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Postmodern geographies: The reassertion of space in critical social theory
We have the funds for you this proper as with ease as easy pretension to acquire those all. We pay for postmodern geographies the reassertion of space in critical social theory 2 second editionExpand
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Geography and the human spirit
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The political geography of anti-Traveller racism in Ireland: the politics of exclusion and the geography of closure
Abstract This paper places anti-Traveller and anti-Gypsy racism within a wider discourse on progress and development. It suggests that the racial pejorativization of Travellers and Gypsies in EuropeExpand
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The paternal allele of the H19 gene is progressively silenced during early mouse development: the acetylation status of histones may be involved in the generation of variegated expression patterns.
Transcriptional silencing can reflect heritable, epigenetic inactivation of genes, either singly or in groups, during the life-time of an organism. This phenomenon is exemplified byExpand
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Reasons for Leaving
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Emigration and the peripheralization of Ireland in the global economy.
This paper critiques behavioral and geographical explanations of new wave Irish emigration. It suggests that the former traces emigration to the aspirations and social attributes of Irish youngExpand
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Sixteenth‐Century English Geographers: Earth Scientists as an ‘Organic Intelligentsia’
Charting an Empire: Geography at the English Universities, 1580–1620. By Lesley B. Cormack (Chicago: The University of Chicago Press, 1997) xvi+281 pp. $68.00/£54.50 cloth, $23.95/£19.25 paper.
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