/a narrowing of theExpand
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The urban context : ethnicity, social networks and situational analysis
Contents: A. Rogers and S. Vertovec, Introduction - C. Pickvance, Comparative Analysis, Causality and Case Studies in Urban Studies - B. Kapferer, The Performance of Categories: Plays of Identity inExpand
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Ternary Phase Diagram of b-Sitosterol-c-Oryzanol-Canola Oil
b-Sitosterol and c-oryzanol have been shown to form unique structures in canola oil that have the potential to act as saturated and trans fat replacers (1-7). The ternary phase, reported herein,Expand
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Questioning geography : fundamental debates
List of Contributors. List of Figures. List of Tables. Acknowledgements. Introduction: Questioning Geography. (Douglas Sherman, Alisdair Rogers and Noel Castree). Part I: The 'Nature' of Geography.Expand
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The Boundaries of Reason: The World, the Homeland, and Edward Said
The revival of social and cultural geography has tended to prefer the local and the metropolitan scale, and a number of obstacles lie between it and a recovery of the globe as a field of inquiry. InExpand
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Behaviour change potential for energy saving in non-domestic buildings: Development and pilot-testing of a benchmarking tool
Due to recent studies and government policies, designers and facilities managers are becoming increasingly aware of the role of occupant behaviour in energy conservation in buildings. While the useExpand
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Towards a Geography of the Rainbow Coalition, 1983–89
The Rainbow Coalition (and rainbow politics in general) provides a suitable context in which to explore ideas about the relationship between theories of social identity and actual processes ofExpand
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